This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we speak with legendary actor Ron Perlman about his white dreadlocks in Bunraku, we’ll chat with The Dark Knight Rises executive producer Michael Uslanabout his incredible journey to bringing Batman to the screen, and we’ll talk with Brian Salisbury and Luke Mullen about favorite films from Fantastic Fests past to get excited for the debauchery of this week.
Movie News Pop Quiz [Beginning – 15:45]: It’s Kendrick vs Keyes in a battle of the K-names. Who will emerge victorious and who will suffer at the cruel hands of the audience’s bloodthirsty wishes? Listen to find out (and listen to find out what we think Netflix is up to with this whole Qwikster business).
The Wood Cutter [15:45 – 32:18]: Ron Perlman! The man is a legend and a hell of a great guy, and he speaks with us about playing a very bad man for Bunraku. Plus, he pitches an idea for a movie that would destroy box offices. Give him your money immediately so it can be made!
Batman Returns [32:18 – 58:05]:The head of DC Comics once warned Michael Uslan not to buy the rights to “Batman,” and it turns out that he was right. Until he was wrong. Uslan, the author of “The Boy Who Loved Batman,” fought long and hard to see his favorite character hit the big screen, and he chronicles those trials and triumphs with us here.
Fantastic Memories [58:05 – The End]: With Fantastic Fest looming, Brian and Luke join me to share 6 past Fantastic Fest films that are worth checking out (and which are available to you for your consumption!). Go on! Consume!
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