John Llewellyn Moxey, that is!
We’re celebrating the master of the made for TV genre movie with a special Halloween episode dedicated to JLM, who sadly passed away earlier this year. What an amazing talent he was, and if you are not familiar with his work, we’re hoping to get you started with two classics, A Taste of Evil (1971) and The Strange and Deadly Occurrence (1974).
We will definitely be talking about “The Moxey Moment” as well as some similarities between these two films. If you’re interested in where that might go, check out an old blog post I did, comparing the two films.
We don’t quite have a recording date set yet, but it will probably be next week, so please contact us and let us know your fave Moxey flick, or anything else you’d like to say about one of the greats! We’ll see you soon!
*Still editing our back to school episode. Apologies. My schedule has been pretty messy. Thank you for your patience (and a big shout out to Dan for helping me with the more monotonous tasks!)
Sounds like a great episode for Halloween!
I’ve only seen a few of his films but was lucky to find an ex rental VHS of No Place To Hide in perfect condition about 10 years ago, I love that one
Mox is the best. The Night Stalker. The House That Would Not Die. Smash-Up on Interstate 5. Foster and Laurie. Home for the Holidays. The Night Stalker alone makes him a legend. So many great made-for-TV movies.