Friday, October 14, 2011

Season Two, Episode 2: Bereavement, Stake Land and the Ryan Shovey interview

One goal Jason and Shawn have in The Basement is to help aspiring filmmakers get the recognition they deserve. Breaking into the business is tough, and sometimes all it takes is one article or interview to provide that little push toward success.

The Basement Dwellers got their push from John Fallon over at Arrow in the Head. And they hope tonight's chat with award-winning writer/director Ryan Shovey will help the New Orleans-based filmmaker get his first feature project off the ground!

Shovey's film is called Hunter, and in the tradition of Wes Craven and John Carpenter, he's going the horror route. We could tell you more about the talented Mr. Shovey, like he directed a groovy adaptation of The Tell-Tale Heart and created a web series called Zeik's Bad Day, but we want you to tune in tonight!

And, being a movie review show, it only makes sense for the boys to review some movies. First up is the horror prequel Bereavement, which sets the stage for writer/director Stevan Mena's hit slasher movie Malevolence. It also stars hottie Alexandra Daddario and her glorious boobs. Need we say more?

Then it's time to turn the executioner's axe on the apocalyptic vampire tale Stake Land, starring Danielle Harris and some guy that kinda looks like Mickey Rourke. Is this movie more Near Dark than Twilight, or should it just be run through the heart? Stick with us!

To learn more you need to tune in tonight at 10 p.m. PST on 92.5FM CFBX Kamloops, Shaw Cable 106.1 or You know you wanna, so what's stopping you?

Some previews of our feature presentations:


Stake Land

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