From the red carpet I chat with actors Nadia Alexander who plays Mina, Toby Nichols who is Alex and their director Justin P. Lange. Then at the Roxy Hotel, I hosted a roundtable with Justin P. Lange and Nadia Alexander on this interesting horror character film.
I interviewed the cast and their director in a roundtable setting and also covered the red carpet. This is a compilation of these interviews that include director Mitzi Peirone and her actors, Madeline Brewer, Sarah Hay, and Imogen Waterhouse. Plus I chat with composer Michael Gatt.
Conversations with Sam Barlow creator of a new version of War Games , Star Child with Playful CEO Paul Bettner. Erik Donley and Sam Gezari of Dinner Party
The story of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin’s (Elle Fanning) whirlwind romance with the tempestuous poet Percy Shelley (Douglas Booth), a romance that led to her creation of one of the most enduring works of gothic literature before the age of 20: Frankenstein.
A body-jumping soldier grapples with the morality of her missions in this emotionally charged sci-fi thriller.
1990s. Los Angeles. The Future Is Repeating Itself. Oh My God.
One night, Sam attends a raucous apartment party in Paris. But, pressured to show up against his will and not feeling festive, the dejected Sam heads to a private room and falls asleep. The next morning, everything has changed: The walls are stained with blood, there isn’t a living soul in sight, and the dead have taken over the streets.
In 20th-century Paris, a young girl's life is changed by the arrival of a mysterious man, who she discovers is a wirewalker, in this adaptation of the much-loved, Caldecott Medal-winning book.
After refusing to leave a soldier behind, SCOUT is left to die at the hands of her enemies when a small shuttle arrives to save them. Piloted by an unlikely hero, this not well-planned, at times comical rescue will send these outcasts on an adventure none of them expected.
A physician investigating a missing body disrupts an unlawful experiment
A man who is trapped in a time loop must work with his brother to prevent a catastrophic fire.
Fifteen-year-old Kyle believes he can save his dying older brother with a plant he found in the garden center where he works—the problem is, a shadowy government agency is out to destroy it first.
The Apollo 8 astronauts recount their memories of capturing the first image of Earth from space in 1968 and evokes the awe of seeing Earth framed against the blackness of space.
In the aftermath of a global pandemic, Andy (Martin Freeman) is focused on keeping his wife and their infant daughter alive as they travel across the Australian Outback.
An expectant mother is forced into a humiliating birthing regimen by her automated personal assistant, which thinks it knows what’s best for her and her unborn child.
Being a teenage girl is already difficult enough—so imagine also being an undead ghoul. That’s the horrible reality for Mina, a young woman who has been cursed to haunt her childhood home in the woods...
Innocent role-playing and dress-up quickly devolves into torture, madness, and bloodshed.
Interview with Joseph Cross who stars as Joseph Burns and his director Kasra Farahani about this interesting film of a man losing his sanity.
I look at the movies that as the question, “What If” in genre with interviews with the filmmakers of Here Alone, Equals, Fear Inc and short SF films
Holidays, directed by Kevin Kolsch & Dennis Widmyer, Nicholas McCarthy, Gary Shore, Sarah Adina Smith, Anthony Scott Burns, Kevin Smith, Scott Stewart, and Adam Egypt Mortimer, written by Kevin Kolsch […]