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Abner Pastoll Talks A Good Woman is Hard to Find [Frightfest 2019 Interview]

The latest film from Abner Pastoll, A Good Woman is Hard to Find, was an odd choice to close Frightfest 2019, the 20th anniversary of the biggest and best horror festival in the UK. For one thing, the...

Actor Ellen Adair Talks Trick [Interview]

Ellen Adair has made a serious name for herself as an actress on television in the big-name likes of The Sinner, Billions, and Homeland. But Trick, the latest offering from horror heroes Patrick Lussi...

André Øvredal

Director André Øvredal Talks Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark [Frightfest 2019 Interview]

Norwegian director André Øvredal made a serious name for himself with The Autopsy of Jane Doe; one of the coolest and most fascinating horror movies of modern years, it pitted a father-son duo of mort...

Spooky Empire

Event Recap: Spooky Empire 2019

Spooky Empire has come and gone for another year and this fall show was truly the perfect way to close out the Halloween season. Last year’s October event was, for many, a bit of a misfire. For me, pe...

Composer Sam Ewing Discusses AMC’s The Walking Dead [Exclusive]

AMC is introducing a few new characters to The Walking Dead in Season ten, including Thora Birch’s Gamma, and behind the scenes they are also bringing on new creatives, one of them being composer Sam ...

Jason Mewes’ Madness in the Method Swings and Misses [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Madness in the Method is the directorial debut of one Jason Mewes, heretofore known as the Jay half of Jay and Silent Bob. As a result, his legacy with the mighty Kevin Smith looms large, with one of ...

Beware the Slenderman

Yikes HBO: Beware the Slenderman, Artistic Theft, and Attempted Murder

After my interview with Adam Rosner, the creator of the ARG TribeTwelve (see here), he mentioned that the HBO documentary Beware the Slenderman, took some footage from his series TribeTwelve and from ...

Halloween II (1981): “Don’t You Forget About Me”

A new Halloween film was released in 2018 to great financial and critical success. So, of course, a new trilogy beginning with the last installment is being developed, all stemming directly from John ...

Adam Egypt Mortimer

Adam Egypt Mortimer Talks Daniel Isn’t Real [Frightfest 2019 Interview]

The last time genre film-maker Adam Egypt Mortimer was at Frightfest, it was in support of his unfairly maligned supernatural horror movie, Some Kind of Hate. Returning to the crowds who refused to ap...

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