Dimension Films Can Go F*ck Themselves – An Interview With Doug Bradley

October 30, 2010

Liverpool, England native Doug Bradley is most notably known for his work as Pinhead in the Hellraiser film series. What you may not know about Mr Bradley is that he’s punk as fuck. In the following interview he tells Dimension Films to go fuck themselves, sncourages fans to illegaly download horror movie remakes, and explains why Rob Zombie’s Halloween was “horrible”. Happy Halloween friends…(The following interview was conducted on 10/17/10 in Worcester, MA) 

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21 Year Old “Scream Queen” Scout Taylor Compton Talks With The Indie Spiritualist

October 27, 2010

For being only 21, Scout Taylor Compton has a rather impressive resume. She’s most notably played Laurie Strode in Rob Zombie’s Halloween I & II. She also portrayed Lita Ford in 2009’s The Runaways, which starred Kristen Stewart & Dakota Fanning and has had roles in various sitcoms including Ally McBeal, ER, Frasier and Gilmore Girls. Scout is as unpretentious as they come, which is always welcome when doing interviews. The following was conducted on Oct 16th, 2010, while Scout was on break during her appearance at the 2010 Rock And Shock Fest in Worcester, Ma.

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Bill Moseley Of The Devil’s Rejects- A Very Viral, And Visceral, And Scary, And Wonderful, And Terrible Interview.

October 25, 2010

“Lick my plate, you dogdick”…If this quote means anything to you, then you probably know who Bill Moseley is. If not, maybe you’d recognize his face from roles such as Chop Top in Texas Chainsaw Massacre II,  Otis B. Drfitwood in House Of 1000 Corpses & The Devil’s Rejects, or Luigi Largo in Repo! The Genetic Opera. Still nothing? Ok, you know the band Primus, right? Well, the “Dog Will Hunt” quote from Jerry Was A Racecar Driver is Bill Moseley! If you still have no clue, read on and learn about an actor/musician who is brilliant in his craft. While he plays some of the most maniacal characters on screen, off screen he is extremely nice, very intelligent (can you say Yale graduate?), and sincere in appreciation of his fans! In this interview, Bill Moseley speaks about spending time with Timothy Leary, rocking out with Buckethead, what made him uncomfortable playing Otis B Driftwood, and more. Enjoy!

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10 Things With Comedian Demetri Martin – Q&A Via The World Wide Web

October 20, 2010

Demetri Martin has been one busy man since his first appearance on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend in 2001. He has writtne for Late Night with Conan O’Brien and had his own Comedy Central Presents special. He was a correspondent on The Daily Show with John Stewart, has released a CD/DVD titled These Are Jokes and appeared onthe  HBO series Flight Of The Conchords. Most recently he starred in Ang Lee’s film Taking Woodstock and currently has his own show on Comedy Central called Important Things With Demetri Martin. Demetri was kind enough to take some time away from a movie he’s currently filming and do a little Q&A with The Indie Spiritualist.

 

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Danielle Harris Aint Afraid Of No Ghosts- An Interview.

October 2, 2010

For playing such a tough, resourceful character, as both as Jamie Lloyd in Halloween 4 & 5, and Annie Brackett in Rob  Zombie’s Halloween I & II, Danielle Harris is a sweetheart. She’s funny, captivating and completely down to earth, which made this a really enjoyable interview to conduct. The setting was perfect; heavy rains and wind, with power flickering on and off. I’m not sure if that’s what Danielle was experiencing as she called from New York, but for me, nothing could have been better. Danielle was gracious enought to talk to me about her role in the original Halloween series, as well as Rob Zombie’s remakes, her new film Hatchet II, and the zen of  moving furniture, and then moving it again.

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