I first met Daniel Emery Taylor after he read my review of The Return of Swamp thing, wherein I referred to the child version of him as a “chubby red-headed riot.” He found it amusing, but called me out nonetheless. We got to talking and here we are! His solo directorial feature debut is It’s Just … More Interview: Actor/Director Daniel Emery Taylor!
Troma’s Return to Nuke ‘Em High Volumes 1 & 2 are a couple of my favorite movies of the last few years. Instrumental to their likability is star Asta Paredes. Her understanding of the craft allowed her to play her character Chrissy with such a perfect amount of subtle comedy that the films feel like … More A 2019 Interview with Actress Asta Paredes!
I’ve recently taken to imposing myself in Magnetic Magic’s business. That is to say, I’ve made them aware of me and how obnoxious I am, which may be to my benefit or my detriment. Regardless, when I discover a cool company, I like to get the skinny on how they do it and why they … More [Interview] Magnetic Magic!
There is certain art that lives and breathes before it is even created. It exists as an amorphous collection of necessity that refuses to stay quiet. It springs forth from the brain, the heart, and the fingers into whatever medium the artist deems necessary. One such artist is Craig Jacobson. Craig tames this necessary art … More [Interview] Filmmaker Craig Jacobson!
The world of Imaginarium Delirium is a colorful one. The gatekeeper and creator of that world is self-taught artist, Jayce Wierzbicki. Through Imaginarium Delirium he makes paintings, sculptures, and most importantly, masks. His masks (often containing an element that lights up, or a moving jaw) are pieces of art in and of themselves. From TV-headed … More Interview: Imaginarium Delirium, Jayce Wierzbicki!
Stephen Biro has his fingers in many pies, as the man behind Unearthed Films and the director of the American Guinea Pig series. He’s outspoken, no nonsense, extreme, and he doesn’t really give a fuck what you think. His new film, Song of Solomon, is making the rounds, impressing both critics and fans while leaving … More Interview: Stephen Biro
Her list of acting credits is getting up there. She has starred in Time to Kill, Headless, Harvest Lake, Plank Face, Frankenstein Created Bikers, Space Babes from Outer Space, and more. She has very quickly become a recognizable genre player, and she has awesome taste in movies. I’m proud to introduce my interview with Ellie … More Interview with Ellie Church!
James Bickert and Brian K. Williams are likeminded brethren in the indie film world. They have similar sensibilities, and each leave their own distinct stamp on whatever they touch. Before directing AMAZON HOT BOX, James notably directed Dear God No! and its sequel, Frankenstein Created Bikers. Brian, on the other hand, is most well-known for … More Interview with AMAZON HOT BOX Creators Brian K. Williams and James Bickert!
Leatherface, Michael Myers, Jason, Freddy, Chucky, Ghostface, Jigsaw. I’ve been saying it all week, and I’ll keep saying it. Art the Clown is the next horror icon, and you can place a lot of the blame on David Howard Thornton for that! He was given the character and he ran with it to create the … More Interview: David Howard Thornton!
Damien Leone is a director to keep an eye on. With his new film, Terrifier, Damien has solidified Art the Clown as a future horror icon. I got to interview the man himself, and here’s what he had to say. You’re a relatively new name in the horror scene. How did you get into horror and … More Interview: ‘Terrifier’ director Damien Leone