Speaking from his editing man cave, adorned with posters and memorabilia of his favourite movies, Neil Marshall covers a lot of ground in his episode. How he got Dog Soldiers up and running, his process on the Descent including details on creating the monsters movement and THAT jump scare, shaking things up when directing Game of Thrones, informal movie chat with Sir Anthony Hopkins (NB call him Tony) on Westworld, unleashing his inner pretension directing Hannibal and the bluntly verbalised reasons why he deems the Hellboy reboot the worst experience of his professional career.
The Descent - Behind the Scenes doc
Dog Soldiers - Behind the Scenes doc
Bang, flames, bullets, car wreck, a good action movie has some if not all of these. But how do you create the glorious destruction that has adorned our movie screens for years? The answer is with people like Terry Glass. With his first job being working on Alien, Terry's career was off to a great start. He moved onto, among others, 80s great Raiders of the Lost Ark, Return of the Jedi and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and continued to explode his way through Hollywood for the next few decades and is still causing carnage with Michael Bay on 13 Hours and Transformers as well as Mission Impossible 6 and 7. And he talks about all these and more in this episode.