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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH E.G. DAILY, HORROR'S LEADING LADY
By James Whittington
Posted in: Interviews, Tuesday 18th Sep 2007

E.G. Daily is one of Hollywood’s most recognisable ladies, not only for her looks but for her unmistakable voice. She recently appeared on Zone Horror in the movies Mustang Sally's Horror House and Bad Dreams. We thought it was time to catch up with this multi talented actress to find out how she started in the business and what plans she has for the future.

ZH: How did you get started in the entertainment industry?

EG DAILY: Had an agent when I was 8, .didn’t know what I was doing for a long time. Learned on the way, started booking jobs around 15.

ZH: You appeared in some of the classic American TV shows such as Laverne & Shirley, CHiPs and Fame, were these good places to build your acting skills?

EG DAILY: Awesome learned a lot on the job, different sets, different locations.

ZH: What... »

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Emily Booth joins Zone Horror!
By James Whittington
Posted in: News, Thursday 6th Sep 2007


She’s the Diva of the Darkside, the babe with the brains, in fact she’s everyone’s favourite show business dynamo and she’s coming to Zone Horror. Yes folks, Emily Booth has joined your favourite TV channel.



Emily will cover a number of special events for the channel and her dangerously dulcet tones will become familiar to viewers as the channel’s new continuity announcer.

Her first task was to host daily coverage from this years FrightFest film festival which was held in London over the August Bank Holiday.


The multi talented lady is a well known cult TV and film personality and an avid supporter of the British horror industry. She says: "Horror runs through the very blood in my veins. Horror is a thrillseeker’s ride. It’s also the most creative an... »

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The Ultimate round-up
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Wednesday 29th Aug 2007

Well as the dust settles and normal sleep patterns return its time to sit back and reflect on FrightFest 2007 and more importantly what did it do for horror fans like myself.

Well to say it delivered is like saying Joe Lynch perspires slightly (anyone who saw how hot he got before they showed his movie Wrong Turn 2 will get that gag!) Seriously this was the event that catered for the horror fan in everyway. We had Werewolves, Survival Horror, Zombies, Maniacs, Spirits, Hauntings even Killer Sheep, you name it FrightFest 2007 had it.

But what about the talent? Well again we had a huge mix, Adam Green, Uwe Boll, Joe Lynch, Reece Shearsmith, Kit Ryan and Juan Antonio Bayona to list only a handful. It was also an event where we launched our CUT! competition. This gives budding writers and directors the chance to win £5000 and see th... »

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What day is it?
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Tuesday 28th Aug 2007

Phew!

Well what can I say? FrightFest 2007 surely was one of the best of its kind, ever. The Gang of Four (Alan, Paul, Ian and Greg) delivered to us horror fans a menu of such deadly delights that it makes you think how could they possibly top this one? Well, apparently plans are already afoot and Mr Jones did tease us saying that he and the crew had something in mind but he is holding this info tight to his manly chest. I wonder if he’ll take bribes?

Well Zone Horror was there every step of the way and tomorrow (seeing as though I spent most of today sleeping and travelling!) I’ll post an extended blog which will sum up my honest opinion on this year’s event.

Before I go can I just say a huge thanks to the people who came and talked to the crew whilst at the event. Your opinions on all things horror might make it to the reports so keep tuning in. My other round up of thanks will appear in tomorrow’s blog. Until then night night.

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and now the end is near
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Monday 27th Aug 2007
Well there you go Day Watch split the audience right down the middle, well those that I talked to anyway. Myself? Well I thought it had a lot to offer and continued the story nicely. The only place to see it though is in a movie house, this movie is very cinematic. Spiral on the other hand captivated and astonished the fans proving Adam Green is no one-trick pony. We shot an interview with Adam and Joe Lynch (director of Wrong Turn 2) which just has to be seen to be believed. Look out for it very soon. As for now well we’re onto the last movie of the festival, Juan Antonio Bayona’s The Orphanage which is getting its very first public screening here at FrightFest. I’ll update you on this movie as well as the festival itself tomorrow.
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You spin me right round baby...
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Monday 27th Aug 2007
Well after the zombie madness earlier today this afternoon promises shocks of a very different kind. The main one for me is Adam Green’s Spiral a movie that is, according to Adam, very different from his last FrightFest movie which was the hack n’ slash masterpiece Hatchet. We know Adam is really nervous about showing this movie but I think from what I’ve seen so far that he has nothing to worry about.

