Runaway Train, The Dark Knight, The Expendables, Best of the Best, Sharktopus, Camp Dread. From heavy drama to spirited B-movie, Eric Roberts has done it all, and that's what makes him so awesome.
Suffice to say, the latest episode From The Basement is all the more awesome because Jason sat down with Eric for a 16-minute discussion about his films past, present and future -- touching on his latest, Camp Dread, and his villainous turn in the first Expendables movie.
Not only is Eric an acting legend, but he's a super nice guy who loves making movies. His enthusiasm shines through in this interview, and fans are really going to dig it.
There are also movies in need of watching this episode, and the first is one every male in the audience should see given the eye candy on display.
All Cheerleaders Die is the latest from May and The Woman director Lucky McKee who, along with Chris Siverston, crafts a quirky spin on the high-school revenge yarn. OK, there's witches involved. Happy? But there's also Caitlin Stasey, Brooke Butler and many other hot cheerleaders, who make the proceedings more appealing. Is the movie any good? Stick with us!
And you won't want to miss The Basement Boys' thoughts on Mr Jones, which has nothing to do with the Counting Crows song or that Richard Gere movie. Nope, this is about a young couple that moves into the woods and find their nightmares and realities colliding. I hate it when that happens.
Where can you hear all this cool? Tune into From Dusk Till Con Radio at 6 p.m. pacific, 9 p.m. eastern. If you can't, the podcast lands right here in The Basement soon after.
A peek at tonight's film de cinema:
All Cheerleaders Die