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December 3rd, 2014
Interviewed by: Rio
November 29th, 2014
Interviewed by: Rio
November 28th, 2014
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December 1st, 2014
Reviewed by: seanofthedead
Category: Book Reviews
November 22nd, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
Category: Book Reviews
DW: Rob Zombie.
The whole time working with Rob Zombie did you ever feel like there were similarities towards Wes Craven and John Carpenter or did he ever talk about being a fan and liking Wes Cravenâs and Carpenterâs style?
DW: Adrienne Barbeau will tell you that John tells you to âdo lessâ well Rob Zombie tells you … Continue reading
Mike Joy: What possessed you to write a book on such a widely known but in my opinion, a scarcely believed subject?
Marie Jones: Oh, dĂ©jĂ vu is widely believed and is the most widely reported, and perhaps, the most widely researched anomalous phenomenon. There are … Continue reading
Way back in the sixties, way before Elvira, a favourite amongst Australian students was Deadly Earnest, the television schlock horror host on the 0-10 Network. Late on Friday nights, the atrocious old science fiction and horror films became compulsory viewing, solely because of the gothic Master of Ceremonies. Actors portraying Deadly Earnest were: Ralph Baker (ATV-0 Melbourne); Ian Bannerman (TEN-10 Sydney); Hedley Cullen (SAS-10 Adelaide); and Shane Porteous (TVQ-0 Brisbane).
Hey everyone. I recently had a chance to chat with Josh Howard, the creator/writer/artist for Dead@17, about the newest chapter in the series debuting in March 2010. If you have not had a chance to check out any of the Dead@17 stories I highly recommend doing so. The books have good depth and are very original. Josh’s art style is very attractive to the eye as well. I recently became a fan of this book … Continue reading
Ruby Larocca has a lot to say, I found this out pretty quickly after meeting her at the most recent Famous Monsters convention in Indianapolis at the beginning of July.Â She is a woman who has been in the genre for many years from working with Misty Mundae and William Hellfire in the films put out by Factory 2000 to roles in films done by Seduction Cinema.
Â She has starred in such films as The Devilâs … Continue reading
Mike Joy:Â Horrornews welcomes Sir Oliver Humperdink.Â The question is why are we interviewing this famous pro wrestling manager about horror. The answer is simple, you’ve seen House of 1,000 Corpses, House of the Dead, House of Wax, and even House on Haunted Hill, but have you ever seen House of Humperdink?Â Sir Oliver Humperdink throughout his storied career as pro wrestling manager, he’s managed the likes of Abdullah the Butcher, King Kong Bruiser … Continue reading
A pleasure to be here, so to speakâŠ
I am so excited to be talking with you. Tell us a bit about your background for those who may not recognize the name Hart Fisher.
By Andrew Hawnt
Â The Paris Immortal novels by S. Roit are something different in the overpopulated vampire fiction genre, and the fourth book, ‘Paris Immortal: Atonement’ is out soon. So what does this series and its author offer vampire fans that the others don’t? That is open to debate, but I would say that things such as character and sexuality are explored to a greater extent (and handled differently) in her books … Continue reading
Armont Casale : Honestly I had been working in production for several years, specifically television production. And I just got tired of waiting for someone else to give me my opportunity. So I decided to make own opportunity. I am an avid horror aficionado. I grew up with Jason, Freedy, Michael Myers. icons to most horror fans. I guess my … Continue reading
Sean Clark is the writer/producer of the upcoming movie, The Black Waters of Echoâs Pond. This movie is about a group of friends on a weekend getaway who discover an ancient board game that takes over their lives with deadly consequences. It won the audience choice award when it premiered in an Orlando horror convention. The original story by Gabriel Bologna fell into … Continue reading
Mike Joy: What should fans expect from âDeadly Impactâ?
Robert Kurtzman: An energetic tense action thriller.
Mike Joy: Was it a smooth transition going from make-up and special effects into directing?Â
Robert Kurtzman: It was a gradual progression as I started doing sum directing on second unit before moving onto my own film and my fx background really helped in understanding how … Continue reading
Chris Sun: It is about 4 beautiful young girls out for a night on the town but forget to organize a way home. Calling on an old school friend for a ride, they find that a simple lift home is going to become their worst nightmare. Stuck in the bush with three psychopaths, the girls endure a … Continue reading
Horror Hosts are as well-loved these days as the monsters they present on television. Zacherley, the Cool Ghoul is my personal favorite but they do abound. One such character presents himself as Dr. Gangrene and runs amok periodically when he gets loose from the TV studio.
The actor who gives the good Doctor voice is a native of Nashville, TN. I tracked him down on the … Continue reading
Talking With The Dead: 15 Questions With Kevin Strange
1.Â After visiting your site, I have to admit that I was rolling on the floor after watching your trailers! The twisted and perverse things that I saw not only showed me that you guys have more balls than 95% of the industry, but that beyond the jokes and gore, there is real talent here!Â How did you first get involved in the industry and what led to … Continue reading
Welcome back kiddies. This time I have lured Gary Reed into the depths to pick his brain about all things Deadworld. So sit back and relax we find out why we should all read be reading Deadworld,Â and what the future holds for this long running series.
Decapitated Dan: Lets start off simple who is Gary Reed?
Gary Reed: Wow, thatâs a tough one.Â Right now, Iâm a college professor in Biology and a free lance … Continue reading
My Son was actually doing some Halloween costume modeling on a morning show in Tampa and the traveling host that was with the costumes was Shawn McEwen who is the writer and director of Albino Farm and while all these kids were running around going nuts Shawn and I just started talking being the only adults in the room about our … Continue reading
MIKE JOY : Evilution has a great tag line, âThe End is Here!â Itâs short and to the point. I’m a big fan of tag lines as strange as that sounds. I think every great movie needs a great tag line. Alien, I think had one of the best tags of all time, âIn space, no one can hear you screamâ. Just curious, what’s your opinion of tag lines?
BRIAN OâTOOLE : I agree with … Continue reading
One of the problems of life that continually vex me is what the hell to do with all the dead hookers. Itâs almost a weekly distraction for me and it gets in the way of all the grave robbing. Not even quantum mechanics has come up with a theory to solve such an issue because the equation.
Never seems to equal a dead hooker! I know, maybe that dude in the wheelchair with the … Continue reading
When you have friends all over the globe, you arenât always entirely up to speed on what their current projects are.Â In this case, my darling friend Mark Redfield has gotten himself entangled in a morass of Poe tendrils worthy of Cthulhu himself.Â In October of 2009, I was watching CNNâs coverage of the Funeral of … Continue reading
Fans can expect a new approach in horror with a western theme involved, along with a picture in high-definition.
Why did you decide to go with the combination of horror/western?
My friends who own the western town have dreamed of making a movie there for years, so it seemed the way to go. Plus it gave us the different approach to the horror genre.
John Morghen, or Giovanni Lombardo Radice if you will, is one actor whose characters always seemed to get into a lot of trouble. Perhaps he was type casted a lot, but there wasnÂŽt many other actors had could portray these characters in such a vivid way that John, or Johnny as he prefers to be called, … Continue reading