You recognize his voice, but you recognize his gun? Shadoe Stevens talks about the making of the cult classic “Traxx.” It’s a movie that you watch and ask, “Were the filmmakers on drugs?” According to Shadoe, they weren’t on drugs, just drunk. (The show doesn’t confirm that. We don’t know. We weren’t there.) But it sure looks it. We learn how a local pitch man can land a three picture deal. Also the shady birth of the LA radio station KROQ. Shadoe talks about his fascinating career and must-see terrible film. Related links:
This is the second time that I tried to review this film. Once with my bros Mike Spiegelman and Joey Lapenna. Joey f’ed up the ending by leaving his Iphone on and f’ed up the radio waves. If you want to hear it, let me know. The lost tape!
Next week is a holiday, so I’m going to take the week off. It’s our birthday, not yours, Nicko!
It’s a movie musical about the devil, disco and elements stolen from better films like “Tommy,” “Rocky Horror” and “Xanadu.”
This 1980 movie takes place in the way future date or 1994. The whole world is run by disco music, angular clothing, rectangle glasses and entertainment. I guess they didn’t know that Napster was only 5 years away. Read More