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Justin Beahm brings his years in film and publishing to the podcast world in a show featuring interviews with people from all sides of entertainment.

Justin Beahm brings his years in film and publishing to the podcast world in a show featuring interviews with people from all sides of entertainment.


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Justin Beahm brings his years in film and publishing to the podcast world in a show featuring interviews with people from all sides of entertainment.




Episode 26: John Hancock

This episode's guest is filmmaker John Hancock, the director behind LET'S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH, BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY, CALIFORNIA DREAMING, and WOLFEN. John and I have a lengthy discussion about his life and career with special emphasis on his experience as the original director of JAWS 2. A rich, open conversation with one of film's most diverse voices that will be of special interest to JAWS aficionados. DOWNLOAD Fright Rags (use promo code RADIOHOUR10 for 10% off) Midwest...


Episode 25: Q&A

In this episode of the Radio Hour podcast I answer your questions and randomly choose the winner of a Scream Factory IDLE HANDS Blu-ray! From writing to Halloween, through to Shout! Factory and beyond I address your inquiries in a wide-ranging entry that touches on many elements of my professional history. I hope you enjoy. DOWNLOAD Fright Rags (use promo code RADIOHOUR10 for 10% off) Midwest Monsterfest Finally Some Action Kevin Spencer art


Episode 24: Mark Savage

Filmmaker Mark Savage joins me for a wide-ranging discussion that includes his new movie PAIN KILLER, past efforts such as PURGATORY ROAD and STRESSED TO KILL, streaming services, the state of the industry, life in entertainment under the Covid umbrella, his work with me and Reverend Entertainment, physical media, and more. A treasured chat with a treasured friend. This episode is brought to you by Fright Rags ( where you can use promo code RadioHour10 to save 10% on your...


Episode 23: Q&A

Due to a schedule shuffle with the next guest, I put a Q&A episode together where I address questions submitted via social media and email. Topics are diverse including my production process, challenges faced in putting some titles together, treasured nostalgic movies, favorite releases, and personal stories from behind the scenes. Many of these stories are being told for the first time and I hope you enjoy! DOWNLOAD


Episode 22: Charles de Lauzirika

Charles de Lauzirika changed the film documentary game in 2007 with DANGEROUS DAYS: MAKING BLADE RUNNER, an unmatched achievement in cinema archeology. He is behind the restoration of BLADE RUNNER, ALIEN 3, and others, has been behind EPKs for a long list of iconic filmmakers, and has recently moved into the realm of narrative features. On this episode Charles and I explore all sorts of side roads, from KISS to STAR WARS, and dive deep on his many influential years in behind-the-scenes...


Episode 21: Michael Felsher

Michael Felsher is a contemporary giant in the world of film documentary and special features with his production company Red Shirt Pictures. The list of films he has produced material for is a mile long and includes Anchor Bay, Synapse, Shout! Factory, among others. He has had relationships with some of the most beloved names in the horror genre, and has an endless roll of fascinating stories about his adventures in the trenches. In this discussion Michael and I cover a lot, from his...


Episode 20: Joe Lynch

Joe Lynch loves Chuck Russell's THE BLOB, is the director of WRONG TURN 2, KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM, EVERLY, MAYHEM, and most recently 2019's POINT BLANK. Along with fellow filmmaker Adam Green, Joe also hosts the long running MOVIE CRYPT podcast. Lynch and I get all kinds of nostalgic about THE BLOB, recently released from Scream Factory with extras from my Reverend Entertainment that include a fantastic commentary moderated by Joe, the business of filmmaking, and how crucial it is to always...


Episode 19: Chelsea Wolfe

Chelsea Wolfe joined me at The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, where she was appearing on tour in support of her most recent album BIRTH OF VIOLENCE, for a great discussion on many elements of her life, art, and what connects her to the world. A rare discussion in a really special place that I am honored to present to you. On Apple podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and everywhere podcasts are found.r . (photo Nona Limmen) DOWNLOAD Chelsea's Website


Episode 18: Jerry Smith

Jerry Smith has been a genre mainstay for years with his writing at Icons of Fright, Blumhouse, Fangoria, and now Scream magazine. He is the co-host of the great Pod and the Pendulum podcast, a show where he and Mike Snoonian go deep on franchises one entry at a time. Jerry and I talk about working in the journalism side of the business, about how horror is the best therapy, survival, and more. A very open conversation not to be missed. DOWNLOAD Jerry on Twitter


Episode 17: Rob Galluzzo

Rob Galluzzo is the new Director of Acquisitions and Distribution at Fangoria. He joins me for a fun discussion about the new world of Fango, his long running Shock Waves podcast, his history with his own site Icons of Fright as well as FearNet and Blumhouse. We also dive in on our shared musical background, the state of online genre journalism, and much more. DOWNLOAD Fangoria website Rob's IMDB Shockwaves podcast


