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A couple of aging movie geeks share their thoughts, feelings and opinions about offbeat, obscure and often downright bad films old and new . . . with a little help from their friends.

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Agramon's Gate, VFW and Camp Cold Brook
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-435x435+3+217_14623406.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />It's Saturday morning; time to shake off that hangover, grab your favourite blend, and tune in to the latest podcast... From The Basement! For those who didn't listen last night on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops, and for the those who want to hear it again, we've got a slew of reviews for your ear holes this week. What's up first? The supernatural thriller Agramon's Gate from director Harley Wallen, and starring genre vets Lauren Landon and Yan Birch. Do qualified horror actors make for a good horror movie? Stick with us! Don't touch that dial; there's more! A lot more! Jason and Shawn take in -- and take down -- new genre releases VFW starring Stephen Lang, Fred Williamson and William Sadler, and the Joe Dante produced Camp Cold Brook. One's a loving ode to early John Carpenter, the other a nod to reality paranormal television. Are they worthy of the chopping block? Plus Mike S returns for another review, The Basement Boys provide the weekend rundown, and there's a wee bit of movie news as well. It's a packed show, so push play on the player provided and enjoy.
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Dead Sound, Locke & Key, and Top 5 "Date" Movies
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14605712.jpeg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />It's the day after Valentine's Day, but that doesn't mean we're done celebrating all things romantical. Why, you ask? Because this here is the podcast version of last night's successful broadcast on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops! And Jason, Shawn and Mike S bring on the romance -- Basement style -- with their Top 5 "Date" Movies. These are movies only a woman who loves a Basement Dweller gets talked into seeing. Shawn even went to his wife for input on this one, while Jason details how he "paid the price" for subjecting his bride of 13 years to a horror movie early in their dating days. Mike S alphabetized his list, because that's how his mind works... Jason and Shawn also take on the upcoming thriller Dead Sound starring veteran genre actor Jeff Kober of The Walking Dead. Is this water-based tale of terror worth your time and dollar, or is it the longest boat ride ever? Stick with us! And stick around for the weekend rundown, a review of Netflix's Locke & Key, and a catch up with Bad Boys for Life. You can hear it all right now by pushing play on the player below.
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Alien Outbreak, Ragnarok and more On the Trail of UFOs
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-1792x1792+19+102_14596375.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />It's the morning after the night before, and time to unleash the podcast of last night's broadcast From The Basement! Didn't get to listen, you say? Shame on you! Fortunately, the entire episode if here to pleasure your ear holes with a boat load of reviews, and some irreverent humour as well. Our feature review puts the British sci-fi flick Alien Outbreak on the chopping block. Due out on DVD and Digital on Tuesday, Neil Rowe's low-budget offering is a timely one given the Coronavirus. Is fact scarier than fiction? Do Jason and Shawn even care? Stick with us! And stay tuned as The Basement Boys weigh in on the new Netflix series Ragnarok, bring you up to date on the latest episodes of Van Helsing and On the Trail of UFOs, and dive into Mike Flanagan's Doctor Sleep: The Director's Cut. There's also the weekend rundown, which puts Birds of Prey and the latest TV offerings Katy Keen and Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet on deck for your viewing pleasure. It's 22 minutes of quality entertainment, and it's yours for the low cost of free! Push play on the player below, and enjoy!
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The Seth Breedlove interview and On the Trail of UFOs
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14583230.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />We ventured into the realm of UFOs and Small Town Monsters last night when we took it live on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops. And we had a hell of a time talking to writer/director Seth Breedlove about the subject. He is the mastermind behind Small Town Monsters, a film company which documents paranormal phenomenon in the United States. He's got a new series headed our way called On the Trail of UFOs, featuring podcaster/investigator Shannon Legro of Into the Fray. Seth told us all about this venture and more last night. If you didn't get to hear it... don't panic! We've got the entire conversation for you on this podcast. In fact, we've got the full 17-minute chat about On the Trail of UFOs and what else Small Town Monsters has in store for 2020. Want to support Small Town Monsters upcoming Kickstarter campaign? It gets underway Thursday, Feb. 6, and you can take part by seeking them out on Kickstarter. Jason and Shawn also review the first two episodes of On the Trail of UFOs, and Shawn displays his knowledge of the subject matter... being that he's our resident UFOlogist and all. The Basement Boys also cover off Small Town Monsters's On the Trail of Bigfoot and the haunted-house "documentary" Demon House. Is all this watching worth your time and energy? Stick with us! And stick around as we throw in the weekend rundown and some other entertainment-related shenanigans. That's right, it's the podcast of the latest broadcast From The Basement. Now push play and enjoy! From The Basement returns Friday, Feb. 7, at 6:05 P.M. Pacific, only on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops.
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The Brandon Lee Cox interview, 1917 and Don't F**k with Cats
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14570161.jpeg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Whether you listened to us on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM last night or not, this is a podcast From The Basement you're not gonna want to miss. For one, we interviewed cinematographer Brandon Lee Cox about the art of cinematography, his career, and his new movie, Line of Duty, with director Steven C. Miller. It's a great conversation with an enthusiastic and talented filmmaker. So it's a must listen if you haven't heard it yet. If you did tune in last night, we've got the full 17-minute chat, so there's more of it for you to hear! How's that work? Stick with us! And stay tuned, as Jason and Shawn review the Netflix hit Don't F**k with Cats, which isn't about cute kittens at all. In fact, it's a documentary about the hunt for one of Canada's most notorious killers, Luka Magnotta. The Basement Boys also review the current blockbuster 1917, the non-blockbuster Deep Blue Sea 2, and catch up with Terminator: Dark Fate. There's more -- a lot more -- but it's too much to keep up with here. So grab a beverage, push play on the player below, and enjoy! From The Basement returns next Friday, Jan. 31, at 6:05 P.M. Pacific, and they're interviewing writer/director Seth Breedlove of Small Town Monsters -- only on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops.
