With Spooky Season coming to an end, Kevin Bergeron, co-founder of Waxwork Records, joined Gemma and Slim to talk about his four favorite films—Black Christmas; Hausu; Tetsuo: The Iron Man and The Exorcist—and everything that goes into a Waxwork Records horror soundtrack reissue (plenty of TLC, folks!) and other fun topics you'd expect from our podcasts.
[PODCAST] Waxwork Records’ Kevin Bergeron Talks About His Four Favorites, Re-Issuing Horror Soundtracks, and 1970s Technology
Of all the genres, horror must be the most eclectic, with enough sub-genres to satisfy anyone who isn’t a scaredy-cat, and even then, they can probably watch SHAUN OF THE DEAD and sleep fine at night. But whether we’re talking aliens, slashers, or even Satan himself, what makes a film work will always be the humans at the center.
[PODCAST] Ana Lily Amirpour Talks About Her Four Favorites, ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night’, Keanu Reeves, and Mary Harron’s ‘America Psycho’
Filmmaker Ana Lily Amirpour joined The Letterboxd Show to chat about her four favorite films—American Psycho; Death Becomes Her; Gremlins; The NeverEnding Story—and her new film, Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon. There’s also a sprinkle of Keanu Reeves, a story about the A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night poster, and what she believes to be the saddest scene in all of cinema history mixed in there, among other things you should hear about.