Jeff Cesario (Play with Pain Podcast) talks about writing a Michael Keaton movie, “Jack Frost” where he turns into a snowman. And Movie Man, Brett Berg, breaks down the movie. Before Keaton was “Birdman” he was “Jack Frost.” We talk to one of the writers of the film and review the movie!
My friends a frequent guests Paul Sullivan and Jeff Cesario talk about about Jack Frost. We were recording an episode about “The fish that saved Pittsburgh and Jeff drops the bomb that he co-wrote “jack Frost!!!” what the what!??! Jeff, by the way, wrote for the Larry Sanders show and was the comic that was always bumped from the show. So Jeff gives context and behind the scenes stories.
But first! Brett Berg, who used to program films for the legendary Cinefamily theater and is now a hot shot at Alamo Drafthouse Theaters in LA, talks about his take on Jack frost. We were at a party he threw where he showed a 45 minute version of Jack Frost. He said he felt like the showing the whole film would pissed people off, so he just showed the good parts. He also did an edit of “Silent night deadly night 5: the toy maker” with Micky Rooney. We didn’t get a chance to talk about it. As you can hear, there was a party going on outside, so it was hard to do a longer interview.
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