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November 27th, 2014
Interviewed by: Rio
November 27th, 2014
Interviewed by: Dave Gammon
November 24th, 2014
Interviewed by: Horrornews.net
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November 22nd, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
Category: Book Reviews
November 13th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
Category: Book Reviews
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 (Iâd 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 youâll learn a bit about Kanzlerâs 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 yearâs 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
Â Â If the name Kane Hodder isn’t familiar to you then you’re probably looking at the wrong website. Kane has been involved in the film business since 1974 as a extra and performing stunts on film since 1977. But it was in 1988 that his name became memorable to horror fans worldwide when he took on the role of Jason Voorhees in “FRIDAY THE 13th PART VII: THE NEW BLOOD”. His singular take … Continue reading
Iâve been a fan of Troma ever since I saw The Toxic Avenger for the first time when I was just a teenager. I was hooked instantly and soon I was at the local video store in town every weekend renting Troma classics such as Surf Nazis Must Die, Class of Nuke âEm High, and Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. Troma is without a doubt one of the most successful … Continue reading
One of Hollywood’s finest cameramen, BJ McDonnell has worked on blockbuster films such as “BATTLE L.A.” (2011), “THE LORDS OF SALEM” (2012), “ABRAHAM LINCOLN VAMPIRE HUNTER” (2012), “JACK REACHER” (2013) & “STAR TREK: INTO DARKNESS” (2013). He’s also worked as the camera operator on director Adam Green’s first two “HATCHET” films (2006/2010) which made him the perfect choice to helm the third entry in the series, “HATCHET III”, which sees release this week … Continue reading
This past May 10th, 2013, Doc Rotten sat down with Naomi Grossman, who playsÂ PepperÂ inÂ American Horror Story: Asylum,Â at the Blood at the Beach 3 convention in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The character, Pepper, was introduced in the first episode as Journalist Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) enteredÂ Briarcliff Mental Institution for the first time. Her introduction set the tone for the series and astonished fans as they learned that theÂ micro-cephalic character was actually a talented actress and comedian in … Continue reading
Magnet Releasing & The Collective in association with Bloody Disgusting
DAVE GAMMON: It is a thrill to welcome my guest at this time Mr. Maurizio Guarini. Horror fans will perhaps be most familiar with your iconic contributions to various musical scores in terror cinema such as, Dario Argentoâs Suspiria, Lucio Fulciâs The Beyond and City of The Living Dead among many others. Throughout your storied career as a composer what single film … Continue reading
I have a stack of unread books nearly three feet high sitting on the floor near my already jam packed bookcase. This isn’t because I don’t like to read, far from it…I love to read! It’s fundamental isn’t it? It’s just that time is indeed a precious resource & over the decades I’ve found that I have very little of it to spread around. So, over the last few years, reading books has fallen … Continue reading
As a member of Canadian Film Collective ASTRON 6, Writer/Director Steven Kostanski is responsible for unleashing last year’s demented “FATHER’S DAY”. If you haven’t caught up to it just yet it’s the tender tale of a man who is frantically hunting down the maniac who murdered his father, Chris Fuchman AKA The Father’s Day Killer. If you think about his last name you can figure out what it is that Chris does to his … Continue reading
Movie: Air Disturbance
Tom Malloy (The Alphabet Killer) talks about the upcoming thriller by Joe Dante, titled “Air Disturbance”.Â Â This is a great 20+ minute interview, Tom talks with HorrorNews.net about horror movies in general and another old school horror project in the works.
What is your earliest childhood memory of being a horror fan?
I remember I was scared of ANY horror films at an early age! I completely avoided any horror films for a long time. I was a big fan of thrillers, though. And then I watched one and rediscovered the genre. I totally loved it! Horror is my favorite genre since a long time now.
Thank you both so much for sitting down with HorrorNews.net, itâs such a pleasure getting to talk with you both about the film. Love the movie and the untraditional approach to clown genre. This movie had great satire, fantastic gore and special effects. CM- You also directed âDead Meatâ for Fangoria Gore Zone. I notice you take such an artistic approach to your gore scenes. Watch the colors & shot style while- where do … Continue reading
Director Aleksander Nordaas has been making short films & TV movies in his native Norway since 2005. His latest production “THALE” tells the story of Leo & Elvis, a pair of crime scene cleanup workers who find a woman who is actually a mythological creature (Called a Huldra) in the basement of a house they’re working in. They soon find themselves besieged by someone or something outside of the house they’re in and not … Continue reading