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The Steven C. Miller interview, Medical Police and The Marshes
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14557350.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />We said it loud and proud last night on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops, and now we're ready to say it again with this, the podcast version of last night's broadcast From The Basement! And we've got even more of the interview you heard with director Steven C. Miller -- like about 10 minutes more! Steven shares the details of his latest movie, the action flick Line of Duty starring Aaron Eckhart and Courtney Eaton. He also talks about the impact streaming services like Netflix have had on filmmaking, working with icons Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone and Nic Cage, and more. How does a man deal with working alongside his childhood heroes? Stick with us! And stick around as Jason and Shawn review the latest Netflix series, Medical Police, and the horror films The Marshes and Itsy Bitsy. Jason also mangles an Australian accent and Sean Connery's Bond, while Shawn further dissects Netflix's Dracula. How's that for a half-hour descent into popular culture and entertainment? And you can hear it all right now by pushing play.
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Line of Duty, Crypsis, and Netflix's Dracula
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-182x182+0+57_14545007.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />It's all over but the shouting... err, that is last night's From The Basement broadcast on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops was another roaring success. And now it's time to unleash the podcast. No interviews this week -- we're saving them for the weeks to come -- but we do have several reviews on the chopping block which will surely tickle your ear holes. Jay took in the new Aaron Eckhart action flick Line of Duty, and the monster movie Crypsis. One was great, the other the opposite of great. Hazard a guess which is worth your time? Stick with us! And stick around as Shawn weighs in on Netflix's Dracula, and the sequel to Goon. He also has an amusing story on the limits of friendship, especially when faced with a potential beast in the woods. It's a shocking tale, we promise you that. There's also interesting conversations about the placement of YouTube ads, Ricky Gervais's Golden Globes speech, and too-serious TV. Hey, we warned you this is the Seinfeld of entertainment shows... So push play on the handy player below, and enjoy. From The Basement returns Friday, Jan. 17, at 6:05 in the P.M. on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops. And we're talking with director Steven C. Miller about Line of Duty, working with the likes of Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone, and more.
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The Dominiquie Vandenberg interview and The Basement turns 10
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14527583.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Did you hear us last night on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops? Whether you did, or did not, you don't want to miss this, the podcast version of last night's show! Last night we talked with the multi-talented Dominiquie Vandenberg about his new movie The Mercenary. Yes, Dom is an action hero... but not only on the big screen. He's appeared in dozens of movies, and is a martial artist and fight choreographer who's worked with the likes of Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio. Pretty cool stuff, right. Not a question, a statement. But Dom is the real deal. He served in the French Foreign Legion and saw action in Africa. From there he travelled to Thailand and fought in the famed freestyle fighting rings. He also hints at working as a mercenary, which makes his latest film feel all-too real. We talked with Dom for about eight minutes last night, but you get to hear the full 26-minute interview on this podcast. It's a riveting conversation with a fascinating man. Consider it an anniversary gift to our listeners. From The Basement might be two months into our prime-time run on Radio NL, but this episode marks our 10th anniversary as a podcast. There's times it looked like our show wasn't going to make it, but each time we returned, we came back stronger and better for it. Believe Jason and Shawn when they say the best is yet to come. So sit back and enjoy this anniversary edition of the latest broadcast... From The Basement! From The Basement is back Friday, Jan. 10, at 6:05 P.M. Pacific on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops. Stick with us!
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The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan, The Witcher and The Mercenary
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14523311.jpeg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Ever wonder how found-footage horror movies are made? Are they scripted? How do you get actors to act so natural? How about setting up the scares? If these are questions you've asked yourself, then this latest episode of From The Basement is for you! Last night, Jay interviewed Anna Stromberg and Burt Grinstead -- the stars and writers of the new found-footage flick The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan -- during our broadcast on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops. And now you get to hear it on this, our latest podcast. But there's an additional seven minutes of conversation included here that didn't make it on the air, making this episode a must listen for those who did -- and did not -- tune in last night! And it's all for the low cost for free. How about them apples? Jason and Shawn also put The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan on the chopping block. The Basement Boys have watched dozens of found-footage movies, and were facing found-footage burn out going in. Did this latest effort win them over? Stick with us! And stick around as the Dynamic Duo weigh in on Netflix's The Witcher, and tackle the 80s-style action flick The Mercenary. Add the weekend rundown of all things entertainment and you've got yourself the latest podcast... From The Basement! From The Basement returns Friday, Jan 3 at 6:05 P.M. Pacific on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops!
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Thrash Wrestling, 6 Underground and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14513671.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Didn't have the chance to get in the ring with us last night? Well, never fear; From The Basement is here with a podcast version of last night's show on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops! Wanna listen again? That's fine too! It's what we're here for... what we're trained for... This week The Basement Boys talked Thrash Wrestling with promoter Justin Griffore. What's Thrash Wrestling? It's to wrestling what indie film is to film, and it's taking the Interior of British Columbia by storm. Justin, Jason and Shawn have a great chat about this entertaining event, and give you the 411 on how it works, and when future events are. But this is a movie show, and the Terrible Trio dug into Netflix's blockbuster 6 Underground from director Michael Bay and superstar Ryan Reynolds. Is it worth your time? Stick with us! And stick around for the weekend rundown of all things entertainment, including a discussion on some movie about a war in the stars, and the rise of a dude named Skywalker. I don't know. It's supposed to be a thing. So grab a beverage, push play, and enjoy. Oh, and Merry Christmas! From The Basement returns Friday, Dec. 27 at 6:05 P.M. Pacific on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops! And we're reviewing the indie horror The Lost Footage of Leah Sullivan, plus interviewing stars Anna Stromberg and Burt Grinstead.
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The Jennifer N. Linch interview, Knives Out, Queen & Slim and The Irishman
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14475517.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Did you miss the show last night? Or do you want to listen again? How about that interview with Jennifer N. Linch? Dig it? Well, we've got even more for you on this, the podcast version of last night's broadcast on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops! That's right; we unleashed about seven minutes of Jay's conversation with director/producer/martial artist/model Jennifer N. Linch last night, but there's about seven more minutes of that interview for you right here, right now! Jennifer talks about her upcoming feature Kung Fu Ghost, her thoughts on women directing action movies, her insistence that actors do their own stunts, and more. It's a great chat, and one that should please fans be they into martial arts or not. Plus there's Jason and Shawn talking the latest Rambo movie and the politics of It: Chapter 2, the weekend rundown of all things entertainment, and a whole not more. How much more? I don't know... Just listen! And you can do that by pushing play on the player below. From The Basement is off for two weeks due to the Kamloops Blazers hitting the road. We're back with all new episodes Dec. 20 at 6:05 p.m. PST, only on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops. Stick with us!
