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Episode 288 finds your hosts talking about the new vampire movie, “Jakob’s Wife”. Barbara Crampton and Larry Fessenden are a couple who don’t just have to contend with complacency and the challenges of marriage, but also…get this...vampirism!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chewing the Scenery can…
 
This week's guest is the hilarious Jonathan Hoover: "just a gay man casually awaiting a cease-and-desist letter from Patti Lupone." Jonathan is an amazingly talented musical theatre performer behind Inappropriate Patti: the Instagram sensation that features his hilarious impersonations of Patti Lupone. We'll find out how it all started and what doo…
 
Episode 287 is about the 2009 Horror Comedy Vampire movie, “Suck”. You can say that this one has a “star studded cast” or that there was some ‘stunt casting” involved, but this movie still relies on the lesser-known and unknown actors to tell the story and execute the gags. Have you seen better horror comedies? Yes. Is this one worth a look? That’s…
 
We've only been back for one episode in our second season, but we needed to take a VACATION! Ha! So, for Episode 27: Labor (Day) of Love, we're giving you the gift of games!! So many games! From Actor's Die So Loud with Richelle Meese to Backstage Romance with Benji Rivera and Connor Wince and even Casting Queen with Brita Filter we keep the laughs…
 
Episode 286 is about one of the most unusual films your hosts have ever discussed on the show. “The Wolf House” (2018) is a feature length animated film by Chilean filmmakers Joaquin Cocina and Cristobal Leon. To explain it would take too long, so just see it and listen to the episode!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily …
 
Episode 285 is about the 2019 movie “30 Miles from Nowhere”. This one takes place in Wisconsin, but it’s no “Blood Beat”. The actors do the best they can with what they’re given and that is about that. But go ahead and watch it before you listen to the episode.Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chew…
 
Fasten your seatbelts, theatre lovers, cuz this one is gonna be a bump-(and grind)-y ride!! For the start of our third cycle (and our 2nd year!), the irresistably naughty Bridget Everett joins us and we talk all about her journey from Kansas-born, ASU opera student to darling of the NYC cabaret world to executive producing and starring in her upcom…
 
Episode 284 takes you back to the boot-shaped country for a little kick of Giallo, courtesy of Sergio Martino. You guessed it- your kind hosts will be talking about the 1973 classic, “Torso”.Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chewing the Scenery can be found on Soundcloud, iTunes and Stitcher. Pleas…
 
Episode 283 helps you start to wind down your Summer with a little trip to the beach. “But wait, is is safe to go back to the beach?” you might ask. The short answer is “no”. But you’ve come to expect that. Your dear hosts talk about some beach movies with monsters in them. So, come on in- the water’s warm!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewin…
 
Episode 282 is something a little different. Or maybe it’s something a little similar, depending on how you look at it. Your hosts are talking about the 2020 South African feature film, “Fried Barry”. This one, although odd, is not entirely unique. How so? Listen and find out!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us o…
 
Episode 281 finds your hosts discussing the finer points of Italian Sharksploitation movies. Yes, there were people who recognized the success of “Jaws” and wanted a piece of that! Were feelings hurt? Perhaps. Were lawsuits filed? Definitely! Your hosts watched a bunch of these so you don’t have to!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescen…
 
In Episode 280, two of your hosts, Will and Richard get together to talk about a 1975 giallo film from director Andrea Bianchi. This one checks all of the boxes of what you should expect from these particular films of Italian horror.So, pour yourself a J&B, put on your leather jumpsuit and matching helmet, and get going!Find us on Instagram, where …
 
Episode 279 finds your hosts talking about the 1986 Horror Comedy, “Vamp”, starring Grace Jones. Some listeners may wonder why it was so monumentally difficult to hire an exotic dancer in the 1980’s. This was just in the movies…real life was much simpler!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chewing th…
 
Episode 278 is just what you need a hot Summer day- a trip to “Blood Beach”. As much as you might think it looks just like Santa Monica or that the cop from Chicago sounds just like he’s from New York, just give in to the experience of “Blood Beach”. It’ll be easier that way.Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on…
 
Episode 277 is about the award winning 1991 film “Silence of the Lambs”. Your hosts each had not seen the movie in years, and discuss it fresh off of a re-watch.Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chewing the Scenery can be found on Soundcloud, iTunes and Stitcher. Please rate, review and subscribe- …
 
It's been one whole year, people, and we are ready to celebrate this singularly, sensational achievement on our 25th episode! We will look back at "cycle two" of our show and celebrate all that we've achieved so far - naming names and playing games all along the way! And, what's the biggest thrill for Ashley and Scott? We have a guest host grilling…
 
Episode 276 is about a 2020 Horror Comedy known as “Psycho Goreman”. It happens to be a Canadian movie AND has kids with pits. Do you see a trend developing with Will’s movie picks? Anyway, you just might be entertained and have some laughs watching this one!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chewin…
 
