This week, on a very special Reject Radio, we talk with the filmmakers behind The Devil Inside about going guerrilla in Vatican City (and responding to negative reviews) and writer Derek Haas (3:10 To Yuma, Wanted) about jumping between screenwriting, short stories, and his “Silver Bear” novel series.
Plus, it’s Rob Hunter vs. Robert Fure in the first Movie News Pop Quiz of the season. Let the slap fight commence!
Movie News Pop Quiz: [Beginning – 19:40] It’s Hunter vs Fure in an all out brawl of movie news guessing. The challenge will take both contestants to the mat, and the victor will emerge sweaty and ready to talk about MMA movies. So, guess who that is.
Sweet Talking the Swiss Guard: [19:40 – 36:00] Writer/director Brent Bell, writer/producer Matthew Peterman and producer Morris Paulson drop by on the day of The Devil Inside‘s release to respond to the barrage of negative reviews and to explain filmmaking methods that could have seen them arrested in the Catholic holy city.
Contract Killer: [36:00 – End] “Dark Men” author Derek Haas talks stacking the deck against a main character, murdering protagonists, repeatedly killing his screenwriting professor and the deadliness of Angela Lansbury. Just, a ton of death in this conversation. But then we keep it light and fluffy with some Popcorn Fiction.
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