Controversial best-selling author and screenwriter Bret Easton Ellis delivers a weekly glimpse into one of popular culture's most fascinating minds. The entertainment industry's top writers, directors, actors and musicians will join Bret to discuss the issues and complexities that keep the creative world turning as we experience this intriguing period in our planet's history. The same sensibilities that have formed Bret's impressive catalog in literature and film will be on display with each and every new episode.
B.E.E. - Dana Brunetti - 6/12/17
Film Producer Dana Brunetti and Bret Easton Ellis discuss the demise of the movie theater experience, Alec Baldwin, House of Cards and making The Social Network.
B.E.E. - Walter Hill - 5/1/17
Walter Hill and Bret Easton Ellis discuss The Assignment, identity politics, Sam Peckinpah and directing Eddie Murphy in 48 Hours.
B.E.E. - Andrew McCarthy - 4/17/17
Andrew McCarthy and Bret Easton Ellis discuss making Less Than Zero, Leonardo DiCaprio, the ending of Pretty in Pink and travel writing.
B.E.E. - Sam Outlaw - 3/27/17
Musician Sam Outlaw and Bret Easton Ellis discuss the moral superiority movement, leaving an advertising career to focus on music, the role of a record producer and The Boys of Summer.
B.E.E. - Mick Garris - 3/13/17
Mick Garris and Bret Easton Ellis discuss adapting the works of Stephen King, the pessimism of horror, the Psycho shower scene and Wes Craven.
B.E.E. - Laura Jane Grace - 12/19/16
Laura Jane Grace and Bret Easton Ellis discuss the artistic benefits of being bullied, Caitlyn Jenner, the record vs. the single and Butch Vig.
I miss this podcast
I need to go to Patreon? I thought it had just been ended. I like it a lot. I miss it.
Love this podcast
The podcast is terrific
BEE is so charming and smart!
Love it and I’m so glad I found it
Too bad it’s Patreon only now
No more free podcast.. 😭