Mick Garris’s guest on tomorrow’s all-new episode of the Post Mortem podcast is none other than indie icon Kevin Smith!
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Kevin Smith broke out in the 1990s following the tremendous success of his indie cult-classic Clerks. He stuck primarily to comedies in that era, finding additional success with Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.
Smith dipped his toe into horror with Red State, released in 2011. The irreverent body-horror nightmare Tusk followed in 2014 and 2016’s comedy Yoga Hosers also incorporates horror elements.
On tomorrow’s all-new episode of Post Mortem with Mick Garris, the two indie icons will have a heart-to-heart. While we can’t tell you everything that will be discussed, we can reveal that they will have a deeply personal conversation about their fathers, the successes of sleepers, and a shared medical condition that almost ended both of their careers.
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Last month, we announced that Post Mortem with Mick Garris, the #1 horror podcast, is now part of the DREAD Podcast Network. It joins our impressive stable of shows that already includes The Boulet Brothers: Creatures of the Night, Kim and Ket Stay Alive…Maybe (plus their original podcast/gameshow hybrid Kim and Ket’s Survive the Cellar), FriGay the 13th Horror Podcast, and Development Hell among others.
Garris is a legend from horror’s heydays. He directed films like Sleepwalkers, Critters 2, The Stand miniseries (1994), and also many others. Through Post Mortem and other endeavors, he’s remained an important and relevant force in 21st Century horror.
Check back tomorrow for the full episode!
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Other guests will also be announced as they are confirmed.
Are you a fan of Mick Garris and Kevin Smith? Are you excited to hear the two talk on tomorrow’s episode of Post Mortem? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! You can also carry on the convo with me personally on Twitter @josh_millican.