Posted on Tuesday 4th April 2017
Jen and Sylvia Soska are two of the most exciting creatives around at the moment. Their work is visceral, dynamic, exciting and above all bloody entertaining. We've chatted to these multi-talented Canadians about their work to date in the build up to the UK TV premiere of See No Evil 2 this Friday on Horror.
HC: It's been while since we last chatted and apart from See No Evil 2 what have you both been up to?
SS: It has been a while, but it's really cool that we get to chat again. We hosted a reality horror gameshow from Matador, GSN, and Blumhouse called Hellevator that was like Saw: The Gameshow!. We had a blast making it. I really can't even believe that was a job a person could have. We're st...SHARE: READ MORE Interview with 'Life' star Rebecca Ferguson
Posted on Wednesday 22nd March 2017
Previously starring opposite Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation and Emily Blunt in Girl on the Train, Ferguson steps out as the lead, standing firmly in front of her co-stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds in the Horror/Sci-Fi spectacle Life, which opens in cinemas across the UK this Friday.
Starring as Dr. Miranda North, Ferguson plays the last astronaut on-board an International Space Station which has recently caught a space probe containing the first sign of extra-terrestrial life. Studying the life form quickly turns from fascinating to a complete catastrophe, as the organism rapidly grows strength and intelligence - with the desperation to prey upon those within its reach.
We spoke with Fergus...SHARE: READ MORE Interview with A Cure For Wellness Director Gore Verbinski
Posted on Friday 24th February 2017
The visionary director behind the English-language remake of The Ring as well as the first three Pirates of the Caribbean films is back this week - with the sinister and compelling A Cure for Wellness.
The film, which is a healthy mix of psychological thriller and body horror stars Dane DeHaan (Chronicle, The Place Beyond the Pines and Life After Beth) and Mia Goth (Nymphomaniac) and opens in cinemas across the UK today.
We sat down with Verbinski to discuss the making of Cure, in addition to his thoughts on horror remakes, and the long-awaited BioShock film.
A Cure for Wellness is in cinemas nowSHARE: READ MORE Interview with A Cure for Wellness star Dane DeHaan
Posted on Friday 24th February 2017
You've probably come across Dane DeHaan a lot more than you've realised.
The star can be previously seen in the found-footage superhero flick Chronicle, the zombie love story Life After Beth and opposite Andrew Garfield in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
This month, he toplines the thriller-come-body-horror A Cure for Wellness, which opens in cinemas nationwide today.
DeHaan plays Mr Lockhart - an American executive tasked with retrieving the CEO of his company from a seemingly idyllic wellness centre on the other side of the world. But upon visiting, it doesn't take long for Lockhart to discove...SHARE: READ MORE Interview with Steven Kastrissios Director of Bloodlands
Posted on Wednesday 22nd February 2017
Ahead of the World Premiere of his latest film Bloodlands at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow, Steven Kastrissios discusses the challenges of making the world's first Albanian/Australian horror film.
HC: So what have you been doing in the eight years since making your amazing debut with The Horseman, a FrightFest favourite?
SK: Writing. I was just 24 when I shot The Horseman and it was only my second feature script, so I wanted to expand my horizons and I wrote many scripts in completely different genres and styles. I developed other little projects and came close to doing other features with other people's scripts but for various reasons they fell through, usually over the script. I also stum...SHARE: READ MORE Interview with Colin Minihan director of It Stains The Sands Red
Posted on Monday 13th February 2017
Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film It Stains The Sands Red at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow, Colin Minihan chats about the creation of his 'zombie love story', the challenges of shooting in Death Valley and his new movie Still/Born.
HC: Are The Vicious Brothers still an entity? You've only co-directed Grave Encounters under that moniker - Extraterrestrial and It Stains The Sands Red carry your separate credits. That's the way you want it from now on?
CM: Our roles were just less defined when we made Grave Encounters because we were both very young. If we make a film together and feel like it's a Vicious Brothers fil...SHARE: READ MORE Interview with Simon Rumley Director of Fashionista
Posted on Monday 6th February 2017
Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film Fashionista at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow, Simon Rumley reveals why he's a fan of drugs in film and his planned foray into London gangster land...
