This week Jason chats with Craig Moss, director of the new film Let Us In, a family sci-fi thriller on Digital and On Demand July 2. Moss was the director
Jason chats with writer and director Damian Mc Carthy, whose new film Caveat premiered on Shudder on June 3rd.
Jason chats with Kevin Tenney, director of the 1986 cult film Witchboard which comes to the ARROW platform, available to subscribers in the US, Canada,
In this episode, Jason chats with Matt Mercer and Mike Testin, the writers and directors of Dementia Part II, and shares an exclusive clip.
For this episode, Jason chats with Ryan Kruger, director of Fried Barry, which comes to Shudder on May 7th.
On this episode, Jason chats with John Berardo, director and co-writer of the new film Initiation, which releases in theaters, on-demand, and on digital May 7th.
In this episode, Jason chats with Chris Baugh, director of Boys from County Hell, new to Shudder streaming service, described as a rowdy Irish vampire horror-comedy
This week Jason chats with Ryan Spindell, writer and director of the horror anthology The Mortuary Collection, for which Clancy Brown
In this episode, Jason chats about the Vampire the Masquerade novel, Walk Among Us by Genevieve Gornichec, Cassandra Khaw, and Caitlin Starling.
Jason chats with Jeffrey Reddick, creator of the Final Destination franchise, whose directorial debut Don’t Look Back is out on disc and on-demand.
Jason chats with Joe Braidwood, co-founder and COO at Scener, a watch party platform, for an exclusive screening of Zack Snyder's Justice League.
This week Jason chats with Jacob Johnston, writer/director of Dreamcatcher, which comes out March 5 in theaters, on Digital, and On Demand.
This week's Castle Talk is a panel led by Rainshine Entertainment and Malaysia's Animasia Studio with Final Destination screenwriter and creator Jeffrey
Lola on Fire, the February novel from William Morrow by Rio Youers' (co-writer of IDW's Sleeping Beauties), is one of those books that is so instantly
This week Jason chats with Mike P. Nelson, director of Wrong Turn. The series originally debuted with the 2003 film Wrong Turn scripted by frequent Star