Episode 275 marks the triumphant return to in-person recording! That’s right, your dear hosts have gotten their jabs and have returned to the studio for a discussion of the hard-to-find anthology, “Necronomicon” (1993). Jeffrey Combs stars in the wraparound as H.P. Lovecraft, seeking the “Book of the Dead” in a very unusual library. The rest of the…
 
Tregoney Shepherd is in the studio with us this week and we are beside ourselves with excitement! Tregoney is a Valley of the Sun native who made it to the top with Broadway runs and National Tours of Les Miserables and Phantom of the Opera and additional tours of Mary Poppins and a little show you may have heard of...Wicked!! No wonder she created…
 
Episode 274 finds your dear hosts talking about the 1996 Peter Jackson directed film, “The Frighteners”. Jackson and writing partner Fran Walsh came up with the idea while writing the script for “Heavenly Creatures”- a much more serious work. Michael J Fox and Trini Alvarado star in this one, but there is a lot competing for the spotlight in this o…
 
Episode 273 covers some old ground. Like 1987 old. Your hosts will be talking about supernatural horror film, “The Gate”. Is this thing a kid’s horror movie? Is it a horror comedy? A supernatural adventure? Well, yes on all of those things to varying degrees. Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chewi…
 
Episode 272 finds your hosts talking about the exciting sequel to “Train to Busan”. That’s right, “Peninsula” picks up four years later and has everything a horror fan who loves action movies is looking for. That’s right- horror and action! Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chewing the Scenery can …
 
On this week's episode we are thrilled to chat with Katie McFadzen and Debra K Stevens - two amazing theatre artists who have made a huge impact on the world of Theatre for Young Audiences both here in Arizona and across the country. But don't let TYA scare you. We will, of course, be drinking our fill of the cocktail of the week while we play a hi…
 
Episode 271 finds two of your three hosts talking about a brand new movie, “The Power” (2021). This is the story of a nurse in 1974 London during scheduled blackouts. Val is scheduled for the overnight shift in a spooky hospital and seems to have something after her.Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook…
 
Episode 270 is about one of those revolutionary horror films that turns the genre on its ear. Or that’s what it supposes to do when it’s not busy telling you how clever it is. You guessed it- your hosts are talking about “The Cabin in the Woods” (2011). The guys talk about the things it got right as well as the things it could have done differently…
 
This week's episode is a Hollywood fairytale come true as we chat with the anything-but-typical actress, Rachel Redleaf! Find out how Rachel went from the youth theatre stages of Scottsdale, AZ to playing the recurring role of bubbly Beth Chapin in the Netflix hit, Atypical. Along her incredible journey she's even given us a little Mama Cass in Qui…
 
Episode 269 takes you away on a vacation. Well, as the poster art says, “It started as a vacation”. Most vacations aren’t usually ruined in the way this movie shows you. That’s right, “Piranha 2, The Spawning” shows you how a bad vacation could be a whole lot worse. You’ll never complain about room service again!Find us on Instagram, where we are @…
 
Episode 268 is about the 1973 film, “Ganja & Hess”. The filmmakers were tasked with making a "blaxploitation vampire film” and came back with something that was, well... more “artsy” than that.Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chewing the Scenery can be found on Soundcloud, iTunes and Stitcher. Ple…
 
We know you're wondering, "How could Scott and Ashley put together a show that features improv acting, musical theatre and The Bachelor?!" To which we reply, "What're you? Living under a rock?" Richelle Meiss is in the mansion and she's gonna serve us our "most dramatic episode yet" as she lets us into the world of Bachelor: The Unauthorized Parody…
 
Episode 267 is about an unusual horror comedy from 2012 called “Excision”. Some titans of quirkiness as well as some lesser-known actors are cast in this (first ever) feature film by writer-director Richard Bates Jr.. Does it make you laugh or disturb you? Yes. On at least one or maybe both of those things.Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewin…
 
Episode 266 may seem a little late to the party, but your hosts will be discussing a 1986 slasher (?) called “April Fool’s Day”. Is this more of a prank movie than a horror movie? You might want to decide that for yourself. But hey, it has Biff from “Back to the Future” in it!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us o…
 
How do you go from the corn fields of Iowa to being the first American Eponine on Broadway? How do you go from playing Columbia in the Rocky Horror show in early 80s San Fran to becoming the darling of Andrew Lloyd Webber? How do you have a fabulous and varied Broadway and touring career and then reinvent yourself in Phoenix, AZ? It's all about sta…
 
Episode 265 is about a 2011 slasher/home invasion movie, “You’re Next”. This one has one element that most similar movies lack: capable actors. Oh, and another: a good script. Although it might not be something a non-horror fan would want to endure, it feels like a good, crazy ride for the rest of us!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthesc…
 
It's a bonus episode!!! And, oh what a bonus it is! We have Lana Gordon and Jelani Remy in the house. These powerhouse, triple-threat performers are here to talk all about their upcoming concert in Scottsdale: Broadway Perspectives - A Concert Celebrating Diversity. You know how we are, though, and we are going to get them talking about soooo much …
 
