This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, author Stephen Rebello joins us to share the insight of “Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho,” and Gallery 1988 co-founder Jensen Karp gets crazy for cult and explains what Edward Scissorhands is doing in a painting with Jack Skellington.
Plus, our very own Fatguy Kevin Carr joins me to play Good News/Bad News and tries to envision a spy thriller directed by Edgar Wright.
Good News/Bad News [The Beginning – 18:30]: We’re taking the week off from the Movie News Pop Quiz to deliver our favorite and least favorite news items of the week. Plastic cars and China are, of course, involved.
A Quiet Little Motel [18:30 – 52:00]: Author Stephen Rebello literally wrote the book on the making of Psycho. Here, he offers some background for the production, confirms a few kinky rumors, and celebrates the legacy of a true horror masterpiece.
Crazy4Cult 52:00 – The End]: “Crazy4Cult” is the kind of book that forces you to skip a car payment in order to get a painting of Tyler Durden riding down a hill with Calvin. The book spawns from the popular art show hosted by Gallery 1988, and fellow cinephile Jensen Karp joins us to talk about art that captures movie magic.
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