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August 13th, 2014
Reviewed by: seanofthedead
Category: Book Reviews
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Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
Category: Book Reviews
August 10th, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
Category: Book Reviews
In your years of studying Nostradamus, have your become disillusioned or even disappointed in the facts that youâ€™ve uncovered about him and his legend?
Very much so. This is a common experience among academic scholars studying Nostradamus. The more they study him, the more skeptical they are forced to become, as it becomes more and more obvious that the
many myths about him are simply not borne … Continue reading
Horrornews Exclusive Interview :Â Darin Read
Short Film: Up Under The Roof
Where did the concept of â€śup under the roofâ€ť come from?
Iâ€™ve been obsessed with fear and how people overcome it all my life. Like many children, I was afraid of the dark (or what I imagined lurked in it). I watched horror films and read â€śFamous Monstersâ€ť during daylight hours but grew terrified at night when the lights went … Continue reading
Ryan Buell is a full-time paranormal investigator and founder of the Penn State Paranormal Research Society. He stopped by New York Comic Con to promote his hit docu-drama “Paranormal State,” and his new book Paranormal State: My Journey into the Unknown.
What was your greatest paranormal experience at Penn State University?
I grew up in South Carolina and investigated there, and my first year of college I went to a branch campus … Continue reading
A little while ago I blessed all of you with a review of one disturbingly good movie called “S&MAN” & now I have had the great pleasure to interview the Star of the film Mr. Eric Marciak. Here’s what he had to say about the himself, the film & a litany of other subjects:
The Black Saint: First of all, how are you doing today?
Eric Marciak: Fine! I’m doing alright.
Â Exclusive Horrornews Interview : Don Sumner
Book : Horror Movie Freak
So, what is a Horror Movie Freak?
A Horror Movie Freak is a passionate horror movie fan. There are degrees, though, of horror freak ranging from the super-dedicated fan who knows every director, release date, indie film and actor with posters and memorabilia all over the place â€“ to those who just … Continue reading
Hello Freaks And Minx! Dai here talking to the beautiful and talented Miss Misery! Sit back, relax, and welcome to the macabre world of one of my favorite horror hostesses!
Hi Miss Misery! Thank you so much for joining us today!
Well Thank you Dai! I always love talking to you.
Tell us about your show and what you do.
The Last Doorway Show is a show dedicated to the independent … Continue reading
Hello there Fiend Club!
I know that it’s not time for me to give you the greatest in horror just yet, but sometimes special opprtunities fall into your lap and you cannot pass em’ up..this just happens to be one of those treats. I have had the pleasure of getting to know one of my favorite contestants of the show Scream Queens 2, Sierra Holmes.
Yes,everything you witnessed on the screen is absolutely true, … Continue reading
James Morgart (JM): When we first met (oh, so many years ago), I was in a graduate program for Accounting and you were mostly taking on modeling work, how did you break into film?Â More specifically, why horror films?Â
Suzi Lorraine (SL): Isn’t it amazing what has happened in the last 8 years!Â Can you believe we’ve been friends all those years – geez!Â My break into horror films was completely intentional, and strategic.Â I started modeling to make … Continue reading
You seem to use Angela Bettis in your work quite often. Any particular reason why?
(LM)Ummmmmâ€¦You seen what she can do, right? Sheâ€™s my cinematic soul sister.
When can we find a copy of All Cheerleaders Die?
(LM)Chris Sivertson (The Lost, I Know Who Killed Me) and I are just waiting for a time to put it out ourselves. Time just hasnâ€™t felt right yet. Itâ€™s aging like wine, though. Pretty frickenâ€™ hilarious and a … Continue reading
KS: I remember Buffy to be a great experience. I thought all the actors did a great job developing their characters and executed them wonderfully. If there were any “problems,” I am unaware. Joss was on set everyday and it was great to … Continue reading
Tom HollandÂ - Actor
Hatchet 2 – Movie
Note: Tom Holland is best known for directing such classic horror movies as Child’s Play and Fright Night.
I’m delighted, but are you surprised that Hatchet 2 is getting a theatrical release despite the gore?
Totally. I think itâ€™s a big deal. Before the MPAA controlled through banning the advertising of X rated films in the MSM. The net is making it … Continue reading
And now, with no further ado, I have something extremely special and sinister for your dark hearts. The incredible Jovanka Vuckovic is a former editor ofÂ Rue Morgue Magazine, Canada’s premiere horror publication. She is now a mother to a beautiful baby ghoul and wife to a killer musician,Â Redeemer’s Shane Faulkner. But through all of the gifts and changes life has thrown in her way, Jovanka has decided to take away whatever … Continue reading
Thomas Weissner: EDITOR “ASIAN CULT CINEMA”
Interview – 02.06.09
Scarlett– Thanks for stopping by to interview with us!
Tom Weisser– Glad to be here with you.
Scarlett– How did you become interested in Asian Cult movies?
Tom Weisser– I could spin a story. But I presume youâ€™d like the truth, as mundane as that might be. Iâ€™ve always loved movies. And … Continue reading
DR. COLLETTE BALMAIN: author- Interview – 01.23.09
Thank you so much for stopping by to interview with us! Can you tell us about your book, â€śIntroduction to Japanese Horror Filmâ€ť?
Collette-Â The book is an exploration of Japanese horror cinema from the 1950s onwards. The aim behind the book was to write something that would be useful to students but also … Continue reading
Interview with Elias Merhige – 01.31.09
(INTERVIEW BY SCOTT ESSMAN)
Elias Merhige, born in 1964, grew up in Brooklyn, and went to school in Tenafly, New Jersey before attending film school at State University of New York at Purchase where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1987.Â This exclusive interview concerns the making of his controversial non-dialogue feature film, … Continue reading
Dark Remains (2006)
Ghost of the Needle (2003)
Ahhh the sounds of brilliance fills the room as I sit down to talk with Brian about himself, his career, and his upcoming work. As half of the husband/wife team that created Dark Remains, he sheds a little light … Continue reading