CMF’s own Vikas got to chat with Writer/Director/Actor and now Show Runner Adam Green about his new show HOLLISTON which premiered on April 3rd on FEARnet. He had some great things to say about his show, cow poop, life after college, his relationship with Oderus Urungus, illegal downloading, and advice for young filmmakers. Take a listen and let us know if you’ve seen the show and what you thought!

*Heads up - It’s an audio only interview, and because he had so much great stuff to say we didn’t cut it short. It’s worth the length though! (that’s what she said.)


We just finished our interview with director Adam Green about his new show Holliston on FEARnet. We’ll have the audio up for you tomorrow, but in the meantime be sure to check out the show TONIGHT at 10:30pm ET / 7:30pm PT on FEARnet… or download it on iTunes mañana


We just heard about this new show on FEARnet called Holliston which is interesting on a few levels.

1. FEARnet’s first original scripted program. (Starts April 3, 2012)
2. Created by and starring the filmmakers behind Hatchet, Frozen, and Wrong Turn2.
3. Dee Snider and GWAR front thing in major supporting roles, plus cameos by lots of other horror icons. See?

It’s a sitcom described as “Big Bang Theory meets Evil Dead 2.” I wonder why it’s not Big Bang Theory meets the first Evil Dead… Anyway, we’re going to chat with Adam Green and find out more about the show. Let us know if you have any questions for him about Holliston or any of his other work!


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Listen and laugh! This guy is part of our Distinguished Filmmakers Network. 


Trailer Talk - The Hangover Part II (2011)

Jess: I laughed hard at this trailer which is concerning to me. Usually when a trailer is really funny you’re getting the only funny parts of the movie. Hope that it’s more than a same-shit-different-city premise, but keeping my expectations low. That always makes movies better anyway.

JR: Seems like a bad idea. Will probably make billions.

Ramsey: Same jokes different day, but the jokes still work. Or at least I hope so… This dynamic trio…um, lone wolfpack has left a void in comedies since the movie. I am hoping they deliver again. I plan on watching this the same way as I did the last. Sitting at the Starlight Drive In with adult beverages, grilling some food, and laughing with my friends.

Megan: Oh goddddd monkeys are so disgusting. That nasty little thing is sure to cancel out the three funny jokes this movie contains (that I probably already just saw in the trailer).