No less an authority than Stephen King calls Nick Cutter’s novel “old-school horror at its best.” In the run-up to our full review, we’ve got a few words with the author himself.
We caught up with the star recently, who dished on Brandon Slagle's "blood and bikini" killer lamprey feature.
Genre actress and fan-fave Kristina Klebe sat down with us over the weekend to talk about her role in director Milan Todorovic’s upcoming "murderous mermaid" flick (and more), and since she’s all sorts of awesome, you’ll read this.
The iconic genre actor talks about his many projects in the works, including the supernatural western graphic novel "To Hell You Ride," based on a story he's had in the works for decades.
Founder of industrial-metal unit Dawn of Ashes talks about his creative plans, the band's farewell tour, and new musical concepts looming on the horizon.
I’ve had my eye on the career of actress and burgeoning scream queen Jamie Bernadette since we met on the set of the upcoming film Axeman at Cutter’s Creek back in 2012, so it’s little surprise that my curiosity was piqued by the drop of the trailer for Mile Marker Seven, the latest horror feature she’s headlining.
Almost Human is a throwback to the sci-fi/horror flicks of the 1980s. Old school scares, alien invaders, and all practical effects. We spoke to writer/director Joe Begos, who talked about making his first feature, filming outside Los Angeles, and where a sequel will go if he has the chance.
Colin Farrell says he's pumped about his work on Solace, an upcoming supernatural thriller that also stars Anthony Hopkins, Abbey Cornish, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Ben Wheatley’s newest thriller, A Field in England, is a strange little period piece about soldiers who leave battle and join up with a strange mystic who encourages them to help him dig for treasure. In the words of FEARNET’s film critic Scott Weinberg, “that’s when things get really weird.” We nabbed Ben after a long day of shooting Doctor Who to ask him about A Field in England, his influences, and epileptic seizures.
Sam Underwood is getting good at playing a psychopath. Last season he was a psycho-in-training in the final season of Dexter. This year, he has graduated to full-on psycho in The Following, where he plays not one, but two psychopaths: twins. We spoke to Sam about the difficulties of playing twins, necrophilia, and making The Following a family affair.