Interview: Jeffrey Reddick talks Final Destination, Day of the Dead, directing ‘Don’t Look Back’ and more!

We were delighted to speak with Jeffrey Reddick; the writer and creator of the massively successful supernatural horror Final Destination which has spawned it’s own franchise, ahead of the world premiere of his directorial debut Don’t Look Back at Frightfest 2020 (October Edition).

“I’m not scared of monsters or ghosts or hockey masked killers. The thing that really scares me is how easily people can turn on each other”

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Interview with horror actress Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator, From Beyond, You’re Next)

Ahead of Horror Channel’s UK TV premiere of Julian Richards’ REBORN, on Sat 22 August, actress, producer and genre icon Barbara Crampton reflects on how You’re Next changed the direction of her career, the joy of discovering new talent and the possibility of directing one day…

“…..I can easily say I’m more excited about this business than ever! I don’t intend to slow down.”

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Interview with Film-maker Paul Hyett (Peripheral)

Ahead of the Digital release on August 3rd of his latest film PERIPHERAL, director Paul Hyett talks about the importance of creative freedom, the lockdown and future project

“I always think you can take any story, any experience and turn it into an interesting, entertaining movie.”

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Ian Gelder talks Can You Hear Me?

Something is stalking the Doctor and her friends, from ancient Syria to present-day Sheffield, and out into the wilds of space in Can You Hear Me?

As Graham, Yaz and Ryan return home to see friends and family, they find themselves haunted by very different experiences. Who is the figure calling from beyond the stars for help, and why?

Ian Gelder, who Doctor Who fans may recognise as the voice of the Remnants, talked about playing this mysterious, villainous figure. Continue reading

Sacha Dhawan talks about becoming ‘The Master’ on Doctor Who

Doctor Who made its triumphant return to our screens on New Years Day with Series 12, Episode 1 ‘Spyfall‘ guest starring Stephen Fry and Lenny Henry.

However, there was one big reveal on the episode that has fans talking; when the character of ‘O’ played by Sacha Dhawan was revealed to be classic Doctor Who villian ‘The Master’. The Master had not been seen since the face-off between his female incarnation ‘Missy’ and a previous incarnation (played by John Simm) during the Series 10 Finale.

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Angela – The Official Sleepaway Camp Documentary

From the maker of ‘MORE BRAINS! A Return To The Living Dead’, ‘PENNYWISE: The Story of IT’, ‘Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th‘, and ‘RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop’ and the star of ‘SLEEPAWAY CAMP ‘ (Felissa Rose) comes this brand-new documentary celebrating the legacy of the ‘Sleepaway Camp’ and the legend of Angela Baker. With over 50 interviews and hours of BTS footage.

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Interview with Rhian Rees (Halloween 2018)

We spoke to Rhian Rees who portrayed the role of crime podcaster Dana Haines in Halloween (2018) and has appeared in several other TV and film projects.

 

“She’s a critical thinker and refuses to believe that anyone could be pure evil”.

 

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Interview with Connor Calland ( Doctor Who, Big Finish)

Doctor Who introduced a new gay character in New Year’s Day special Resolution but they didn’t hang around for long

Connor Calland played a security guard, named in the show’s credits as Richard, who challenged Dalek-controlled character Lin (Charlotte Ritchie) as she attempted to get into the secure facility he was guarding.

Seconds later he was exterminated!


We recently spoke to Connor about working on the show and the reaction to his role.


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In Search Of Darkness: Kickstarter’s hottest campaign that will quench your bloodlust !!!!

CreatorVC Studios have recently launched their Kickstarter campaign to fund “THE DEFINITIVE ’80S HORROR DOCUMENTARY”.

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Interview with composer Harry Manfredini (Friday the 13th, Friday the 13th Game)

We were honoured to speak with legendary horror film composer Harry Manfredini about his career in music and film; from creating the iconic score for Friday the 13th and it’s sequels to working on the recent video game.

“……one day in his kitchen, he said to me… I am going to make the scariest film ever, its called Friday the 13th, and you are going to score it…. And the rest I guess is history!”

 

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