Today sees the release of the film Bleed with Me on VOD in Canada and Shudder in the United States. Here is my interview with the film’s director Amelia Moses, recorded last fall during the Blood in the Snow Film Festival.
WARNING: This interview will include some SPOILERS for Bleed with Me and it’s advised you watch the film beforehand.
Today sees the release of the northern gothic thriller The Oak Room by Black Fawn Distribution, which makes it an opportune time to release the interview I conducted with director/producer Cody Calahan and producer Chad Archibald after the film played as part of the 2020 Fantasia Film Festival. Apologies in advance for the audio quality, since there was the occasional echo in the Zoom feed.
In this episode, I speak to Anthony Scott Burns, writer/director of the sci-fi/horror film Come True, which comes out today in Canada through Raven Banner and in the United States through IFC Midnight. In our discussion, I and Burns talk about the film, its themes involving dreams, and in what is probably the most common ground between us, having Asperger’s.
It’s our first episode since the world has been hit with the COVID-19 pandemic, so I hope you are all safe at home.
This episode contains the audio from I live stream I hosted as the post-show for a Watch Party of The Changeling I did as part of National Canadian Film Day. The audio is presented with minimal editing and I hope you enjoy.