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Matthew Sconce, Altar and Top 5 Martial Arts Fights

So it begins, the seventh season of We Came from the Basement, and the first on 92.5 FM CFBX Kamloops in almost three years.

And tonight's episode is a good one, especially if you dig horror movies and enjoy insight into the filmmaking process.

Writer/director Matthew Sconce (Stricken) joins Jason, Shawn and Amy for the full hour, and talks his upcoming found-footage horror flick Altar. We hear stories from the set, what it takes to make a found-footage movie, and the perils of working in the wild. It's an informative, and often funny chat, and one Basementites will enjoy.

Matthew sticks around for a wild and wicked conversation about movie martial arts fights. In the best Basement tradition, the crew discuss their Top 5 favourite fists of fury throw downs. Matthew has multiple black belts and teaches his own style of martial art, which practitioners Jason and Shawn approve of. Believe us when we say to you this is the BEST Top 5 to come down the pike in some time!

Add some music by The Mountain Men, Isobel Trigger and Manu Forti, and it's a fun hour of film-related madness. And you can hear it starting at 11 p.m. PST at 92.5 on your FM dial, or vial the CFBX official website. Follow Mike S's commentary on Twitter @camethebasement.

Stick with us!

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