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August 30th, 2014
Interviewed by: Mike Joy
August 29th, 2014
Interviewed by: Janel Spiegel
August 28th, 2014
Interviewed by: The Black Saint
August 31st, 2014
Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
Category: Book Reviews
August 28th, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
Category: Book Reviews
August 26th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
Category: Book Reviews
DAVE GAMMON: Itâ€™s with great intrigue and anticipation in welcoming my guests at this time co-creators of the film Dead Before Dawn 3D Tim Doiron and April Mullen. What are your impressions on the wildly popular zombie phenomenon? Is it here to stay or is it a passing trend in contemporary horror?
TIM DOIRON; You know whatâ€™s funny is when … Continue reading
What are some favorite horror films of Fight the Machine?
Alexander Millar (Lead vocals, Guitar): The Alien Trilogy, Event Horizon, Rosemary’s Baby, The Shining, Army of Darkness.
Joey Jane (Bass): Nightmare On Elm Street, and all the corny 90′s ones. You know, the ones where they kill the blonde with the big tits.
Prentice Daggs (Drums): Pumpkinhead, Jaws, … Continue reading
Every once in a while an actor or actress comes along that really captures the attention of moviegoers due to the immense talent that he or she possesses. Maria Olsen is one of those people as in addition to being a very talented actress there is just something about her that really makes her stand out from the crowd. She has been quite busy during her career and has a very impressive film resume … Continue reading
Michael Rooker â€“Noâ€¦ no way. I’m glad it did, of course, but I had no idea Middle America would be so willing to accept zombie heads exploding on their television sets! It makes me very happy because I’ve been ready for something like this for a very long time! [laughs]
If you havenâ€™t heard of Aaron Dries you need to look him up because he is one hell of a writer. He has published one book and has another set for release very soon. He is a very talented guy and I was happy to have the opportunity to speak to him about writing, his favorite horror film, and just some random things in general.
Todd Martin: How long have you been writing, and … Continue reading
If the name David Anders doesnâ€™t ring a bell you should be ashamed. He has been a part of some of televisionsâ€™ most talked about genre series including â€śAliasâ€ť, â€śHeroesâ€ť, â€śThe Vampire Diariesâ€ť, and now â€śOnce Upon a Timeâ€ť. He is also rather well known for his strong British accent. His replication of the accent is flawless and you would never know that he was born and raised in Oregon. David recently … Continue reading
MH: They both play on the same idea of taboos + boundary pushing. They both attract the same kind of curiosity from the hearts of humanity. Since society is still largely based on religious moral standards, we see both sex + violence as taboo + wrong, yet are instinctively drawn to them, thus getting a rush from seeking out such naughtiness. Both sexuality … Continue reading
Jason Horton is an up and coming writer/director with several movies to his credit. I was able to speak to him recently about movies and other things and he is without a doubt a talented guy with a great sense of humor who knows what he wants when it comes to filmmaking.
Todd Martin: So what movies have you written and/or directed?
Jason Horton: Rise of the Undead (writer/director) â€“ 2005
Edges of … Continue reading
Todd Lincoln is something of a “Jack Of All Trades” judging from his bio. He’s contributed to various films as a cinematographer, editor, writer, producer & visual effects technician, but his main focus has always been on writing and directing. Now his first feature film as a director (After directing a slew of shorts), “The Apparition”, has just been released and he is eager for it to make it’s mark on the horror genre. … Continue reading
Maurella is a seductress from the faerie dimension who has a passion for Andy. She is 500 years old, although she only claims to be 300. She is on her way to becoming an elder of the fairies, and is called in to help Sookie and Jason gain clarity surrounding their parents death.
How did you come to be a part of the show this season ?
Maurellaâ€™s … Continue reading
Tonia Brown is an up-and-coming writer who already has several published literary works to her credit. She enjoys writing in a wide variety of genres and is extremely talented in each one. Believe me when I say that she is a name to look out for as she is destined to leave her mark on readers, and I recently had the opportunity to speak to her about writing and a variety of other subjects.
Without a doubt Michael Berryman is a legend. This iconic actor has been in such memorable films such as The Hills Have Eyes, One Flew over the Cuckooâ€™s Nest, Weird Science, and countless others. He has also appeared in television shows such as Highway to Heaven, Tales from the Crypt, and The X-Files, just to name a few. He has had one hell of a career and a huge league of fans that adore … Continue reading
John Saul is a New York Times bestselling author since 1977. Saul has written thirty seven thrillers. His books have covered psychological, occult, scientific, paranormal and horror. He is a brilliant author.
You covered the majority of genre’s including: psychological, the occult, mystery, science and paranormal! What has been your favorite subject to write about in your books?
John Saul- I don’t think I really write about subjects at all. The stories always wind … Continue reading
I wrote my first story when I was in seventh grade. It was a horror story about a hardboiled detective who learned that gangsters were using zombies as hit men. It wasnâ€™t very good, but I had fun writing it. I think the plot came as the result of watching a … Continue reading
There is nothing that the Black Saint loves more than talking with young directors looking to make some waves in the horror genre with their latest productions (OK…I do enjoy making my kids play in traffic a lot too, it relieves tension). They might be awful, they might be amazing but they all come from the blood, sweat and tears of people who believe in what they’re doing. By and large these are filmmakers … Continue reading