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The B. Harrison Smith interview and The Tokoloshe
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14464361.jpeg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />'Twas a great show last night on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops, but not everyone got to tune in, and some want to tune in again. Which is where the magic of the Internet comes into play... Submitted for the approval of Basement Dwellers everywhere, here's the podcast version of the latest broadcast... From The Basement! And to make it worth your while, Jason and Shawn present the full interview with filmmaker B. Harrison Smith. That's right, you only got about five to six minutes last night. But here are the more than 10 minutes Jason and Harrison talked about his upcoming film The Special, the state of the film industry, and why horror remains such an important genre. It's a gooder, as we say in Canada, eh. But that's not all, as Jason and Shawn review the upcoming South African horror film The Tokoloshe, which is about a malicious trickster who preys on children. The film hits Dec. 3. Is it worth your time and dollar? Stick with us! And stick around for a DVD review by Mike S, a rundown of the weekend's entertainment options, and some chatter about the upcoming CW Arrowverse Crisis, the action flick Hydra, and more! It's nerd porn for those who don't like nerd porn. So push play, and enjoy. From The Basement returns next Friday, Nov. 29, at 6:05 P.M. on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops as Jason and Shawn interview martial-arts filmmaker Jennifer N. Linch. Stick with us!
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The Frank Sabatella interview and The Shed
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14450742.jpeg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Hot off the press... ish... of last night's triumphant second prime-time episode of From The Basement on Radio NL comes today's podcast of said show! What do you get that's different? Listeners will hear the full interview with Frank Sabatella, writer/director of the new horror flick The Shed! That's right, if you tuned in last night, you only heard part of Jason and Frank's conversation about the movie, which is out in theatres and Digital right now. The duo discuss the film's origins, how vampires are the ultimate manifestation of death, and how all this relates to bullying. Plus Frank discusses his love of horror, and why it remains a relevant genre. For those who didn't tune in last night, Jason and Shawn review The Shed, talk The Mandalorian and the Streaming Wars, catch up with Joker, and there's a new DVD review from Mike S. This is 22 minutes of radio goodness in podcast form, and you can hear it right here, right now, by pushing play on the player below. And tune in next Friday at 6:05 p.m. PT on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops as Jason and Shawn tackle the new South African genre film The Tokoloshe, and welcome The Special director B. Harrison Smith back to the show. Stick with us!
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Animal Among Us, Doctor Sleep, Midway and Last Christmas
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14437112.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />From The Basement's big prime-time debut happened last night on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops, and Jason and Shawn surprisingly made it through 22-minutes of radio without dropping an F-bomb. THAT is a miracle unto itself. Didn't get to hear it? Shame on you! But the magic of the Internet allows us to post the full episode for you right here, right now! You get to hear The Basement Boys' review of the new indie-horror flick Animal Among Us starring Christian Oliver and Larisa Oleynik. Is this just another kids-go-into-the-woods-kids-get-dead slasher? Or does director John Woodruff have something else in store? Stick with us! And stick around, as Jason and Shawn rundown the weekend's entertainment options, review Apple TV Plus, and a recent Thrash Wrestling event. Plus Mike S brings his Animated Addict to the airwaves. It's 22-minutes of entertainment you won't find anywhere else, and it's all yours to enjoy for the low cost of free! So push play, and enjoy! And tune in next Friday at 6:05 p.m. on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops as From The Basement reviews the new horror movie The Shed, and talks with writer/director Frank Sabatella.
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Terminator: Dark Fate, Motherless Brooklyn, Arctic Cats and Harriet
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14421911.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />It's the day after Judgment Day, as in the day after Halloween, but that doesn't mean those fine purveyors of genre entertainment are taking the day off. No sir! There's a podcast to deliver to the masses, and deliver it Jason and Shawn shall! This is the final extended cut podcast before The Basement Boys go prime time, bitch! That's right: From The Basement takes over the weekly 6 p.m. spot Friday nights on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops starting Nov 8! So Jason and Shawn use this episode as a "dry run," making sure they don't swear, stay within the 22-minute time slot, things like that. Oh, and they explain the rules of being on the radio, as there are many. Can they abide by these guidelines, or do they crap the bed right out the gate? Stick with us! And stick around, as there's much entertainment to discuss. The boys talk the latest in the Streaming Wars between Netflix, Apple TV Plus (which hits today) and Disney +. Who will be the victor? Hard to say. And Jason and Shawn catch up with the latest movie trailers and clips, because that's the point of this show. Add a new DVD review from Mike S, this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning News, plus a few other shenanigans, and you've got yourself an extended cut podcast. Push play, and enjoy! And don't forget to tune in Nov 8 at 6 p.m., only on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops. A podcast version of the show appears on the Saturday morning.
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The Basement's Halloween Spooktacular
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14409207.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />'Twas the weekend before Halloween, and all through the house, some creatures are stirring... and they aren't a mouse... or mice... or whatever... But Jason and Shawn are back with a Halloween special designed to hit you right in your creep-out zone as they review Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer's latest effort, Trick! Lussier and Farmer were originally tasked with crafting a sequel to Rob Zombie's two Halloween movies. That flick didn't happen, but the talented duo obviously had a Halloween-themed story to tell. Is their new movie as good as My Bloody Valentine 3D and Drive Angry? Stick with us! And stick around as The Basement Boys sound off on their Top 5 things to watch this Halloween. There's some expected flicks and TV shows on the list, and some that might surprise you. Either way, Jason and Shawn have some choice viewing ideas that might help you plan your post-trick-or-treat watch. Throw in some commentary on the latest movie trailers, a review from Mike S, plus this morning segment from the mighty Radio NL Morning News with Howie Reimer, and you've got yourself a podcast worthy of the title Halloween Spooktacular! Push play and enjoy! Oh, and Happy Halloscream!
