Giving genre fans a film that bypasses the typical in your face approach in favor of subtlety, Jason Krawczyk’s SXSW hit HE NEVER DIED offered up one hell of a performance by the film’s lead, former Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins. Everything about the film is an unexpected treat. and was easily one of the […]
If you haven’t had a chance to check out Denny Tedesco’s THE WRECKING CREW, then you should stop everything you are doing and watch it right this minute. This film goes above and beyond what you would expect in a documentary, and contains the perfect mixture of music, interviews, and photographs to tell the story […]
There isn’t much that can be said regarding the directing duo of Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead. Since they arrived on the scene with one hell of a debut, RESOLUTION, the buzz has continually grown around the duo, and well, it’s all been well deserved. Easily two of the most talented storytellers in the genre, […]
As previously reported (review), the short film CROW HAND!!! was one of our favorite shorts at this year’s SXSW festival, and we thought we’d ask director Brian Lonano a few questions about what in the living hell inspires such a funny yet gruesome (and lovable) short film. Check it out when you get a chance, […]
Icons of Fright SXSW Interview: Director Mickey Keating Talks POD, RITUAL, DARLING and CARNAGE PARK!!
One of the most anticipated “midnight” movies at this year’s SXSW (South by Southwest) festival, is director Mickey Keating’s POD, the follow-up to Keating’s VERY entertaining 2013 low-budget yet high on thrills film RITUAL. While RITUAL was a scary and tense film about two people being stalked by a cult, POD deals with very different […]
It’s time for a one-two punch of WOLFCOP interviews, you wonderful readers. Lowell Dean’s hilarious and VERY entertaining film just hit DVD/Bluray (review) and what better way to get you fright fanatics excited to check it out, than two interviews, one with writer/director Dean, and one with Amy Matysio, who plays Tina, a source of […]
Most cinephiles are already well versed in the career of the artistically wonderful Nicolas Winding Refn. From the early days of his PUSHER trilogy to the Tom Hardy-led BRONSON, to the critically and financially successful DRIVE, NWR has done an excellent job creating a worldwide recognition for himself and with good reason. He’s a rare […]