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Welcome true believers to the first episode of our new podcast focusing on the MARVEL cinematic universe, its characters, and its future as we head into Phase 4. Joining me is fellow FanBolt contributor Christine Cenon. In this inaugural episode, we will be taking a look at the fallout from The Infinity War. Will the MARVEL universe be forever changed? How will the deaths of major characters shape the landscape for future, less known heroes? Is Captain Marvel up to the task to carry this juggernaut into the 2020s or will there be a little bit of brand confusion when another hero with the same name attempts to save DC films from harsh criticism?

Tarik Lewis stopped by the Syxx Sense studio to talk about his career as a stand-up comedian, writer, and actor. In my recent interview series, we’ve been looking at the topics of representation in film, and social media’s influence on the entertainment we consume.

Earlier this year Meagan Navarro (Bloody Disgusting), Zach D Roberts (ComicBook.com), and I got to visit the set of 'Hell Fest.'

During this set visit, a lot of information was on hand that could be considered a spoiler: who dies, who survives, who the killer is, what weapons our villain uses, etc. If you’re like me, then spoilers take away all the fun from a horror flick. So, we’ve tailored this set visit to be quite spoiler-free.

From the highway on this cold winter day, a particular seasonal water park appears to be alive. Lights are ablaze. Bodies are moving to and fro. Fog is building between the pine trees and the various rides. A telescoping boom lift can be seen slowly maneuvering the twisting walkways with its precious cargo of high-powered lighting rigs. Yes, there is life in this park, but not sparked by thrills seekers. The commotion is result of an ongoing film production from CBS Films!

Gregory Plotkin, the director of ‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’ and the man responsible for editing 2017’s seminal masterpiece ‘Get Out’ helms the theme-parked slasher, ‘Hell Fest.’ Set amongst the tall pine trees, Plotkin and his team have disguised a cheery waterpark into a believable Halloween-themed event, where not all the scares are manufactured by ghastly props or masked employees.

Earlier this year Meagan Navarro (Bloody Disgusting), Zach D Roberts (ComicBook.com), and I got to visit the set of 'Hell Fest.'

During this set visit, a lot of information was on hand that could be considered a spoiler: who dies, who survives, who the killer is, what weapons our villain uses, etc. If you’re like me, then spoilers take away all the fun from a horror flick. So, we’ve tailored this set visit to be quite spoiler-free.

From the highway on this cold winter day, a particular seasonal water park appears to be alive. Lights are ablaze. Bodies are moving to and fro. Fog is building between the pine trees and the various rides. A telescoping boom lift can be seen slowly maneuvering the twisting walkways with its precious cargo of high-powered lighting rigs. Yes, there is life in this park, but not sparked by thrills seekers. The commotion is result of an ongoing film production from CBS Films!

Gregory Plotkin, the director of ‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’ and the man responsible for editing 2017’s seminal masterpiece ‘Get Out’ helms the theme-parked slasher, ‘Hell Fest.’ Set amongst the tall pine trees, Plotkin and his team have disguised a cheery waterpark into a believable Halloween-themed event, where not all the scares are manufactured by ghastly props or masked employees.

Earlier this year Meagan Navarro (Bloody Disgusting), Zach D Roberts (ComicBook.com), and I got to visit the set of 'Hell Fest.'

During this set visit, a lot of information was on hand that could be considered a spoiler: who dies, who survives, who the killer is, what weapons our villain uses, etc. If you’re like me, then spoilers take away all the fun from a horror flick. So, we’ve tailored this set visit to be quite spoiler-free.

From the highway on this cold winter day, a particular seasonal water park appears to be alive. Lights are ablaze. Bodies are moving to and fro. Fog is building between the pine trees and the various rides. A telescoping boom lift can be seen slowly maneuvering the twisting walkways with its precious cargo of high-powered lighting rigs. Yes, there is life in this park, but not sparked by thrills seekers. The commotion is result of an ongoing film production from CBS Films!

Gregory Plotkin, the director of ‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’ and the man responsible for editing 2017’s seminal masterpiece ‘Get Out’ helms the theme-parked slasher, ‘Hell Fest.’ Set amongst the tall pine trees, Plotkin and his team have disguised a cheery waterpark into a believable Halloween-themed event, where not all the scares are manufactured by ghastly props or masked employees.

Actress Sadie Katz spoke with me at length about her documentary and more.

The man responsible for the amazing scores of 'The Wizard of Speed and Time' and 'Killer Klowns from Outer Space' sat down to speak with me about the Killer Klowns concert and rescoring his famous soundtrack.

Composer Fil Eisler sat down to talk about his career and the power of music in film.

Actress Katie Burgess sat down with me to discuss the amazing and highly entertaining action flick 'The Jurassic Games.'

Director Alex D'Lerma sat down to talk about his film 'Agoraphobia' which explores the lives of two people who suffer from different mental disorders.

The Cinema Snob himself, Mr. Brad Jones, sat down to talk about his newest exploitation feature 'Disco.'

