060 – TFFP: Not Bad For A Couple of Humans… Lance Henriksen Talks to Forgotten Flix

In this episode of The Forgotten Flix Podcast, we’re interviewing legendary actor Lance Henriksen (Terminator, Aliens, Millenium)! Lance shares many incredible stories about his acting experiences and what drives him.

In this interview you’ll learn

  • about his new movie Bring Me the Head of Lance Henriksen also starring Tim Thomerson and Adrienne Barbeau
  • how Lance feels about pretentious B.S.
  • why Lance loves pottery and considers it an obsession
  • why he refers to himself as a “primitive”
  • what ingredients were used to make Bishop’s white “blood” at the end of Aliens
  • why he wanted to write his autobiography
  • and so much more!

A Little Background Info About Lance Henriksen:

Go HERE for Lance’s Wikipedia page

and

Go HERE for Not Bad For A Human, the site of his autobiography, which was released in 2011.

Join us next week when our feature presentation is Near Dark (1987) starring Lance Henriksen, Bill Paxton, Jenette Goldstein, Adrian Pasdar, and Tim Thomerson!

Featured promo: None this week

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  • The fantastic show-notes art provided by artist Kevin Spencer. Check out his other groovy artwork at inkspatters.com, and like his Facebook page, The Art of Kevin Spencer.
  • The hilarious spoiler alert featured in this episode provided by Jay V. Please check out his hilarious podcast at JayVMail.com!
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About Joel Robertson

I'm the father of three boys and married to my high school sweetheart. I'm a former public school teacher (and still recovering from PTSD), reformed filmmaker, podcaster, writer, and fan of all things movie related.

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