[Podcast] Boning Up with Brett

Joe, Justin and Zane are back for their special Thanksgiving episode in which not one but two Seaman ventures are unveiled to tickle your taste buds.   Joining the fellas this week is writer/director Brett DeJager.

Brett on set doing his thing

Brett made his feature directorial debut back in 2012 with the film “The Legend of Cooley Moon”. Then continued to work on films including a favorite of Joe’s “Bonejangles” which was released in 2017.

The Legend of Cooley Moon

Brett went on to work on   few projects contributing to 2017’s “10/31” with the “Blizzard of ’91” segment and also has a segment in the upcoming anthology “Cryptids” in which he takes on the legend of the Hopskinville goblins.

A scene from “Blizzard of ’91”

The guys get into their opinions on some films and what films they would remake given the opportunity.   Brett pitches a can’t miss Nickelodeon horror anthology and things get nostalgic as Joe talks “Are You Afraid of the Dark” and Amanda Bynes and Justin touts “Salute Your Shorts” and the things he wants to do with Donkey Lips!

Are You Afraid of the Dark
Amanda Bynes
Salute Your Shorts

As you spend time with your family, put on your audio media, crank up the volume and let the Infestation consume you as you devour your turkey or whatever your Thanksgiving traditional meal is.   Happy Thanksgiving to you all from the boys of Indie Infestation!

Turkie from Thankskilling

JJ Fitt
Joe lives in the coal region of Northeastern PA with his beautiful wife Mary and their French Bulldogs Watson and Xander. He's a huge fan of all things horror and can't explain why especially since he was afraid of everything as a kid. He co-hosts the Indie Infestation podcast which gives a platform for those involved in the indie horror scene to get their name and projects out there. When he's not working he is usually watching the latest horror movie or show, at the gym with his wife or taking in a sporting event, Eagles! His all time favorite horror movie is the original Halloween, still effective to this day. Hit him up on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or drop an email, let him know what's awesome.