Heads up, Basement Dwellers! You heard a portion of it on this morning's spot on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show, but now it's time to hear the full 20-minute interview with writer/director Eric Red!
That's right, the man behind such genre classics as The Hitcher, Near Dark, Blue Steel, Cohen and Tate, Body Parts and 100 Feet sat down with Jay to talk his career, and the upcoming Bigfoot epic No Man's Ridge! You're not getting some three-minute taste here, this is the whole thing in all its glory, and it's an interview for the ages!
What else do Jason and Shawn get up to this episode? They review the new Puppet Master movie, talk the Stuber and The Dead Don't Die trailers, and try to curb the already building fan hatred for Star Wars Episode IX. A tough task, we tells yah!
There's also the segment From The Basement that appeared on Radio NL this morning, featuring the dulcet sounds of Howie Reimer, and a rundown of what to watch this weekend. And you can hear it all by pushing play on the player below.
Stick with us!
The name has changed, but everything else remains the same! Isn't it nice that, in this crazy world we live in, there's one thing you can still rely on?
For example, Jason and Shawn bring you not only a new review From The Basement, but an interview as well. What's the review? The new sci-fi movie Division 19, which hits theatres and digital today. And the interview? With Division 19 writer/director Suzie Halewood.
Suzie is an industry veteran, and her new movie has some big ideas in it. She also has a lot to say about our social-media obsessed society. You can hear her talk all about it, and her career, on this extended cut podcast!
What do Jason and Shawn think about Division 19? Stick with us!
The Basement Boys also sound off on the new Joker trailer and the upcoming evil "Superman" movie Brightburn. Plus there's this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show, and a new review by Mike S. And it's all free! Free I tells yah!
So push play on the player below, and enjoy... bitches!
The Basement Boys are back in town, and they're ready to pleasure your ear holes with a Triple Threat of reviews, and all the entertainment news you need to plan your viewing for the week ahead.
That's right, we worked one of the flicks on the chopping block this episode into the last sentence. Pretty cool, yes?
Jason and Shawn trade off on reviews of the martial arts actioner Triple Threat -- starring the awesomeness that is Tony Jaa, Tiger Chen, Iko Uwais, Michael Jai White and Scott Adkins -- and The Dirt, Netflix's Motley Crue biopic. What do the boys think? Stick wth us!
The Dynamic Duo also take on the horror short The Pale Faced Lady from filmmaker Jeff Payne. How does this 10-minute nightmare stack up against feature-length ghost stories? Tune in to find out.
You also get this morning's Basement segment on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show featuring Howie Reimer. Jason, Shawn and Howie discuss the latest releases on the big and small screen, plus throw down on Jordan Peele's Us.
You can hear it all right now, by pushing play on the player below.
Only one big release in theatres, but still lots of all things entertainment to talk about. Not to mention an exclusive movie to review. That's what Jason and Shawn are up to during the next half hour.
You get this morning's Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show segment featuring guest host Shane Woodford, and two more movie reviews for your ear holes. Not to mention a little (local) entertainment news as well. All for free, bitches!
What's the exclusive review? Director Eric Pham made a movie called Flay starring the lovely Elle LaMont that was blocked from release by Sony because the flick's villain looks a lot like Slender Man, which Sony owns the rights to. Well, that legal battle is over, and Jason and Shawn got a look at the finished film. Is it Good, Bad, or Ugly? Stick with us!
Then the Dynamic Duo take on Ben Affleck's expanding girth and his latest action movie Triple Frontier. Well, more like "action movie" actually. Is it worth your streaming time on this Friday eve? You'll have to listen...
And Shawn teases an upcoming metal show in the boys' home town of Kamloops in an effort to promote the local music scene. You like metal? We like metal here in The Basement.
You can hear it all right here, right now, by pushing play!
The Basement Boys return with another extended cut podcast full of the latest entertainment news, reviews and attitude one has come to expect from Jason and Shawn!
You get this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show with Howie Reimer. That's where Jason and Shawn run down the weekend's big movie releases; releases like Captive State with John Goodman, Five Feet Away, and the animated Wonder Park.
But there's more... so much more! Jason reviews Sweet Pain, the latest release from John Fallon's Bruise Productions, Shawn watches (kinda) the new Netflix actioner Triple Frontier, and Mike S takes on the found-footage movie Quarantine starring Jennifer Carpenter.
Anything else? There's a frank discussion about a blue Will Smith in Aladdin, thoughts on all the Disney live-action adaptations coming our way, and Shawn falls down the rabbit hole that is YouTube. And some other stuff I'm having a hard time remembering at the moment.
