Saturday, October 1, 2011

Six nights and counting . . .

On Friday Oct. 7, at 10 p.m., The Basement reopens.

Not that we've actually been closed. Five summer special and almost-daily blog updates have kept Shawn and I pretty F-ing busy during the five months since Season One on The X came to an end. But a weekly show takes a lot of work, so the break has been nice. Time to focus on family, work, house renos, and other hobbies.

But The Basement beckons, as do the movies we love to review. And we've got an awesome line up of films and interviews for your ear hole to enjoy on 22 glorious Friday nights of live radio!

You wanna hear our thoughts on the slasher prequel Bereavement? Well, you're gonna! How about Kevin Smith's stab at horror with Red State? We're checking that shit out too. Did you know that Jason Statham and Mickey Rourke reunited for a Russian roulette thriller called 13? We're gonna watch it and share our thoughts.

Plus we're got interviews with Scream Queen Brooke Lewis (just in time for Halloween) up-and-coming filmmaker Ryan Shovey, John C. Alsedek of Blue Hours Productions, a late-season chat with Craig Scott Lamb about his upcoming release The Wrath of Frankenstein and a one-on-one with modern day 1950s B-movie mogul Christopher R. Mihm.

And don't forget the George Lucas Death Clock. We haven't, so you shouldn't. You'll learn more about that in November.

Kamloops listeners need to be at 92.5FM CFBX, Shaw Cable 106.1 or online at Fridays at 10 p.m. PST. Our global listeners can tune in via at the same Bat time. Fans of our podcast needn't worry -- episodes will always be online by Sunday night.

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