Interview with Alex Vincent (Childs Play, Cult Of Chucky)

We recently spoke with actor Alex Vincent about his role as Andy Barclay in the Child’s Play franchise as well as life offscreen.

“Chucky gets a lot more takes than anyone else does” 

Interview with film-maker Patrick Rea – FrightFest 2016

Interview by Jay Kay (Host of Horror Happens radio show).


With the latest incarnation of HORROR CHANNEL’S FRIGHTFEST ready to consume and infect on London August 25th through 29th , the DISCOVERY STAGE will showcase a variety of genre features that continue to rule the film festival circuit! A part of that group of selected films and filmmakers is Kansas City madman Patrick Rea! Known for his short film work around the world including PILLOW FIGHT, A HOWL OF A GOOD TIME, COUNTER PARTS as well as the 2013 thriller NAILBITER; Rea will be presenting his latest feature called ENCLOSURE. This tense and supernatural tale of isolation focuses on a married couple and the choices that they must make as their camping trip falls under siege by a variation of what could be called monsters. We grabbed Rea in between film projects to talk about ENCLOSURE, micro filmmaking, connecting casting and of course playing at FRIGHTFEST!patrick

“I think the ‘container’ horror film really gets my creative juices flowing, because we have to really work hard to keep things interesting for the audience. It’s not easy making a film like this, despite not having many locations. It actually becomes way more challenging to find ways to keep the audience engaged while being in primarily one place.”

 

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Horror Month: Interview with Brennan Elliot (Curse of Chucky)

Horror Month – June 2015

IMG_0640We spoke with actor Brennan Elliot known in Horror for his role as Ian in 2013’s Curse of Chucky. He has also had many other TV and film roles including Night of the Museum: Secret of the Tomb and recurring roles in the shows such as Strong Medicine and the current Hallmark series Cedar Cove.

“It was an intense experience on set since every scene was emotionally at such a high and personal level. It was like life and death every day…”

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