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Podcasts by Gino Sassani on April 21st, 2010
Deadly Impact is a rather sweet new drama just released by MGM on April 20th. They’ll be a full review next week or so. We talked to director Robert Kurtzman. Next we had a very special treat when we talked to Sean Patrick Flanery about Deadly Impact. Of course, we also touched upon Young Indiana Jones and Boondock Saints.
To listen to my interview with Sean Patrick Flanery, Bang it here: Sean Patrick Flanery Interview
Podcasts by Gino Sassani on April 21st, 2010
Howdy there friends.
I had a pretty sweet treat on Friday afternoon.
I got to spend 15 minutes on the phone with Tommy Chong of Cheech and Chong.
You may or may not be aware that the boys have been back together. They’ve just released a new film, with more on the way.
You’ll get to see the review for the new film on Monday. It streets April 20th.
Listen to my interview with Tommy Chong Tommy Chong Interview
Podcasts by Gino Sassani on April 20th, 2010
Deadly Impact is a rather sweet new drama just released by MGM on April 20th. They’ll be a full review next week or so. In the meantime, I had the chance to talk to a couple of folks involved in the film. The first was Robert Kurtzman, who directed the movie.
You may know Kurtzman for his extensive special effects work over the years. He’s worked with Freddy and Jason. His own film, Rage became somewhat of a surprise hit recently.
To listen to my interview with Robert Kurtzman, Bang it here: Robert Kurtzman Interview
Podcasts by Gino Sassani on February 3rd, 2010
Hey Gang. I had the honor of talking with the extraordinary Cult director Jack Hill.
You’ll be happy to know he’s doing well and working on a new script among other things. You can listen to the entire interview right here.
Bang it here to listen to our Jack Hill interview: Jack Hill Interview
I want to thank him for taking time out of a very busy schedule to chat with us.
You can check him out at his web site: Jack Hill Web Site
Podcasts by Gino Sassani on January 31st, 2010
This week I had a chance to talk to a couple of folks connected with the new Planet Hulk Blu-ray and DVD release.
Rick D. Wasserman provided the voice of the “Mean Green” himself in the animated feature.
Greg Johnson wrote the screenplay.
We’ve provided Podcasts of those chats for you right here. So, Bang it on the Podcast that you want to hear and enjoy the interviews.
Rick D. Wasserman and Greg Johnson
I want to thank Lionsgate and Marvel for allowing them to sit and chat with us. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. We have more interviews coming from Marvel. So, if you’re a comics or animation fan, keep checking back. It will be worth your time.
Podcasts by Gino Sassani on December 8th, 2009
Last night Director David Worth spent a few minutes with me on the phone. Worth directed one of the recent Mystery Science Theater 3000 films, Warrior Of The Lost World. He worked with Clint Eastwood on Any Which Way You Can and Bronco Billy. He’s teaching now and working on a second book. His current book is avail right now and we’ve provided a link. He seems like an all around great guy. Check it out.
Bank it here to hear our interview with David Worth: David Worth Podcast
To buy David’s book bang it here: David’s Book
Podcasts by Gino Sassani on November 12th, 2009
Last Friday I had the opportunity to talk to first time director, John Hindman. His film, The Answer Man arrives on DVD and Blu-ray this month. We’ll be offering a review of the High Definition release soon. Until then check out what he has to say about the film.
To listen to this exclusive interview, Bang It Here For The John Hindman Interview
Podcasts by Gino Sassani on October 30th, 2009
Years ago I was fishing at an isolated hidden mountain lake with my friend, local DJ Willie Nelson. It was midnight just as my birthday was to begin on June 21st (Summer Solstice). We both witnessed something that neither of us were ever able to explain. What can only be described as a UFO, was what we saw. Bright lights moving silently close to the ground and over us. I wrote this song about the experience years later and included it on my Invented Memories album. Enjoy this real-life horror tale:
Bang it here to listen to Is Everything Alright (Faster Than The Speed Of Light) Song
This one’s for you Willie, if you’re out there.
Podcasts by Gino Sassani on October 26th, 2009
In the year 2000 the horror community awarded me song of the year for a song I wrote about my love of monster films. When I played the song for Sarah Karloff she nearly busted my guitar because she was hugging me so tight. With the help of my wife Ellen Sassani on cello and Daniel Swartwood on keyboards we recorded the song as a tribute to Boris Karloff. Enjoy this completely original song. It’s available as a bonus track on the In Cold Blood CD. Check out the ad to the right to get one.
Bang it here for Man Created A Man by G.E.Sassani: Play
If you’re a classic horror film fan, you should enjoy this.
Let me know what you think.
Podcasts by Gino Sassani on June 19th, 2009
What a day we had here at Upcomingdiscs!
I had a chance to chat with Hercules himself, Kevin Sorbo this afternoon. He took time out of his busy schedule to talk to us about his television career and his new direct to DVD film, Tommy And The Cool Mule. Look for our review next week. Learn what Captain Dylan Hunt has been up to since his days recreating The Commonwealth.
Bang it here to listen to our exclusive interview with Kevin Sorbo
Check out Kevin’s children charity at: World Fit For Kids.
Podcasts, Random Fun by Gino Sassani on June 5th, 2009
I had the chance to chat with Chris Lemmon on the phone today.
While Chris has done a little acting over the years we all knew his Dad, Jack Lemmon.
Sony is about to release a new collection of Jack Lemmon’s films and so Chris agreed to chat a little bit about that and more.
Bang it here to listen to the Chris Lemmon interview
Podcasts, Random Fun, Uncategorized by Gino Sassani on May 15th, 2009
I had the chance to chat with Kane Hodder on the phone today.
He agreed to talk with me for Upcomingdiscs.
We all know Kane for his time behind the famous hockey mask of Jason Vorhees in some of the later Friday The 13th films. He was the first actor to repeat as the slasher icon. He was Ed Gein, The Butcher Of Plainfield, and most recently killer Dennis Rader in BTK. As a stunt coordinator and performer, he’s been involved with many huge projects, including: Se7en, Enemy Of The State, The Patriot, and Spawn.
We expect to be able to bring you a review of BTK shortly.
For now, check out this Upcomingdiscs exclusive interview of Kane Hodder.
Bang it here to go Behind The Mask With Kane Hodder