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- January 31st, 2015Interviewed by: Doc Rotten
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I was recently lucky enough to sit down with the sweet and talented model/actress Deborah Funes to discuss the world of modeling and some of the movies and TV shows that she has been working on. If you arenâ€™t familiar with her you will be soon enough as she is a very talented (and pretty) young landy who is about to make her impact on the horror genre.
Todd Martin: So how did you … Continue reading
I saw an amazing short film at last years NYC Horror Film Festival that was called “BUG CHASER”. No, it isn’t the story of a exterminator running around after insects of all sorts. So what is it about then? The term BUG CHASER (As it’s used in this film) refers to “One who is deliberately having unprotected sex in order to be infected with HIV, particularly if his lover has it”. Director Ian Wolfley’s … Continue reading
Produced by Siren Tales Productions and Villanovision Films
What is Trakked about?
Trakked starts out where a woman (April) gets pushed into a hastily moving relationship with a younger man (Troy) where it turns out to be less then her dream come true romance. She’s computer savvy for a living and uses her skills to deal with the negative situation … Continue reading
Stephen Biro is the President of Unearthed Films, the worldâ€™s foremost purveyors of DVD extremes. Since its launch in 2001, Unearthed Films has given the Western world such classics as Aftermath, Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, and This Hollow Sacrament. Unearthed Films was the first label to officially release the Guinea Pig series from Japan in pristine transfers with a generous amount of extra bonus material. Public idiot Number 1, Charlie Sheen, famously believed … Continue reading
Joel D Wynkoop is probably the hardest- working man in the film business today. Not only is he an actor, but he is also a writer, editor, producer, and director among many other things when it comes to film making. The guy has a career that spans over several decades and has worked on a huge number of films. He has worked with such awesome people as Tim Ritter and H.G. Lewis, and is … Continue reading
Interview: Dave Campfield (Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas)
One of the first filmsâ€™ I reviewed when I started here at HorrorNews was â€śCaesar and Ottoâ€™s Summer Camp Massacreâ€ť. It was one of those movies that kept me smirking from beginning to end. A couple of years later, we now have â€śContinue reading
Film director Patrick Rea has been operating under the radar for a while now. He has been directing features & shorts exclusively in the state of Kansas where he lives. But with the upcoming release of his latest feature “Nailbiter”, He’s not going to be under the radar much longer! Horrornews has described “Nailbiter” as “An independent gem definitely worth checking out” and I think that’s small praise for what was a really exciting … Continue reading
Exclusive HorrorNews.net Interview : Bill Oberst Jr.
Special uncut 70+ minute conversation as Bill covers a plethora of horror topics including his new award winning movie, Children of Sorrow.Â Other items discussed:Â Universal Studios Monsters (Dracula, Frankenstein, Wolfman), “Nude Nuns with Big Guns” & crazy behind the camera stories, childhood nightmares, our darkest fears and what scares us the most,Â the question explored, “What a horror movie SHOULD BE?”, upcoming film, “Lord … Continue reading
Exclusive HorrorNews Interview w/ Jordan Hembrough
Travel Channel’s Toy Hunter
The other day I had the pleasure of interviewing Jordan about, what else, Toys!Â Jordan talks about his love for Star Wars action figures and we discuss the old Planet of the Apes figures and playset. He reveals the Holy Grail of Horror Toys. What do you think it is?Â He talks about the Toy Hunter Chiller episode that focuses on … Continue reading
Justin McConnell spoke to HorrorNews only a scant few months ago, and in the meantime, the Toronto based horror maker has continued to move and shake it in a notoriously prickly and fickle industry. He took some time to talk to us yet again about the various developments happening in his always promising career, as well as impart some hard won wisdom about the industry of moving pictures.
Since you last spoke to HorrorNews.net, … Continue reading
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Scream queens have evolved over the years. They’ve gone from being just the damsel in distress running screaming from the killer, to being much more heroic. They are now the sexy, strong, smart ones who defeat the villain in the end and survive. They are no longer waiting to be rescued by the hero. A great scream … Continue reading
Tell us about your character Donna Thompson in The Bay?
I had the privilege of playing a strong female character whom I have so much admiration and affection for. The writing of Donna (by brilliant screenwriter, Michael Wallach), was so rich with opportunities to experience the whole gamut of emotions and while Donna is the comedic relief of the film … Continue reading
What inspired you to write the story of Hirokin?
I’ve always been passionate about Sci-Fi and stories concerning that involve having the courage to make a difference. To risk selfish wants to help serve. All artists feel the “call” to action. We feel that there’s a story in us that we must tell. So, in many ways artists don’t choose to write. They … Continue reading
Where did the concept for Season of Darkness come from?
I saw the film THE BOSTON STRANGLER, which I still think is among the best serial killer films ever made. Then I read Gerald Frankâ€™s book that it was based on and at one point Albert De Salvo/ The Strangler reads or hears about THE BIRDMAN OF ALCATRAZ and decides … Continue reading
â€śThe Hoardâ€ť is a truly original concept and I think many readers are going to agree. Can you tell us a little bit about the book and how it came to be?
The Hoard is about a stubborn old hoarder who wants to be left in peace, against the wishes of her adult son. What the characters donâ€™t realize is that intertwined with their drama is a dangerous, … Continue reading
Exclusive HorrorNews.net Interview : Lead Vocalist Giani and Guitarist Teo (Upon This Dawning)
What was the most difficult aspect of making the music video, â€ś A New Beginning â€ś ?
Actually shooting the video was so much fun! We worked with Enrico Tomei who shot the video of “Of Human Action” too and he is a good friend of ours so it’s always nice to work with him! There wasn’t any … Continue reading
That’s right…it says Director up there in the title. Although he’s perhaps better known as the current editor in chief of FANGORIA magazine Chris Alexander has dipped his toes in all sorts of different media over the years. He was the resident film critic on Canada’s “The John Oakley Show”, he wrote the “Schizoid Cinephile” column for Canadian horror mag “Rue Morgue”, authored “Chris Alexander’s Blood Splattered Book” in 2010, composed & released music … Continue reading
Whilst there are some filmmakers (you know who you are) who do like to lean too heavily on the crutches of boobs and blood, there are plenty of others who have chosen to take these elements and twist them into … Continue reading
I come from the land of the ice and snow, also known as Canada. Despite my home and native landâ€™s notoriously frightfully frigid temperatures, Canada is not largely known internationally for its ability to conjure scares. Curious, since our history harbours its fair share of moments of blackness (The legend of the Black Donnelleyâ€™s, the forced internment of the Japanese during World War Two, the centuries long abuse of Native citizens, forced sterilzations of … Continue reading
I recently sat down with the lovely Heather Langenkamp at the Rock and Shock horror convention in Worcester, MA to discuss her new documentary I Am Nancy, the lasting legacy of A Nightmare on Elm Street, working on The Cabin in the Woods, her upcoming role in the new Star Trek film and more.
We’re here at Rock and Shock in Worcester, Massachusetts. Howâ€™s your weekend going … Continue reading