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One winter in Ohio it was so cold for so long that me and a friend decided to use my Dadâ€™s old 8mm – not even super 8 – camera to do a Star Trek parody stop motion animation film. Turned out the camera was half broken, but I guess the results werenâ€™t so bad that it scared either of us away. My friend has been … Continue reading
Horrornews Exclusive Interview – Ashlynn Yennie ( The Human Centipede II )
Well, let me put it to you this way… Tom calls Part 1 “my little pony” when compared to Part 2. Fans and critics said Part 1 didn’t show enough, so Tom took that observation and created a film that I … Continue reading
The Black Saint knows that he doesn’t need to tell any of you who Tony Todd is. He has been a genre stalwart for years on both the big screen and on television. He also shows no signs of letting up anytime soon! His latest film “Final Destination 5″ is opening nationwide tomorrow and he was kind enough to speak with me for a bit about how he got into acting & … Continue reading
How did you come up with the concept for Grave Encounters?
Stuart: We had been searching for a low budget script idea and one day we were watching episodes of Ghost Adventures and Paranormal State on YouTube and we both just looked at each other and said “Why don’t we just do this?!”.
Colin: It just seemed like a no brainer. It … Continue reading
The Black Saint spends a fair amount of time trolling the web on a daily basis looking for something different, something that excites me. Every so often I find just such a tidbit. A month or so ago I lucked upon a trailer for a film called “Puppet Monster Massacre” & I knew I had to own it, quality be damned! But much to my surprise and delight, I purchased a really … Continue reading
How did you get involved in this movie, â€śWelcome to the Bates Motelâ€ť?
I was involved with ‘Welcome to the Bates Motel’ from its inception. Byron Turk, the director, and I first traveled to The Bates Motel and Haunted Hayride a few years ago. We fell in love with the place and immediately started devloping a script for the location with my long time friend and haunt employee … Continue reading
EXCLUSIVE HORRORNEWS INTERVIEW: GEORGE “THE ANIMAL” STEELE
PROFESSIONAL WRESTLER AND ACTOR (MOVIE: ED WOOD)
Tim was looking the right person to play the part of Tor and my name kept coming up.
You worked with a lot of talent in Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, Bill Murrey, and Martin Laundau. How was the experience of working on the film, Ed Wood?
approx. 60 minutes
Discussion about music, horror, drugs, and beyond.Â Â
This is honestly one of my best interviews.
1. I know personally for me, when I watch movies that deal with these types of teen topics, it brings back feelings of when I was a teen. Did you take any personal experiences from when you were a teen and incorporate it into the story?
I did. To an extent, except the end, everything in this movie actually happened. I over dramatized it because I only had an hour and a … Continue reading
When did your interest in the Men In Black start?
When I was a kid I got into reading the works of authors such as Brad Steiger, John Keel, and Gray Barker. These were three of the big names in UFO and paranormal research – and Brad still is to this day, I’m very pleased … Continue reading
What attracted me to TFS?? There were many things that made me want to be involved with The Frankenstein Syndrome. First itâ€™s not often I get to play characters with brains let alone playing a doctor of sorts. Also I thought Sean Tretta had something special with this script, it was so different I just knew I had to be a part of it.
For years film studios have occasionally released films to a small number of theaters for a week or two in preparation for their DTV release. There are many reasons why this (still) occurs, the studio doesn’t have any faith in the film & wants to make a quick buck & possibly even get a good review or two for the DVD cover. Or the studio realizes it has a total bomb on … Continue reading
I’ve always loved horror/thriller movies, and this one had a smart, interesting story. I loved how the writer (and director, Patrick Johnson) took a different approach – the audience sees the story unfold largely
from Tara’s perspective.
So, as an actor, this was very attractive… It was fun to give the psycho chick some backstory and vulnerability – even in the … Continue reading
This is part of the interview conversation that I had with Austin Idol this past Saturday, June 4, 2011.Â WARNING: The topic was the real life 1975 plane crash that ended in the death of professional wrestler Bobby Shane.Â Austin Idol, Buddy Colt, and Gary Hart were also on that plane.Â This interview gets very heated.
It really plays heavily on your mind. It’s like a never ending … Continue reading
With technology and film distribution being the way that it is in this day and age, we, as horror fans, have more choices than ever as to what we watch as far as horror films are concerned. We are living in a time where independent horror filmmaking is at its best… and its worst at the same time. I mean The level of ease of putting together an independent low/micro budgeted film is at an … Continue reading
Exclusive Horrornews Interview : “Universal Heartthrob” Austin Idol
Here is the complete three part interview that I conducted with professional wrestler Austin Idol.Â Â I might get into some heat for posting this interview, but here goes:
Part 1 The print interview with AUSTIN IDOL. Idol talks about Ankle Armour, Paul E Dangerously, Tommy Rich and more.
1) This question might be too broad in scope, but it’s a question … Continue reading
Exclusive Horrornews Interview : James Cullen Bressack ( writer / director )
Film: MY PURE JOY
Do you think being a young director is an asset or a liability?
I think it is both a blessing and a curse. It’s a curse because I can’t grab a drink with everyone at a wrap party or gamble in vegas. And don’t even get me started about all the times we were … Continue reading
Exclusive Horrornews Interview w/ Missy Hyatt ( Pro Wrestling Manager )
Interview with â€śThe Walking Riotâ€ť Missy Hyatt ( Professional Wrestling Valet / Manager extraordinaire )Â
We reminisce about the glory days of World Class Championship Wrestling and Bill Wattâ€™s Universal Wrestling Federation, as well as her days in Extreme Championship Wrestling!Â
My talk about flaws in the current womanâ€™s wrestlingÂ scene and why Missy would have made … Continue reading
How do you incorporate horror into your lyrics?
All of the songs are presented in a horror anthology style, reminiscent of Tales from the Crypt or the Creepshow movies. Each song has its own terror motif anywhere from werewolves and zombies to murder and demonic possession. As the stories progress, and the body count climbs, the characters and plot lines … Continue reading
Interview w/ Pat Kilbane
The Brain Eaterâ€™s Bible, MAD TV, Seinfeld
How did you go from being in Day of the Dead to creating The Brain Eaterâ€™s Bible?
On the “Day of the Dead” shoot, I spent weeks in prosthetic zombie makeup, and since most of that time I was just waiting around for my scenes to shoot, I had a lot of time to think. Something about being … Continue reading
Â Interview with Lori Flurchick:
Southern Jersey Shore Paranormal Research and Investigations
How did you first get interested in the paranormal?
Well I have had psychic ability that I first knew I had at age 5, have always through my life have had experiences with spirits, energy and and seeing spirits.As I got older I felt I needed to know more..
How long does … Continue reading