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The Trista Robinson interview, She Will Return, and comic-book crossovers
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14396073.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />The Basement Boys are back with a new interview that's perfect for this, the spookiest time of the year. What did you expect with Halloween two weeks away? Christmas movies? We're not Wal-Mart, you know! Jay sits down with Trista Robinson, the talented star of Echoes of Fear, which Jason and Shawn reviewed just last week. Trista is hands down one of the coolest people who's ever appeared on this show, and she and Jay talk in detail about her spooky thriller, the horror genre, and how to play scared in a movie. This is one of the best conversations in the show's nine-year history. Keeping the Halloween train rolling, Jason sets his sites on She Will Return: The Pale-Faced Lady 2. This is Jeff Payne's follow up to his celebrated horror short, which the boys tackled earlier this year. How does this creepy sequel stack up? Stick with us! And stick around for this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning News with Howie Reimer, a new review from Mike S, plus some other irreverent BS (Shawn's got a few things to say about the upcoming Arrowverse crossover) that's sure to tickle any Basement Dweller's funny bone. Oh, and there's some cool news about the future of this show. Trust us, it's gonna be fancy! Push play, and enjoy, motherf---ers!
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Echoes of Fear and Sesame Street's on crack
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14381931.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Drugs, drugs, drugs... which are good? Which are bad? That's right, the Basement Boys are talking narcotics this week. Narcotics on Sesame Street, as word hit the Interwebs the long-running children's TV show will be addressing the controversial subject of opioid addiction. Being the fine, upstanding citizens they are, Jason and Shawn -- and their live-stream viewers -- debate which Muppet is the dealer, and even put some money down on the subject. Socially responsible? Not really... But this episode isn't all crack and cracking jokes; Jason and Shawn get down to the business of reviewing movies, and they've got a creepy one on the chopping block called Echoes of Fear, which begins a theatrical run Oct. 16. Is this flick, which stars the beautiful and talented Trista Robinson, a worthy seasonal watch? Stick with us! And stick around for a new review by Mike S, and this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning News -- including a shout out to Kamloops Film Society and Drunk in a Graveyard's upcoming Halloween shows. It's entertainment that's so entertaining, you'll be rendered numb by it. Push play, and enjoy!
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The Laura Slade Wiggins interview, the Bad CGI Sharks' crew, and Along Came the Devil II
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-182x182+0+11_14368502.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />It's a packed Basement this episode as Jason and Shawn not only interview actor Laura Slade Wiggins, star of the upcoming Along Came the Devil II, but welcome the writers, directors and stars of the brilliant horror/comedy Bad CGI Sharks as well! You might remember The Basement Boys reviewed Bad CGI Sharks a few weeks back. They enjoyed the movie so much it seemed logical to invite Jason and Matt Ellsworth and Matteo Molinari to join them on the show. The trio were gracious enough to accept. Jay interviews Laura about her role in Along Came the Devil II, discussing how she became involved in the project, what it was like maintaining the level of emotions required to survive a horror movie, and how she enjoyed working with veteran actor Bruce Davison. Laura is a charmer, and brings a sense of humour to the interview. This is a lively 10-minute discussion fans will enjoy. When it comes to talking with Jason, Matt and Matteo, the kid gloves are off as the Dynamic Duo learn how Bad CGI Sharks came together, how much of the movie is based on Jason and Matt's own experiences, and how the trio adjusted to their film becoming an Internet sensation. This is a great conversation, and one that is definitely not suitable for work. All five Basement Dwellers put Laura's film Along Came the Devil II on the chopping block. Is this horror sequel the next big thing this Halloween? Stick with us! But stick around for this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning News with Howie Reimer. It wouldn't be an extended cut podcast without it. OK, you can now push play and enjoy! Along Came the Devil II opens everywhere Oct. 11.
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My Soul to Keep and Abominable
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-1107x1107+17+410_14355243.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />There's just a month to go until Halloween, and what better way to get into the spirit of the creepy season than with a classic kind of horror movie. Not a question, a statement. Jason and Shawn do just that this episode by reviewing the upcoming scarefest My Soul to Keep and interviewing its director, AJ Zaheer Ahmad, and producer, Justin Hynous. AJ and Justin also wrote this bad boy, and provide some interesting insight on how they crafted the story and created what could be -- and should be -- the next big horror icon; The Burgly Monster! They also discuss making a movie with such a young cast, how to craft a scare, and a whole lot more during the 14-minute conversation. Horror fans take note; you want to hear this one! The Basement Boys also put My Soul to Keep on the chopping block, and determine whether this is a worthy entry in the horror cannon, and if the flick is good gateway horror for new fans. Stick with us! And stick around as From The Basement digs into the new Netflix series Marianne, the Halloween-themed Haunt, and Mike S returns with a retro review of John Carpenter's The Thing. PLUS there's the weekend rundown from the Radio NL 610 AM Morning News with Howie Reimer. It's all free, and all for you... Damian! Push play and enjoy!
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The Nicole DuBois/Blake Kevin Dwyer interview, Ad Astra, Rambo: Last Blood and Downton Abbey
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14341860.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Jason and Shawn are back, and they've brought a couple of hot young stars with them. That's right, it's time for another interview... From The Basement! This time the Basement Boys spoke with talented up-and-comers Nicole DuBois and Blake Kevin Dwyer of the new teen mystery Debunkers, Inc, which Jay reviewed just last week. Haven't seen it yet? What's the matter with you? Do it! Now! Jay, Nicole and Blake have a fun, and funny, 14-minute convo covering everything from what it's like working on a first feature film to how the young cast developed their on-screen chemistry. They also discuss this unique movie and the potential for more Debunkers in the future. Trust us, this is an entertaining interview. What else do the Dynamic Duo get up to? Jason review's Eric Red's ocean-based horror novel It Waits Below, Shawn catches up with John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum and Spider-Man: Far From Home, and the latest movie news is covered off. Include this morning's segment from the Radio NL 610 AM Morning News with Howie Reimer and you've got yourself a podcast... a podcast From The Basement. Now push play on the player below, and enjoy! Stick with us!
