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Interview: Richard Lovejoy (Charred Oak, Satan Camp)


Interview with Richard Lovejoy Actor, Writer, co-founder of Charred Oak Films What made you decide to write Satan Camp? Like all good stories about the origins of things, this starts at a bar. I was enjoying some whiskey with actor Kent Meister and director Scott Chinn, talking about this insane script I had just completed called Mosquito. That script involves bloody ...

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Interview: John Lechago (Bio-Slime, KillJoy 3, Blood Gnome)


Every now and then there is a director who makes a movie and just “explodes” on to the scene which their micro budget independent and they are totally embraced the world and suddenly you have you have you’re “Blair Witches” and you’re “Paranormal Activities.” Other times a director makes a good film but still have to work like hell to ...

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Interview: Buddy Giovinazzo – Writer/Director (Combat Shock, Life Is Hot In Cracktown)


You know back when I was just getting my mind around becoming The Black Saint in the 80’s, I spent nearly all of my free time on the famed strip known as “The Deuce” here in NYC. Forty second street between 7th & 8th avenue was just a hotbed of sleazy, filthy, depraved drug addled fools. And then there were ...

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Interview: Lucifer Valentine (Slow Torture Puke Chamber, ReGORGEgitated Sacrifice)

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Cascading Intestinal Chunks with Lucifer Valentine “Slow Torture Puke Chamber”  Note: This interview contains some really sick images, turn back now if easily offended Modern horror no longer evokes fright from the dark recesses of the collective psyche. The screams of horror no longer are a cacophony of a primal atavistic nightmare unleashed upon both innocent and iniquitous prey. In ...

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Interview: Tom Provost Director (The Presence 2011)


Described on Horrornews.net as “The most innovative ghost story I’ve ever seen”, director Tom Provost’ “The Presence” is just that and more. It combines elements of drama, suspense, romance & a few “Bumps in the night” into a smartly told tale of a woman (Mira Sorvino) who retreats to an old cabin her grandmother owned to do some work. Unfortunately ...

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Interview: Sherman Wilmott (Memphis Heat)


Exclusive Horrornews Interview – Sherman Wilmott Executive Producer of Memphis Heat – The True Story of Memphis Wrasslin’ Why did you decide to make Memphis Heat: The True Story of Memphis Wrasslin’ ? My company, Shangri-la Projects, published the great Sputnik, Masked Men, & Midgets: The Early Days of Memphis Wrestling book by Ron Hall, who I have collaborated with ...

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Interview: Victoria De Mare (Contagion, Werewolf in a Women’s Prison..)


Victoria De Mare has been dubbed one of “Hollywood’s Hottest Scream Queens” and clocking over 44 roles since 1999 it’s a title that will most likely be sticking. Some of the high lights of her career are her humorously sexy roll as Batty Boop in “KillJoy 3” which will make you feel pretty f*cked up for finding a clown that ...

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Interview: Carlee Baker (The Woman)


EXCLUSIVE HORRORNEWS.NET INTERVIEW : CARLEE BAKER THE WOMAN, SOMETHING LIKE MURDER   What can you tell us about your character, Genevieve Raton, in the upcoming movie, “The Woman”? The character I play in the film, Ms. Raton, is a young idealistic teacher who becomes concerned about one of her students, the oldest daughter of the Cleek family. She tries to convince ...

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