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071 – TFFP: An Interview with Special Effects Artist Hank Carlson

EP71-Interview with Hank Carlson - courtesy of Kevin Spencer - inkspatters.comIn this episode of The Forgotten Flix Podcast, we’re interviewing special effects artist, Hank Carlson! Hank  worked on three of Fangoria Films earliest movies, Mindwarp, Severed Ties, and Children of the Night.

He also spent time working with the famed KNB FX Group on such films as Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) and Army of Darkness (1992).

Join us for an entertaining peek behind the Hollywood film making curtain!

Music Video: Sky Road Fly – Coyote (w/ zombie effects by Hank Carlson):


Next week we’re… wait… WHAT?!?

No episode?

Yep, we’re taking a week off, but we’ll be back next week with special guest host Kevin Bachelder! And we’re going to be discussing that 1980s genre-hybrid, cult fave, The Adventures of Buckaroo Bonzai Across the 8th Dimension!

Featured Podcast Promo: None this week

Got a promo? Want it featured on Forgotten Flix? Well, go to our Contact Page send us a message telling us about your podcast along with a link to your promo so we can check it out.

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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

Got a promo? Want it featured on Forgotten Flix? Well, send us a message telling us about your podcast (along with a link to your promo so we can check it out) to:joel@forgottenflix.com!

  • 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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The Forgotten Flix Podcast: Ep. 006 – Kelli Maroney Vs. Teenage Comet Zombies

In this episode of The Forgotten Flix Podcast, Joel and Jason interview actress Kelli Maroney (Night of the Comet, Chopping Mall, Fast Times At Ridgemont High). We discuss Kelli’s amazing career, specifically Night of the Comet and get the answers to these questions (and more):

  • What did Kelli really think the first time she read the script for Night of the Comet?
  • Why does she think movie fans should boycott remakes?
  • Did Joel really confess a dirty little secret to Kelli? (Yep, I sure did!)
  • Ever wonder why there’s no nudity in Night of the Comet? Well, wonder no more!
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Here’s a quick breakdown of the show:

— Brief introduction with Joel and Jason.

— Interview with Kelli Maroney (approx. 45 minutes)

—  Our final thoughts on the interview.

So, check it out and let us know what you think! You can send your feedback to feedback (at) forgottenflix (dot) com or leave a voice mail message at the number located beneath the VHS tapes.

Tune in next time for our Night of the Comet Special!

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Can’t get enough of Kelli? No worries, check out any of these links to get even more Kelli Maroney goodness!

 

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Kelli Maroney’s Official Web Site

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Kelli Maroney’s Youtube Channel

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Forgotten Flix Gets Roasted

Hey everyone, Joel here…

So about a month or so back, I made a little guest appearance on the 6 Towns Radio show Sunday Roasting. This is a cool show out of Trent-On-Stoke in England. It’s hosted by Terry Bossons and Timothy Haddock, two funny dudes who know their movies. For this particular episode they thought it’d be a good idea to have yours truly on the show to talk “forgotten” flicks.

Well, talk I did. I’m pretty sure that if a cop had set up a speed trap in the phone line, my mouth would have got a ticket. I know I normally talk fast, but damn if I didn’t break all manner of verbal-speed records on that call. So, here’s my requisite excuse: I was nervous. And I talk fast when I’m nerv… ah, screw it! Whom I kidding? I talk fast because that little hamster turning the wheel inside my chrome dome has the energy output of a meth addict and that wheel he’s turning is greased up with the left over grease from a month’s worth of hamburger grillin’.

But I digress, so due to the amazing generosity of Terry and Timothy, I now present to you my discussion on Sunday Roasting about some of our favorite forgotten flix:

Joel talks forgotten flix with Sunday Roasting

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Forgotten Flix Presents… Sunday Roasting Interviews Frank Stallone

Frank Stallone

Howdy Folks! Joel here with another fantastic interview from my good friends Timothy and Terry of the 6 Towns Radio show Sunday Roasting. Go on over and check these guys out after you listen to this: (Oh, and let it be known that anyone who appreciates Hudson Hawk is okay in my book!)

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Forgotten Flix Presents… An Interview with Dick Miller!

Legendary actor Dick Miller

Well, I know I said I wouldn’t be posting again until Friday. Okay. So, I lied. But the reason for breaking my vow to only post Mondays and Fridays until the official launch of Forgotten Flix is valid. You see, I have obtained a recently recorded interview with the one and only Dick Miller!

This interview is courtesy of my friends Terry Bossons and Timothy Haydock who do a fantastic radio show out of the UK called Sunday Roasting. You can find it over at 6 Towns radio. Their show airs on Sundays 2 – 4 PM (GMT). That means all us Yanks are listening from 9 – 11 AM (EST). The show re-airs on Thursdays from 7 – 9 PM (GMT), or 2 – 4 PM on the eastern coast of the old U.S. So, please check them out. If this interview with the cinematic legend Dick Miller doesn’t convince you of their awesomeness, well… (*insert sound of blowing raspberries here).

And if you don’t know who Dick Miller is (*I said, shaking my head as a single tear ran down my cheek*), please click his name and check out the man’s credits in IMDB. With a career that spans from 1955 in Apache Woman to today where he can be seen in Joe Dante’s latest The Hole, Dick Miller is a genre stalwart deserving of our respect and admiration.

His is a career that should always be remembered!

Here’s the interview:

Dick Miller as Mr. Futterman in Gremlins (1984)

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