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Interview: Joe Dante Talks Burying the Ex (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 26 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Joe Dante Talks Burying the Ex (Exclusive)

Struggling to move on from a painful breakup can be a challenging task that people often have difficulty with, as they naturally and uncontrollably sentimentalize the seemingly better parts of their relationship. Even when they eventually accept the fact they have to move on and form more positive and meaningful connections, burying the past can still prove to be a challenge. That internal struggle is enthrallingly presented in director Joe Dante’s horror comedy, ‘Burying the Ex,’ in which the relatable protagonist, Max, tries move on from his recently ended romantic relationship. The independent movie, which was released in theaters and on VOD and iTunes last month, and will be released  [ Read More ]

Interview: Djimon Hounsou Talks The Vatican Tapes (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 24 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Djimon Hounsou Talks The Vatican Tapes (Exclusive)

People often demand to know the entire truth behind every situation that affects their lives and futures, but there can be such evil in life that it’s often best to keep the potential catastrophe hidden from the general public. That determination to protect and save innocent human life as much as possible from an unrelenting tragedy is captivatingly explored in the new independent horror thriller, ‘The Vatican Tapes.’ The film, which opens today in theaters, and was directed by Mark Neveldine, features actor Djimon Hounsou as a dedicated vicar who’s working in the Vatican. The religious man devotedly protects the world’s population from severe devastation by guarding, and monitoring, the  [ Read More ]

Interview: Olivia Taylor Dudley Talks The Vatican Tapes (Exclusive)

Change in a person’s ambitions and identity is an often necessary and natural part of life, as it allows them to mature and achieve their goals. However, those adjustments in their personality can sometimes not only frighteningly and negatively impact their future, but also the lives of the people they care about. That daunting question of whether you’re intentionally harming those you have bonded with as your life’s changing is enthralling explored in the new independent horror thriller, ‘The Vatican Tapes.’ The film, which will be released in theaters on Friday, and was directed by Mark Neveldine, features actress Olivia Taylor Dudley as the caring and generous protagonist before her  [ Read More ]

Interview: Ian Ziering Talks Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 18 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Ian Ziering Talks Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

Struggling to survive in the competitive and cut-throat worlds of Los Angeles and New York City can be a life-threatening risk, both personally and professionally. That continuous physical and emotional battle to not only protect your life, but also maintain your relationships and career, can be a consistent strenuous effort. That constant determination to fight and save yourself is intriguingly explored in the upcoming horror film, ‘Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!,’ which is the anticipated second follow-up in the hit ‘Sharknado’ series. The franchise’s latest installment, which will premiere on Syfy on Wednesday night at 9/8c, was written by Thunder Levin and directed by Anthony C. Ferrante, who both also  [ Read More ]

Interview: Tiffany DeMarco Talks Anarchy Parlor (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 25 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Tiffany DeMarco Talks Anarchy Parlor (Exclusive)

Identifying and relating to the most genuine and honest qualities in a character can seemingly be the most natural process for a performer. But then effortlessly translating those characteristics to the screen, and showcasing their character’s intense emotions and deepest fears in the most authentic way possible, can be the most challenging process, especially for a relatively new entertainer. But up-and-coming actress Tiffany DeMarco not only genuinely understood the caring and curious nature of her character, Amy, in the new independent film ‘Anarchy Parlor,’ but also powerfully chronicled the protagonist’s growing fears as she begah to witness the cruel nature of the story’s villains. DeMarco’s stunning chronicling of Amy is  [ Read More ]

Interview: Devon Downs and Kenny Gage Talk Anarchy Parlor (Exclusive)

Captivatingly showcasing the intense physical and emotional torment of the lead character is one of the most important elements of effectively frightening audiences of any horror film. Since that main character is often the protagonist who viewers often hope can escape their menacing tormenters, it’s not often that a seemingly horrific villain can begin to garner sympathy from from the audience. But that long-needed overhaul of the often predictable inspirations the diversely-motivated characters have in horror movies grippingly occurs in the new independent horror film, ‘Anarchy Parlor.’ The unique story, which is now playing in theaters and on VOD, was the creation of writers Devon Downs and Kenny Gage, who  [ Read More ]

Interview: Anton Yelchin Talks Burying the Ex (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 18 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview Anton Yelchin Talks Burying the Ex (Exclusive)

The process of moving on from a painful separation can often be a daunting task that people often have difficulty with, as they naturally and uncontrollably sentimentalize the seemingly better parts of their relationship. Even when they eventually accept the fact they have to move on and form more positive and meaningful connections, burying the past can still prove to be a challenge. That internal struggle is enthrallingly presented in Anton Yelchin‘s relatable protagonist, Max, as he tries move on from his romantic relationship in the new horror comedy, ‘Burying the Ex.’ The independent movie, which will be released tomorrow in theaters and on VOD and iTunes, and is based  [ Read More ]

