West Coast Radio

WCR #70 - Robert Smithline: Writer/Director, "The Hunter's Anthology"

Episode Summary

Live from the American West Coast in Seattle, this is West Coast Radio. Good to be with you, my name is Matthew and joining me on the program is Robert Smithline, Writer and Director of the brand new Amazon Prime Video Series, "The Hunter’s Anthology". "Six strangers find themselves trapped in a New York City subway by Mac (Taylor August), a mysterious man who claims to be a demon hunter. Insisting one of them is evil, he peeks into their souls discovering five eerie, supernatural tales. It’s then up to Mac to solve the mystery and destroy the demon amongst them." If you ask me, The Hunter’s Anthology is a fantastic combination of, The Twilight Zone, Beyond Belief: Fact of Fiction, Amazing Stories, a healthy dose of funny and a dash of CSI Miami. You’ve read about it in The New York Times and you can watch it right now! I really enjoyed this series and trust that you will too. Check it out on Amazon Prime Video! There were a number of titillating topics of discussion during the broadcast. They included citizen's arrest, Robert's brief thoughts on my feature film idea, and of course, the making of The Hunter's Anthology. TheHuntersAnthology.Com https://www.facebook.com/Thehuntersanthology/ Twitter: @HunterAnthology Instagram: @HuntersAnthology

Episode Notes

Live from the American West Coast in Seattle, this is West Coast Radio. Good to be with you, my name is Matthew and joining me on the program is Robert Smithline, Writer and Director of the brand new Amazon Prime Video Series, "The Hunter’s Anthology".

 

"Six strangers find themselves trapped in a New York City subway by Mac (Taylor August), a mysterious man who claims to be a demon hunter.  Insisting one of them is evil, he peeks into their souls discovering five eerie, supernatural tales.  It’s then up to Mac to solve the mystery and destroy the demon amongst them."

 

If you ask me, The Hunter’s Anthology is a fantastic combination of The Twilight Zone, Beyond Belief: Fact of Fiction, Amazing Stories, a healthy dose of funny and a dash of CSI Miami. You’ve read about it in The New York Times and you can watch it right now! I really enjoyed this series and trust that you will too. Check it out on Amazon Prime Video!"

 

There were a number of titillating topics of discussion during the broadcast. They included citizen's arrest, Robert's brief thoughts on my feature film idea, and of course, the making of The Hunter's Anthology.