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August 13th, 2014
Reviewed by: seanofthedead
Category: Book Reviews
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Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
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August 10th, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
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The Insomniac was able to hunt down and tie down Greg Lamberson for a few minutes to have a little chat. Greg Lamberson is the director/writer of the cult horror movies “Slime City”, Undying Love (New York Vampire), Naked Fear and the writer of such horrorifying tales of fiction “Johnny Gruesome”, “Personal Demons” and nonfiction “Cheap Scares”.
What drew you to doing a sequel to Slime City after all this time?
Back when we made … Continue reading
BR: I’m glad you asked that, and you’re the first ever to do so. I guess the answer is that I would LOVE to believe in alien life. Before “The X Files” was on the air, I was a voracious … Continue reading
Steven C. Miller emerged onto the Hollywood movie making scene a few years ago with Automaton Transfusion, a movie in which he wrote, edited and directed. AT premiered at the Screamfest L.A. horror festival and the ever so popular Weinstein brothers purchased the movie and distributed it. To me this is one of the best zombie movies made and with a budget of less than $30,000 and ever so close on the horizon are two … Continue reading
The Scream Queen is the pulsating erogenous zone within the flesh of cinematic horror. Such a living epitaph is a conglomeration of physical beauty, seasoned survival instincts, and latent weaponry prowess fused into a strong visual feminine protagonist.
Brandishing the blood carven inscription as ‚ÄúSan Francisco’s Gore Gore Girl‚ÄĚ, Shannon Lark was destined to become the quintessential avatar of the Scream Queen. The crystallization of Shannon‚Äôs kinship with blood, death, and horror achieved its … Continue reading
Peter Cornwell, director of the new film A HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT, stopped by to chat a bit with me about his new film and rise to the top of the horror genre popularity ladder! I am so honored and excited to present you with my interview with him and hope you see what an rare and exciting talent he truely is!
Thank you Peter for joining us today, I bet your crazy with all … Continue reading
Greetings from the Great White North, eh?¬†It‚Äôs always a pleasure chatting with you.
You’ve been working in television since the 90′s.¬†Give us a bit of your background.¬†How did you get into films and television?
Well, I grew up going to movies and watching films on television.¬†The classic Universal Studios monster films were my favorites, as well as epic films like ‚ÄėLawrence of Arabia‚Äô, and ‚ÄėBen Hur‚Äô‚Ä¶¬†films … Continue reading
Anthony Masi is your average Gen-X fright fan who was there in the theaters of the eighties when profit-turning horror franchises featuring Freddy Kruger, Michael Myers, Leatherface, Pinhead and of course, Jason Voorhees were raking in duckets by the month, much less the entire decade collectively.¬†
What is not average about Masi is the access he‚Äôs had to the players and creators of these standout vehicles as producer of expository documentaries such … Continue reading
JDW: I think when my Dad let me stay up to watch HORROR INC. I watched Dracula and I think I was hooked after that. Then later, some truck driver gave me a copy of Famous Monsters and then I was really into monsters and the like. My neighbor and I watched The SHUTTERED ROOM and GREEN SLIME. … Continue reading
Mastering the ability to create intriguing sci-fi, and horror films is a complex task. It‚Äôs an untamed adventure through the mind. Full Moon Features has traveled this chariot of darkness for over 30 years. Haunting the screen, Full Moon grabs ideas from the nether regions. ‚ÄÉ
Starting in 1976 as Empire Pictures, Charles and Richard Band have created over 200 films. Charles Band directs, produces, and writes. Richard, his Brother, has written countless scores … Continue reading
Alright the doctor of gore is here to bring you an exclusive interview with graphic designer/photograher Jason Beam of Jason Beam Studios to talk about his beatifully rendered and amazing artwork and the¬†horror and comic book genre as a whole! Words cannot put how kick ass his prints are so just visit his website www.jasonbeamstudios.com asap after youve read this fun interview!
Dr. Gorehound:¬†When did you first discover your own talent in art and … Continue reading
Victor Miller is the screenwriter behind the original ‚ÄúFriday the 13th‚ÄĚ a classic of the 80‚Äôs slasher genre. I was fortunate enough to sit down with Mr. Miller in his home here in Alameda, Ca and speak with him about how he got involved with ‚ÄúFriday‚ÄĚ and what kind of effect it‚Äôs had on his life.
How did you get involved with Friday the 13th?
Friday the 13th was an absolute mistake of nature. … Continue reading
Although he‚Äôs only 45, Marcus Nispel has been making TV commercials and music videos for 20 years, as he says, ‚Äúto pay the bills.‚ÄĚ¬†But, obviously, Nispel‚Äôs heart has been to make feature films.¬†He burst onto the scene with a revised Texas Chainsaw Massacre, starring Jessica Biel, in 2003. That version of the often-filmed tale in sequels and remakes stood out due to Nispel‚Äôs infusion of harsh reality using a washed-out stylized palette of colors … Continue reading
- Thanks for having me.
Tell us how you got your start in making films?
- I‚Äôve always been making movies since I was a kid.¬†I spent a lot of time making up stories.¬†I didn‚Äôt have any video equipment when I was younger so, I would draw a lot of comic books.¬†Most of them being horror related comic books.¬†When I hit high school, my … Continue reading
The art of mingling horror and comedy together is more subtle than one might think, despite the slapstick ease of say, Evil Dead II or even Lou Costello and Bud Abbott shambling against a Universal goon squad.¬†Some horror films are inherently dark and serious, though yielding bursts of perfectly-timed humor, as An American Werewolf in London did with glorious pastiche.
Brutal Massacre, in case you‚Äôre late to the show, is both a subtle and … Continue reading
MJ : How and why did you decide to write The Alphabet Killer?
TM : My wife, Emily, was from Rochester and said there’s a great unsolved case you should check out. It’s a true story based in Rochester where three girls from 10 to 12 were killed over a two year period and the killer was never caught. Over 800 suspects were interviewed. It remains an unsolved mystery to this day. I said, man, … Continue reading
Greetings my naughty little fiends! Today we discuss a subject close to my nocturnally maladjusted heart; a dead girl, or more correctly Dead Girl. Unlike what’s packed tight within my chest freezer in the next room, Dead Girl is a film; a film written by the one and only Trent Haaga and starring the enchanting Jenny Spain. If you do not know who Trent Haaga or Jenny Spain are then you should … Continue reading