Day Watch, the movie which follows Spiral is another much anticipated fright flick and is the sequel to the hit Russian chiller Night Watch. I really hope the producers can deliver as Night Watch is one of my favourite vampire movies of all time. I’ll get back to you and let you know how it goes.

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Brains...brains...brains!
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Monday 27th Aug 2007
I’ve just returned from one of the most bizarre and hilarious events I’ve ever been invited to. The Zombie Walk, which was organised to coincide with the premier of the movie The Zombie Diaries, seems to have been a huge success. Hundreds of people got into the spirit of the event and were all made up to look like rotting members of the living dead. No one was safe from this marauding, brain hungry crowd, even people on buses and in diners soon found themselves face-to-face with a member of the undead. Everyone enjoyed the experience and I really can’t wait to see when the next The Zombie Walk will take place.

By the way, did you know that we’re having a Zombie Night in October? On Halloween evening you can tune in to see three of the very best Italian gut munchers made: Zombie Flesh Eaters Parts 2 and 3 plus Zombie Creeping Flesh so make a note in your diaries. Right, I‘m off to see The Zombie Diaries.

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Nice or nasty?
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Sunday 26th Aug 2007
If there’s one thing that FrightFest guarantees its audience and that’s to expose them to some of the most controversial product around. They make no bones about it, not every movie will be for everyone, but exists to open viewers eyes to new and exciting genres, themes and directors. Something we at Zone Horror constantly strive to do. We aim to show you features from some of the most talented and debated movie makers around. Look at tonight’s line up as an example, there are three movies voted to be shown by you as part of our Your Say Sunday strand. And what an excellent choice you’ve made. Not as predicatble as you might think it would be. To discover which titles were chosen tune in from 9pm.

But getting back to FrightFest, the point I’m making is that today’s first movie Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door was an uncompromising and brutal take on a true life incident which tested the staying power of the crowd. It was vivid and bold and made the audience sit up and discuss its values of whe... »

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King of the Ring
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Sunday 26th Aug 2007
One of the world’s most talked about horror movie directors Uwe Boll will be here at FrightFest this afternoon to introduce two of his most recent productions Postal and Seed. Both have caused ripples across the horror community so it will be interesting to see the audience’s reaction and his answers in the Q+ A sessions that have been arranged. Remember this is the guy who challenged critics to a boxing fight last year so this could be an interesting afternoon!
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Video: Here's Emily
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Sunday 26th Aug 2007
Many of the fans here at FrightFest have had a chance to meet the new face of Zone Horror, Emily Booth. She's the Scream Queen that will have your hearts pounding and pulses racing. To see what she has to offer click on the trailer below.

Click here for Emily's trailer

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What a guy!!
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Saturday 25th Aug 2007
I've just come from the world premier of Joe Lynch's Wrong Turn 2 which was sponsored by Zone Horror and have to say it had the greatest of the festival so far. This guy has done a superb sequel and we can only wait and wonder to see what this very visual director does next. Everyone we spoke to thought it was a cut above the usual stuff you get in sequels and we have to agree this is quality horror from a guy who knows his stuff and delivers in spades.
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Which way do we go now?
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Saturday 25th Aug 2007
Wow! What an afternoon we’ve had here at FrightFest 2007. Not only were we chilled by the quite brilliant movie Cold Prey but we had the chance to meet the director of the movie Roar Uthaug, one of the nicest guys on the circuit. We had a long chat about this marvellous movie which is a cross between Friday the 13th and The Shining, which incidentally is one of his favourite movies. It was also his birthday and the reception he got was probably the best present he could have wished for!

