Tag Archives: Filmmaker

Acclaimed Horror Graphic Novel Series , ‘Halloween Girl’ is Now Available!

Halloween Girl

Following rave reviews and critical acclaim for Vol 1-4, Richard T. Wilson’s (read our interview – HERE) entire Halloween Girl graphic novel series has just been released! You can read some of our reviews HERE and HERE. The Emmy® award-winning, writer-filmmaker, describes his latest project as a ‘supernatural odyssey with …

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Interview with David J. Fernandes, Creator and Director of the New ‘Creepy Bites’ Anthology

David J. Fernandes

Created and directed by David J. Fernandes (RE-WIRE, Binge) and shot entirely in Hamilton, Ontario, Creepy Bits is an anthology that explores surveillance parenting, missing people, abandoned tunnels, creepy clowns, empty schools, and gruesome murder. I recently had the opportunity to chat with David about his favorite Halloween traditions, details …

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Exploring A Passionate Mind: Interview With Filmmaker Jason Burke

I’ve known filmmaker/fellow PopHorror writer Jason Burke for a few years now. Every time I talk to him, I’m blown away by his positive energy and fervent desire to create. Despite being born with cerebral palsy and spinal stenosis, Jason has persevered, never letting his disability hold him back or …

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Interview With Drew Marvick, One Of The Filmmakers Behind ’13 Slays Till X-Mas’

Photo Credit: Daniel Rodriguez

I love horror anthologies especially ones that are centered around holidays. The incredible Drew Marvick is one of the filmmakers behind the new Christmas horror anthology, 13 Slays Till X-mas (read our review – HERE). I may be a little biased, but this anthology is phenomenal and the creators behind …

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SXSW 2021: Interview with Nick Gillespie, Director of ‘Paul Dood’s Deadly Lunch Break’

Paul Dood's Deadly Lunch Break

I’ve luckily had the privilege of helping cover SXSW 2021 – one of the best festivals out there. One of the films on my radar is Paul Dood’s Deadly Lunch Break and it was bloody fantastic. Unfortunately, that’s all I can stay until the premiere. I recently had the chance …

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An Interview With ‘Scooter’ Writer/Director Matt Wohl

I recently had the opportunity to review Matt Wohl’s new film, Scooter (read our review here). It’s a very well thought out take on the fertile ground that naive YouTubers can provide for the found footage subgenre. It’s also his feature film debut. In the film, three famous YouTubers attempt …

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[Exclusive Interview] Filmmaker Rocky Gray Spills It About ’10/31 Part 2′

One of the most talked about indie horror movies of the last year was undoubtedly the 2017 film, 10/31 (read our review of the film here). The horror anthology features several highly sought after filmmakers from today’s indie circuit. One of these is Director Rocky Gray (read our previous interview with …

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‘The Obliteration of the Chickens’ (2019) Short Review

The Obliteration of the Chickens

One of the things I love most about filmmaker Izzy Lee is that although I can always recognize her style, everything she does is unique and different from her previous project. This couldn’t be truer with her newest short, The Obliteration of the Chickens. This intriguing perspective of life as …

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Women in Horror Month Editorial: Professionalism

I recently heard a male filmmaker boast about how he does not view himself as a professional, that there is little room for it in creative fields, and further claimed it to be a detriment to the creative process. He went on to say that since filmmaking comes from a …

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Interview with ‘Killer Kate!’ Director Elliot Feld

Filmmaker Elliot Feld has an inspiring passion, and he’s definitely going places. His first feature film, Killer Kate!, starring his up-and-coming actress wife, Alexandra Feld (whom I also spoke with, so keep an eye out for her interview), is funny, entertaining, bloody and is filled with laughs and gasps. I …

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