This episode of the SliceCast features the OG Slicer, Nic White of CinemaSlice, chatting about the awesome event that was this month’s inaugural Slice of Fright Fest. We chat about some of the great films, the filming of his latest project, and some news about upcoming episodes of the podcast.
It’s my pleasure to introduce the super talented, Justin Harlan. Justin is the resident podcaster for CinemaSlice, but he’s also very active in the indy film community, running multiple website in support of independent cinema!
Justin has been running websites since his first Geocities site in 1994, but only did he ever start covering anything of substance years later. After he stopped regularly running local concerts in Northern NJ and the greater Philly area, he knew he needed to step up his writing game if he expected to continue to get free music to listen to. Writing about music lead to writing more about film… then podcasting… and now just being an unapologetic genre film obsessed nerd.
He writes regularly at the site he runs, The Farsighted, and Cinapse, as well as on occasion at Cinepunx. He’s back writing more about music with Rock on Philly, too. He previously wrote for several other sites (Decapolis, Crap Filter, Yule Blog), but he forgets some of them and others no longer exist.
Here on CinemaSlice, he is working on a collaborative film and music podcast called SliceCast. (Check out the SliceCast at CinemaSlice.com/SliceCast or on iTunes ). He aims to release 1-2 episodes per month, but isn’t always super successful with that goal. Doing 3 million things, which includes raising two crazy young boys and balancing all that work/life stuff, can sometimes create speedbumps. Please don’t be mad at him.
And, he’d be remiss if he forgot to say… FLY EAGLES FLY!
Philly pride all up in this jawn this week, y’all. Philly native August Aguilar may live in Knoxville, but he still loves his home in the Northeast. In fact, it’s one of his favorite places in the world to visit… and to make films. This week, he talks to Justin about film, Philly, music, and his website EL BURRITO BLOG.
The cast is then taken over by horror film aficionado and dope emcee Johnny Zuko for a few words and a couple of great tracks.
If you don’t like this week’s guests, I’ll have to just quote PE and say that “I can’t do nuthin’ for ya, man!”