Then it was onto Joshua a very suspenseful and artistic piece that kept the audience guessing throughout. Another gem from the FrightFest boys.

But what we were all waiting for was the introduction of the Zone Horror short movie competition. Yes folks CUT! is back and we want your short movies. Click on these words for more information .

One of the judges for CUT! 2007 is director Joe Lynch who was on hand to launch ... »

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Chills and thrills
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Saturday 25th Aug 2007
The sun has decided to make an appearance at this year’s FrightFest celebrations, maybe it’s because it’s a special day at this world renowned event. Apart from premiers of such long awaited movies as the ice cold chiller Cold Prey and the Hitchcockian Joshua, Zone Horror is sponsoring one of the most anticipated movies of the whole 5 day event, Wrong Turn 2. This sequel to the much admired original is directed by first timer Joe Lynch a guy who has so much enthusiasm for the horror genre that it’s not difficult to be swept away by this charismatic person. Check out the report using the link below where you can catch his views and others about FrightFest 2007. While you watch that I'm off to inteview Cold Prey director Roar Uthaug.

Click here for report

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Would you check in?
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Friday 24th Aug 2007
This afternoon we witnessed one of the scariest movies that any of us had seen in a very long time. 1408 puts John Cusack back on the map as an A-Class actor and the work of Stephen King back to the horror loving cinema audiences. The FrightFest crowd lapped up every minute of this classy shocker and were treated to a very interesting Q+A session from director Mikael Hafstrom.

Though the movie P2 wasn't shown due to technical reasons it was replaced by the cracking cult shocker Teeth. Another one that got the crowd talking and whilst they were waiting for th emost anticipate movie of the eveing the hit US frightflick All The Boys Love Mandy Lane. More on ther audience response to this one tomorrow.

But what you fine folk need to know is that we have a cracking premier tomorrow evening, when we show a revenge flick from beyond the grave. Prison is at 10.55pm.

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Is that an axe in your pocket?
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Friday 24th Aug 2007
Well here we are half way through day two of FrightFest and already the fans have had the chance to meet some of the most exciting people in horror, besides the Zone Horror crew that is! Hatchet director Adam Green performed his very first live commentary for his respected hack n’ slash masterpiece which the whole audience enjoyed immensely. Then it was onto the premier of the much talked about Russian horror Sword Bearer. Talking of premiers tonight on Zone Horrorat 10.55pm you can catch the first showing of the cult movie Scarecrows.

Right, I’m off with Emily Booth to see Signal, more later!

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Feeling sheepish
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Friday 24th Aug 2007
It may have been raining in old London town yesterday but FrightFest 2007 got off to a bright shiny start with loyal festival goers getting the chance to rub shoulders with some of the most famous and talented people in the horror industry as well as some sheep! Yes folks you heard me (ha ha, get it?) correctly yesterday saw the premier of Black Sheep the new movie from New Zealand director Jonathon King who brought along with him two rather blood stained examples of his work! (fear not members of the RSPCA no animals were harmed in this smart piece of PR!) Look out for the snaps coming soon to this site as well as the report from our very own Emily Booth. Talking of Emily she is bringing FrightFest 2007 to your homes everyday with special daily pieces so keep tuning to see and hear the latest from this much loved festival.

But that wasn’t all that was happening yesterday as fans were treated to exclusive footage from the up and coming DVD release of 28 Weeks Later as well as getting the chance to see much talked... »

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Antici............pation
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Wednesday 22nd Aug 2007
Well with only one day to go till this years FrightFest event you can almost taste the expectation that’s in the air. Will it live up to last year’s event? Can they top the range of talent that attended 12 long months ago? Well one thing is for sure they’ve lined up some of the best genre movies that are available. A bit like Zone Horror!

This year we’re going to be sending you updates from the event itself so look out for these during the day as well as online. I’ll be posting links to them in this blog so you don’t miss any of the action or gossip.

