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Monique Dupree, THA ORIGINAL GATA is an Actress, Director, Producer, Store owner, Comic book Heroine, Model, wrestling valet, wife to Writer and photographer, Anthony Saint Thomas and mother to ten amazing children and she has a new film coming out that you do not want to miss. SHADOWHUNTERS: DEVILSPEAK. Tha Original Gata took some time out to answer some questions for HorrorNews.Net
Janel: You have a new film coming out, SHADOWHUNTERS: DEVILSPEAK, could you … Continue reading
Janel: First off, tell us a little about yourself and how you got into Art and becoming a Tattoo Artist?
ROB: Art is somewhat of an inherited trait for me. My grandmother was a folk painter, and my father designed and painted … Continue reading
Demonboy is a horror rock/theatrical spectacle from New York City, giving haunted house realness with a stage show inspired by the likes of shock rockers Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie, and Marilyn Manson. It’s a heavy metal cabaret of props and smoke machines, loaded with comedy as well as awesome tunes. Demonboy also stars in his own comic book, and recently signed to indie label Flying T Records. The new album, “Memories and … Continue reading
Terror, Inc is a horror rock band based in central Pennsylvania. Combining musical elements of early punk, metal, and goth rock, with lyrical themes of horror, sci-fi, and the occult, the band has been playing everywhere and drawing crowds all over the Tri-state area. Their debut album, “Tales of the Zombie King”, is available from Pumpkinhead Records.
Adam Green has made one hell of an impact on the world of horror thanks to awesome films such as the Hatchet trilogy, Spiral, Frozen, and Holliston. He is without a doubt one of the most talented filmmakers in the business today and he never fails to deliver. I have always been a huge fan of him and his work, so I was absolutely honored to get to talk to him recently about his … Continue reading
Writer/Director Demian Leone’s Frankenstein vs. The Mummy is an unabashed love letter to horror fans worldwide. It takes two classic monsters, and puts them together for one slobberknocker of a battle! I genuinely enjoyed watching it, and Mr. Leone graciously sat with me for a short interview to discuss how the project came together.
Horrornews.net: What led you to directing Frankenstein vs. The Mummy?
Damien Leone: It wasn’t my idea from the start, … Continue reading
Once The Black Saint placed The Scarehouse on his Best Horror Films of 2014 on the Horror News Radio podcast, Doc Rotten¬†knew this film would soon make a huge impression. Reaction was immediate, with the show’s co-hosts and its listeners. Soon the entire Grue-Crew was reviewing the film for episode 93. While certainly not the only remarkable element about The Scarehouse, the film’s casting remains one of its key attractions. It has an … Continue reading
A music project, a cinema night and a radio show all at the same time, Straight to Video offers a haven for those who get it, and those people are film nerds with a love for old horror movies, genre films, comedies, VHS tapes and the whole aesthetic of a particular era which is now long gone and much missed. It’s a project I think a lot of Horrornews readers might get into, and now’s … Continue reading
Without a doubt Stephanie Beaton is a legend when it comes to horror movies and easily one of the most recognizable ‚ÄúScream Queens‚ÄĚ of all time. She has appeared in many awesome horror flicks such as The Evillmaker, Evil in the Bayou, and several of the Witchcraft movies. In addition she is a writer and director and is responsible for such great films as Tales from the Grave, The Bagman, and others. I had … Continue reading
A conversation with KryptID,¬†a 3 piece metal band from Cecil County, MD. These guys are just getting started, but have already opened for other known acts around Baltimore, MD.¬†They mix together many different heavy influences to create a unique hardcore sound. They draw inspiration from groove metal, New York hardcore, rap-metal and thrash metal.
