On this installment of The PAPER STREET Podcast, Becky and Shawn discuss the looming return of on-set production, what film sets might look like in a social distancing world, and whether productions should return to the norm of 12+ hour days. They also touch on how many directors get away with more because of their end result: on-time, on or under-budget, and/or financially successful films.
The hosts are joined on this one by musician, composer, and frequent Paper Street collaborator Alex Cuervo, who talks about his metal and punk rock origins, how it informed his love of genre, and his eventual foray into film music. Plus, a fun round of 'Rapid Fire 15' with Alex, a couple clips from his killer SCARE PACKAGE score, random train sounds, Becky's Deep Cut Slasher of the Week, and more!
SHOW NOTES & LINKS
— Paper Street Pictures' homepage
— Theme Music: Espectrostatic - "Dead End City"
— The SCARE PACKAGE Soundtrack!
— Try SHUDDER for free!
— The trailer for HORROR NOIRE
— Alex Cuervo's official website
-- Alex on on Twitter & Instagram
— Espectrostatic on Bandcamp
— Eerie Family on Bandcamp
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