Friday, June 13, 2014

The Late Night Double Feature, Lone and the Mark Pellington interview

Return with us once again to those thrilling days of so-bad-it's-good-1950s-drive-in cinema. That's right, it's time for The Basement Boys to check out the latest from the Dean of Mihmiversity himself -- Christopher R. Mihm.

This time Basementites are treated to not one, but two modern/retro classic with The Late Night Double Feature. How groovy is the sci-fi/horror tale X: The Fiend from Beyond Space and the creeptacular The Wall People? Does Mihm's latest expand his repertoire or provide more of the same? Stick with us!

And stick around for something completely different with Lone, a collaboration between Arlington Road and The Mothman Prophecies director Mark Pellington and musician Chelsea Wolfe. Is this 57-minute flick an extended music video or experimental art film? Or both? Jason and Shawn chime in on that.

Then, Shawn sits down with Mark to talk about Lone, collaborating with Chelsea Wolfe, and his Hollywood past. It becomes clear very quickly that Mark knows a hell of a lot about film, and this conversation is one for any music and movie buff.

Wanna hear it all? Then push play on the player to the right -- NOW!

Check out our fine filmed entertainment:

The Late Night Double Feature



Lone


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