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The Bill Moseley interview and 3 From Hell
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14328805.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Summer break is over, and The Basement Boys are back. And they've brought genre icon Bill Moseley with them! Jay sat down to discuss Bill's return to arguably one of his most iconic roles; Otis Firefly from Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects. And you can see Bill as Otis once again when 3 From Hell opens on Sept 16. Bill discusses how Zombie brought the Firefly clan back for one more killing spree, what it was like getting into Otis' mindset after a 14-year break, and why these films and characters endure. Bill is a class act with a great sense of humour, and he and Jay had a great 12-minute conversation. So yeah, ya'll need to hear this one! And Jason and Shaw get into 3 From Hell as well. Yup, they've seen this bad boy, and sound off on it in a feature discussion. NOT a review, as those don't come out until next week. But they have a few words to say about it. Shawn also gets political again about some other stuff, and uses words like oligopoly. Be patient with him. He was tired when this was recorded. So grab your favourite brew, and push play on the player below. This is a Friday the 13th gift From The Basement! Stick with us!
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Fear Inoculum, Angel Has Fallen, and Ready or Not
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-469x469+9+12_14290865.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />The final From The Basement of the summer has arrived. But before Jason and Shawn take their annual vacation from all things entertainment, they get roped into discussing a few things cinematic and musical. By fan request, the Basement Boys talk the first single from Tool's new album, Fear Inoculum -- the band's first since 2006's 10,000 Days -- and their sudden recognition by Billboard. One of the Dynamic Duo is a Tool fan, the other is not. How does that sway the conversation? Stick with us! Jason and Shawn also catch up with Mindhunter Season 2 and the first season of Wu Assassin, among other things. They've got a few thoughts on the just announced Matrix 4, the fate of Spider-Man in the MCU, and the new Rambo: Last Blood and Underwater trailers. Whoa! So sit back, grab your favourite liquor drink, and push play. From The Basement returns Sept. 13 with a feature on Rob Zombie's 3 From Hell that includes a one on one with Ottis himself, Bill Moseley.
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Bad CGI Sharks, Good Boys and 47 Meters Down: Uncaged
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-0x0+0+0_14278748.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Just when they thought the film industry had run out of original and interesting ideas, along comes Bad CGI Sharks to prove Jason and Shawn wrong. That's right, Bad CGI Sharks: the new sharksploitation comedy from Matthew and Jason Ellsworth and Matteo Molinari. But it's not only a Deadpool-like spoof of shark movies; it's a commentary on filmmaking, brotherhood and being creative despite what anyone says. A pretty heady mix for a movie called Bad CGI Sharks, right? So what do Jason and Shawn think of it? Is the movie worth your time and money? Are there boobies? Stick with us! And stick around as the Basement Boys catch up with Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Aladdin and talk gateway horror. There's also a wee bit of movie news for your ear holes as well. Add this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show and you've got yourself a podcast, one finely tuned to hit you right in your entertainment centre! So push play, and enjoy!
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The Night Sitter and four other movies
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-936x936+18+479_14266534.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />The Basement Boys are back at it again, with this latest extended cut podcast From The Basement! As always, you get this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show with Howie Reimer, and a bunch of new crap Jason and Shawn spew specifically for your ear holes. What's the crap they're talking this week? They provide a feature review of the new indie horror The Night Sitter, starring the lovely Elyse Dufour! Does it offer an adequate amount of gore, chills and boobies? Stick with us! The Dynamic Duo also caught up with Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and are ready to provide a few thoughts on that, along with Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. Oh, and Shawn smoked a fatty (not really) and watched Mortal Engines. There's also a shout out to the Drunk in a Graveyard crew for their love of local metal and movies. Toss in a few thoughts and opinions on the latest entertainment news and you've got yourself a podcast... From The Basement! Push play, enjoy and stick with us!
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The Leah Broussard interview, parallel universes and a little Tarantino
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14243346.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />The Basement Boys return, and move further into the realm of all-things entertainment, with their latest interview... one steeped in the subject of science fiction. Jay speaks with Tennessee physicist Leah Broussard, who is preparing to open a doorway into a parallel -- or mirror -- universe. How? Why? What secrets does she hope to unlock? These are the questions Jay asks, and Leah answers. And yes: some Stranger Things references are made. Leah is one of us, and this is a fun, informative and entertaining conversation. It's also a sign of the times in The Basement, as we move away from -- but not completely out of -- the realm of movies and into the world of anything entertaining, and all the topics it offers up for discussion. But fear not, Jason and Shawn do talk movies, Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and the new Zombieland trailer, to be specific. Plus Jay reviews Crawl and Shawn finally saw the end of Point Blank. There's also a discussion about back-to-back Halloween sequels. Throw in this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show -- including its chickless fopaux -- and you've got yourself a podcast. One ripe for your ear holes, right now! We'll be back in two weeks. Until then, stick with us!
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The Nick Pope interview, Storm Area 51, and Point Blank
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-343x343+12+6_14229669.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />The Basement Boys dive deep into online insanity in this, the latest podcast From The Basement! Jason speaks with author, journalist and the world's leading expert on UFOs and conspiracy theories, Nick Pope! Yup, NICK POPE! And they're talking the Internet's latest viral sensation, Storm Area 51. They discuss the logistics and validity of Storm Area 51, people's fascination with the site and UFOs, and why conspiracy theories and aliens remain so fixed in the public consciousness. This is a great interview with the world's leading expert on the subject, and one all Basement Dwellers need to hear. Plus, Jason and Shawn tackle the FaceApp Challenge and whether or not people should be concerned about privacy and terms of use. And they take a positive swipe at Lashana Lynch's casting as the new 007. There's also a review of the new Netflix movie Point Blank starring Anthony Mackie and Frank Grillo, and this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning News with Howie Reimer. Oh, and things get very un-PC by the end of this show. Be warned, those who are easily triggered. Now, push play on the player below, and stick with us!
