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Interview: Barry Boschelli (Dear Mr Gacy)

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Exclusive Horrornews Interview :
Barry Boschelli ( John Wayne Gacy’s childhood friend )
” Dear Mr Gacy,  Johnny & Me “

 

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Barry was childhood friends with John Wayne Gacy and together they shared many … Continue reading

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Interview: Johnny Legend

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The Black Saint: I’m standing here with the man, the myth, the one & only Johnny Legend! How are you feeling today Johnny?

Johnny Legend: Feeling Pretty spry man! I’m that knda guy & I’m feeling spry! The truth shall set you free & the best thing in life is me!

TBS: That’s it! Interview’s over! You’ve said it all Johnny…But I have to ask, what are you up to now?

JL: Well … Continue reading

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Interview: Rob Avery (Slashers Gone Wild)

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Exclusive Horrornews Interview

Rob Avery (director,writer)
Movie: Slashers Gone Wild 

Where did the creative process begin with Slashers Gone Wild?

As a horror movie fan, one thing I have always noticed is that most of the time the audience cheers for the villains. I decided to make a movie where it was totally cool to root for the slashers. I had been shooting short movies and … Continue reading

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Interview: Frank Henenlotter (Bad Biology, Brain Damage, Basket Case)

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Hi people! The Black Saint has been going through his files & I’ve dug up some interviews that I should share with all of my acolytes. The first one is with director Frank Henenlotter (Basket Case 1,2 & 3, Frankenhooker & the indescribable Bad Biology). I hope you enjoy our short chat.

The Black Saint: It is truly an honor to be sitting here with you Mr. Henenlotter. I am a really … Continue reading

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Interview: Jim Trombetta (The Horror! The Horror!)

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The Horror! The Horror! Comic Books the Government Didn’t Want You to Read!
By Jim Trombetta
Published by Abrams ComicArts

What are some of the source materials used to created this collection of rare comics? 

First, when I first got the idea, I studied what was available at Comic-Cons because outside of EC I didn’t really know what existed. I just had an idea it was special somehow. I also … Continue reading

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Interview: Keith Kawamura, Crunchyroll Brand Manager

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Crunchyroll entered the online anime world in 2006 and became well-known as a controversial, for-profit upload and streaming site primarily featuring East Asian content. Initially the programs the site hosted included fan-subs and bootlegs of American releases, but as the company began to acquire investors and received a substantial investment from Venrock, Crunchyroll began to pull illegal materials from the site. In 2009, Crunchyroll went legit and removed all infringing material … Continue reading

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Interview: Sid Haig (House Of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, Spider Baby) – 2010

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Remember that Christmas surprise I promised? Well, it’s none other than the head-twisting, hand-wringing, ape-walking, dribble-drooling Ralph from Spider Baby (1968) himself, Sid Haig. A veteran of more than fifty films, from Jack Hill’s exploitation flicks of the sixties and seventies, to his recurring role of Captain Spaulding in Rob Zombie movies like House Of 1000 Corpses (2003), The Devil’s Rejects (2005) and The Haunted World Of El Superbeasto (2009). The television … Continue reading

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Interview: Marc Price – Director (Colin)

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There’s been a lot of growing buzz surrounding director Marc Price’s zombie epicColin, not the least of which is the fact that it was produced to the tune of about $75.

You read that right: seventy-five bucks. That’s it.

It certainly doesn’t look it, that’s for sure. Colin possess all of the grim atmosphere and heart-stopping visuals you’ve come to expect from a splat-tastic film about the undead; a testament to the talent … Continue reading

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Interview: Brett Anstey – Director (Damned by Dawn)

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Exclusive Horrornews Interview – Brett Anstey
writer / producer / director DAMNED BY DAWN

How did you come up with the story for damned by dawn?

Many years ago I remember watching the Disney film, DARBY O’GILL & THE LITTLE PEOPLE which featured a Banshee. The visual aspects & concept of a Banshee scared the bejeezus out of me! So as we nutted out the story I … Continue reading

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Interview: John Carl Buechler (FX Makeup Artist)

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Hey acolytes old & new! The Black Saint has returned after a long Samhain weekend to regale you with some more interviews from the Creation Weekend Of Horrors a few weeks back. I recruited so many new acolytes into my Army Of Darkness over the Samhain weekend & indoctrination was a bit taxing (on them, not me) but they persevered & are serving me as I type these words to all of you. Let’s begin … Continue reading

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Interview: Richard W. Haines (What Really Frightens You)

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1-How were you first interested in filmmaking?

In the mid-sixties my parents bought me a Super 8 camera and I began making amateur movies in that format at age ten. Later they purchased me Super 8 sound equipment and I created sound shorts. I rounded up friends to appear in them and
also made animated movies using GI Joes, shooting them a frame at a time to make … Continue reading

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Interview: Paul Duncan / Horror Cinema

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HorrorNews Interview: Paul Duncan – Horror Cinema

Mike Joy: Its hard to believe that horror cinema has only been around for over 100 years. This book gives the reader an entertaining glimpse through the history of horror on film, from the Edison Studios Frankenstein short film in 1910 to this modern era of horror here in 2010.How long did it take to compile all the knowledge that is trapped in this … Continue reading

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Interview: Adrienne King (Friday the 13th) – 10.26.10

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Hello acolytes, how are all of you feeling? Terrible I hope! It is I, your liege The Black Saint back with another interview from the Creation “Weekend Of Horror” held last weekend in LA. Seeing as we’re getting ever closer to Samhain (Halloween for those who aren’t as ancient as I am) I’m trying to get all the rest of my interviews up this week so I can enjoy this coming Sunday. … Continue reading

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Interview: Stacy Davidson (Sweatshop)

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Stacy Davidson stopped in to talk about his new film SWEATSHOP and discuss a bit on what it’s like being a film maker today.
He is such a talented guy, so if you’re unfamiliar with him, it is my pleasure to introduce you! Here is our interview in full, enjoy!

Dai: Hi Stacy! Welcome to HorrorNews.net! Thanks for joining us today!

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Interview: Sid Haig (House Of 1000 Corpses, The Devils Rejects, Halloween)

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Another luminary of the Horror world I was able to talk to for a short while was the one & only Sid Haig. Mr. Haig was more than generous with his time & agreed to sit down & answer a few questions about his work past, present & future,

TBS: I’m sitting here with the legendary star of many films that are near & dear to any horror/exploitation fans heart. I’m talking … Continue reading

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Interview: Camille Keaton (I Spit on your Grave – 1978)

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Hey Fiend Club! I have got to tell you the month of October, and of course Halloween have always been my favorite moments of the year. But since I have become a writer, well, there has been nothing like it! The reason is the incredible people that I have had the opportunity to speak to, and of course, the legends that I have been an avid fan of for many years. This … Continue reading

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