Even Santa’s Not Safe. An Interview With Kane Hodder.

December 23, 2010

Kane Hodder is most notably know for his role as Jason Vorhees from the Friday the 13th film series. He also plays Victor Crowley in the more recent Hatchet film series and is a well respected stuntman.  Now that we’ve gotten the pleasantries out of the way, Kane Hodder is one bad ass man. His kill record on screen is untouched. He enjoys giving input on kill scenes while they’re being filmed, coming from a fans persepctive, but if you ask him to hurt a kid, or even kick a dog on screen, you’re the one who liable to be his next victim. Ki Ki Ki Ma Ma Ma.

The following interview was conducted on 12/22/10.

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Michael Berryman Could Be Scared With You- An Interview.

December 9, 2010

Michael Berryman may not be a household name, but once you put a face to the name chances are you’ll be familiar with some of his vast repertoire of work. Michael has appeared in over 30 films including One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Hills Have Eyes, Weird Science (a personal 80’s favorite of mine) & The Devil’s Rejects

Michael usually plays characters who are one twist short of a slinky, but off-screen, he is very serene, and a sincerely nice guy. He was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to discuss organic farming, a few of his upcoming projects, and why we should think twice about the way we treat ourselves, each other, and the planet as a whole.

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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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