The High Five Podcast Episode 60 – Five Fantastic Female Horror Directors!

On this week’s episode of the podcast, I’m celebrating a quintet of women horror directors whose work has blown me away recently. I’m talking Chelsea Stardust, Nia DaCosta, Danishka Esterhazy, Leigh Janiak and Jackie Kong!

Throughout the episode, I mentioned the following episodes:

I also mentioned this great Shock Waves interview with Jackie Kong! And Dastardly Double Feature #3, talking about Blood Diner and Chopping Mall.

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The High Five Podcast Episode 55 – Real World Round Up

On this week’s episode, I’m moving away from the fictional world I usually inhabit when it comes to the podcast and talking about things that have actually happened! There’s not much of a theme beyond that, but it was fun to talk about a pair of books I’ve read recently as well as two documentaries and one docu-series. Truth is often stranger than fiction and that’s definitely the case with this episode!

I’m not sure if it’s currently available, but here’s the link for thee How Did This Get Made episode that Matthew Berry appeared on. As an added bonus, here’s him in Avengers Endgame.

Also, if you’re curious to explore the world of Bright Sun Films, do it up! In fact, here’s one about the making of Closed For Storm:

And finally, here’s a bananas scenes from Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark!

As always, you can email me at high5tj at gmail.com or follow me on Twitter and Instagram. Also feel free to subscribe to my YouTube Channel!

The High Five Podcast Episode 11 – The Amazon Queue Clean-Up

On this week’s episode of The High Five Podcast, you get to hear about the movies I dug after cleaning out my Amazon Video queue and going all the way back to the beginning of that list!

In the episode I mention both Friday the 13th: A New Beginning and Vertigo Visions: Phantom Stranger. Follow those links if you want to read my thoughts on those stories! Oh and if you’re curious about It’s All Connected 2020, you can check it out here. It was a lot of fun and I hope to integrate this year’s version into the podcast down the line!

Prime Time: Concrete Cowboys (1979)

I decided to watch Concrete Cowboys on Amazon Video for one reason: vintage Tom Selleck. I was delighted to see that he’s but one of many favorite actors in this movie. First off, you’ve got Morgan Fairchild pulling double duty as sisters, one looking for the other. And you’ll probably recognize co-star Jerry Reed as Cledus from the Smoky And The Bandit flicks. They proved stellar enough to make my decision a good one, plus the rest of the movie’s pretty good too! Continue reading Prime Time: Concrete Cowboys (1979)