110: Backcountry (2014) with Steph Guthrie
This week, we’re talking to producer and writer Steph Guthrie about 2014’s infamous nature survival movie Backcountry. We laugh a lot for a movie about a horrific “based on a true story” narrative, but there’s just too much fun stuff in this tale of toxic masculinity vs. the Canadian wilds to not go a little off the beaten path. We talk the reason why so many movies in Canada are shot in the wilderness, the many virtues of Missy Peregrym, and the fun of shooting with bears.
Backcountry is available on Netflix and VOD.
This week’s end credit music is Always Keep an Edge on your Knife by Corb Lund.