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August 30th, 2014
Interviewed by: Mike Joy
August 29th, 2014
Interviewed by: Janel Spiegel
August 28th, 2014
Interviewed by: The Black Saint
August 31st, 2014
Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
Category: Book Reviews
August 28th, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
Category: Book Reviews
August 26th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
Category: Book Reviews
Author of “supernatural: john winchesters journal”, the narrows”,” scattering of jades”……..
I recently had the opportunity to talk to fiction author Alex Irvine who was very gracious and patient with me as I picked his brain about some of his recent work including his second Supernatural tie- in, Supernatural: John Winchesterâs Journal. You could say Alex has now literally written the book on Johnâs mysterious journal.
Alex and I talked about everything from Native … Continue reading
Night of the Comet is one of those movies that I just have to watch every time itâs on television. Itâs a movie that has that certain âitâ factor and I guess thatâs why it has such a loyal fan base. Do you have a favorite scene in that movie?
Yes, the scene on the … Continue reading
Sam Qualiana, was one of last years winners of the Buffalo Screams Film Festival âFilmmakers to Watch Awardâ for his submission âNo Road Outâ, a crime drama. Sam has been very busy producing short films, for example âSwamp Squad of the Deadâ, âLike Icarus, Quickly Fallingâ, âToxic Hoppersâ among many more.
Originally he had decided to remake one of his movies âSnow Shark: Ancient Snow Sharkâas a short movie but found … Continue reading
Hey there acolytes of mine! The Black Saint has a special treat for all of you on this fine day. Gerard Lough is a filmmaker that comes to us all the way from Ireland with a highly acclaimed short called “The Boogeyman” which is based on the short story of the same name by Stephen King. He is also hard at work with his first full feature film to be called “Deviant”. … Continue reading
There are lots of reasons, but I think the most important one was really being inspired by Anna Muckcracker’s gorgeous artwork. Brian Giberson (my partner at Halo-8) and I had been experimenting with the illustrated film format for a while, but we might still have gone with traditional animation for Godkiller since it’s really risky to experiment with a … Continue reading
Exclusive Horrornews Interview – April 3rd, 2011
Governor Jesse Ventura Â (new book – 63 Documents the Government Don’t Want You to Read )
Today, Horrornews.net / Unexplained Confidential talks to Governor Jesse Ventura about his TruTV series Conspiracy Theory and his new book titled 63 documents the government doesn’t want you to read. He talks about the release of his book as it relates the WikiLeaks. Government Assassination and possible … Continue reading
Could you give our Horrornews.net audience a brief synopsis about your film?
Edwin and Tommy are two stoner buddies who are lone survivors of a mass zombie outbreak caused by meteorites. One day they discover a great zombie fertilizer that helps grow super potent pot. The problem is since the government has cleared out many of the major cities, there are no longer any zombies where they live. In order for … Continue reading
How did you break into acting?
Break? I’m still at the door kicking! I started doing plays when I was younger and just never stopped. After high school, I started going to college, but I was miserable there. I wanted to be in Los Angeles, the only classes i was interested in were the few acting classes that the school offered, so I left. “The Devil Within” was a great little … Continue reading
A woman is placed in a convent against her will and fantasizes about power, domination, sensuality and freedom — all the things that are forbidden to her. She finds a key to the Schism that can bring forth the Order of the Gash and she fearlessly summons the Cenobites, who are astounded at her willingness to trade … Continue reading
James Morgart (JM): Obviously, you starred as Leatherface in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, one of the great low-budget horror legends in the history of horror films.Â But then you took time off before coming back to horror.Â First, what were you doing during that time away from film?
Gunnar Hansen (GH): My interest had alway been writing first, so thatâs what I did. I went back to grad school for a while after filming Chainsaw and … Continue reading
RW: What would you say has been the most challenging role for you?
AB: Oh that would have to be portraying Judy Garland because sheâs so well known. The audience is tough but it was fun. Thereâs no singing. I canât do it. Itâs well written so I felt I just had to be a part of it.
RW: Of all the directors you had worked with who would you say … Continue reading
Exclusive Horrornews Interview – Dan Fraga: Exhumed Films – 12.05.08
MJ : How was Exhumed Films born?
DF : It’s a bit of a long story, but here goes: Exhumed Films is comprised of four people: me, Joseph Gervasi, Harry Guerro, and Jesse Nelson. The four of us have been friends for quite some time. Harry, Jesse, and I went to high school together and actually all worked together at a … Continue reading
Interview with Jeff Ross ( director of Resurrection – Rise of the Rabisu )
The new movie, Resurrection, is currently being filmed. Can you give our Horrornews.net fans some idea on what they can expect from this movie?
Not being a horror film affection-ado, IĘźm not sure what the brunt of horror fans look for in a film. If, for example, one is a âhard-coreâ fan, they may be disappointed with … Continue reading
WHO: Dave Hagan (founder of monstermania)
Dave Hagan Interview – 11.19.08
MJ: How did the MonsterMania Con start ?
DH : I’ve always been a fan of horror from childhood on. I was part of what they call the monster kids now, it’s early to mid-60′s when Famous
Monsters magazine was out. It was very … Continue reading
In my younger days I would spend hours standing in front of the horror section at the local video store.Â The big boxes and their promises of blood, sex and violence felt like home to me for some reason.Â Of the titles that I rented the most there was one that got on my mothers nerves like no other, that movie was Frank Henenlotterâs Basket Case.Â After several viewings of Basket Case I started trying … Continue reading
WHO: ARI LEHMAN
WHAT: THE FIRST “JASON”!!
Actor/Musician : ARI LEHMAN (boy the in lake from Friday the 13th & FirstJason)
MIKE JOY: How old were you when you played Jason Voorhees?
ARI LEHMAN : First of all, Greetings From Camp Crystal Lake to you and all of the Horror News readers. When I was 13 years old, I snuck into an audition for a comedy feature film … Continue reading