HC: Fashionista finds you back in Austin after Red White & Blue. What excites you about Austin so much? Could Fashionista have been set anywhere else?
SR: I had such a great experience on Red White & Blue for so many different reasons that it was only natural that, at some point, I'd return to Austin. With Tim League (exec producer), Paul Knauss (co-producer) and Karen Hallford (casting director) I've got a great bunch o...SHARE: READ MORE Interview with F. Javier Gutierrez director of Rings
Posted on Friday 3rd February 2017
15 years after the first English language instalment, The Ring is ready to hit cinemas once again. The long-awaited sequel, titled Rings, sees a digital copy of the eerie tape circulate around a university campus, with Gabriel (Big Bang Theory's Johnny Galecki), Holt (Alex Roe) and Julia (Matilda Lutz) trying to find the answers to the videos - and Samara's origin.
Stepping into the director's chair this time is F. Javier Gutierrez, mostly known as the Spanish filmmaker behind the apocalyptic Sci-Fi flick, Before the Fall. We caught up with the director just in time for the release of Rings, which opens across the UK this weekend.
HC: Tell us a bit about the story of Rings and w...SHARE: READ MORE Interview with Chris Smith, director of Triangle, Black Death and Detour.
Posted on Monday 30th January 2017
Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film Detour at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow, Chris Smith tells us the importance of FrightFest, his love of 'film Noir' and his hatred of reality TV...
HC: FrightFest has premiered all your genre movies Creep, Severance, Triangle, Black Death, except Get Santa obviously. Is this positioning an important part of the roll-out process for you?
CS: Firstly let me apologise for being away for so long and thank you for having me back. I wrote 'Get Santa' because I'd just had a son and was feeling like I wanted to do something that he could watch in the next 15 years. I expected the film to take a year to come together but i...SHARE: READ MORE Actress, writer and producer Joanne Mitchell answers 10 scary questions!
Posted on Monday 16th January 2017
Adult Babies gets an exclusive reveal at FrightFest Glasgow 2017. The film's creator, actress/producer Joanne Mitchell, star of Before Dawn and Bait answers 10 scary questions.
HC: When did your fascination for horror films begin?
JM: I've been interested in horror since being a young kid. I liked to be frightened, whether it be reading a scary book, or watching one of the Hammer House of Horrors. But it wasn't until my 30's that I really became fascinated with the whole genre after making Before Dawn and watching back to back movies at FrightFest!! The fans are so loyal and open minded and really know their stuff. <...SHARE: READ MORE Horror Icon Barbara Crampton chats about her role in We Are Still Here.
Posted on Monday 9th January 2017
Ahead of Horror Channel's UK premiere broadcast of We Are Still Here on Saturday January 14th, legendry actress Barbara Crampton talks exclusively on the revival of her career, her approach to challenging roles and why she loves the genre, but not the over-used label 'Scream Queen'!
HC: Suddenly you are back in the genre spotlight after many people thinking you had retired. What happened between your 80s heyday in movies like Re-Animator and From Beyond and the more recent You're Next?
BC: I had retired. But it wasn't really intentional. I was in my late 30's and hadn't been offered anything significant in quite a while. Roles in my age bracket for women ...SHARE: READ MORE Interview With Writer Of Cockneys Vs Zombies James Moran
Posted on Saturday 29th October 2016
Horror Channel is a big fan of James Moran. This multi-talented chap has been behind a number of stand out titles of recent years not just on the big screen but on TV too. Next week his superb shocker Cockneys Vs Zombies comes to Horror so we decided to chat too him about this and his other projects.
HC: What movie did you see growing that inspired you to become a writer?
JM: It all started with Doctor Who, which I've been watching since before I can remember - I used to sit and watch the entire end credits to see what all the names and jobs were, and made up my own stories to...SHARE: READ MORE PICK OF THE WEEK
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