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SR Ep. 19: Cigarette Burns, Season 3 Wrap Up

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo wrap up Season 3 of the theatrical releases of Auter John Carpenter and his Masters Of Horror entry, ‘Cigarette Burns’!

SR Ep. 19: Cigarette Burns, Season 3 Wrap Up

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo wrap up Season 3 of the theatrical releases of Auter John Carpenter. After 18 episodes, it’s all come down to this as The Lady Wan has some hard-hitting questions for Chris as the season comes to a close.  And it’s not just all reminiscing!  They also discuss Carpenter’s first entry in the Masters Of Horror series, ‘Cigarette Burns’. All this and more as we close the curtain on Season 3!

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SR Ep. 18: The Ward

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Paul of The Countdown Podcast to discuss John Carpenter’s ‘The Ward’.

SR Ep. 18: The Ward

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Paul of The Countdown Podcast to discuss John Carpenter’s final theatrical film (to date), ‘The Ward’.  Amber Heard stars as a woman confined to a mental institution where all is not as it seems.  Also featured in the film are Jared Harris, Danielle Panebaker, and Sydney Sweeney?!?  Is Carpenter’s final film the redemption that ‘Vampires’ should have been? Or we just slowing coasting to a stop?  All this and more in the latest episode of ScreenRun!

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SR Ep. 17: Ghosts Of Mars

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Helen Barletto to discuss John Carpenter’s penultimate film, ‘Ghosts Of Mars’.

SR Ep. 17: Ghosts Of Mars

sode NotesOn this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Helen Barletto to discuss John Carpenter’s penultimate film, ‘Ghosts Of Mars’. Having seen Helen express her love for the film online, we thought it best to get someone in its corner for this round.  ‘Ghosts’ has had its share of detractors over the years, with Chris being one of them back in the day.  But can minds be changed? Has Wan discovered her new favorite Carpenter film.  Well, no.  But has it aged like a fine wine after all this time? Listen on, friends and marvel at the wonder that is, ‘John Carpenter’s Ghosts Of Mars’!

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SR Ep. 16: Vampires

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are rejoined by Jason of Binge Movies to discuss John Carpenter’s ‘Vampires’.

SR Ep. 16: Vampires

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are rejoined by Jason of the great good pirate ship Binge Movies to discuss John Carpenter’s ‘Vampires’. All round general a-hole James Woods stars as vampire slayer Jack Crow, along with the 4th Baldwin brother Daniel in Carpenter’s western/horror/buddy team-up genre picture, ‘Vampires’. A film perfectly built to be Carpenter’s comeback, what worked, what didn’t, and everything else you’ve ever wanted to hear about it is packed into this super-sized episode of ScreenRun!

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SR Ep. 15: Escape From LA 2.0

On this fixed episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo, are joined by returning champion Joe Buttice of Reel Spoilers. More accurately, he broke into the studio and demanded to talk about ‘Escape From LA’.

SR Ep. 15: Escape From LA 2.0

Escape From LA, now with fixed audio! On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo, are joined by returning champion Joe Buttice of Reel Spoilers. More accurately, he broke into the studio and demanded to talk about ‘Escape From LA’. After his visit to discuss ‘Escape From New York, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo decide it’s best to just let it ride. It’s usually best to not get on Joe “Snake” Buttice’s bad side…. How does Carpenter’s first true sequel playout? Does Russell still have what it takes for a second go-round with one of his favorite characters? And what’s up with that surfing scene. All that and more on a groovy new episode of ScreenRun. So hang loose moon-doggie!

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SR Ep. 14: Village Of The Damned

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Claire of W-Rated podcast to discuss John Carpenter’s, or perhaps Universal’s remake of ‘Village Of The Damned’.

SR Ep. 14: Village Of The Damned

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Claire of W-Rated Podcast to discuss John Carpenter’s, or perhaps Universal’s remake of ‘Village Of The Damned’.  It’s 1995 and Carpenter defies typecasting bias by bringing in Christopher Reeve, Mark Hamill, and Kirstie Alley to tell his version of those dang weird alien brood.  Focusing this time from the mother’s perspective, is Carpenter able to push past classic studio interference and deliver an entertaining update?   Or are pressures just to difficult to overcome?

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SR Ep. 13: In The Mouth Of Madness

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Mr. David Rosen of Piecing It Together pod to discuss John Carpenter’s “In The Mouth Of Madness’.

SR Ep. 13: In The Mouth Of Madness

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Mr. David Rosen of Piecing It Together pod to discuss what is generally considered John Carpenter’s last great film, “In The Mouth Of Madness’.  Arguments ensue as some on the show struggle to call it good.  Sam Neill stars as a John Trent, an insurance investigator assigned to locate missing horror novelist Sutter Cane.  As Neill gets closer, reality itself starts to unravel.  But don’t worry, this episode stands firmly rooted in reality.  Basically.

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SR Ep. 12: Memoirs Of An Invisible Man

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by friend of the show Seannah to discuss yet another film that almost drove John Carpenter out of the industry. It’s ‘Memoirs Of An Invisible Man’!

SR Ep. 12: Memoirs Of An Invisible Man

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by friend of the show Seannah to discuss yet another film that almost drove John Carpenter out of the industry, and when I say the industry, I mean the business.  It’s ‘Memoirs Of An Invisible Man’!  Chevy Chase and Darryl Hannah star along with Sam Neill in the bomb that may have also derailed Chevy’s career…on purpose…?  It’s action-packed episode won’t disappear from your ears anytime soon!

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SR Ep. 11: They Live

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Robert Yaniz Jr. of Crooked Table Productions to discuss John Carpenter’s seminal sci-fi political satire wester buddy action comedy, ‘They Live’!

SR Ep. 11: They Live

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Robert Yaniz Jr., superstar host and proprietor of Crooked Table Productions to discuss John Carpenter’s seminal sci-fi political satire wester buddy action comedy, ‘They Live’!  Roddy Piper stars as Nada, the drifter that stumbles upon the greatest secret that we all kinda’ already know.  It’s up to him and his new friend Frank (the always engaging Keith David) to save the world, and stage what is possibly the greatest fight scene in cinema history. So grab your super-secret x-ray specs and prepare yourselves for truths to be revealed in this latest episode of ScreenRun!

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SR Ep. 10: Prince Of Darkness

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by Jeff from Films At Home to discuss John Carpenter’s ‘Prince Of Darkness’.

SR Ep. 10: Prince Of Darkness

On this episode of ScreenRun, The Lady Wan and Chris Scalzo are joined by a bonafide YouTube sensation.  Jeff from Films At Home joins the show to discuss John Carpenter’s ‘Prince Of Darkness’.  The second film in Carpenter’s Apocalypse Trilogy and the continuation of his return to low budget filming since become yet another cult classic.  So why does it work so well after all these years?  And what the heck is Dennis Dunn up to in this movie?  That and a whole bunch more in this latest thrilling episode of ScreenRun! Note: Click the link to check out Jeff’s review of Scream Factory’s 4k release of Prince Of Darkness!

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Welcome to ScreenRun, the movie podcast that focus each season on one particular director, actor, series, or whatever strained subjects your erstwhile hosts can come up with. Season 4 is all Body Snatchers (or other various body-controlling parasites). So get ready for some spooky, sometimes icky, and always fun discussions!