Director/stunt man/special effects guy Eric D. Howell stops by to talk about his new movie, Voice from the Stone, how he went from a house boat to the Mighty Ducks, what making the knucklepuck was like and the D3 stunt that left him bloodied.
Thanks to Eric for coming on. Watch Voice from the Stone. Here’s the Facebook page. It also has a Twitter account and Instagram. You can get Eric’s award-winning short, Ana’s Playground at anasplayground.com
Drop Dead Fred from 1991. The synopsis via IMDB: “A young woman finds her already unstable life rocked by the presence of a rambunctious imaginary friend from childhood.”
This is Diamonds and Pearls, where Eric broke in with Prince.
Eric still has a knucklepuck they used in the film on his desk:
The zamboni through the glass stunt:
Watch Eric get landed on over and over again!
Apocalypse Now. Do you want to fight or do you want to surf?
Some players in boots in the film:
Eric helped Charlie knock all the hockey sticks down:
A Simple Plan sits at 90 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
A little preview of Critter Gitters. The show describes itself as “a group of neighborhood kids who join forces with two veterinarians, a mildy mad scientist and a curios chimpanzee to become a search and rescue unit, a detective agency and a SWAT team for animals.”
Thanks to @bberg19 for the #QuackQuestion:
@QuackAttackPod @joyceeng61 @Totally_Offside @leia_nog @jarrodbeasley How did the varsity player get checked through the glass and into the front row, and NOT manage to stab someone with his skate?
— Bryan (@bberg19) May 3, 2017
Mallrats: 55 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. (82 percent from the audience.)