Be warned: The following trailer is not for the squeamish and it’s probably NSFW.
Interview: Anchor Bay’s recent direct-to-DVD release The Victim was a project of love by Michael Biehn and his wife Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, brought about from Michael’s being bitten by the exploitation bug while working on Grindhouse. From being his directorial debut to having family work on every facet of production, the Biehns talk about the unexpected welcome response from horror film festivals around the world, and the anticipation of Anchor Bay’s DVD release.
The news you can use today includes: John Carter is still a hot mess, Hannah Hangover, We Want Bat Toys, Batman’s well hung Robin Sock, Devil’s Carnival, The Clone Wars, Dexter’s New Hottie and yes, RoboCop reboot will still Suck.
Today’s guest is director Darren Lynn Bousman (SAW), who joins to talk about the Mothers Day remake and so much more.
Slice of SciFi #441: A Conversation With the Cast of “It’s in the Blood”, Sean Elliot, Scooter Downey and Rose Sirna
Today’s interview features a talk with the cast of It’s in the Blood, Sean Elliot, Scooter Downey and Rose Sirna. Find out more about this new independent horror film in our interview and at their web site.
This week’s guest is up-and-coming Scream Queen Tucky Williams, a University of Kentucky grad who’s moved from TV meteorologist to horror movie cult favorite.
She snagged her first female lead role at her first audition (ever) in the indie feature Shadows Light. Her breakthrough role came in the form of Vix, the hot zombie slayer, in Dead Moon Rising – a role that unofficially made her one of the hottest scream queens on screen and earned her not only a legion of devout horror fans but a professional debut and acting background in the horror films genre.
At the premiere of Scream 4, director Wes Craven compared the horror series to another popular genre franchise.
Brooke Lewis brings us a report on the 2nd Annual Women in Horror Celebration, held February 12, 2011 at the Dark Delicacies Bookstore in Burbank.