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Interview: Robert Conway – Director (The Encounter)

 The Encounter, from director Robert Conway, makes contact with DVD and VOD this June. A camping trip goes horribly wrong in the supernatural thriller starring Clint James and Megan Drust, out June 2 from Uncork’d Entertainment. Things start out normal when Colin Bastrow is camping with his wife and friends but an inexplicable event occurs resulting in Colin being found …

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Interview: Ari Novak (Director Cowboys VS Dinosaurs)

Ari Novak knows the film business. He’s worked various jobs in the industry, including driving trucks, visual effects supervisor, and held numerous other titles until forming the Oracle Film Group in 2004. In his quest to tell exciting stories, Oracle has done feature films, designed traveling exhibits, and did visual effects for a Broadway musical. This mixed bag of credits …

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Grace Patterson

Horror Actress: Grace Patterson How did you get in to the horror industry? Growing up horror films were my favorite! So when I started acting I was super interested in getting into some horror films. I auditioned for Sylance and got the part on the spot. That was my first experience on a horror film set.

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Interview: LazRael Lison (Private Number)

Writer/Producer/Director LazRael Lison directed his first feature (Kontrast) in 2009, and hasn’t looked back since! Since then, he’s written, produced & directed two more features and a number of well received short films. His production company, Summer House Films, is currently in pre production on a number of new features. His latest film, Private Number has just been released on …

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Morgan Tyler

Horror Actress: Morgan Tyler How did you get into horror films? The first film I was cast in was horror. It was Chuck Norfolk’s Getting Schooled. I self-submitted, did a screen test, and then found out I got the part. The film is the horror version of the breakfast club and I play Hilary, the princess character. It should be …

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