Switchblade Sisters Episode 45: 'Let the Right One In' with 'Nancy' Director Christina Choe

April Wolfe
Christina Choe

Let the Right One In

This week we've got the fantastic director of the new film Nancy, Christina Choe. She's on the program to talk about the vampire classic, Let the Right One In. This episode is really gripping because throughout the show Christina slowly realizes the similarities between her film and Tomas Alfredson's: the snowy backdrop, the vampiric characters, the bleak eeriness. Christina elaborates on the the amount of flexibility required to direct a feature. She discusses the importance of casting great actors and how she got Steve Buscemi and Andrea Riseborough to be in her film. Plus, she talks about the difficulties of shooting in the snow.

Nancy is streaming now.

And if you haven't seen it yet, go watch on Let the Right One In.

With April Wolfe with Christina Choe.

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Produced by Casey O'Brien and Laura Swisher for MaximumFun.org.

Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident Ep. 74: Krister Johnson finally comes out as non-Swedish

Krister Johnson

After a brief hiatus so I could get some much-needed procedures done, Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident is back like a mofo with Episode 74. This time around I let Krister Johnson (@kristerjohnson), writer (The Onion, New York Times, EW, GQ), comedian, and one half of the faux Christian acoustic duo God's Pottery (Check out their fake teen survival guide What Would God's Pottery Do: The Ultimate Guide to Survivng Your Teens and/or Being Successful), into my beautiful home for a delightful conversation that covers topics including but not limited to whether or not he is actually Swedish, letting his son watch him take a crap, how his dog swallowed a used condom once, and so much more. For more information on this podcast and other Dave-related topics, please visit my website at www.davehillonline.com and follow me on Twitter at @mrdavehill. Okay, great. You are the best. Thanks so much.


Dave Hill

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