Sometimes, once just isn’t enough.
And, in the case of Tobe Hooper, it felt right to honor this quirky and often misunderstood artist with a second helping of praise.
On this episode, I talk with John Cribbs and Christopher Funderburg, the co-creators of “The Pink Smoke” film review website about the legacy of the late Tobe Hooper.
He’s a filmmaker who induces strong opinions and debate. We talk about that debate today, and the contributions Hooper made to, not only horror, but also American Film itself.
I hope you enjoy the episode.
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