Matt and Justin sit down here on Simplistic Takes and discuss season 2 (up to episode 7) of the best show on right now, The Boys!
On this Simplistic Sit-Down, Matt chats with the fantastic Debbie Rochon, a women of so many talents it would be a travesty to mention this all in this summary.
Maybe you should just listen to the show and see what we mean.
For more info on Debbie, please visit Debbie’s homepage, right HERE
On this October episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast, Justin talks about his brush with brush fires near his California home. The boys discuss frightening possibilities in a segment we call Scary Thoughts. Matt compares Justin to Robert Kraft inexplicably, and DJ dresses up in order to see if Matt and Justin can guess what he’s supposed to be in a game called What Are You Supposed To Be. All that and more on this spooktacular episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast. Yes…we know spooktacular isn’t a word.
We’re back with another Simplistic Interview. This time we have John Brennan, a man of many talents.
From his kindergarten song writing career, days of working with Troma, and his magnum opus, the opening theme for “The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs” on Shudder, we cover it all.
Matt and John also chat about how great Jim Henson truly was, might get a little political, and we let the crowd know that Troma is always looking for the next great script. It could be YOU!!!
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It’s official! Halloween has begun here at Simplistic Reviews. With everything that has been terrible this year, what more could you ask for then a good old slasher. Ready for some camping? How about a gender reveal party? We have it all here today with…
Angela Baker, a shy, traumatized young girl, is sent to summer camp with her cousin. Shortly after her arrival, anyone with sinister or less than honorable intentions gets their comeuppance.
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On the September episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast, the boys say the first things that come to their minds when hearing entertainment news stories in Word Association. Matt and Justin set the record straight about their feelings on Rick And Morty in another edition of Simply Say Anything. DJ rants about Star Wars…again, Julie laments about her favorite streaming services, and the boys discuss Genghis Khan…in a way. All that and more on the greatest podcast on Earth. The Simplistic Reviews Podcast.
Matt and Justin sit down to discuss some of the films they have seen at this years Fantasia Film Festival.
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As we end the first weekend of Fantasia Film Festival 2020, Matt chats with the director of the kung-fu comedy, “The Paper Tigers,'” Bao Tran.
The Washington native, who’s parents are from Vietnam, talks about the Hollywood and Vietnamese film making process, and the eight year journey of bringing “The Paper Tigers’ to life.
Bao and Matt also discuss 80s and 90s nostalgia, the influence of Bruce Lee, and rap cyphers and dojo busting!
“The Paper Tigers” will premier at Fantasia Fest 2020 on August 30th. Get more info right HERE on that. And peep the Q&A right after the flick as well.
And check out more info on “The Paper Tigers” right HERE
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The 2020 Fantasia Film Festival is underway, and we have another great interview for you.
This time we are joined by Ryan Spindell, the director of the horror anthology, ‘The Mortuary Collection.’
Matt and Ryan chat about their collective love of ‘Creepshow,’ how it took eight years to finally get his first feature film completed, the world building of Raven’s End, and how cool Clancy Brown actually is.
Click HERE for our review of ‘The Mortuary Collection’
You can holler at Ryan over on his social media links as well.
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For our coverage of the 2020 Fantasia Fest Festival, we are kicking things off interview-style with Ryan Kruger, the director of the gonzo alien road trip flick, ‘Fried Barry.’
Ryan and Matt chat about the making of ‘Fried Barry,’ how he kept his star, Gary Green, on his toes throughout production, how 80s films of his youth shaped the making of the film, and what it took to make his feature film debut a reality.
Check out the trailer for ‘Fried Barry’ HERE
And make sure to head over to Fantasia Film Festival for the COMPLETE SCHEDULE and when you can stream ‘Fried Barry.’
Fantasia Film Fest 2020 runs from August 20th to September 2nd
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