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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
Stephen Graham Jones is the author of 10 novels, 2 short story collections, and so many short stories even he has lost count. He was kind enough to talk to us about his work, both present and future, as well as the state of horror movies and why he doesnât play video games.
2012 started with Zombie Bake-Off, pushed ahead with Growing Up Dead in Texas and The Last Final Girl, then ended … Continue reading
The third in my series of interviews with the cast and crew of HANNIBAL features Laurence J. Fishburne, yeah Morpheus himself. This time around he is playing the important role of Jack Crawford, the behind the scenes FBI agent who likes to match his agents up against Hannibal Lector.
The role of Jack Crawford has been an important one in the film outings of the Lector saga and with an actor of the caliber of … Continue reading
As I promised yesterday today I will continue with our countdown of interviews as we march towards the April 5th debut of HANNIBAL on NBC. Today comes series premiere director David Slade and he chats it up about bringing the incomparable Hannibal Lector to prime time TV.
He’s got something interesting thoughts on carrying the Hannibal legacy over to a more mainstream audience.
The purpose of all of this is to drive it … Continue reading
Over the course of the next few days, as we prepare for the debut of HANNIBAL on NBC, I’m going to be presenting you with interviews of the cast and crew all of whom have unique takes on bringing Hannibal Lector to network TV.
Our first interview is with Executive Producer Bryan Fuller who chats it up about all the things he would like to do with Hannibal Lector as a prime time baddie.
Remember, … Continue reading
The name Jamie Kennedy is known & loved to all who are devotees of the “SCREAM” franchise (He portrayed Randy Meeks in parts 1-3 to be precise). But he’s been acting professionally since 1989 (DEAD POETS SOCIETY) & he’s also written films like 2003’s “MALIBU’S MOST WANTED”. He’s a very familiar face on TV as both an actor & producer (THE JAMIE KENNEDY EXPERIMENT, ENTOURAGE, EUREKA, THE GHOST WHISPERER) & his production company, JAMIE … Continue reading
In the world of indie films, youâll find yourself a lot of people who talk big, but pull off very little. Toronto based filmmaker Reese Eveneshen is not one of these people. With his 2010 zombie flick âDead Genesisâ hitting shelves recently, he gave a refreshingly candid interview with HorrorNews about being a Jack of all Trades in the mighty genre known as horror.
1) Who are you, and what do you do?
Well, … Continue reading
Hi Seraphim, Itâs a pleasure to have you here at HorrorNews.net for an Interview. There is nothing that goes together better than rock music and Horror films, in my opinion. I love it when I come across an artist who Excels in both. I’d like to start at the beginning. The very beginning. Could you tell our readers, what is … Continue reading
First time director Matt Orlando’s debut feature “A RESURRECTION” tells the story of a down to earth high school psychologist (Mischa Barton) who tries to help a mentally ill student (Jonathan Michael Trautmann) who actually believes his brother is returning from the grave for revenge on the students who killed him in a senseless hit & run. Also starring Devon Sawa & (in his last film appearance) Michael Clarke Duncan, it’s a gripping film … Continue reading
Actress Caitlin Gerard attended UCLA where she majored in English with a concentration in creative writing. She is multilingual, fluent in German, French and English. She also attended the LycĂ©e International of Los Angeles for many years, then graduated from Malibu High School in 2006. She had small roles in “The Social Network”, “The Awakening” & “Magic Mike” but now she’s headlining in the just released to home video “Smiley”. She plays Ashley, a … Continue reading