Fright Exclusive VIDEO Interview With Dee Wallace!!

*Editor’s note: All of us at Icons of Fright are big fans of Dee Wallace (our previous interview here). Her resume is definitely an impressive one, with roles in everything from E.T. to CUJO, and more recently, Rob Zombie’s THE LORDS OF SALEM. Our own resident Texan, Killer Kalyn caught up with Dee at last […]

Fright Exclusive Interview With Director/Actor Joe Lynch!!

I first came across Joe Lynch while attending the then Fangoria-led Weekend of Horrors in 2007. Tired of walking around, I sat in the presentation hall, and watched Joe talk about his then upcoming film, WRONG TURN 2 (a sequel to the 2003 original). What stood out about Joe, and was quite different than most […]

Fright Exclusive Interview With HATCHET/HOLLISTON Director Adam Green!

Director Adam Green has definitely been prolific since bursting onto the horror scene with 2007’s HATCHET. Since that film, he’s directed multiple films (SPIRAL, FROZEN, HATCHET II, CHILLERAMA), releases a Halloween-themed short every year, is in the process of making a documentary, DIGGING UP THE MARROW, and is getting ready to premiere season two of […]

Fright Exclusive Interview with Gabrielle Stone!

Gabrielle Stone is known by most as Scream Queen Dee Wallace’s daughter, but she’s already busy making name for herself in the horror community. In her new movie,┬áSPEAK NO EVIL, Stone plays Anna, a young mother whose daughter is tormented by demonic activity that clings to their family. I was lucky enough to chat with […]

Fright Exclusive Interview with Gary Pullin!

Whether it be Rue Morgue, Anchor Bay Entertainment, Fright-Rags, or Texas Frightmare Weekend, Gary Pullin has never ceased to impress with his incomparable artwork. I met Gary for the first time at Texas Frightmare 2012, and was deeply moved by his tremendous talent and easy-going nature.I was lucky enough to interview Gary for a second […]

Fright Exclusive Interview With PIETA Director Kim Ki-Duk!!

Korean filmmaker Kim Ki-Duk is widely known for his shifts in tone between films, with each of his movies being extremely different from the previous ones. Ranging from 2000’s THE ISLE, a violent film featuring some pretty intense images, to the 2005 romantic drama THE BOW, Ki-Duk has created a name for himself as a […]

Fright Exclusive Interview with NO ONE LIVES/MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN Director Ryuhei Kitamura!!

Ryuhei Kitamura made a name for himself internationally with his third film, VERSUS, a film that combined martial arts, the Yakuza and well..zombies. After making a few more films in Japan, Kitamura made his American debut with an adaption of Clive Barker’s short story, THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN, a very underrated horror film starring a […]

Fright Exclusive Interview With KILL LIST/SIGHTSEERS Director Ben Wheatley!

Ben Wheatley’s 2011 film KILL LIST left viewers’ mouths wide open, and was easily one of the most shocking and well done films of the year. A lot of people were wondering what trick Wheatley had up his sleeve next, and he’s definitely surprised quite a few people with his most recent film, SIGHTSEERS, a […]