Friday, January 27, 2012

Red: Werewolf Hunter, Assassination Games and an interview with Josh Hammond

No, the guy above isn't actor/producer/screenwriter Josh Hammond, the talented dude who is Jason and Shawn's feature interview on this, the latest episode of Film Reviews From the Basement. The guy in the picture is the Muscles From Brussels and he's been known to do a little Van Dammage.

But Josh Hammond is no stranger to the big screen either, having drawn up a laundry list of film credits in features like The Tripper, where he starred alongside Jaime King and Lukas Haas, the Randy Quaid vehicle Black Cadillac and Scorcher with John Rhys Davies and Mark Dacascos. And, of course, there's the horror sequel and Basement fave Jeepers Creepers 2.  

Josh recently wrapped production on the new mob comedy Aqua Caliente, which he also co-wrote and produced. He's dropped by The Basement to talk about it, his films, and what it's like working with Jay of Jay and Silent Bob himself -- Jason Mews. It's a fun interview and Josh is a great guy. We guarantee this is a conversation no Basement Dweller wants to miss! And Josh is excited that he gets to swear on Canadian radio!

As for Jean-Claude Van Damme? His latest action flick, Assassination Games, is one of two flicks on the chopping block tonight. The other is a modern action/horror retelling of the Little Red Riding Hood story. Felicia Day, she of the Internet series The Guild, is Red: Werewolf Hunter. We know nothing about this movie, but everyone loves a red-headed hottie. Are these movies Damme good or just damned? Stick with us!

The podcast records live in The Basement tonight and you can follow the tweets at @basementreviews. It hits the Internet airwaves on Saturday.

And don't forget to tune in to 92.5FM CFBX Kamloops, Shaw Cable 106.1 and at 3 p.m. PST today for the radio version of last week's show. It's a fun way to kill a Friday afternoon without killing anyone!

And now for a look at tonight's fine entertainment:

Red: Werewolf Hunter

Assassination Games

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