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Crawl, Stuber and The Art of Self Defence
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-160x160+12+90_14213286.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />It's a mixed bag of nonsense this week as Jason and Shawn bring you the latest podcast From The Basement! The Basement Boys aren't drinking mead or interviewing anyone this episode. But they are catching up with a bunch of stuff that should hit you right in your entertainment centre. Jason's binged the shit out of Stranger Things 3. How'd he dig it? Is it the best season yet of the Netflix ode to 80s horror and science fiction? Stick with us! And Shawn's seen the newest Hellboy and found it... Well, you gotta tune in and learn his thoughts. The Dynamic Duo also discuss why Netflix's Triple Frontier flopped, talk the possibility of back-to-back Halloween sequels, and pay their respects -- kinda -- to the late, great Rip Torn. PLUS Mike S returns for another review that'll pleasure your ear holes. Toss in the Friday morning segment from the Radio NL 610 AM Morning News and you've got yourself a podcast! So sit back, crack a cold one, and push play. It's 40 minutes of your life that's well spent.
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The Mead Cast
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14176235.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />What, you ask, do a couple of guys who review movies know about mead? And, while on the subject, what qualifies them to review said mead on their show... which is supposed to be about movies and all things entertainment? Well, mead is a drink, and drinks are an important part of many entertainment events, so put that in your pipe and smoke it! Jason and Shawn do indeed talk mead -- an alcoholic beverage derived from honey -- and they do provide their two cents on some local brew, as per the request of the brewer. How do the Basement Boys do on their first alcohol review? Stick with us! But the Dynamic Duo ARE movie and entertainment guys, so they weigh in on the Sean Connery classic The Presidio, and the trailer for Rian Johnson's upcoming mystery flick Knives Out starring current Bond, Daniel Craig. There's also a sad lament on the passing of Mad Magazine. Plus, our resident twit Mike S returns with a review of a not-so-classic horror movie. Neat, no? Throw in this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show and you've got the latest extended cut podcast... From The Basement!
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The Jesse Thomas Cook interview, Deadsight and more
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14116165.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Heading into the big holiday weekend here in Canada, and we've got a treat for Basement Dwellers everywhere! Jason and Shawn review the upcoming Canadian zombie flick Deadsight just in time for Canada Day, and they interview its director, Jesse Thomas Cook! This 20-minute conversation talks about what Jesse and his wife, Liv Collins, did to breathe new life into the zombie genre, what it takes to make it as an independent filmmaker in Canada, and Canada's place in the horror community. It's a fun chat for movie and horror fans, whether you're Canadian or not, eh. Deadsight hits DVD and VOD July 2. Jason and Shawn also talk movies -- a whole boat load of movies -- from older genre offerings like Rogue, They and Splinter, to more recent flicks such as Pet Sematary, The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot, and Shazam! But that's not all! The Basement Boys go gaga over Brightburn, talk at length about its awesomeness, and why it should have been a big, big hit. Like Avengers: Endgame big. Plus there's this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show. Jason and Howie talk their Top 5 favourite Canadian genre films, and run down what to watch on the big and small screen. All this is yours for the low cost of FREE! So push play on the player below and enjoy! Stick with us!
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The Seth Breedlove Interview and Dolls
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_14030005.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Get ready for a 25-minute journey into the realm of crypitds, ghosts and other Small Town Monsters as Jason and Shawn interview a documentary filmmaker with an interest in the unexplained: Seth Breedlove! Seth is a former newspaper reporter with a passion for all things Bigfoot, Mothman and other weird creatures. He's turned that passion into a profession, making almost a dozen films on the subject. The most recent are Terror in the Skies and On the Trail of... Bigfoot, and he talks with us about his work, what his thoughts are on the paranormal, and a whole lot more. The Basement Boys also review the latest from Uncork'd Entertainment -- Dolls! That's right, dolls are still creepy, and Cuyle Carvin and producer Jeff Miller made a movie about them starring Dee Wallace. Is it worth your time? Stick with us! Jason and Shawn also talk The Quake, Into the Dark: They Come Knocking, and that whole Justin Bieber challenging Tom Cruise to a fight thing... and how their bud Marc Natoli fits into that mix. Toss in this morning's segment from the might Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show and it's the latest podcast... From The Basement, and you can listen to it right now!
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Dark Phoenix and The Secret Life of Pets 2
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-1021x1021+0+69_13972045.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Sure, they said there wouldn't be an extended cut podcast this week, but Jason and Shawn still have a little something for your ear holes on this, From The Basement's first anniversary on the mighty Radio NL. A year ago NL came calling, wanting a locally produced entertainment piece for Friday episodes of the Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show. They wanted Jason and Shawn to do it, and the Basement Boys said yes. The first few weeks saw the morning segment podcast here at wecamefromthebasement.com before fans demanded something along the lines of the podcasts they know and love. The extended cut podcasts were born, featuring new Jason and Shawn material as a wrap around for the NL spots. What you get today is the segment from this morning's Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show, which features a complete rundown of what to watch at home, and in theatres, this weekend. We didn't want to let the one-year anniversary go uncelebrated. Jason and Shawn return next week with a new extended cut podcast featuring... stick with us! And thanks for listening the last 52 weeks. We promise more great things to come.
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Terror in the Skies, Rim of the World, and Godzilla: King of the Monsters
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_13912924.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Up from the depth, 30 stories tall, he breathes fire, and is king of them all... That's right, bitches: there's a new Godzilla movie out this weekend, and that's a reason to celebrate! And Jason and Shawn intend to do just that as From The Basement returns with a new extended cut podcast that will surely pleasure your ear holes! Not only do you get this morning's Radio NL segment, where Jason, Shawn and Howie talk Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Rocketman and Ma -- not to mention trash Trump, select Chris Pine as the man who should play Ozzie in the inevitable biopic, and rundown what to watch on TV this week -- but you get a slew of reviews as well. Shawn's seen Netflix's latest, the alien invasion flick Rim of the World, and Jay's watched the creepy kid flick The Prodigy. What'd they think? Stick with us! And stick around, as The Basement Boys catch the latest Small Town Monsters documentary Terror in the Skies, which is about Mothman and other winged creature sightings in the heartland of America. Is it good stuff? They'll let you know. Naturally that's not all that goes down the episode, but you'll have to push play and tune in to hear it. So do so... right now! We'll be back June 14 with a new episode.
