Blush – Episode 131
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by Lords of Misrule Productions
1y ago
This week we dive into Blush. There are some differing opinions on the film’s theme, but the long and short of it is that this is unfortunately an ambitious effort that did not cross the finish line. Lessons gleaned from this movie are more what not to do than what to do. The most important lesson is no movie should have more than half a dozen storylines in it. Great actors with an unfortunate script and buck wild editing. Blush can be found on Tubi ..read more
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This Party’s Just Beginning – Episode 130
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by Lords of Misrule Productions
1y ago
Not only is This Party’s Just Beginning, written and directed by Karen Gillan, is a must see on all levels. The main character copes with the suicide of her best friend, and never before has the reality and raw truth of such situations been put to screen. Masterfully written and directed, with top-level performances all throughout, this movie has not just lessons for filmmakers but also for human beings in general. We get into a raw conversation about the film’s topic, and hopefully when you watch this movie you will have many conversations about it with those close to you. We have included so ..read more
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Chat with Hilton Ariel Ruiz – Episode 126
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by Lords of Misrule Productions
1y ago
For the third time friend Hilton Ariel Ruiz is on the show. We talk about the ramping up of production for Zombie With A Shotgun 2. We chat about indie filmmaking post-COVID, how it has affected all levels from actors to writers to directors. Every level of production has been touched. Hilton is a busy man who won’t let anything slow him down. We talk about keeping up your drive, how we miss movies from the “old days,” and share a bond over Frankenhooker. A lot of things in here to gain inspiration on your journey, as well as just a fun chat with a fantastic man. Be sure to check out Klans Rul ..read more
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Interview with David Axe and Cast-Crew of Bae Wolf Part 1 – Episode 121
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by Lords of Misrule Productions
2y ago
We talk with the cast and crew of Bae Wolf. Amazing talents of David Axe, Stephan Jensen, Brenden Thompson, Morgan Shaley Renew, and Cleve Langdale. Part one of a two-parter, this bit covers some of the woes of indie filmmaking. Actors having to drop out, last-minute replacements, location headaches, but most importantly professionalism and the art of getting it all done. Have a seat and give a listen to these amazing talents. Bae Wolf can be found on Tubi ..read more
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I’m Not Here – Episode 117
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by Lords of Misrule Productions
2y ago
We dissect a deep, majestically artistic and emotional film, I’m Not Here. Starring JK Simmons, and directed by Michelle Schumacher, this is a blazing fire of lessons for everyone. We consider this to be JK Simmon’s best performance ever. If you ever wondered how to convey emotion and story without a single line of dialogue for a character, this is a must see. Beautiful, thought provoking, simply amazing. Michelle Schumacher created something that is just simply astounding. We have a lot to talk about on this one. I’m Not Here can be found on Tubi ..read more
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Psycho Goreman – Episode 116
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by Lords of Misrule Productions
2y ago
After sitting on the list for a while we finally break into Psycho Goreman. This film is full of lessons, not the least of which is if you are going to have fun with your story, go all in. The Ultimate Evil of the Universe is comically under foot of a small girl who controls him with a magic gem. A masterpiece of humor and gore, Psycho Goreman delivers on many fronts. This is the second film we’ve covered by Steven Kostanski, the first being Manborg, of which we had some split opinions. Psycho Goreman can be found on Shudder ..read more
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Alice Guy-Blache Retrospective – Episode 115
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by Lords of Misrule Productions
2y ago
We end the year by focusing on a woman who we embarrassingly never heard of; Alice Guy-Blaché. This woman was the first female filmmaker. The first filmmaker to create narrative stories, not just stock footage. She was a pioneer. She was inventive. She is the mother of filmmaking as we know it. And, with all of that and so much more, she was deliberately written out of history. Please join us and close out 2021 learning about this celestial light of filmmaking, and being all the better for learning her name. You can find some of Alice’s films on YouTube ..read more
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Slay Belles – Episode 114
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by Lords of Misrule Productions
2y ago
It’s that time of year for a Santa slasher! Dive into the holiday with us as we dissect Slay Belles. This Santa slasher doubles as a bonus Krampus film as well. A fun gore-ride into Christmas we talk about the top-notch practical effects, Barry Bostwick as Santa, economy of backstory, and why movies like this are just so much fun. Slay Belles can be found on Tubi ..read more
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Interview with David Keith and Paul Flannery – Episode 113
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by Lords of Misrule Productions
2y ago
For the third time we have David Ryan Keith on the show, this time joined by the fantastic actor Paul Flannery, who played Johnathan Blazer in Ghosts of Darkness. We talk about the making of Ghosts of Darkness, Johnathan Blazer, and the upcoming sequel to this wonderful film. Join in for behind the scenes chat, some fanboying of David’s talent, and learn more about Paul, who is a wonderfully fun and talented actor. Ghosts of Darkness, as well as David’s other films Redwood Massacre, Redwood Massacre: Annihilation, and Attack of the Herbals can be found on YouTube on the Clear Focus Movies chan ..read more
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Ghosts of Darkness – Episode 112
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by Lords of Misrule Productions
2y ago
From David Ryan Keith we have another excellent movie. Ghosts of Darkness is a wonderful horror movie that calls back to the classic horror films. A solid plot, character development without hours of exposition, and terrific actors Paul Flannery and Michael Koltes, makes for a fun and worthwhile horror film. A lot of great lessons in here. Once again David Ryan Keith brings his talent for framing, pacing, and just pure technical bliss to a ghost story horror movie that beats pretty much everything out there. Ghosts of Darkness can be found on YouTube on the Clear Focus Movies channel! https ..read more
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