Love or hate him, Kevin Smith has built up quite a rapport with his fans over the years, primarily through ridiculously extensive and in-depth Q and A sessions. His last special Too Fat For 40 managed to cover one person’s question in an hour and a half. In his new appropriately titled special, Burn In Hell, Smith will cover several new topics fans want to hear about, such as dealing with Sundance, filming Red State and being followed around the country by an angered Phelps family.
Smith has a real knack for making himself familiar to any audience and even if you’re not the biggest fans of his movies, you have to respect his process. There aren’t too many directors out there that are willing to share the amount of information he does, especially about the Hollywood process and all the bullshit that goes with it.
I don’t know everything that’s in store for his forthcoming special, but based on what I’ve seen it will at least be very entertaining. Below are a couple of clips regarding groupies and filming in Austin, Texas for Red State.
The new special, Burn in Hell will come to Epix February 11th.