Episode 16: Elijah Wood and Daniel Noah

Elijah Wood and Daniel Noah are two of the most outspoken advocates for independent cinema and the figureheads behind Spectrevision, the company that has given voice to Ana Lily Amirpour, Panos Cosmatos, and Jim Hosking, to name a few.. We cover a lot of territory about the state of film, supporting independent artists, and more in this fascinating, wide-ranging discussion.. Not to be missed! DOWNLOAD Spectrevision site Spectrevision IMDB


Episode 15: Al White

Al White, director and writer of STARFISH, my favorite film thus far in 2019, is my guest on this latest episode of the Justin Beahm Radio Hour podcast. We dive deep into many topics, including the consistent presence of depression in artists and how filmmakers channel personal experience into their art. A unique, bold conversation that is not to be missed. DOWNLOAD Al's website Visit Al's IMDB page


Episode 14: Chris Alexander

Chris Alexander was the editor of Fangoria, and now not only oversees the wonderful Delirium magazine, but also serves as a key valve in the heart of Charles Band's Full Moon empire. Chris, Charlie, and Full Moon just launched the Deadly Ten, a groundbreaking project that lifts the veil on independent genre filmmaking with an interactive live streaming experience that will be as informative as it is entertaining. Chris and I talk Deadly Ten, working with Charlie, the last days of Fango, and...


Episode 13: Ed Hunt

While director Ed Hunt is best known for cult favorites BLOODY BIRTHDAY and THE BRAIN, his resume is a diverse array of films across a number of genres. From early dramatic efforts like DIARY OF A SINNER, to working with Christopher Lee in STARSHIP INVASIONS, and on through the benchmark alien documentary UFOS ARE REAL, Ed arrives to the Radio Hour with lots of great stories to tell. Recorded shortly after THE BRAIN landed on Blu-ray from Scream Factory, we go long on his interesting...


Minisode: Finally Some Action Theme Debut

Fittingly, JBRH episode 13 has run into technical issues. Guest Ed Hunt and I attempted recording several times to no avail. While I am working on the bts issues there, I am dropping this "minisode" because I am so excited to unveil the fantastic new podcast theme song from Finally Some Action that I can't hold it back any longer. I hope you enjoy it, along with updates on a few projects I am working on. The Ed Hunt episode will be out soon. But for NOW... Finally Some Action just released...


Episode 12: Michael St.Michaels

While his roots are in the stage and hairdressing, Michael St. Michaels (Michael Rappaport) has carved a cinematic niche in fringe classics like THE VIDEO DEAD (1987), and most notably, THE GREASY STRANGLER (2016). It was GREASY that brought Michael to the masses as Big Ronnie, an uncompromising oily food-obsessed dad by day, disco dancing murderous monster by night. And then there's the "big mouses's head" and frequent trips to the car wash. It is an unforgettable turn in one of the most...


Episode 11: Dwight Little

Director Dwight Little is the man behind the return of Michael Myers in HALLOWEEN 4, he helmed the beautiful and gory PHANTOM OF THE OPERA starring Robert Englund, and has traversed the television landscape in shows like MILLENNIUM, FROM DUSK TILL DAWN, and BONES. He is the only filmmaker to direct both Freddy Krueger (FREDDY'S NIGHTMARES) and The Shape (HALLOWEEN 4). He has traveled the world, shooting everywhere from the rivers of Fiji to the jungles of India, and here we go deep in a...


Episode 10: Bryan Woods & Scott Beck

Filmmakers Bryan Woods and Scott Beck are Iowa natives and two of the hottest names in cinema today. They most recently wrote and produced A QUIET PLACE, which was released to critical acclaim and has grossed over $340 million worldwide. A QUIET PLACE was named as a Top Ten Film of 2018 by the American Film Institute and the National Board of Review. Beck & Woods' script earned them nominations with the Writers Guild and the Critics Choice Awards (which they just won for best horror/scifi...


Episode 9: Eric Freeman

Actor Eric Freeman stepped into the lead role of Ricky Caldwell in SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT PART 2 in 1987, following the controversy of the first film with one of the most debated sequels in genre history. As clips of his delivery of "garbage day" were becoming the stuff of internet legend, Freeman was out of the business fighting personal battles far from the big screen, oblivious to the cult following SNDN2 was amassing. Several years ago he emerged at a screening in Los Angeles, and...


Episode 8: Alan Howarth

Composer, sound designer, and engineer Alan Howarth is one of the most well traveled, influential, and work-diverse people in cinema today. From creating the sound of the Enterprise in STAR WARS to composing and engineering with John Carpenter on a long list of genre defining films including ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK, THE THING, BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, and CHRISTINE, then on to the HALLOWEEN franchise and beyond, Howarth has charted a unique path in entertainment. For this return episode of...