Today's episodes the Jerks meet up with director/writer Michael Peterson to chat about his latest film "Knuckleball". (@kBallMovie)https://www.facebook.com/KBallMovie/. The episode was recorded at the High Level Diner and we may have received a little more ambience than we anticipated, but that doesn't deteriorate from the great conversation. We still had to share this episode.
In this week's episode, the Movie Jerks are joined by Randy Brososky to talk about the upcoming premiere of his feature film "Necessary Evil" http://www.necessaryevilseries.com/ at the Edmonton International Film Festival on Friday Sept 28th. Tickets can be still purchased atwww.edmontonfilmfest.com . We take a look at movies with monsters that have mythologies and this time the gamble may be in JP and Shawn's advantage.
In today's episode Jean Paul Fournier and Shawn Gramiak get their annual visit from Kyle Chuka, as he brings us a breakdown of 2018 Edmonton Film Festival's line up The festival runs from Sept 27th to Oct 6th (www.edmontonfilmfest.com). We look into the late Burt Reynold's icon role in Boogie Nights, as we prepare for his last film "The Last Movie Star" one of many highlights this year at EIFF.
In today's episode we welcome in comedian/game designer Leif Oleson-Cormack. We end up watching a surreal horror that might have attempted to be too surreal and/yet gimmicky for our liking.
Kathleen McGee is back, this time with two adorable, spirited, fighting dogs, Eugene and Dottie. Between the tiny and cute battles to the death, we ended up watching a Mockumentary. And here's that episode.
We had the privilege of sitting with storyteller Martin Dockery (www.martindockery.com) playwrite/performer for such works as "INESCAPABLE" and "Delirium" and discuss one what may be considered the complex time travel film ever created. Do we get any further in understanding this puzzle of a film?
We bring back our favorite positive guest, Christian Zyp to tackle the topic of Talking Animal films. The episode was recorded back in June and kept for a rainy day. No matter when it gets released, it's still a bunch of fun.
In this episode, we invite Marcus Ryan to join us right before he starts up his Edmonton Fringe Show, "Marcus Ryan - ¿Hablas Inglés?". He wanted to see a bad action film, turns out that's precisely what we gave him... but not the way he was had hoped.
On this week's episode we get the pleasure of welcoming in Dana Andersen to the podcast. He brought to us, John Frankenheimer's "The Train", 1964's suspense/action classic starring Burt Lancaster. We get a great film to watch and wouldn't you know it... Gramiak is off doing something else. Luckily Dallas Friesen was able to take a bullet and... watch a great film.