On this special episode we follow up Episode 82’s conversation about The VelociPastor with an interview with the film’s writer/director Brendan Steere. After a silly viral trailer, Brendan moved on with his career, but eventually found himself wanting to return to this parody of B-Movie horror-schlock. Who would have thought that the movie with the silly title would end up being so fun?
As always, SPOILER ALERT for The VelociPastor and the movies we discuss!
Writer / Director – Brendan Steere
Starring Greg Cohan, Alyssa Kempinski, Daniel Steere
Wild Eye Releasing
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