We chat with indie filmmaker Tom Lee Rutter about his upcoming fantastical feature film “The Pocket Film of Superstitions” plus much more.
THIS EPISODE: INTERVIEW WITH TOM LEE RUTTER (“THE POCKET FILM OF SUPERSTITIONS”)
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
NHE host Scott Murphy chats to writer/director Tom Lee Rutter about his upcoming film, The Pocket Film of Superstitions, as well as his recent film Day of the Stranger and his 2017 short Bella in the Wych Elm.
In the interview (beginning at 1:38), Tom talk to us about the silent movie influences behind The Pocket Film of Superstitions, as well as the vintage filming techniques he is using for the film and working with cult movie icon Caroline Munro.
Plus, we get into the troubled production of Day of the Stranger and the real life inspiration behind Bella in the Wych Elm.
Elsewhere, as is often the case, there are number of tangential detours in the interview, which include Tom and Scott discussing the comedy of Simon Munnery, the music of The Shend (who is in The Pocket Film of Superstitions) and more chat about Dada than you can shake a proverbial stick at. Plus, we geek out on some joint favorite horrors such as Santa Sangre and Possession.
Learn more about Bella in the Wych Elm here.
Day of the Stranger is available to watch for free on Tubi or Plex.
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.
Be sure to tune in every Monday for new episodes of the NEW HORROR EXPRESS podcast on the Morbidly Beautiful Network.