Holy shit. This interview is weird.
Posts by Robert Saucedo
Robert Saucedo is a programmer for the Houston-area Alamo Drafthouse theaters. He is a member of the Houston Film Critics Society and a staunch horror movie supporter. As a child he once found a dead dog in a trash bag and it has haunted him ever since.Stuff News
The new Houston Alamo has a week of insane events marking its grand opening.
The Drafthouse programmer and sometimes BAD correspondent gives his picks for the best films of the year.
At - where else? - the Alamo, kicking off the return of Weird Wednesday to Mason Park with a 35mm screening of ALLIGATOR with real-life alligators in the theater!
This August, you get two chances to see Stuart Gordon’s giant robot fighting movie at a 35mm screening in Texas.
Graveyard Shift, the Houston Alamos’ classic horror film series, celebrates a couple of gems from Barker’s filmography, with 35mm screenings of CANDYMAN and LORD OF ILLUSIONS.
On the eve of the COMIN' AT YA! 3D's Texas theatrical tour, Robert Saucedo chatted with Tony Anthony and Tom Stern about the movie, the modern state of 3D and the chances of seeing a digitally remastered version of Cannon Films’ TREASURE OF THE FOUR CROWNS.
THE GATE, one of the most notoriously traumatizing children's movies of the '80s, turns 25 this year. The Alamo Drafthouse — West Oaks will be screening the film and its sequel this month and, in preparation, Robert Saucedo chatted with the films' director about making kid-appropriate horror, giant 3D spiders and SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH.
Robert Saucedo interviewed the famously candid Bakshi in advance of the 35th anniversary of WIZARDS.