Audio Interview with actor Peter Stormare. Peter Stormare – a conversation with¬†the amazingly talented actor¬†Peter Stormare, best known for his roles in films such as Constantine, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnissus, and, most recently, Autumn Blood and The Penguins of Madasgar. ¬†In fact, if you’ve seen any movie ever, he was probably in it. We talk¬†about his career in film and theater and what it’s like to work with director Terry Gilliam, whom he was … Continue reading
An evening with Bill Manspeaker, founder of the punk-rock puppet band Green Jello. Filmed November 22, 2014 at the Nauti Goose Saloon in North East, MD. Green Jello – a conversation with Bill Manspeaker, founder of the punk rock puppet show Green Jello. Green Jello is famous for their hardcore rendition of “Three Little Pigs”, the video for which was a huge hit on MTV back in the day. Bill carries the Green Jello legend … Continue reading
Audio interview with Jamie Madrox of Horrorcore Rap Group Twiztid. Twiztid – a conversation with Jamie Madrox from Twiztid. ¬†Twiztid is a “horror-core” band from Michigan. Since 1997, they have toured with Insane Clown Posse and other “juggalo” bands. Recently, Twiztid just started their own record label, Majik Ninja Entertainment. In a cell phone interview, we talk about music, family, and juggalo culture, as well as the details of Twiztid’s upcoming tour, which launched at … Continue reading
‚ÄčDARIO ‚ÄčARGENTO’S ‚ÄčCROWD FUNDING CAMPAIGN ZEROS IN ON TARGET
An exclusive Horrornews interview with The Sandman writer and producer team, David and Daniela Tully‚Äč
As the clock ticks towards the final toll ‚Äčon ‚Äčthe ‚ÄčI‚Äčndiegogo campaign launched ‚Äčfor‚Äč legendary director Dario Argento‚Äč,‚Äč ‚Äčit ‚Äčhas‚Äč ‚Äč‚Äčreached ‚Äčover ‚Äč9‚Äč5‚Äč% of its‚Äč target‚Äč at press time‚Äč‚Äč. The Sandman ‚Äčscreenplay was ‚Äčwritten by David Tully‚Äč,‚Äč‚Äč and‚Äč is ‚Äčset‚Äč to be a‚Äčn‚Äč ‚Äčunequivocal‚Äč chiller to whet the appetite for … Continue reading
Ian Fetterman a talented artist who is a member of The Alternative Gallery in Allentown, PA. His pumpkins have become infamous. The custom-carved pumpkins Fetterman creates have been featured in the HALLOWEEN: The Complete Collection. Fetterman‚Äôs pumpkins have also made their way around the convention scene as everyone from Danielle Harris, Norman Reedus, Robert Englund, Slash, Jeffrey Combs and William Forsythe and more. He is incredibly talented and he took part in an interview for … Continue reading
What got you into making horror anthologies?
I’ve always been a fan of the sub-genre and it’s a great way to create a variety of looks and themes in one film, particularly when you have different filmmakers adapting the stories.
So far you’ve done two volumes in your series, how did volume one get started?
A few years ago I moved back from Peru to look after my ailing father and aging … Continue reading
I met Nick at a movie premiere and we became good friends. He‚Äô s quite a talented writer. I loved Morningstars. I can‚Äôt imagine an easier person to work with and honestly…I couldn‚Äôt have done this project without him. I think he helped take this farther than I ever could on my own. His creativity
doesn‚Äôt have boundaries…but he has realistic creativity. … Continue reading
So, John, thank you for sitting down with us today to discuss your writing career, the state of the horror industry and your latest volume of horror fiction, The End in all Beginnings. That‚Äôs an interesting title for a collection of novellas. Can you tell us what it means and give readers an idea of what they will find in the collection?
Nick Kisella -This is always a busy time of year for me.¬† I love to write in the fall and winter.¬† The weather is just perfect for the material I write.¬† I‚Äôve got quite a few things going on right now too.¬† Between finishing up with ‚ÄėLilith‚Äôs Apple‚Äô, editing stories for a few authors I know and spending time with my wife and twins, … Continue reading
I had the great pleasure of interviewing Scott Ian last week where we discussed, among other subjects, his new dvd “Speaking Words in Glasgow”. As a follow up, I was kindly provided with a copy of the dvd for review. I really wish I had been able to watch it before the interview, as I have a whole list of new questions I would have asked based on the stories I just heard.
I … Continue reading
Rebecca: Back in college, I sat in a lecture about doodling. This successful and beautifully foul-mouthed artist said that doodling is a means of coping. She said that for an artist, there’s something about the act of doodling that brings a certain salvation. There’s something within an artist that *must* be expressed. She said she doodles because she has … Continue reading