There is a bubble in Hollywood that is unlike anywhere else in the world. Where privilege are plentiful and consequences are few. Where the good times are endless, as long as they’re not on your dime. Where young people lose their innocence and are molded into creatures of indifference, operating on an almost primal survival mode if their life of luxury is threatened.
This is the story of The Grand Son, the moody and beautiful Robert Logevall film about a brother and sister who find their wealth and status threatened when their aging celebrity grandmother reaches the end of her usefulness in Hollywood. The feature stars Rhys Wakefield, Fabianne Therese, and the legendary Lesley Ann Warren.
This week I had the opportunity to talk to Rhys Wakefield, who you will recognize from The Purge and “True Detective.” Rhys portrays Tod, one of the siblings who resides with his grandmother in a palatial estate in the Hollywood hills. Check it out below, and you can catch The Grand Son on VOD August 14th and on DVD November 6th.
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Synopsis:
High in the Hollywood Hills, Tod and his sister, Lani live a charmed life in mansion of their grandmother, a former movie star now hosting a home shopping show with failing ratings. She sees her grandchildren as spoiled and entitled and when Tod senses that his lifestyle is in jeopardy he hatches a diabolical plot to keep the home shopping show going and the money rolling in.

Before Gaten and Finn became the young icons they are today, they sat down with Emma Loggins, Ben Travers, and me in the set of Mike's basement for an interview about their brand new series "Stranger Things."

Charlie Heaton, just wrapping up an long night's filming of episode eight of the first season of "Stranger Things," sat down for a quick interview with Emma Loggins, Ben Travers, and me. See if you can catch the moment where his accent changes.

Caleb McLaughlin became the young icon he is today, he sat down with Emma Loggins, Ben Travers, and me sat down for an interview on the set of his brand new series "Stranger Things."

Before Millie became the superstar she is today, she sat down with Emma Loggins, Ben Travers, and me to talk about her upcoming role as a character named 'Eleven' in the brand new series "Stranger Things."

Isabel Oliver Marcus is the new face on the NBC series “This is Us.” The young redhead was able to achieve something that so few have managed even after decades of hard work, auditions, and acting classes. The relatively unknown Texan nabbed a part on the popular show and got a taste of that rarest of nectar: overnight success.

Miss Marcus sat down with FanBolt’s own legendary reality television star (me) and we discussed her break, her first day on the Paramount lot, and how she is honing her craft for the future.

I would personally describe writer/director/producer Larry Cohen as the juggernaut of cinema. The man’s prospectus spans nearly sixty years and who’s credits include some of the most memorable installments in the entertainment industry such as It’s Alive, The Stuff, Maniac Cop, and the excellent (if not short lived) Coronet Blue. With so many works under his belt, it was surprising that he had not been the subject of a documentary filmmaker by the time “Masters of Horror” featured him as a director.

To fix this erogenous mistake of galaxian proportions, writer/director Steve Mitchell undertook the tumultuous task of rounding up those involved or influenced by Cohen’s art and created one of the most entertaining docs that has ever graced my inbox. Mr. Mitchell joined me for about an hour as we spoke about Larry, the trials of documentary filmmaking, and the power one filmmaker can have on an entire generation of film fanatics.

The Childlike Empress with the angelic face which was forever imprinted on the minds of every kid of the ‘80s graced FanBolt with a few minutes of her time today. Tami Stronach, the actress behind the sovereign has been up to quite a bit since the Auryn called Bastian to the fantastical lands found in the ‘NeverEnding Story.’ From leading a dance trope, to creating family entertainment, Tami is a whirlwind of creative energy, and she has aimed her focus on returning to the entertainment industry.

Actor, voice-over artist, and Channel Awesome staple Malcolm Ray dedicated some of his time this week to talk about working in the industry and the impact 'new media' has on it. During our hour long discussion about the entertainment industry, we pick apart the risks and rewards associated with the craft. What struggles does one have to overcome during the quest to make it in Hollywood? Does race put up roadblocks? What sort of work ethic should one possess to succeed?

Dan Ibbertson (also known as DJ Slope) has made quite the name for himself in the retro game circles. The man with the golden voice and curly locks uses his talents as a historian to seek out the well-known and obscure entries in the video game world, slaps them together with a dash of Vegas magic, and releases the outcome into the wilds of YouTube where we devour them and beg for more. His talents for the medium even garnered him a trip to SEGA’s UK headquarters to take part in an upcoming Mega Drive (Genesis) project.

I sat down with Dan via Skype to talk to him about how he got started in the content creator business and what we can expect from his channel in the future.

This week we got to sit down with actor Casper Van Dien. In this interview we discuss the upcoming horror film ‘Darkness Reigns,’ a film that looks at just how far someone is willing to go to achieve fame. Is there something you’d be willing to sacrifice for a few minutes of fame? Would you sell your soul?

Christopher Lawrence Chapman, a Tampa based filmmaker, stopped by the Syxx Sense studio for an exclusive interview for FanBolt. Chapman’s many hats include being a lawyer, photographer, director, producer, and writer. A few of those titles were employed during the creation and execution of his latest cinematic entry, the psychological thriller Inoperable starring horror legend Danielle Harris.

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