The Lazarus Effect Blu-ray

The alluring potential to be the first to uncover humanity’s most desirable scientific achievement-reversing the finality of death, and finally capturing the elusive and desirable fate of immortality-is an engrossing concept that has driven many diverse films. Director David Gelb’s supernatural horror thriller, ‘The Lazarus Effect,’ which is set to be released on Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, not only captivatingly explores that riveting idea, but also compellingly explores the question of whether opening the gap between life and death ultimately leads to the unleashing of an indestructible evil. The film grippingly shows that while reawakening the dead is meant to reunite separated loved ones, it actually leads to the  [ Read More ]

Director David Ryan Keith Talks The Redwood Massacre

Posted by monique On June - 12 - 2015 0 Comment
Redwood Massacre David Ryan Keith

Uncork’d Entertainment’s “The Redwood Massacre is coming to DVD and VOD this July, and fans of slasher movies from the ’80s will get their nostalgia on with David Ryan Keith’s homage to these classic gorefests. Keith revealed some of the behind-the-scenes moments from the film in a recent press interview. Keith said the “The Redwood Massacre” was something he wanted to take on with gusto. “We had just finished shooting are first feature film ‘Attack of the Herbals’ and wanted to charge into another production as soon as possible. I spent years making various short film hoping for that magic knock on the door from some producer offering a big  [ Read More ]

Interview: Leigh Whannell Talks Insidious: Chapter 3 (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 5 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Leigh Whannell Talks Insidious: Chapter 3 (Exclusive)

Fear of the unknown can often be a powerful and compelling motivating factor that can often inhibit people’s personal and professional maturity and growth. Whether they’re contending with personal loss for the first time, or are taking the initial step to achieve their ultimate career goal, people can be intimidated by not knowing what’s happening to them to fully embrace the lessons they can learn from the experience. But writer-actor Leigh Whannell, who penned and starred in the popular first two ‘Insidious’ movies, proved people can move past that concern in his feature film directorial debut with the series’ new prequel, ‘Insidious: Chapter 3.’ The horror film, which opens in  [ Read More ]

Interview: Jason Blum Talks Insidious: Chapter 3 (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On June - 3 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview Jason Blum Talks Insidious Chapter 3 (Exclusive)

Not knowing what’s happening to you, and not being able to imagine what’s to come, both physically and emotionally, as you try to overcome your fears is always a daunting task. Trying to conquer that despair, especially when you’re struggling with the loss of a loved one, is a harrowing experience that several beloved and new characters in the latest entry of the hit ‘Insidious’ series are dealing with, as they attempt to move on with their lives. ‘Insidious: Chapter 3,’ which marks the feature film directorial debut of franchise writer and star Leigh Whannell, once again intriguingly worked with producer Jason Blum and his production company, Blumhouse Productions, to  [ Read More ]

2015 Tribeca Film Festival Interview: The Cast and Crew Talk Stung (Exclusive)

Courageously battling your emotional and physical fears, particularly during a frightening and life-threatening situation, can be a daunting process for everyone. But the process is even more terrifying when you’re initially contending with building new personal and professional relationships in an unfamiliar work environment, and are suddenly forced to overcome an unexpected conflict. The main characters in the new horror comedy, ‘Stung,’ which had its World Premiere at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, have to fight killer giant wasps to save their lives when they first begin working together. Several of the film’s key cast and crew members, who made their feature film debuts on the horror comedy, including director  [ Read More ]

Pernicious-Jackie-Moore

“Pernicious” is about to scare horror fans in theaters and On Demand and you know what? The film is so horrifying, even Jackie Moore, one of the stars of the film, was scared! Moore discusses what scared her in this interview we had with her below the post. Moore also outlines what makes a great horror film for her, some of her favorite horror films and how people who are new to horror can approach “Pernicious.” The film comes to theaters and On Demand June 19. Shockya: What can you tell me about your character Rachel? Jackie Moore: My character Rachel is kind of outspoken. She’s almost like the leader  [ Read More ]

Interview Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joely Richardson and Henry Hobson Talk Maggie

The graphically horrific murders of soulless, menacing zombies, whose only goal is to devour human flesh, has largely revived interest in the horror sub-genre in recent years. But the post-apocalyptic genre has taken a gripping turn with the new independent horror thriller, ‘Maggie,’ which will be released in select theaters and on VOD on Friday. The drama features an emotionally-driven and unique story in the fact that it humanizes people’s slow transformation into zombies. The movie, which marks the feature film directorial debut of graphic designer and commercial helmer, Henry Hobson, also offers a heartbreaking examination into the prolonged stages of grief that families experience as they watch their loved  [ Read More ]

Interview: Henry Hobson Talks Maggie (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On May - 5 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Henry Hobson Talks Maggie (Exclusive)

While post-apocalyptic stories often harrowingly emphasize the negative effects that a large deadly global crisis devastatingly leaves on society, the popular cinematic genre often disappointingly fails to explore how those disasters also impact relatable human relationships in smaller communities. Allowing viewers to imagine themselves in such a disastrous situation, where a terminal illness progressively transforms them into menacing, zombie-like beings that are no way reminiscent of their old personalities, is powerfully showcased in the upcoming horror thriller, ‘Maggie.’ The independent drama, which will be released in select theaters and on VOD on Friday, marks the feature film directorial debut of graphic designer and commercial helmer, Henry Hobson. The filmmaker showcased  [ Read More ]

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