Articles Posted in the Interviews Category

  • Interview with filmmaker Royce Gorsuch

    Royce Gorsuch started making movies – albeit on a VHS camcorder – at the age of 13. A decade later and he was shooting his first real movie, a documentary for the Wounded Warriors Foundation, which went on to win numerous awards. Later, Gorsuch would work for Intel, Reebok, Virgin America and other major companies, […]

  • “King Cohen”: Interview with Director Steve Mitchell

    Steve Mitchell kicked off his filmmaking career as the co-writer of the Jim Wynorski horror classic Chopping Mall (1986). He would later work on TV series’ G.I Joe, The Transformers and Pacific Blue. The idea for a documentary on legendary moviemaking maverick Larry Cohen came to Mitchell when was working for Image Entertainment – where he worked on DVD extras […]

  • “Darkness Reigns”: Interview with writer and director Andrew P. Jones

    Andrew P. Jones is the writer/director of ‘’Darkness Reigns,” a fun new horror film about a movie crew – along with actor Casper Van Dien, playing himself – who are stalked by an evil spirit in the haunted house they’re shooting at. Jones, who hails from a family of writers, started his career in a various of behind-the-scenes roles […]

  • Interview with co-directors of “The Nursery” Christopher A. Micklos and Jay Sapiro

    Christopher A. Micklos and Jay Sapiro are two directors who recently teamed up to create “The Nursery” which is a spooky horror piece about a babysitter that finds herself haunted by ghosts from her past. The film is due for release in June from Uncork’d Entertainment. Recently, both men discussed the work and their hopes […]

  • Troll Inc.: Interview with filmmaker George Russell

    Filmmaker George Russell is into documentary films. Relatively inexpensive to make and easy to handle if you’ve got a knack for research, documentary films can also help teach people about a specific topic. George’s latest movie “Troll Inc.” chronicles the story of the famous internet troll Andrew Auernheimer who, via his online pseudonym ‘weev’, wreaked […]

  • “Dead List”: Interview with Holden Andrews and Victor Mathieu

    Holden Andrews and Victor Mathieu make up two of the three directors (Ivan Asen being the third) on High Octane Pictures’ new horror release Dead List. Andrews started making movies at USC, which led to a job with Digital Domain, which he cut his teeth as a commercial director. He teamed with Mathieu – who […]

  • Interview with filmmaker Alexander D’Lerma

    Alexander D’Lerma is winning raves for his new movie, titled “Fear, Love, and Agoraphobia” which was released in April of 2018. The award-winning movie tells the story of an agoraphobic man and a female marine struggling to overcome paralyzing circumstances. Alexander recently discussed the film and more via an exclusive interview. Meagan Meehan (MM) of […]

  • “The Basement”: Producer Mark Heidelberger Discusses his Latest Movie

    Mark Heidelberger saw “Ghostbusters” four times in the theater. All these years later, he’s making films as unique and original as Ivan Reitman’s 1984 classic. A well-regarded producer who has worked with the likes of Christian Bale, Ed Asner and Malcolm McDowell, Heidelberger recently filled us in on how he got into producing, clues us […]

  • Vampire, ballerinas, and more: Interview with actress Kristina Anapau

    Though best remembered for her role as the vampire Maurella on TV’s “True Blood” and as ballerina Galina in the film “Black Swan,” Hawaiian-born actress Kristina Anapau has played oodles of different and very versatile roles since making her film debut as a teenager in 1997’s “Escape from Atlantis.” Kristina’s most recent role is in […]

  • Screenwriting, acting, and more: Interview with actor Michael Joseph

    Actor Michael Joseph was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and his ancestry is Dutch and Polish. Michael attended The University of Oklahoma where he received a bachelor’s degree. While in college he booked his first television commercial and had the acting bug from that point on. After college Michael relocated to Florida where he began […]