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Interview: Filmmaker Robert Morgan (Bobby Yeah)


“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 ...

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Interview: Alex Irvine (Author Supernatural JW Journal..)


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 Winchester’s Journal. You could say Alex has now literally written ...

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From the NightShift: ‘Snow Shark’ – exclusive with Sam Qualiana


Sam Qualiana, was one of last years winners of the Buffalo Screams Film Festival “Filmmakers to Watch Award” for his submission “No Road Out”, a crime drama. Sam has been very busy producing short films, for example “Swamp Squad of the Dead”, “Like Icarus, Quickly Falling”, “Toxic Hoppers” among many more. Originally he had decided to remake one of his ...

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Interview: Governor Jesse Ventura

*Nov 09 - 00:10*

Exclusive Horrornews Interview – April 3rd, 2011 Governor Jesse Ventura  (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 ...

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Interview: Gunnar Hansen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Won Ton Baby..)


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. But then you took time off before coming back to horror. First, what were you doing during that time away from film? Gunnar Hansen (GH): My interest had alway been writing first, so that’s what ...

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