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The Flashback Interview: Kelli Maroney

by Johnny Capson December 14, 2017
My newest interview subject, Kelli Maroney, is actually a talent I’ve interviewed before. I interviewed her via e-mail for RetroJunk, my previous writing base, in 2007. The interview may have happened only 10 years ago, but for me, it’s more like a lifetime ago. When I first interviewed Kelli Maroney, I was in a very […]

The Flashback Interview: Leah Ayres

by Johnny Capson December 6, 2017
My first exposure to my next interview subject came via the 1988 movie Bloodsport. Leah Ayres played Janice Kent, the movie’s female lead. She made an impression on me with her beauty and her talent, and as I delved further into her career, I became impressed not only by her work on-screen, but her work […]

The Flashback Interview: Lezlie Deane

by Johnny Capson November 2, 2017
I was first introduced to my next interview subject, Lezlie Deane, through my friendship with former interview subject JJ Cohen, who co-starred with her in the 1988 horror favorite 976-Evil. I sent her a friend request shortly afterward, and we got to know each other well enough to do an interview in 2015. Unfortunately, a […]

Pop Geeks Reviews Wild Eye Releasing’s Antihuman

by Johnny Capson October 31, 2017
Antihuman is not a movie about nihilism, nor is it a biography about George Carlin. Antihuman is a movie that, although its’ billed as a horror movie like Resident Evil, is more of a psychological horror piece. The movie, set in England, centers around Maggie (Anya Korzun), a dying young woman who is hoping to […]

Pop Geeks Reviews The Asylum’s Zoombies

by Johnny Capson October 19, 2017
Johnny Caps here. I was recently asked to review the movie Zoombies, an Asylum release from 2016 which is screening tonight, October 19th, at Cinemark Theaters as part of their screening series of films from the studio,¬†written about recently by our own Peter Paltridge. I’ve certainly heard of The Asylum’s work, and a lot of […]

The Flashback Interview: James Balsamo

by Johnny Capson October 12, 2017
I attended Chiller Theatre in October of 2016 and, as I do every time I attend, met a wide variety of talents, from actors and actresses to musicians and models. One of those talents was an independent filmmaker named James Balsamo. He had a quick wit, sending out jokes and puns at a rapid pace. […]

Remembering Tom Petty, A Great Singer

by Johnny Capson October 3, 2017
On Monday, October 2nd, 2017, it was officially announced that singer Tom Petty has passed away. When his passing was officially announced, I felt the same way I did about Prince’s passing. Tom Petty was another artist that got me through some of the roughest times of my life. There was something fascinating about his […]

The Flashback Interview: Nichole McAuley

by Johnny Capson September 19, 2017
I first came across Nichole McAuley when I saw she was going to be a guest at The Hollywood Show, a popular autograph convention based in California. Although I didn’t buy her autograph, I was fascinated by reading her biography on the site. With stints as a dancer, a model, a singer, an actress and […]

The Flashback Interview: Debra Lamb

by Johnny Capson September 3, 2017
(Cover photo by David Hauser) It was a pretty boring Summer, with the occasional rough patch at work, but some nice things happened during the season. One of them was my next interview. My first exposure to Debra Lamb came when I purchased the 1987 movie “Stripped To Kill” on DVD. Ms. Lamb’s dancing stood […]

The Flashback Interview: Tane McClure

by Johnny Capson September 1, 2017
The first time I heard Tane McClure was in 2001 when I purchased the DVD of The Terminator and heard her music with the group Tryanglz playing in several scenes. I would then see her in the flesh when I received the DVD of Legally Blonde as a Christmas present in 2001. Ms. McClure had […]

Disney’s Hollywood Studios: 3rd Party’s Over

by Johnny Capson August 1, 2017
D23, the Disney celebration held every two years, had scores of announcements, many of which have been covered here. One thing that I noticed hasn’t gotten much coverage, though, is that The Great Movie Ride, one of the very last attractions left from 1989, back when the park opened as Disney-MGM Studios, will be closing […]

The Flashback Interview: Ken Reid

by Johnny Capson June 8, 2017
I was first introduced to my next interview subject when he would occasionally comment on my articles when I wrote for RetroJunk. I had no idea of the depths of his talent or his pop-cultural knowledge until several years later, when we befriended each other on Facebook. His name is Ken Reid, and his knowledge […]