HTP Episode 105 – Marc Morales

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Marc Morales is an independent film maker, a horror fan, and an all-around movie fanatic. In this episode, he and I discuss his movie 521 North Main Street, about to go into production. We also get the chance to talk about horror fandom (an insider perspective for him and an outsider perspective for me). There’s also a really fun side-chat about how film fanatics were able to research movies in the VHS era, compared to the DVD and streaming eras.

You can track Marc’s progress on the website of his production company, High Fivin’ Ants.  His web series It’s Crazy Out There has its own Facebook page, where he frequents.

 

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HTP Episode 052 – Kevin Pike


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Kevin Pike has an amazing range of behind-the-scenes talent. His special effects work has been seen on incredible classics such as Star Trek II, Indiana Jones, Escape From New York, and Earth 2, just to name a few of my favorites. In this episode, Kevin hear me gush over my love for Back to the Future. I get to be the one to break the news to him that one of his movies wound up on MST3K!

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HTP Episode 049 – Joe Alves

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Joe Alves has worked as a production designer on some of the most legendary films produced in the late 20th century, including Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and Escape From New York. He also directed the third installment of the Jaws series, Jaws 3D. In our chat, Joe and I discuss the differences between creating entire world on-set for major productions, and just creating enough to make the shot.

I strongly recommend checking out Joe’s book Designing Jaws on Amazon, and following him on Instagram.

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