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The Katherine Munroe interview, Aladdin, and Possession Diaries
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-2208x2208+17+983_13853966.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Watching a talented actor for the first time is a treat for movie fans. Seeing them excel in their first lead role -- in a feature film no less -- is a gift. Such is the case with Katherine Munroe in the upcoming Possession Diaries. And here's a treat for Basement Dwellers everywhere: From The Basement not only reviews Katherine's first feature film, but has an exclusive interview with the star as well. Jason and Katherine talk for 14 minutes about how she landed the role of Rebecca in Possession Diaries, what it was like working with veterans James Russo and Noel Gugliemi, and the pressures that come with starring in, what is essentially, a one-woman show. It's a great conversation, and hopefully we'll see a lot more of the star in the future. Meanwhile, Jason and Shawn lament the death of Santa Clarita Diet, talk the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Terminator: Dark Fate and Star Trek: Picard trailers, and admit to being man children and cranky old men at the same time. Throw in this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL Morning News and you've got yourself a podcast for the ages. Or at least the weekend. So push play, enjoy, and stick with us! Possession Diaries opens June 4.
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John Wick Chapter 3 - Parabellum and A Dog's Journey
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-173x173+5+10_13813817.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />People keep asking us if we're back... yeah, I'm thinking we're back... Back for another extended cut podcast hot on the heels of the mighty Radio NL Morning Show that is! In addition to talking the awesomeness that will surely be John Wick Chapter 3 - Parabellum, which The Basement Boys cover off during the NL segment, they provide a list of what they think the Big Summer Movies will be. Kind of them, no? Oui! Jason and Shawn also rundown some hot new movie trailers (Angel Has Fallen and Assimilate), discuss quality television (Lucifer and The Wire), rant on fanboy entitlement (we're talking about you, so-called Game of Thrones fans), talk the hiring of Robert Pattinson as Batman, and prepare themselves for the awesome might of Clownado. Oh, and a pub featuring bikini-clad waitresses has pissed off some locals. The Boys talk about that too. So grab your favourite drink, put your ass in your favourite chair, push play and enjoy!
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The Jamie Nash interview, Pokemon Detective Pikachu, The Hustle and Poms
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_13748585.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Another week, another interview from those fine purveyors of all things entertainment, Jason and Shawn! And yes, they've got another interview From The Basement! Who are they talking to this week? Jay had a one on one with Jamie Nash, the screenwriter behind Eduardo Sanchez's festival faves Altered, Seventh Moon, Lovely Molly and Exits. How did this young screenwriter partner up with the director of The Blair Witch Project? What's it take to be a professional writer? Can you write and watch Game of Thrones at the same time? These, and many other questions, will be answered during this awesome 22-minute interview that is a must for movie fans! Shawn is back this week, and the Dynamic Due cover off a whole slew of topics, including the next slate of Star Wars and Marvel films, the new trailer for It: Chapter 2, and what kind of good watchin' the boys have been up to lately. So stick with us! And yes, you also get this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show! Enough chatter; push play on the player below and enjoy!
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The Richard Friedman interview, The Intruder and Long Shot
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_13670963.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />More than 30 feature films, countless hours of television, and the determination to keep doing what he loves -- making movies and entertainment people want to see. That pretty much sums up the talented and versatile director, Richard Friedman. Richard got his start in low-budget movies before making the jump to TV, working on such series as Tales from the Darkside, Friday the 13th, and Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. And he's been making movies and television ever since. His latest film, Acts of Desperation, is out now, and he and Jason have a great 25-minute chat about his work, the industry, the future of movie theatres, and a whole lot more. Trust us when we say this is a must-hear interview! Meanwhile, Shawn's away on vacation, so Mike S joins Jason for this week's episode. The two cover a lot of ground, catching up on Avengers: Endgame, Shazam and a whole bunch of movies you may, or may not, have seen. They also put their support behind out-of-shape Thor, and back Darth Vader's decision to off of that annoying stalker. Hey, they're equal opportunity a-holes! Throw in this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show and you've got the latest podcast... From The Basement! Push play on the player below, and stick with us!
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The Avengers: Endgame
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_13635291.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />The motion-picture event of the century is now upon us, and the culmination of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has reached endgame.... The Avengers: Endgame that is! And your hombre's From The Basement are here to prep you for it. Jason and Shawn talk Endgame, predict how well it will do at the box office, and if there are any real challengers to this film's status as the Biggest Movie of All Time. What are their thoughts? Stick with us! The Basement Boys also chime in on Disney's handling of the Star Wars franchise, Shawn reviews (finally) Captain Marvel, Jay takes on The Curse of La Llorona, and both nerds geek out over the trailer for The VelociPastor! Yes, The VelociPastor! It has ninjas in it, don't you know. Toss in this morning's segment from the Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show and you've got yourself a podcast. And you can hear it all right now by pushing play on the player below.
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The Eric Red interview, Hellboy, Missing Link and Little
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_13550261.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Heads up, Basement Dwellers! You heard a portion of it on this morning's spot on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show, but now it's time to hear the full 20-minute interview with writer/director Eric Red! That's right, the man behind such genre classics as The Hitcher, Near Dark, Blue Steel, Cohen and Tate, Body Parts and 100 Feet sat down with Jay to talk his career, and the upcoming Bigfoot epic No Man's Ridge! You're not getting some three-minute taste here, this is the whole thing in all its glory, and it's an interview for the ages! What else do Jason and Shawn get up to this episode? They review the new Puppet Master movie, talk the Stuber and The Dead Don't Die trailers, and try to curb the already building fan hatred for Star Wars Episode IX. A tough task, we tells yah! There's also the segment From The Basement that appeared on Radio NL this morning, featuring the dulcet sounds of Howie Reimer, and a rundown of what to watch this weekend. And you can hear it all by pushing play on the player below. Stick with us!
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Shazam!, Pet Sematary and the Suzie Halewood interview
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_13526615.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />The name has changed, but everything else remains the same! Isn't it nice that, in this crazy world we live in, there's one thing you can still rely on? For example, Jason and Shawn bring you not only a new review From The Basement, but an interview as well. What's the review? The new sci-fi movie Division 19, which hits theatres and digital today. And the interview? With Division 19 writer/director Suzie Halewood. Suzie is an industry veteran, and her new movie has some big ideas in it. She also has a lot to say about our social-media obsessed society. You can hear her talk all about it, and her career, on this extended cut podcast! What do Jason and Shawn think about Division 19? Stick with us! The Basement Boys also sound off on the new Joker trailer and the upcoming evil "Superman" movie Brightburn. Plus there's this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show, and a new review by Mike S. And it's all free! Free I tells yah! So push play on the player below, and enjoy... bitches!
