Bill Oberst Jr., one of the horror genre’s finest and most revered, chats with Billy Crash about movies, theatre, acting, Ray Bradbury, life, and so much more.
Please do not miss this interview with one fantastic and engaging gentleman. Bill Oberst Jr. is someone special who has earned an Emmy and many other accolades from being on the large and small screen over the past decade. Listen in and you’ll find out why he’s been so successful – and why he’s so respected.
Please visit Bill Oberst Jr.‘s website, Facebook, and Twitter – you won’t be disappointed.
No, we’re not talking about “happy endings” from horror filmmakers, you poor desperate soul – or fixing that busted fan of yours that ran all summer long. “Fan service” has usually been associate with manga and anime from Japan, where scenes are purposefully injected into the story to satisfy fans. Has fan service been used in horror? You bet. And we’ll discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of it. Wait, was that fan service for Sergio Leone? Just listen to the show and find out how some horror filmmakers go out of their way to please you.
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