Episode 264 is a look at how the Sam Raimi film “The Evil Dead” (1981) stacks up against “Evil Dead 2” (1987) and “Evil Dead” (2013). Since “Evil Dead 2” is pretty much just the first one re-done with more money and more campy craziness, we’re not talking sequels. Re-makes, re-quels, sure. Now, get ready to open the rift and battle the Deadites!Fin…
 
Episode 18 brings us back into the Valley of the Sun with superstars Robert Kolby Harper and Toby Yatso. You know, art isn't easy, but Robbie and Toby have been putting it all together to create fantastic and varied theatrical careers in Phoenix. They are two of the leaders who are helping to shape our theatrical community through their amazing tal…
 
Episode 263 finds your dear hosts talking about a controversial movie from the 70’s, Ken Russell’s “The Devils”(1971). This one stars Oliver Reed and Vanessa Redgrave and it’s based on some actual crazy happenings in 17th-century France. Although not supernatural, this one certainly horrifies!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or…
 
Episode 262 welcomes all things Spring with an episode about some Irish Horror movies. Just when you thought there weren’t any left except “Rawhead Rex”, your hosts managed to find a couple more! Some were not as lively or sensical as you might hope, but you may now make an informed decision on holiday viewing. There’s plenty of fun to have without…
 
We are so excited to have the "elegant" and talented Chelsea Groen join us for Episode 17! She recently finished playing Minnie Fay in the National Tour of Hello, Dolly! with Carolee Carmello and we can't wait to get all the tea!! We'll find out about her journey from a being a busy child actor (she did Annie, like, EVERYWHERE) to attending the pre…
 
Episode 261 is about a lower budget movie from 1981, “The Pit”. This is a Canadian production that was made in Wisconsin and featured a mostly unknown cast. The original script was tampered with, removing most of the metaphorical and making it literal. So, a horny moron kid shoves his enemies into a literal pit containing actual troglodytes. It’s a…
 
Episode 260 covers a movie that could have easily been not so good. Luckily, “Host” (2020) is a bit of a gem. The movie is about a group of six friends, bored during lockdown, who attempt a seance via a Zoom meeting. Of course, things go wrong almost immediately. It is not without a sense of irony that your hosts record the podcast via Zoom.Find us…
 
Episode 259 is a yearly seasonal tradition here at Chewing the Scenery. That’s right, your dear hosts have each selected a Wintry movie for the “Wintry Three”. You’ll enjoy hearing about “Winterskin” (2018), “Avalanche Express” (1979) and “The Children” (2008). Never heard of all those movies? There may be good reasons for that!Find us on Instagram…
 
Episode 258 takes on a slasher classic just in time for the most romantic holiday next to Halloween... Valentine’s Day! That’s right, “My Bloody Valentine” (1981) is up for discussion. Have you ever wondered what the blue collar, male equivalent of the girly pillow fight might be? Have you ever considered what the lovechild of John Candy and Wilfor…
 
Episode 16 brings us the Broadway power couple, Krystina Alabado and Robert Lenzi. When Broadway shut down, Krystina was wowing audiences every night as Gretchen Weiners in Mean Girls and Bob was turning it out in Tina, the Tina Turner Musical! Find out how they made their way to the Great White Way, their thoughts on what it's like to originate ro…
 
Episode 257 delves into a very specific type of horror move: Hindi Language Period Horror. There aren’t many of them, right? “Tumbbad” is an epic movie that is the result of epic efforts on the part of Rahi Anil Barve, Anand Gandhi, Adesh Prasad and several others. Your hosts loved the visuals, the story, the acting and the special effects. Rarely …
 
Episode 256 takes you back to a favorite sub-genre…the witch movie! Although it may now be up for debate whether this is still unanimously a favorite sub-genre, one thing is for sure: ”Gretel and Hansel” is a great-looking movie! Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chewing the Scenery can be found on…
 
We're thrilled to start our second season with Mike Heslin and Nic Wilson (Scotty Dynamo) from the hilarious new series The Influencers (available on Amazon Prime Video). Find out how they got to where they are today from their humble theatre-kid roots in Phoenix, AZ and Toronto, Canada (respectively) and how their artistic love match happened. We'…
 
Episode 255 is about a little-known gem called “Xtro” (1983). Oh, you might disagree that it’s a gem, but that’s like, your opinion, man. Go ahead and find this movie and give it a watch, your dear hosts dare you!Find us on Instagram, where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. Chewing the Scenery can be found on Soundcloud, iTun…
 
Episode 254 is a revisit to a previously discussed movie, “Coherence” (2013). Why would your hosts do such a thing? Well, in addition to it being a good movie, Jolyon was busy illustrating things the first time around and couldn’t be there. If you’ve ever wondered what you’d do if faced with a doppelgänger from a comet-related event, this one is fo…
 
Episode 253 finds your hosts ringing in the New Year as well as celebrating a Decade in Horror! “But shouldn’t that have been last year?” you might ask. Well, the new decade truly started on Jan 1, 2011…that’s how it works. We checked.Your hosts talk about some favorites without putting them in any particular order. As a general guide, Will scrolls…
 
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