For our 100th episode, we explore an area of New World Pictures’ history that we’ve never discussed: when other companies had to release their movies because they were broke! Such is the case with 1989’s WARLOCK, despite the presence of director Steve Miner, who had made some of New World’s biggest hits, and Executive producer Arnold Kopelson, who had just won an Academy Award! Joining us in the discussion is Lindsay Wilkins from the Schlock and Awe podcast so we could properly discuss Mary Woronov’s greatness, Julian Sands’ charming but limited powers, and Richard E. Grant’s accent! Plus, we crunch the numbers on being a Mennonite, reveal what it’s like partying in your 40’s, and discuss the power of putting pennies in your mouth!
Director Steve Minor
Writer David Twohy
Stars Julian Sands, Lori Singer, Richard E. Grant