Interview with Barbara Crampton

I was over in Manchester at Grimmfest recently and got the chance to do a short interview with Barbara Crampton. She is best known for her roles in cult classics like Re-Animator, From Beyond, Chopping Mall, Body Double and many others. More recently she has had a career resurgence in indie horror flicks like Beyond … Continue reading Interview with Barbara Crampton

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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

Tim Hunter Talks Looking Glass, River’s Edge, Twin Peaks and More

Tim Hunter very graciously allowed me to interview him to tie in the UK release of his new feature Looking Glass which is his first feature in a decade. It's a psycho-sexual desert noir starring Nicolas Cage and Robin Tunney. I've sat through more of the recent Nicolas Cage films that I care to admit … Continue reading Tim Hunter Talks Looking Glass, River’s Edge, Twin Peaks and More

Liberation Day – Interview with Laibach and director Morten Traavik

In 2015 the industrial group Laibach became the first Western band to ever play a concert in North Korea—a ludicrous state of affairs, and the strangest choice of band there could have been, given Laibach’s history of political provocation. The event is documented in the film Liberation Day (named for the fact that they played … Continue reading Liberation Day – Interview with Laibach and director Morten Traavik