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September 7th, 2014
Interviewed by: The Black Saint
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Interviewed by: Michael Grise
September 6th, 2014
Interviewed by: Janel Spiegel
September 4th, 2014
Reviewed by: seanofthedead
Category: Book Reviews
August 31st, 2014
Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
Category: Book Reviews
August 28th, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
Category: Book Reviews
Exclusive Horrornews.net Unexplained Confidential Interview – Nick Redfern
Book: Top Secret Places Governments Don’t Want You To Know About.Â High Security Facilities, Underground Bases, And Other Off-Limits Areas. KEEP OUT!
What would you say is the most guarded top secret location in the United
States? In the World?
Answer: Well, I guess the most closely guarded facility in the US is probably also the most guarded one in the … Continue reading
Scott Spiegel is a man who’s been in the business of filmmaking for quite a while. His hand has touched some of the more popular horror films of the past few decades. In addition to co-writing “Evil Dead 2” with Sam Raimi he is responsible for either writing or directing such films as “From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money” (1999), Clint Eastwood’s “The … Continue reading
Exclusive Horrornews.net Interview w/ Evan Bass, Executive Producer “The Eve”
The homage posters grew out of the style and nods we make in “The Eve” towards past, classic films. “The Eve” is very much a psychological thriller at times, in a very Hitchcockian build, and we wanted to include that nod in our poster campaign. We also filmed on … Continue reading
Horrornews.net Exclusive InterviewÂ - Martin Guigul – Director (Beneath the Darkness)
The quirky story line and unique character of Vaughn Ely intrigued me. I was also drawn by the genre since I have always wanted to tackle a thriller/horror project and this one had the right balance of traditional and cutting edge elements.
You worked with a legendary star in Dennis … Continue reading
The title “Scream Queen” became popular in the late 70′s & is still popular today. But in actuality they’ve been around since the fifties, they just weren’t given the title of “Scream Queen”. Beverly Garland (The Alligator People), Mara Corday (Tarantula) & Yvette Vickers (Attack Of The Killer Leeches) are perfect examples of actresses who became very familiar to moviegoers in the fifties & sixties who frequented horror/sci-fi films. The tradition continued … Continue reading
Seregon Oâ€™Dassey is an actress, model, and scream queen. She has acted in a lot of horror films but has a very diverse resume that also includes work on various soap operas. What I find particularly interesting is that Seregon at one point worked at a funeral home, and her job involved reconstructing corpses so that they look presentable for a funeral. She also did embalming and a lot more but these … Continue reading
He created one of the greatest Horror films of all time, Halloween, the film has become a staple for Horror fans and the holiday considered to be ours. Carpenter is a legend. He is a Director, Composer, Actor, Producer, he has worked on his soundtracks and in the music department, he is an Editor, and works the cameras with ease.
His … Continue reading
Exclusive Horrornews.net Interview: Bev Sninchak
Colorado Springs Paranormal Association (C.S.P.A.)
How did you first get interested in the paranormal?
As a young girl of about 9 or 10, I used to go to the library and plant myself in what was known back then as the occult section of the library. My initial fascination was due to a … Continue reading
Jack: Thank you for taking time out for us.
Justin: Yeah, we really appreciate it.
DD: First of all lets talk about you. Who are you and what do you do?
Jack: Jack Sullivan, art student, co-founder/editor/contributor for Gothology.
Justin: Justin King, publisher, writer and comic artist. And, I’m also the … Continue reading
Michael Aloisi states â€śIf no one ever reads your work, does it exist?â€ť Well he exists and so does his work. He is the co-author of Legendary Horror Icon, Kane Hodderâ€™s book â€śUnmasked: The Worldâ€™s Most Prolific Cinematic Killer Kane Hodder.â€ť Hodder is a legend in the world of Horror and one of the greatest stuntmen in cinematic history and when you start reading Kaneâ€™s book you canâ€™t put it down but … Continue reading
1. How did you get involved in paranormal investigations?
I got involved in paranormal investigations through combining a mutual interest with my friend Mike Cardinuto 8.5 years ago. I was taking a
college course on the sociology of the paranormal, and was looking for a subject to … Continue reading
Many of us in the Horror world know her as the vibrant and talented Carmela â€śRoxsy Tylerâ€ť Hayslett who stars and hosts â€śCarnival of Horrors,â€ť now there is a big buzz surrounding a new independent horror film called â€śDeer Crossingâ€ť in which Carmela â€śRoxsy Tylerâ€ť Haylett stars in. The film is directed by writer and director Christian Jude Grillo and it stars Christopher Mann, Laura Lynn Cottrel and beloved horror legend Doug … Continue reading
He is one of our generationâ€™s most gifted writers. His first novel â€śWitherâ€ť was published and Passarella won the Bram Stoker Award in 2000 for Superior Achievement in a first novel. He has written some of the horror/science-fiction/fantasy books of our generation including â€śSupernatural: Night Terror,â€ť â€śWither,â€ť and â€śKindred Spirit.â€ť Joss Wheadon created shows and Passarellaâ€™s books were based on the show â€śBuffy the Vampire Slayerâ€ť and â€śAngel.â€ť Joss Whedon created show … Continue reading
Hey there acolytes young & old. Been awhile huh? Well, to be honest with all of you The Black Saint has been experiencing some physical difficulties as of late. When you get as old as I am…these things happen. But I have a nice little interview for you here. The gentleman’s name is Gary Streiner and if the name is familiar to you it’s probably because he’s the younger brother of Russell … Continue reading
MIKE JOY: How did you first become involved with Iron Maiden?
DEREK RIGGS: I was working as an album cover artist with several record companies doing all sorts of things, I did a few Jazz covers for EMI records. Iron Maiden’s manager saw those pictures about six months after they were published and asked to see my portfolio.
MIKE JOY: How did “Eddie” come about and what’s the story behind this … Continue reading
Exclusive Horrornews.net Interview: Chuck Taylor
Dragon Gate Wrestler
I’d go with Jason Voorhees easily. Mostly because I’ve always found Michael Myers kinda boring. I’m a huge John Carpenter fan but Myers never really did anything for me