Well I’m almost packed ready to go but before I do I’m making sure I catch The Hills Have Eyes Part 2 which is on Zone Horror tonight at 9pm. That’ll really get me in the mood for a whole weekend of blood and gore!!

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A little tease
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Tuesday 21st Aug 2007
OK, here's a little something our production team put together to get you in the mood.

Click me!

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All in the timing
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Tuesday 21st Aug 2007
The one thing I love about FrightFest is that you get to meet loads of people from the horror entertainment industry. Now when I say people I just don’t mean actors, I mean folks like directors, producers, writers and even SFX people. One person I’m hoping to bump into is writer James Moran. Now this guy wrote one of the best horror/comedy movies in ages, Severance and is one of the most sought after scribes in the country. In fact he’s recently been picked to write for two of the hottest shows on TV, Doctor Who and Torchwood. He’s also got lots of other scripts on the go; let’s hope one is destined for a cinema near us very soon.

Talking of horror/comedy in September Zone Horror will be running a special event known as Terror Toys. Two themed evenings on September 11 and 12 will contain six of the very best horror movies which include a strong line of black humour in them. Look out for fright flicks such as Puppet Master 1, 2 and 3 as well as the premier of Blood Dolls.

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Return of the green man
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Monday 20th Aug 2007
One of my favourite movies from last years FrightFest was Adam Greens hack n’ slash homage Hatchet. It has an all star horror cast which includes Kane Hodder, Robert Englund and Tony Todd. It’s a cracking movie that has ran into constant trouble with the US film censors so Adam was invited back this year with Hatchet to perform a live commentary alongside the audience. All of this will be filmed by The Works for inclusion on the DVD release and will happen on Friday at 10.30am (ish). Adam will also be on hand to preview his new movie, Spiral which gets its first showing on Monday at 3.45pm.

Adam is a really talented guy and if you want to know more about him click here

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Staying Alive
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Monday 20th Aug 2007
One of the main events at this year’s FrightFest is the Zombie Walk which is due to happen Bank Holiday Monday prior to the showing of the much anticipated gut muncher movie The Zombie Diaries. This film is classed as The Blair Witch meets Day of the Dead, not a bad combination but can it truly capture the classic Italian zombie movies of the 70’s and 80’s?

I thought of this event as Zone Horror is having its very own undead celebration at Halloween when we premier three classic Italian zombie movies; Zombie Flesh Eaters Parts 2 and 3 plus Zombie Creeping Flesh. Now we get loads of request for movies but this horror genre is always high on the list, and these three are nearly always are mentioned. Who says we don’t give you what you ask for?!

This year’s FrighFest is also boasting guest a list and I’ll be bringing you more information on who you might bump into (subject to work commitments!) over those five days.

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One Big Happy Family
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Friday 17th Aug 2007
Many people ask me to pin point what’s so special about FrightFest and I always say the same thing. To me it’s like watching Zone Horror for it’s made by fans for fans. That sums it up. Here at Zone Horror we pride ourselves in bringing you the finest horror entertainment from across the globe. Now this can mean anything from a Hollywood big budget creation to an independent piece made on a budget that wouldn’t buy a newspaper. FrightFest aims to do the same thing, to give an audience to some of the most inventive cinema around. You see what I mean? It’s unpredictable and always contains some masterpiece that’s just waiting to be exposed to a mass audience. That’s what we’re all about and that’s what FrightFest is all about.

We encourage film makers too and you couldn’t have failed to have noticed that our world famous short movie competition CUT! is back. We had many entries last year and the standard was incredibly high. »

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So much choice
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Friday 17th Aug 2007
I've been asked by many viewers which movies I am looking forward to most of all at this years FrightFest and I have to tell you it’s a really hard thing to do. There’s an abundance of variety this year. I guess my main one is Wrong Turn 2 the sequel to one of the best horror movies in the last five years. It seems to have taken the idea in a novel direction and anything with Henry Rollins in surely is a must.

