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Exclusive HorrorNews.net Interview w/ Matt Tybor (The Bunny)
Musical Group : The Bunny The Bear
Â How was THE BUNNY THE BEAR created?
The Bunny: I started the band in the beginning of 2008, on quite the random impulse, actually. Out of nowhere I felt the need to start writing some fun music; I could freely experiment with and call it “The Bunny The Bear”. What made me think running … Continue reading
In 2007 directors Paco Plaza and Jaume Balaguero unleashed a film called [REC] to an unsuspecting public. The film took what was beginning to become a tired premise (The “Found Footage” movie) and gave it new life with a most terrifying & unique vision. In 2009 they returned with the expected sequel [REC]2, what wasn’t expected is the way the duo managed … Continue reading
Below Zero is a new movie that sounds pretty damn awesome. It is about a washed-up screenwriter who is suffering from a horrible case of writerâ€™s block who decides to do something drastic in order to write a script that will make people take him seriously. Starring Edward Furlong, Kristin Booth, and genre legend Michael Berryman, this film sounds like it has potential to rock. I recently had the opportunity to speak to Signe … Continue reading
Welcome my very special guests at this time Ms. Nicole Kruex and Mr. Mitchel A. Jones to Horrornews.net. I wish to extend my congratulations on such a superb film as After The Dawn. Fans may not realize the two of you co-wrote the original story. Describe the brainchild on how this tale was conceived.
NICOLE KRUEX: Well in all honesty we were digging through a whole lot of Lionâ€™s Gate releases, in the lower … Continue reading
In the 2nd part to our “The Bunny Game” interview, we present the lovely and talented Rodleen Getsic who’s been kind enough to give us some insight into the film and its process. You can also catch “The Bunny Game” review here.
“The Bunny Game” is credited as your first film role. I’m curious as to how you … Continue reading
If you haven’t yet see the film “The Bunny Game“, your really missing out. While the film has been already banned in the UK, our viewing genre is quite conditioned to more edgy extreme labeled releases. In fact, in my own circle, I would call this a marketing advantage, prompting the casual viewing to take a bit more notice than the other 1000’s of films that released this year. When I caught “The Bunny … Continue reading
JR: Hey Jarrod, thanks for taking the time to have this interview, I have to say Iâ€™ve been impressed with the hard work youâ€™ve put into making TERRORKLOWNS a reality. Itâ€™s not often there are killer clown comics out there, I think everyone in America hates clowns these days and I have to say, your clowns arenâ€™t very happy in the stories youâ€™ve self published already. So, what inspired you to do a series … Continue reading
Conspiracies and Secret Societies have become common place in American history. Do you think in 2012, our Government now hides more or less from “we the people” than it has in the past?
It is now more difficult than ever to discern the cover-ups and the disinformation from the chatter on the Internet. … Continue reading
Most people today bitch and moan about the younger generation. They claim that they are lazy, selfish, and donâ€™t have any respect for anything. Obviously these people have never met Todd Crawford. Todd is only eighteen but he has already published several novels and short stories, and is a walking encyclopedia of all things horror related. He is an intelligent, articulate young man and I see some huge things in store for him in … Continue reading
Back in April, I attended the Motor City Nightmares Convention in Novi, Mi. While browsing the various booths I came across one dedicated solely to one film. That film was â€śThe Orphan Killerâ€ť. After having a short conversation with the filmsâ€™ creator Matt Farnsworth, I decided to give it a shot. â€śTOKâ€ť pulls no punches and delivers on all levels.
I needed to find out more about the film and its creator, … Continue reading
A very warm welcome to my special guest: producer and director Michael Hoffman to Horrornews.net. Many movie fans may take for granted how difficult a film like Girls Gone Dead was to make. Describe some of the obstacles and challenges while in production.
MICHAEL HOFFMAN: Ahâ€¦the entire movie (laughs). I think just about everything was an obstacle. It was just put together very, very quickly. We were a low budget film. It was tricky … Continue reading
Exclusive Horrornews.net Interview w/ Branko Tomovic
I wanted to be an actor ever since I saw Dennis Hopper’s psychotic villain in “Blue Velvet” as a kid. I grew up in Europe but went to New York City to study acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. After a year I was offered this small Yugoslavian war … Continue reading
There isnâ€™t a shortage of hot young women in the movie business these days. Hot young women with talent though? Well that is another story. Thankfully there are ladies like Karissa and Katie Strain who are both attractive and talented working in the business today. If you are a fan of the awesome show Todd and the Book of Pure Evil like I am then you got to see Karissa and Katie work their … Continue reading
Jack Perez recently directed the film Some Guy Who Kills People which has gotten some pretty great reviews. I recently got a chance to speak with him, and my interview with him follows:
Todd Martin: So tell us a little bit about the movie Some Guy Who Kills People. Give us an overview of the plot and where the idea came from.
Jack Perez: … Continue reading
I bring a dark and cynical perspective to my work. Whether Iâ€™m writing about a superhuman fetus, a spoiled society chick/cokehead or a two-bit hoodlum in love with a mob bossâ€™s daughter, thereâ€™s always a piece of my own personal worldview in my work.
What is the history of Superfetus? How did it go from a short story to … Continue reading
What were you doing when you were eighteen? If you were like me then you were taking part in underage drinking with friends, going out with girls, staying up late watching horror films, playing video games, reading comic books, and working at a horrible summer job that you hated. What was writer/filmmaker Tim Ritter doing when he was eighteen? Writing and directing his first film, the classic slasher flick that has one hell of … Continue reading
How does Creep Creepersinâ€™s Dracula stand apart from other Dracula movies?
It stands apart a lot of ways I think. The thing I think people will notice first, is how bright it is. There is light blasting everywhere to the point where it’s almost blown out. It is extremely modern to the point where it might even be outdated by the … Continue reading
I really don’t think I need to explain to anyone reading this who Bill Moseley is. He is one of the most stalwart icons of horror cinema acting right now. The man has seemingly been in EVERYTHING since way back in 1982 when he got his first small role in a film called “Endangered Species”. Of course, his next film was the one in which he started his streak of unforgettable roles in horror … Continue reading
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No More Gangs in Government
Due to schedule problems my interview with Jesse â€śThe Bodyâ€ť Ventura on Tuesday didnâ€™t take place, but Jesseâ€™s people asked me to re-post this interview from Monday, June 11th by Forbes Magazine.
Kenneth Rapoza: Iâ€™d recognize that voice anywhere.
Jesse Ventura: [chuckles, … Continue reading
It’s no big secret that I see a lot of movies. I see good ones, bad ones and all the ones in between. But the most fun that I’ve had watching a movie this year (Besides “The Avengers”) was when I saw one called “Monster Brawl” a while back. The premise is simple: Some of the greatest monsters of all time are brought together to duke it out for supremacy…in a wrestling ring! Sounds … Continue reading
In todayâ€™s day and age anyone can pick up a video camera, round up a group of friends and make a movie (Hell, Iâ€™ve even done it a handful of times and the results were less than impressive). Unfortunately most of these movies end up sucking out loud due to bad acting, a lack of creativity, a poor script, etc. Every once in a while though a group of filmmakers come along and produces an … Continue reading