Episode 77: "Master of Three" with Alan Maxson

63 minutes

This week, multi talented creature performer, writer, director, editor and actor Alan Maxson (Godzilla: King of Monsters, Eli Roth's History of Horror, Alien Planet) drops by to share his incredible journey into and through the film industry to how his love of Enemy Mine inspired him to write and direct his feature Alien Planet (https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/alien-planet-sci-fi-film#/) and what motivates and inspires him to do some of the most physically demanding work our industry has to offer.  A fascinating interview with a fantastic and inspiring man.  Don't miss it!

Follow Alan on IG and Twitter: @monster_maxson and @alienplanetfilm

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