The plot is pretty cool six contestants must spend six days in a simulated post-apocalyptic wasteland and the winner will walk away with $100,000. Located in a remote part of West Virginia’s dark woodlands, the contestants discover that what they are really fighting for is their survival - against a family of hideously deformed inbred cannibals who plan to ruthlessly butcher them all. Who will survive and what will be left of them?

You can try and win tickets for the movie, which is being shown on Saturday August 26 »

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Nearly Time
By James Whittington
Posted in: Frightfest, Thursday 16th Aug 2007

Well it’s nearly that time of year again when the world’s leading genre movie makers gather together with fans to present their latest offerings. Yes folks its FrightFest time and as usual Zone Horror will be on hand to bring you the latest news and gossip on this very blog.

So to stay in touch stay with Zone Horror.

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Exclusive Interview With Sybil Danning, Star of Howling II
By James Whittington
Posted in: Interviews, Wednesday 15th Aug 2007
Sybil Danning is one of the most respected genre artists working today. Many of her movies have gained cult status and one of her best, Howling II is being shown at the moment here on Zone Horror. We caught up with this busy lady to bring you this exclusive interview.

ZONE HORROR: You grew up on various Army bases, what was this nomadic style life like for you?

SYBIL DANNING: I actually enjoyed it. I loved seeing new places, meeting new people. Still today, I love travelling. I’ve been in many countries and while I love coming home to what I call my home now, Los Angeles, I always look forward to packing up and experiencing a new town, state or country. I think it has to do with being able to “adapt” which I learned early on. I see every “move” in life as an adventure. Maybe that’s why I call my company “Adventuress Productions.”

ZONE HORROR: You left school aged 14 to help support you family. How much stress did this put upon on you?

SYBIL DANNING: At the ... »

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Exclusive Interview with Lois Winstone, star of When Evil Calls
By James Whittington
Posted in: Interviews, Sunday 1st Jul 2007
Lois Winstone is one of our most accomplished young actors. She already has some very credible acting credits to her name as well as touring with her own Hip-Hop band. We caught up with her to talk about When Evil Calls as well as her musical career.

ZH: What attracted you to the acting profession?

Lois Winstone: The wisdom of self expression, to be able to create and portray such interesting characters, to put all anger and fear into one dynamic role, to show various emotion on screen and stage.

ZH: Where did you get your big break?

Lois Winstone: I guess I’ve been working as a performer and artist for some years now spreading out creative vibes is what I love to do. I started acting in my late teens and have progressively grown to acknowledge and admire the industry. Singing with my electronic Hip-Hop band “CRACKVILLAGE” has opened many doors for me and currently recording a second album. ‘Breaking through’ to what I know, is success, I believe only comes with the... »

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH KIM NEWMAN, HORROR GENRE WRITER EXTRAORDINAIRE!
By James Whittington
Posted in: Interviews, Tuesday 19th Jun 2007
Kim Newman is without doubt one of the UK’s leading genre writers with an impeccable track record of articles, books and DVD commentaries. We caught up with him to get his views on the state of horror in general and his plans for the future.

ZH: You’ve been a writer for quite some time, how did you get started in such a business?

KN: Seriously, I couldn’t get a job. I graduated (B.A. English, University of Sussex) in 1980, and spent three years applying for jobs and not getting anywhere. During that time, I did various homemade theatre projects, worked on fanzines, used a single contact with a regional film theatre to get a gig writing notes handed out at screenings and promotional booklets, kept copious notes on every film saw and sat in a bed-sit counting pennies. Eventually (1982), I sent sample reviews to the Monthly Film Bulletin and started getting a trickle of work from them – the MFB melded into Sight & Sound ten years later, and I still work for them. Then, I sent fanzine clippings an... »

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH BRAD SYKES, HORROR WRITER, DIRECTOR, PRODUCER AND ACTOR
By James Whittington
Posted in: Interviews, Thursday 10th May 2007
Brad Sykes is a multi talented kind of guy who seems to be at home performing most tasks for his movies whether it be directing, writing, producing or even acting. We tracked down this busy and in demand all rounder to discover his influences and his plans for future projects. By the way, if you like what you read check out his movies Goth and Death Factory which are showing to great acclaim here on Zone Horror.

