News

.
.
.
Farewell
.
02/06/2014 - 11:00am
If you like Joseph Morgan, you’ll love Armistice. If you don’t like Joseph Morgan, Armistice just might change your mind. Joseph plays A.J. Budd, a Royal Marine who wakes up one morning and discovers he is alone, locked in an unfamiliar house. There is absolutely no escape, no TV, no radio, no books. His only excitement is a monster that appears every morning, forcing A.J. to fight for his life. Hidden deep in a hollow spot in the wall, he discovers letters and realizes he is not the first to suffer this fate. We spoke to Joseph about carrying a film, executive producing, and we even slipped in a Vampire Diaries / The Originals question.
02/05/2014 - 4:30pm
Between the time Thomas Dunne published horror author Weston Ochse's first book in the Seal Team 666 series around Thanksgiving of 2012 and the 2nd book, Age of Blood, around Halloween of 2013 an amazing thing happened, Hollywood came knocking. Weston took a few minutes out of his busy signing schedule to talk to us about it.
01/31/2014 - 2:00pm
Wingard sat down with FEARNET to discuss how his latest thriller came about, the films that formed his love for cinema, and his creative process with writer Simon Barrett.
01/30/2014 - 8:00pm
It was my honor to chat with Heather about the epic, four-hour documentary Never Sleep Again, which explores every single entry into the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise.
01/30/2014 - 5:30pm
The "Freaks and Geeks" star may not be the first person you’d expect to see in your favorite horror film of 2014... but once you see him in the sequel to Nazi zombie epic "Dead Snow," that could very well be the case.
01/27/2014 - 3:30pm
With writer / director Carter Smith’s supernatural horror/love story Jamie Marks Is Dead having just played the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, we thought it time to chat with the filmmaker regarding the feature, as well as to bring you three exclusive stills and a clip. Read on!
01/24/2014 - 6:30pm
In Part One we talked about how Christopher Payne decided to get into small press publishing. His first couple of years involved new authors whose writing he liked. But he realized he needed some well-known name value in his authors if his company was going to grow and begin selling great enough numbers of books to be self-sustaining. But "names" in horror are not the same as names in general literature.
01/24/2014 - 5:30pm
The supernatural flick I, Frankenstein finds the lonely monster, now called Adam, searching for both a purpose in life and a companion. That personal journey becomes derailed when he gets dragged into a centuries-old war between good and evil, and must side with gargoyles in order to stop a demon army from destroying mankind.
01/21/2014 - 6:00pm
It’s not often one sees a genre director ascend the independent film ladder as Jim Mickle has in the last two years. At Sundance 2013, his We Are What We Are was the clear favorite of the midnight slate, going all the way to Cannes after its Park City debut. How does a young filmmaker follow that up? Strike while the iron is hot.
01/17/2014 - 11:30am
The movie is directed by Tyler Gillett and Matt Bettinelli-Olpin of the collective Radio Silence. The four guys, including Justin Martinez and Chad Villella, provided one of the most memorable chapters in the horror anthology V/H/S. Devil’s Due marks their feature film debut and Gillett and Bettinelli-Olpin jumped on the phone to discuss satanic pregnancies and putting a new twist on the found footage genre.

Pages

<none>