You can hear it all right here, right now, by pushing play. Stick with us!
This weekend, moviegoers will say good bye to an honoured "friend," one who has entertained them through at least 10 feature films. We're sure there will be tears, and a few moments of sadness in cinemas the next few days.
Except for Jason and Shawn, who haven't seen even one of Tyler Perry's Madea movies. It's nothing personal; it's just not their thing.
But they are here to update you on what to watch in theatres and at home this weekend during the Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show segment. That's just the beginning, though, as The Basement Boys have a whole bunch of other stuff up their collective sleeves.
For instance, there's an update on that Brie Larson Thang, and a Basement PSA on the MoMo "Challenge" that's targeting young YouTube watchers and gamers. Plus a few other bits of entertainment news that'll dazzle your digital footprint.
You know what to do, Constant Listener: push play on the player below, enjoy, and stick with us!
The extended cut podcast returns, bringing you a look at what to watch at home and in theatres, as well as the latest entertainment news, a review, and a slightly political -- yet still movie-related -- rant.
But don't worry, Jason and Shawn are still entertaining and shit!
In addition to this week's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show -- wherein Jason, Shawn and Howie run down the weekend's big releases How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden Kingdom and Fighting with My Family -- you also get Jason and Shawn's review of the new Bigfoot-themed horror flick Big Legend. Is it a movie as awesome as its main villain? Stick with us!
And stick around as The Basement Boys chime in on the latest entertainment news, including the final nail being driven into Marvel's Netflix coffin, and the announcement of The Haunting of Hill House season 2. Also, Jason opens fire on the campaign to sabotage Captain Marvel and star Brie Larson by white, insecure males.
Plus we've got the latest review from our resident twit, Mike S.
You can hear it all right here, right now, by pushing play on the player below.
We Came from the Basement returns with an exclusive one-on-one interview with rising action star Marc Natoli!
That's it. Thanks for tuning in...
Jason sat down with Marc and talked about his role in the upcoming action/horror flick No Man's Ridge from writer/director Eric Red. They also discuss how Marc's lifetime of training in the martial arts led him to acting, what movies inspired him to pursue this career, and what it's like being on the cusp of a career in film. It's a great 14-minute conversation every movie fan needs to hear.
Jason and Shawn also talk Netflix's newest action epic Polar, Tommy Wiseau's return to filmmaking, and the demise of World War Z 2. Oh, and Mike S leaves his Twitter keyboard behind and returns to The Basement with a review of Mamma.
Toss in this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show and you've got yourself a podcast to pleasure your ear holes. Push play, and stick with us!
Hot off the press, straight from their segment on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show, it's Jason and Shawn's one-on-one interview with writer/director Darren Lynn Bousman!
Sure, you heard about four minutes of it on the morning news, but here's all 14 minutes for your listening pleasure.
Darren talks his latest film, St. Agatha, his writing/directing career, and how horror influenced his life. Plus he reveals which of his films is a personal favourite. Trust us, this is an interview you don't want to miss!
St. Agatha hits theatres and Video On Demand next Friday, Feb. 8.
In addition to the morning-show segment with Howie Reimer, Jason and Shawn talk the new Netflix series Car Masters: Rust to Riches, featuring the beautiful Constance Nunes, and the politics of The Punisher. Actually, they rant on another critic's complaints about the politics of The Punisher.
The Basement Boys also touch on two -- count 'em two -- movies from 1995: Fat Steven Seagal's Under Siege 2: Dark Territory, and the Peter Weller sci-fi flick Screamers. So you know what you gotta do? Push play, enjoy, and stick with us!
The Basement Boys are back with another extended cut podcast sure to pleasure your ear holes as they interview actor and scream queen Jamie Bernadette!
Sure, you might have heard three minutes of the conversation earlier today on Jason and Shawn's Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show segment, but you get to hear the whole thing right here, right now.
Jamie talks about juggling the hats of star, writer and producer on her latest project, the slasher movie The 6th Friend, which Jason and Shawn reviewed a few weeks back. She also touches on what it takes to get a feature film off the ground, how she got into show business, and a whole lot more. Suffice to say, this is a great 14 minutes of talk about, and insight into, the film industry. So stick with us!
And stick around for a riff on the whole Endings Explained trend in movie media, a review of a one-minute short film that's sure to tickle your funny bone, and some pontificating on how The Avengers: Endgame will play out.
Plus, Jason talks about his involvement in Eric Red's upcoming Bigfoot flick No Man's Ridge, and asks people to lend their support to the film.
Yes, there's the entire Morning Show segment as well.
A packed cast for sure, and you can hear it by pushing play on the player below.