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Haunting of the Mary Celeste: Emily Swallow Talks Intrigue in Mystery

Haunting of the Mary Celeste: Emily Swallow Talks Intrigue in Mystery

When Emily Swallow (The Mandalorian, Supernatural) read the script for Haunting of the Mary Celeste, she knew it was an opportunity she couldn't pass up. I spoke to her about a variety of topics concerning the film, from how the film drew her in from a genre perspective, the flexibility of indie production, and the […]

2067: Director Seth Larney Talks Long Road Making His Vision Happen

2067: Director Seth Larney Talks Long Road Making His Vision Happen

There's something to be said about counting your blessings during these difficult times, and what hard work can do to turn your dreams into reality, and director Seth Larney is proof positive of that message with his latest film 2067. The director started developing his passion project when he was 25 in 2005, focusing on […]

2067: Kodi Smit-McPhee Talks Films Organic Feel Ryan Kwanten X-Men

2067: Kodi Smit-McPhee Talks Film's Organic Feel, Ryan Kwanten, X-Men

Kodi Smit-McPhee is passionate about science fiction and couldn't pass up an opportunity to be in Seth Larney's passion project 2067. The actor stars as Ethan Whyte, a survivor in a dystopian future where humanity has been ravaged by climate change with the near extinction of plant life. His father, among other scientists, stumbled upon […]

The Call: Lin Shaye Talks Films Contemporary Themes

The Call: Lin Shaye Talks Film's Contemporary Themes

When it comes to two powerhouses in horror, Lin Shaye from the Insidious franchise and Tobin Bell from the Saw franchise make for one remarkable team in the film The Call. The film follows an elderly couple in 1987, who enact supernatural revenge on youths after they drive the wife Edith (Shaye) to suicide. I […]

2067: Ryan Kwanten Talks Film Bonding with Kodi Smit-McPhee

2067: Ryan Kwanten Talks Film, Bonding with Kodi Smit-McPhee

Ryan Kwanten knew he stumbled upon something special when he read the script from director Seth Larney about his passion project, the science fiction film 2067. "It was something that hit me pretty profoundly really early on," Kwanten said. "We have a storyteller who really had something to say about our current state of affairs." […]

Digimon: Last Evolution Kizuna Producer Talks Conclusions and Cameos

Digimon: Last Evolution Kizuna Producer Talks Conclusions and Cameos

Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna is the final chapter for the original DigiDestined, and after two decades, the franchise continues to impress (see our review here). Ahead of the official release of the film on Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD, we were able to speak to the longtime franchise producer Yosuke Kinoshita. He provided a little […]

Bill &#038 Ted Face The Music Writers Talk Films Inspirations [INTERVIEW]

Bill & Ted Face The Music Writers Talk Film's Inspirations [INTERVIEW]

For Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon, the Bill & Ted franchise came a long way since they start playing the characters themselves growing up. Their characters, Bill S Preston and Ted "Theodore" Logan, have endured for generations considering the two films in Excellent Adventure (1989) and Bogus Journey (1991) were made three decades ago. With […]

Comisery Week – Interview with Bee Vang

Comisery Week – Interview with Bee Vang

Full disclosure: when I'm not working on screenplays and film work, I'm a correspondent for Bleeding Cool. In the week leading up to the premiere, the editors of Bleeding Cool have let me run a series of interviews with the cast and crew to talk about what it was like to make a movie during […]

Comisery Week: Interview with Producer and Co-Director Quentin Lee

Comisery Week: Interview with Producer and Co-Director Quentin Lee

Comisery is an Asian-American Science Fiction Screwball Comedy that Quentin Lee and I created and made over eight weeks during the lockdown. It stars Bee Vang, Harrison Xu, Amy Hill, Jennifer Field, Nat Ho, Sheetal Sheth, Richard Anderson, and Verton Banks. It was a screwball comedy response to the pandemic and living under lockdown. It […]

Brenton Thwaites Talks Ghosts of War and the Horror Genre

Brenton Thwaites Talks Ghosts of War and the Horror Genre

The psychological, wartime horror film hybrid titled Ghosts of War has just been released, starring Brenton Thwaites leading four other American soldiers who are sent to hold a French chateau from Nazi soldiers approaching the end of WWII. The film is helmed by The Butterfly Effect writer and director Eric Bress, making this his sophomore […]

