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80s Movie Fans, Check Out ‘The Web Show’ From Life After Films!

The Web Show is a place for all things movies, 80s, nostalgia, and film, featuring interviews with stars and crew from your favourite films, go behind the scenes into what goes into producing the Life After documentaries, plenty of movie prop talk, competitions and so much more.

Ashley Pugh and Lisa Downs, the creative force behind Life After Flash (focusing on Flash Gordon star Sam J. Jones),and the upcoming Life After the Navigator (Featuring Flight of The Navigator‘s Joy Cramer), and Life After Atreyu (Featuring The Neverending Story‘s Noah Hathaway), have launched a weekly series with Bob Lindenmayer celebrating some of the most beloved genre films of the 80s.

Check out the first three episodes below and be sure to subscribe here!


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