Almost anybody who loves sci-fi/horror books and films is familiar with the work of Karl Alexander. In 1979 his novel (with a screenplay written by Nicholas Meyer) about H. G. Wells and Jack the Ripper traveling though time and space, Time After Time, hit the big screen starring Malcolm McDowall and Mary Steenburgen.
04/02/2013 - 8:00pm
One of the most fascinating characters in literature and cinema is Hannibal Lecter, the refined cannibal psychiatrist. Bryan Fuller, creator of such darkly visionary shows like Dead Like Me, Pushing Daisies, and Mockingbird Lane returns with his darkest vision yet: Hannibal. The series follows Hannibal as envisioned in Thomas Harris’s Red Dragon: before anyone knew Hannibal was a killer. We chatted with Bryan about the nature of darkness, the psychological toll the subject matter takes, cannibalism, and dogs. Don’t worry; no dogs were harmed in the making of the show or this interview.
by Bryan Cairns
04/02/2013 - 7:00pm
Easter is a special occasion. Families gather. Big meals are prepared. Children frantically hunt for Easter eggs. But if you’re The Vampire Diaries’ quick-tempered Klaus, celebrating the holiday may involve other gruesome traditions.
by Nancy Greene
04/02/2013 - 5:00pm
Eric Beebe is the publisher of Post Mortem Press, a relatively new and fast-growing small press company. To date, they've published anthologies featuring Clive Barker, Joe Hill, F. Paul Wilson and many others. Eric took some time out of his schedule to talk exclusively to FEARnet about anthologies and what it's like working with famous authors.
by Rob Galluzzo
04/02/2013 - 4:00pm
It's almost here. Finally. The 'Evil Dead' remake will be upon us this upcoming Friday, April 5th and FEARnet got the chance to sit down with director Fede Alvarez and stars Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Jessica Lucas and Lou Taylor Pucci to talk about their first experiences seeing the original Sam Raimi-helmed classic, what their favorite "gags" were from the new film and what it was like to be the new blood of the 'Evil Dead' franchise.
by Tyler Doupe
04/01/2013 - 2:00pm
Mike Mendez (The Gravedancers) has been making horror films since before the dawn of the new millennium. He has been drawing a great deal of attention over the last couple of months with his latest addition to the genre, Big Ass Spider.
03/29/2013 - 7:00pm
In tonight’s episode of Grimm, a death in a video game spells out death in real life. The killer enjoys a good puzzle, which is where Sgt. Wu comes in. Played by Reggie Lee, Wu is a stalwart of Grimm, but frequently underused. In tonight’s episode, “Nameless” Wu gets to shine by figuring out puzzles that help lead Portland police to the killer. We chatted with Reggie about his role in tonight’s episode, Wu’s fate in the series, a preview of the rest of the season... and dogs. We both love dogs.
by Bryan Cairns
03/29/2013 - 4:00pm
“Hugh Dancy” hardly sounds like a menu item, but if the English actor isn’t careful, he could ultimately become a delectable delicacy in the new TV series, Hannibal. Over 13-episodes, the show will delve into the seemingly normal life of Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) before he emerges as a notorious murderer.
03/28/2013 - 8:00pm
We spoke to producer Gale Anne Hurd about the character developments this season, that pesky showrunner business, and a sneak peek of the finale.
by Tyler Doupe
03/25/2013 - 3:00pm
Pat Healy is a long time character actor who has made countless guest appearances on a variety of Television shows, as well as appeared in smaller roles in big budget films. Over the past couple of years, Healy has been popping up in a lot more indie films and connoisseurs of independent cinema are beginning to recognize him for the extremely talented and versatile actor that he is