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October 18th, 2014
Interviewed by: Janel Spiegel
October 16th, 2014
Interviewed by: The Black Saint
October 15th, 2014
Interviewed by: Mike Joy
October 20th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
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October 17th, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
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Interview with Sara Karloff:
1. My father would be utterly amazed and gratified by the fan following he has today. He was a very modest man and felt he was very lucky to be able to spend his life doing something he genuinely loved. He would be very grateful to his fans for their appreciation of his work.
First time director Blair Erickson has managed to do what a lot of other far more established directors failed to do this year, he scared the bejeezus outta me with his debut feature BANSHEE CHAPTER! The kind of film that just really gets under your skin and freaks you out, BANSHEE CHAPTER is the story of a young woman looking to get to the bottom of the disappearance of her boyfriend after he experimented with … Continue reading
He may be new to the acting scene, but Deron Miller has been a heavy hitter in the rock and metal scene for close to 20 years now. He may be best known as frontman and head songwriter for CKY. After leaving the band in 2010, Deron made the jump to film. Heâ€™s a self-proclaimed horror junkie (you can read about his obsession with one particular series here) and film … Continue reading
Here is an interview that I conducted with Jared Cohn. He talks about his recent trip to Thailand for the filming of the new James Cullen Bressack movie, Pernicious ! Lots of great stories, Prison Fights and Lady Boys… etc. We also talked about Jail Bate that just wrapped. It’s based on the graphic novel by the same name. Of … Continue reading
With his upcoming book, Confessions of the Impaler, getting a lot of buzz lately, I thought Iâ€™d take a couple minutes to pick the brain of the author, Vincenzo Bilof.
HorrorNews: Letâ€™s start with the basics. Tell us a little about Vincenzo Bilof. What should we know?
Vincenzo Bilof: The Tale of Vincenzo begins in the in the colorful world of Michigan, a planet thatâ€™s not too far away, but you still need … Continue reading
With the release of Caesar & Ottoâ€™s Deadly Xmas just a few weeks away, I felt it was time to talk to Caesar and Otto themselves, Dave Campfield and Paul Chomicki. Last year I talked to Dave pretty extensively about his film and career (you can read that interview here) so much of this interview will focus on Paul but I wasnâ€™t about to let Dave off the hook and … Continue reading
Today exclusively for â€śHNNâ€ť I got to speak with the the genius behind â€śAll Hallows Eveâ€ť! He is such an interesting guy to talk to since not only did he direct his film but also did all the special effects and even wrote it. He actually found a way to put all of his short film revolved around a bloodthirsty clown into one brilliant film. After reading this article and watching the film you have … Continue reading
The road an independent film must travel is a long and hard one. It could take years for it to find a distributor and once it does, it still must find an audience. Itâ€™s been almost a year and a half since I first saw Caesar and Ottoâ€™s Deadly Xmas and it finally finds its way to home video on November 19. Itâ€™s a fun mix of horror and comedy that pays homage to … Continue reading
I caught my first DieMonsterDie live show back on Halloween of 2009. I’d spoken with the band in their practice space a few days before the show while I was on assignment for a different writing gig I had at the time. However, this Halloween show was the first time I’d actually seen them live. Let me tell you, what I experienced was a grungy, dirty, stripped down show full of blood … Continue reading
Danielle Harris takes time to talk about her new movie Shiver as well as the Halloween franchise, Among Friends, Halloween Wars, and Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead.
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A graduate of The National Film School, Julian Richards short film trilogy “Pirates” (1988), “Queen Sacrifice” (1988) and “Bad Company” (1992) won several awards including Best Film at the British Short Film Festival before being televised by BBC Screenplay Firsts. After film school Julian directed “A Mutter of Voices” (1994) a docu-drama about genocide in Rwanda for BBC2, and twelve episodes of Liverpool soap “Brookside” (1982) for Channel Four. In 1994 Julian adapted the … Continue reading
Janel: Tony, please tell us a little about you and how you got started?
Tony: I was fascinated by the dramatic arts as a child, with annual trips to the ballet and theater. I always participated in my school plays, and began really studying the craft in high school, under the tutelage of the amazing Kent Cathcart. I first auditioned for the film, … Continue reading
Interview with Author & Paranormal Expert: Rosemary Ellen Guiley
byÂ Janel Spiegel
Janel- As an introduction, could you tell us a little about yourself?
Rosemary Ellen Guiley is one of the leading experts on the paranormal with more than 50 books published by major houses on a wide range of paranormal, spiritual, and mystical topics, including nine single-volume encyclopedias. Her work is translated into 15 languages. She has worked full-time in the paranormal … Continue reading
This interview serves as a bit of a mea culpa (Iâ€™d like to think, anyways). Zach Green, my interviewee. first approached me to be interviewed for HorrorNews.net site a while ago. I agreed. Unfortunately, the last few months have been deeply harrowing , healthwise, for this particular writer, and Zach requested an interview just before I fell down the rabbit hole of ill heath (lucky him).
In hindsight, it probably would have been … Continue reading
Michael Grise: How are you doing today Derek?
Derek Mears: I am super happy!
In 2005, immediately after graduating film school at Full Sail University, Steven C. Miller moved from Florida to Hollywood where he and two close friends raised the money to fund his feature film debut. “Automaton Transfusion” The no-budget cult phenomenon (which Miller also wrote and edited) was shot in 9 days and had a budget of under 30k. In October 2007, “Automaton Transfusion” premiered at the “ScreamFest” horror festival at the famous Mann’s Chinese … Continue reading
Jay Kanzler, the director of 23 Minutes to Sunrise, has taken the time to answer some of our questions in this latest interview. Below youâ€™ll learn a bit about Kanzlerâ€™s previous work, what it was like working with actors like Eric Roberts and Bob Zany, the process of getting a feature film shot in ten days, and even some news regarding future projects. Take a look:
What inspired you to write 23 Minutes … Continue reading
Interview: Directors Jen & Sylvia Soska Part 2 (American Mary)
The Black Saint can be such a klutz sometimes! The tape recorder that I used to record my interview with the fabulous Soska twins, Jen and Sylvia, had mysteriously vanished before I could completely document our entire discussion. I held out as long as I could but I had to eventually submit the interview incomplete but today the little vanishing micro recorder suddenly turned up … Continue reading
At this yearâ€™s Mo*Con, I had a chance to meet and chat with writer, editor and one time reader for Clarkesworld Magazine, Nayad A. Monroe. What struck me at the time was the passion and excitement that poured from her when discussion literary matters. Over the course of … Continue reading
Jen and Sylvia Soska are twin sisters who kick all kinds of cinematic ass! Having been involved in acting since they were kids they have been in the film business for a long time and after having funding pulled from a film project that they were working on while in film school they simply forged ahead and finished it on their own with their own money. The resulting short film got them a lot of … Continue reading