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Episode 5: Fatal Pictures Special with Robert Nolan, Bill Oberst Jr. and Zach Green

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This fifth episode of A Real Horror Show is all about the fantastic Canadian horror film company Fatal Pictures. They have produced three incredible, visceral and thoughtful horror shorts Worm, Familiar, and Heir. I talk to producer Zach Green, intense, subtle and brilliant actor Robert Nolan (who appears in all three films) and the hardest working actor in genre movies today, the always wonderful and interesting Bill Oberst Jr.

It’s three fascinating conversations with the people who are going to bring us the best and most cutting edge horror in the decades to come. You heard it here first.

To learn more about Fatal Pictures and where Heir is screening, please check out their website: https://fatalpictures.wordpress.com and their Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fatal-Pictures/192817417422570

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About Jon Cross

My earliest movie image, that I can remember, is that of the demon/devil in the Night on Bald Mountain segment of Fantasia which I saw at the cinema when I was around 3 years old. Although it wouldn't be till my early teens that my serious love of the horror genre would flourish, it's interesting to me that my earliest memory is of something scary. I have been writing as long as I can remember but since 2010 I have been writing a movie review blog and since 2011 I have hosted my own podcast over at www.aftermoviediner.com. While producing the show I have had the chance to interview genre favourites like Barbara Crampton, Jim Wynorski, William Sadler, Brian Trenchard-Smith, William Lustig and Herschell Gordon Lewis among others. My writing has also been featured in the 'I Love Bad Movies' Zine and on Bruce Campbell's personal website.

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