Interviews

“We only barely finished it in time to make the Toronto film festival”, director Bernard Rose recalls when talking about the international premiere of his film Paperhouse in 1988. “I remember I hand-carried the print with me to Toronto. I flew over there for the screening…I literally had the print in my luggage. People were
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Although the cast of Us is impressive — some of its key players include Academy Award winner Lupita Nyong’o, Black Panther‘s Winston Duke and The Handmaid’s Tale‘s Golden Globe winner Elisabeth Moss — it admittedly doesn’t have much horror experience. Moss, who plays a family friend of Nyong’o and Duke’s Adelaide and Gabe Wilson, has starred in a few genre
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After the impressive box office performance given by Jordan Peele’s first film Get Out in 2017, it’s only natural that the writer/director’s latest, doppelgänger horror Us starring Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke, has also effortlessly pulled in the crowds during its first week. But that’s probably the only thing about the film that hasn’t surprised us. We talk to
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By all accounts, Anna And The Apocalypse would appear to be the world’s first feature-length zombie comedy musical set in high school… and at Christmas… in Scotland. Shot around the likes of Port Glasgow, Greenock and Falkirk, the film premiered to considerable buzz at last year’s Fantastic Fest in the US and is now making
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After premiering to terrified audiences at the Liverpool Playhouse, Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s horror stage play Ghost Stories was quickly ushered to the Lyric Hammersmith in London in the summer of 2010. With its popularity rapidly spreading to international theatres, it’s unsurprising that Nyman and Dyson started to receive calls from several American studios wanting to
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With The CW playing host to four Arrowverse series and Netflix currently owning six separate Marvel outings, there’s certainly no shortage of superhero television shows on the small screen. Fortunately, Krypton promises to be unlike the comic book adaptations you’ve seen before. Set decades before Superman’s titular home planet is infamously destroyed, it follows the
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In the great tradition of the horror anthology, Nightmare Cinema is the newest entry in the sub-genre. With a wraparound story featuring Mickey Rourke as the ominous Projectionist, this international collection of shorts brings together some of the greatest talents of horror. ‘The Projectionist’ is directed by Mick Garris, who also contributed a short called
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