On this episode of “New Horror Express”, we talk with renegade indie filmmaker and legendary B-movie producer, Lloyd Kaufman.
THIS EPISODE: INTERVIEW WITH FILMMAKER LLOYD KAUFMAN (#SHAKESPEARESSHITSTORM)
NHE host Scott Murphy chats to writer/director, Troma co-founder, and indie filmmaking legend Lloyd Kaufman about his latest film #ShakespearesShitstorm. The film is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” done in Troma’s inimitable style.
In the interview (beginning at 2:11), we talk to Lloyd about why he wanted to tackle “The Tempest,” how the production came to shoot part of the film in Albania, and why this may be his final film as a director (although possibly not). Also, he talks about the main themes of the movie, why he prefers to work alongside the young, and how this shoot was relatively less stressful than some other Troma shoots.
Elsewhere in the interview, Lloyd tells us about his filmmaking philosophy, some of the projects Troma is currently producing, and the latest news on the Macon Blair helmed Toxic Avenger remake.
Plus, Lloyd gives his uncensored and candid takes on a variety of other topics — from Sundance to Cannes, to mainstream film critics, to cancel culture and much more.
You can watch the trailer for #ShakespearesShitstorm here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYeZH8QrJFM
You can sign up and get your free month trial at Troma Now here: http://watch.troma.com/
ABOUT THIS PODCAST
Host Scott Murphy (host of the Guilty Pleasures Podcast) chats to the best indie talent the horror genre has to offer. While the show typically focuses on indie directors, actors and writers are often a part of the conversation as well.
Murphy is a freelance journalist, reviewer and podcaster. He got into horror in his early teens and has not looked back since. As well as reviewing on New Horror Express, he currently writes reviews for The Wee Review and has previously written for Slimehouse TV, Subtitled Online and The 405. His favorite horror movie is The Shining, and his favorite horror novel is Interview with The Vampire.
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