Dead Air Movie Interview

Episode 30 November 25, 2017 00:49:48
Dead Air Movie Interview
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Dead Air Movie Interview
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Recorded at Reading Comic Con on Saturday 25th November 2017, I am privileged to have been able to speak to the writer and the director of the brand new British horror/comedy movie, Dead Air; a film about an all-girl punk rock band stuck on a plan with a creature that is a mix between a Gremlin and a Critter. I was also very lucky to have been able to read the script and review it prior to this interview. Check out my wordpress for this review (details on sicoal media). We discuss all aspects of the film, the crowdfunding and the casting, as well as plenty of other tid-bits, including some little known facts and what the future COULD hold for a feature length version of the film. We are then joined by David Schaal, who stars as the pilot in Dead Air, as we talk about his role, how he came to join the project as well as some interesting facts. A fantastic insight into a brilliant film. A must listen for anyone who is interested in Indie films and loves the classic 80's and 90's horror comedy films. This is most definitely the film and podcast episode for you!

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