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War – Jerry OConnell Talks Superman

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War – Jerry O'Connell Talks Superman

Growing up, Jerry O'Connell adored the Superman films starring Christopher Reeve. He watched them all, but his favorite remains the 1978 Richard Donner original. The actor had an opportunity to play a role in a live-action setting screen testing for Superman Returns (2006) before the part went to Brandon Routh. O'Connell's first exposure to voiceover […]

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War &#8211 Jason OMara Talks Batman

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War – Jason O'Mara Talks Batman

Jason O'Mara is no stranger to embracing superhero roles. On season four of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., he played Jeffrey Mace, the agent who obtained his superhuman abilities through a bottle and adopted the alias, The Patriot. At the same time, he became the voice of one of DC's most recognizable heroes in Batman for […]


Castle Talk: Alice Waddingtons Paradise Hills Offers A Ghastly Future With Amazing Dresses

Castle Talk: Alice Waddington's "Paradise Hills" Offers A Ghastly Future With Amazing Dresses

  Paradise Hills is Spanish fashion creative and photographer Alice Waddington's science-fiction thriller feature debut, in which Emma Roberts plays a girl who wakes up on an isolated island in a facility run by the sinister Duchess played by Milla Jovovich, to whom high-class families send their daughters to become perfect versions of themselves. Paradise Hills takes place in a […]

An Oral History of Deadwood: The Movie from Dan F**kin Dority (aka W Earl Brown)

An Oral History of 'Deadwood: The Movie' from Dan F**kin' Dority (aka W Earl Brown)

Today is the day! The continuation of David Milch-created Shakespearean Western series Deadwood by way of Deadwood: The Movie. 13 years ago, the series was unceremoniously cancelled before getting to end it's tale of the South Dakota mining town denizens. It felt, to fans and cast alike, that the camp candle had been snuffed far too soon for the […]

Molly Parker on Returning for Deadwood: The Movie Character Chemistry

Molly Parker on Returning for 'Deadwood: The Movie', Character Chemistry

We are SO CLOSE to the premiere of HBO's much-longed for continuation of David Milch-created Shakespearean Western series Deadwood by way of Deadwood: The Movie. 13 years ago, the series was unceremoniously cancelled before getting to end it's tale of the South Dakota mining town denizens. It felt, to fans and cast alike, that the camp candle had […]

Brad Dourif on Deadwood: The Movie Don Mancinis Chucky Dune

Brad Dourif on 'Deadwood: The Movie', Don Mancini's Chucky, 'Dune'

It's been nigh-on 13 years since HBO's incredible Shakespearean Western series Deadwood was unceremoniously cancelled before getting to end it's tale of the South Dakota mining town denizens. It felt, to fans and cast alike, that the camp candle had been snuffed far too soon for the David Milch-masterclass of a show in 2006, and […]

Bear McCreary Chats Godzilla Netflixs Rim of the World [Interview]

Bear McCreary Chats 'Godzilla', Netflix's 'Rim of the World' [Interview]

Anytime we get to chat with prolific (and Emmy-winning) composer Bear McCreary, it's a good day. Admittedly, he's a friend, met several years ago after that incident of moving a locked piano across a very-large-Texas-sized convention center, and a panel moderation with said piano. Aside from being a pretty cool guy to chat with, he's […]

Ira Steven Behr Chats Star Trek: Deep Space Nine What We Left Behind Documentary

Ira Steven Behr Chats 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine', 'What We Left Behind' Documentary

As a longtime Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fan, this has been a super surreal week of work interviews, readers. Seriously. You can kind of sort of get the impression of fulfilling a fangirl's dream when I got to speak with Nana Visitor, who played Major Kira Nerys on the third live-action Star Trek series (which you can read here), Armin Shimerman who […]

Chase Masterson Chats Deep Space Nine Leeta What We Left Behind Documentary

Chase Masterson Chats 'Deep Space Nine', Leeta, 'What We Left Behind' Documentary

Another bit of author's personal backstory before jumping into my chat with Chase Masterson, who played Leeta on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine– I produce and attend several conventions during the year. I meet a lot of people both in front of and behind the scenes for series, films, and various enterprises (ha!). There have […]