Kevin Smith sits down with Kyle Meredith to talk about Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation. The Dogma writer/director dishes on what it was like to create the continuation of He-Man and the Eternia crew, meeting fan expectations, and working with people’s nostalgia. Smith draws on his own experiences from seeing Raiders of the Lost Ark with his dad to his own Marvel superfandom. Packed with a huge cast of voice actors, Smith also discusses what it was like to have Henry Rollins on board, as well as Lena Heady, and drawing comparison between Game of Thrones and Masters of the Universe. We also get a small glimpse of the second half of the series, especially from Bear McCreary’s epic score.
This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Debbie Gibson sits down with Kyle Meredith to talk about The Body Remembers, her first album of new material in twenty years.
The legendary pop star tells us of her penchant for flipping the script on her career, having spent years on in musicals and movies, and discusses the differences and...
Glenn Hughes drops a line into Kyle Meredith With to discuss Holy Ground, his new album with The Dead Daisies. The former Deep Purple/Black Sabbath singer talks about what it's been like playing live shows post-lockdown, joining The Dead Daisies supergroup in 2019, and bringing a '70s feel to...
Taylor Momsen sits down with Kyle Meredith to talk about The Pretty Reckless’ new album, Death By Rock and Roll, an album born from loss but filled with a ferocious confidence.
The former actress-turned-rock artist discusses writing from a depth of honesty and reflecting the social movements...