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The Dirt, Triple Threat, Dumbo and Unplanned
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-1494x1494+0+78_13458541.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />The Basement Boys are back in town, and they're ready to pleasure your ear holes with a Triple Threat of reviews, and all the entertainment news you need to plan your viewing for the week ahead. That's right, we worked one of the flicks on the chopping block this episode into the last sentence. Pretty cool, yes? Oui! Jason and Shawn trade off on reviews of the martial arts actioner Triple Threat -- starring the awesomeness that is Tony Jaa, Tiger Chen, Iko Uwais, Michael Jai White and Scott Adkins -- and The Dirt, Netflix's Motley Crue biopic. What do the boys think? Stick wth us! The Dynamic Duo also take on the horror short The Pale Faced Lady from filmmaker Jeff Payne. How does this 10-minute nightmare stack up against feature-length ghost stories? Tune in to find out. You also get this morning's Basement segment on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show featuring Howie Reimer. Jason, Shawn and Howie discuss the latest releases on the big and small screen, plus throw down on Jordan Peele's Us. You can hear it all right now, by pushing play on the player below.
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Us, Triple Frontier and Flay
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_13431261.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Only one big release in theatres, but still lots of all things entertainment to talk about. Not to mention an exclusive movie to review. That's what Jason and Shawn are up to during the next half hour. You get this morning's Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show segment featuring guest host Shane Woodford, and two more movie reviews for your ear holes. Not to mention a little (local) entertainment news as well. All for free, bitches! What's the exclusive review? Director Eric Pham made a movie called Flay starring the lovely Elle LaMont that was blocked from release by Sony because the flick's villain looks a lot like Slender Man, which Sony owns the rights to. Well, that legal battle is over, and Jason and Shawn got a look at the finished film. Is it Good, Bad, or Ugly? Stick with us! Then the Dynamic Duo take on Ben Affleck's expanding girth and his latest action movie Triple Frontier. Well, more like "action movie" actually. Is it worth your streaming time on this Friday eve? You'll have to listen... And Shawn teases an upcoming metal show in the boys' home town of Kamloops in an effort to promote the local music scene. You like metal? We like metal here in The Basement. You can hear it all right here, right now, by pushing play!
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Captive State, Five Feet Away and Wonder Park
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_13389061.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />The Basement Boys return with another extended cut podcast full of the latest entertainment news, reviews and attitude one has come to expect from Jason and Shawn! You get this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show with Howie Reimer. That's where Jason and Shawn run down the weekend's big movie releases; releases like Captive State with John Goodman, Five Feet Away, and the animated Wonder Park. But there's more... so much more! Jason reviews Sweet Pain, the latest release from John Fallon's Bruise Productions, Shawn watches (kinda) the new Netflix actioner Triple Frontier, and Mike S takes on the found-footage movie Quarantine starring Jennifer Carpenter. Anything else? There's a frank discussion about a blue Will Smith in Aladdin, thoughts on all the Disney live-action adaptations coming our way, and Shawn falls down the rabbit hole that is YouTube. And some other stuff I'm having a hard time remembering at the moment. You can hear it all right here, right now, by pushing play. Stick with us!
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Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral and Greta
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000-1316x1316+10+466_13339883.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />This weekend, moviegoers will say good bye to an honoured "friend," one who has entertained them through at least 10 feature films. We're sure there will be tears, and a few moments of sadness in cinemas the next few days. Except for Jason and Shawn, who haven't seen even one of Tyler Perry's Madea movies. It's nothing personal; it's just not their thing. But they are here to update you on what to watch in theatres and at home this weekend during the Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show segment. That's just the beginning, though, as The Basement Boys have a whole bunch of other stuff up their collective sleeves. For instance, there's an update on that Brie Larson Thang, and a Basement PSA on the MoMo "Challenge" that's targeting young YouTube watchers and gamers. Plus a few other bits of entertainment news that'll dazzle your digital footprint. You know what to do, Constant Listener: push play on the player below, enjoy, and stick with us!
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How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, Fighting with My Family and Big Legend
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_13302218.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />The extended cut podcast returns, bringing you a look at what to watch at home and in theatres, as well as the latest entertainment news, a review, and a slightly political -- yet still movie-related -- rant. But don't worry, Jason and Shawn are still entertaining and shit! In addition to this week's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show -- wherein Jason, Shawn and Howie run down the weekend's big releases How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden Kingdom and Fighting with My Family -- you also get Jason and Shawn's review of the new Bigfoot-themed horror flick Big Legend. Is it a movie as awesome as its main villain? Stick with us! And stick around as The Basement Boys chime in on the latest entertainment news, including the final nail being driven into Marvel's Netflix coffin, and the announcement of The Haunting of Hill House season 2. Also, Jason opens fire on the campaign to sabotage Captain Marvel and star Brie Larson by white, insecure males. Plus we've got the latest review from our resident twit, Mike S. You can hear it all right here, right now, by pushing play on the player below.
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The Marc Natoli interview, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Cold Pursuit, The Prodigy and What Men Want
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/85/2c/be/filmreviewsfromthebasement/3000x3000_13252503.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />We Came from the Basement returns with an exclusive one-on-one interview with rising action star Marc Natoli! That's it. Thanks for tuning in... Just kidding! Jason sat down with Marc and talked about his role in the upcoming action/horror flick No Man's Ridge from writer/director Eric Red. They also discuss how Marc's lifetime of training in the martial arts led him to acting, what movies inspired him to pursue this career, and what it's like being on the cusp of a career in film. It's a great 14-minute conversation every movie fan needs to hear. Jason and Shawn also talk Netflix's newest action epic Polar, Tommy Wiseau's return to filmmaking, and the demise of World War Z 2. Oh, and Mike S leaves his Twitter keyboard behind and returns to The Basement with a review of Mamma. Toss in this morning's segment from the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show and you've got yourself a podcast to pleasure your ear holes. Push play, and stick with us!
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