Mick Garris talks Sleepwalkers, Stephen King, life under Covid and interviewing Jimi Hendrix.

Mick Garris is a director, screenwriter, producer, show runner, novelist, occasional actor and horror-documentary talking head—and he was even was the lead singer in a real rarity, a “prog rock band with a sense of humor” called Horse Feathers (after the Marx Bros. movie) back in the ‘70s. Garris is most widely known for his … Continue reading Mick Garris talks Sleepwalkers, Stephen King, life under Covid and interviewing Jimi Hendrix.

Jonathan Lethem on The Feral Detective, PKD, Flying Nun Records and the upcoming Motherless Brooklyn film

Over the course of the 30 years since his first published short story in Pulphouse magazine, Jonathan Lethem has forged a unique place in fiction. He has been a blender of genres since his earliest short stories in sci-fi/fantasy magazines like Asimov's Science Fiction and Interzone, to name just two. His first novel, 1994’s Gun, … Continue reading Jonathan Lethem on The Feral Detective, PKD, Flying Nun Records and the upcoming Motherless Brooklyn film

Exclusive Interview with Wayne Kramer (The Cooler, Running Scared)

Over the last 20 years Wayne Kramer has carved out a unique place in American cinema through his four feature films. His first completed feature was The Cooler, with William H. Macy, Alec Baldwin and Maria Bello. It probably should have been a bigger hit than it was, but there were issues with MPAA, which … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with Wayne Kramer (The Cooler, Running Scared)

Michael Lehmann Talks Heathers, Hudson Hawk, Working in T.V. and Seconds

Michael Lehmann is still best known for his 1988 film Heathers, despite having also made a great satirical take on the action film, Hudson Hawk, and the little-seen alien invasion eco-terrorist satire, Meet the Applegates, and doing loads of television work, including Bored to Death, Californication, American Horror Show and most recently Snowfall. We had been … Continue reading Michael Lehmann Talks Heathers, Hudson Hawk, Working in T.V. and Seconds