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The Jennifer N. Linch interview, Knives Out, Queen & Slim and The Irishman

Did you miss the show last night? Or do you want to listen again? How about that interview with Jennifer N. Linch? Dig it? Well, we've got even more for you on this, the podcast version of last night's broadcast on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops!

That's right; we unleashed about seven minutes of Jay's conversation with director/producer/martial artist/model Jennifer N. Linch last night, but there's about seven more minutes of that interview for you right here, right now!

Jennifer talks about her upcoming feature Kung Fu Ghost, her thoughts on women directing action movies, her insistence that actors do their own stunts, and more. It's a great chat, and one that should please fans be they into martial arts or not.

Plus there's Jason and Shawn talking the latest Rambo movie and the politics of It: Chapter 2, the weekend rundown of all things entertainment, and a whole not more. How much more? I don't know... Just listen!

And you can do that by pushing play on the player below.

From The Basement is off for two weeks due to the Kamloops Blazers hitting the road. We're back with all new episodes Dec. 20 at 6:05 p.m. PST, only on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops.

Stick with us!


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