Filmwhys #13 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and All Superheroes Must Die
It’s that time again folks, another Filmwhys episode has been released to the general public. This week I have guest Jason Soto of the site Your Face who asks me the question why haven’t I seen The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the original one from 1974, a low budget horror movie that first introduced us to Leatherface. And in return I ask him why he hasn’t seen All Superheroes Must Die, which is pretty close to a superhero horror movie. I was also able to ask a few brief questions with the creator of All Superheroes Must Die, Jason Trost at the end of the episode.
Click here to listen, or you can also find me on iTunes and Stitcher. As always, I appreciate it if you give a review, like, thumbs up, subscribe and all that stuff and leave me a comment, let me know what you like, even what you didn’t. And join in the episode, share your own Film Whys. Just any old film that you haven’t seen but feel like you should really get around to soon. And be sure and help support independent movies, and original ideas. You can contribute to Jason Trost’s campaign for his All Superheroes Must Die sequel, A World Without Superheroes right here on Indie Gogo.I might be off next week, but I’ll be back again the week after. If you want to check out older episodes of Filmwhys be sure to visit the archives. Until next time, this has been Bubbawheat for Flights, Tights, and Movie Nights.
Posted on September 1, 2013, in Podcasts and tagged filmwhys, filmwise, interview, movies, podcast, review. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
Good show. All Superhereos Must Die sounds like a great concept so I’ll have to check it out.
If you can look past the low budget, it’s got a lot of great stuff in there, worth a look for sure.