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Interview: Author Nick Redfern (The Real Men In Black)

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Unexplained Confidential presents an Interview with Nick Redfern about his new book, The Real Men In Black

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

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Interview: Tiffany Shepis (The Frankenstein Syndrome)

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What attracted you to The Frankenstein Syndrome?

What attracted me to TFS?? There were many things that made me want to be involved with The Frankenstein Syndrome. First it’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.

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Interview: Director Scott Glosserman (Behind The Mask: The Rise Of Leslie Vernon)

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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

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Interview: Natalie Dickinson (She’s Crushed)

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What was your attraction to She’s Crushed?

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

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Excerpt from the Controversial Interview with Pro Wrestler Austin Idol

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This is part of the interview conversation that I had with Austin Idol this past Saturday, June 4, 2011.  WARNING: The topic was the real life 1975 plane crash that ended in the death of professional wrestler Bobby Shane. Austin Idol, Buddy Colt, and Gary Hart were also on that plane.  This interview gets very heated.

Austin Idol:
It really plays heavily on your mind. It’s like a never ending … Continue reading

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Horror Movies on a Micro Budget… Ask Tom Berdinski how to do it the right way

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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

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Interview: Austin Idol – Pro Wrestler ‘Snapped!’

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Exclusive Horrornews Interview : “Universal Heartthrob” Austin Idol

Here is the complete three part interview that I conducted with professional wrestler Austin Idol.   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

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Interview: James Cullen Bressack (My Pure Joy)

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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

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Interview: Missy Hyatt

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Exclusive Horrornews Interview w/ Missy Hyatt ( Pro Wrestling Manager )

Interview with “The Walking Riot” Missy Hyatt ( Professional Wrestling Valet / Manager extraordinaire ) 

We reminisce about the glory days of World Class Championship Wrestling and Bill Watt’s Universal Wrestling Federation, as well as her days in Extreme Championship Wrestling! 

My talk about flaws in the current woman’s wrestling  scene and why Missy would have made … Continue reading

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Interview: Opi Saint of Patron Saint of Plagues

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Interview w/ Patron Saint Of Plagues
Frontman Opi Saint (vocals/guitar/songwriter)

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

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Interview: Pat Kilbane (The Brain Eaters Bible)

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Interview w/ Pat Kilbane
The Brain Eater’s Bible, MAD TV, Seinfeld

How did you go from being in Day of the Dead to creating The Brain Eater’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

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Unexplained Confidential: Jersey Shore… Paranormal

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 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..

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Interview: Jason T. Swinchock (A Chemical Skyline)

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Interview w/ Jason T. Swinchock
Movie – A Chemical Skyline

The title of the movie is “ A Chemical Skyline “ , what does that mean?

The title came from the mind of my co-writer and co-founder of E-Nertia Global, Omar S. Brooks. When Omar told me the title for the zombie movie that we were writing, i was blown away… that name is simply amazing. The “chemical sky” … Continue reading

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Interview: Filmmaker Robert Morgan (Bobby Yeah)

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“One of the most visionary filmmakers working today. Imagine a fusion between the sensibilities of Salvador Dali, David Cronenberg, Ingmar Bergman, Tim Burton and the Quay Brothers, and you’ll have a partial idea of the sheer brilliance of this man’s work.”
Mitch Davis, Rue Morgue Magazine.

As the above quote suggests, Robert Morgan is one of those rare filmmakers that you know are destined for greatness. Though his groaning awards … Continue reading

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Unexplained Confidential: Rocky Mountain Paranormal

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Rocky Mountain Paranormal – Interview: Bryan Bonner

How did you first get interested in the paranormal?

Most people in the field of paranormal research “Ghost Hunting” get into the field because of some type of personal experience that has given them a goal to authenticate what they feel was a life changing experience. This is not the case with us, we became interested in the field because … Continue reading

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Interview: Carl Lindbergh (Bunnyman)

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Interview w/ Carl Lindbergh
Film : Bunnyman



Could you tell our Horrornews.net audience a little about Bunnyman?

Bunnyman is a independent slasher film inspired by the horror films of the 80′s. It’s played serious, even though the title character happens to wear a giant bunny costume. It’s about a family of cannibals, lead by a disfigured man who has mommy issues. Those mommy issues lead the character to wear a bunny costume.

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