Groundbreaking television series are rare in Hollywood. Sure, there are dozens if not hundreds of memorable programs, but the ones that defined their genre, innovated it or became burned into the public psyche are few and far between indeed. Twilight Zone did it, defining dark anthologies for decades to come. So did Star Trek and… Continue reading Mission: Possible — Barbara Bain & The Hollywood Walk of Fame
When I sat down to interview veteran actor Doug Bradley (Hellraiser) at a horror convention in Louisville, Kentucky, I expected we’d only talk for fifteen minutes. We ended up chatting for nearly an hour. You see, Bradley has a lot to talk about (at least, if you ask him the right questions). Hell, I didn’t… Continue reading The Brain Beneath the Pins — An Interview with Actor Doug Bradley
According to The Comic Book Database website, Erica J. Heflin has bounced between the fields of animal care and comics all her life. She has worked as a screenwriter and producer for independent films, and in 2011 joined Grayhaven Comics as a writer and editor for their comic series THE GATHERING (with Amanda Rachels on… Continue reading VISUAL FRIGHTS: Interview with Indie Creator of THE ENVY, Erica J. Heflin
Jason V Brock interviews the grandfather of all things zombie – George Romero. Romero doesn’t hold anything back.
Lee-Anne Raymond: Dark Princess of Imagery from Down Under By Jason V Brock Jason V Brock: Lee-Anne, for people unfamiliar with you and your work, could you please tell us a bit about your philosophy? Lee-Anne Raymond: As an artist, atheist, and feminist I am interested in science, biology, the natural world,… Continue reading Interview: Lee-Anne Raymond (Surrealist Artist)