ZH: Have you always been interested in the movie industry?

BRAD SYKES: Well, when I was growing up, my parents took to me to see a lot of films – mostly sci-fi, fantasy, and adventure. One of the first films that left a big impression on me as a kid was Clash of the Titans – I can still remember that movie scene-for-scene. Around age ten or eleven, I started buying magazines like Fangoria and Cinefantastique, learning about filmmakers and discovering all kinds of obscure movies. A few years later, I bought John Russo’s “Making Movies, which was probably the first technical book about filmmak... »

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Exclusive Interview with Jordan Barker, Director of The Marsh
By James Whittington
Posted in: Interviews, Monday 16th Apr 2007
One of the big hits of the Zone Horror Frightfest 2006 was Jordan Barker’s paranormal chiller The Marsh. Sony will be releasing the movie onto DVD this month so we thought you’d like to know what Mr Barker had to say when we caught up with him last year.

ZH: Can you set up the plotline for The Marsh?

JORDAN BARKER: The Marsh concerns a famous children’s author, a sort of J.K. Rowling or even Tim Burton kind of writer who becomes stressed out and decides to go on vacation. She rents a house that for some reason seems familiar and becomes wrapped in a supernatural murder mystery.

ZH: Was there a big budget difference between The Marsh and the first movie you directed?

JORDAN BARKER: Oh yeah (laughs). The first movie I did, (My Brother’s Keeper) the budget was around $350,000 which is still a good sum of money and we were able to do lots, we shot on film and probably had more than enough. For this one we had $4 -$5 million but it didn’t really feel that different.

ZH:... »

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Raising the Dead - The reanimation of the British horror film industry
By James Whittington
Posted in: Features, Wednesday 14th Mar 2007
Rosie Fletcher is a horror writer and journalist whose work has appeared in many places, most regularly at the website www.horrortalk.com. Here she gives Zone Horror readers an exclusive on set report from a new zombie movie and lets us know exactly what it’s like to play one of the undead. By the way, she’s third from the left in the snap!

Day with the Dead

Sunday morning at ten o’clock is traditionally a time for sleeping in my household but today I’m going to drag myself out of bed, traipse to a cul-de-sac in Twickenham and be a zombie for the day. I tell myself the early start will be worth it, even if the shoot is horribly amateur and disorganised, simply because of the pleasure I’ve had explaining my plans for the weekend at the pub the Friday before (“No, I don’t mean I’m going to be tired and hung-over, I’m going to be a zombie”).

I’m here because I want to see what goes on behind the scenes of a low budget British horror movie. I’ve long been a fan of the genre and I want to see... »

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Exclusive Interview with Robert Englund, the Man Behind Freddy Krueger
By James Whittington
Posted in: Interviews, Tuesday 30th Jan 2007
Robert Englund is one of the most recognisable horror actrs of the last twenty years. Even though he has been covered in latex for most of his movie outings his distinct acting style and sinister mannerisms helped to create one of the greatest anti-heroes cinema has ever experienced, Freddy Krueger. We caught up with him in Manchester at the recent Collectormania event for this exclusive interview.

ZH: Could you start by just telling us what you’re doing over here?

ROBERT ENGLUND: I’m here for my friend, Jason who normally has me here for his Collectormania in Milton Keynes, and I love it because we always stay in this little village in Milton Keynes in the shadow of Cleo Lane and Johnny Dankworth, I love Jazz, and there’s some great walking and hiking there and there’s a great pub! I’ve been doing this for years since Freddy Vs Jason came out. It was such a huge hit after all the other Nightmare on Elm Street films and I hadn’t really been seeing the fans for a while for I was doing family films ... »

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