Feb
16

George Romero, Need I Say More? An Interview.

Oct 15th, 2010. Besides being an icon, George Romero is one hell of a nice guy. I’ll never forget being a young teen and hearing “They’re coming to get you Barbara” for the first time. It’s not that it scared me as much as made me excited. The hauntingly slow way in which the zombies brought death to their victims captivated me. George Romero’s Dead films are certainly one of the greatest catalysts in my ever growing fascination with all things creepy, so to him, I am forever grateful. The following is an interview I conducted in George’s hotel room prior to his appearance at the 2010 Rock And Shock Fest in Worcester, MA.

The George Romero Interview
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Oct
25

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

“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!

The Bill Moseley Interview
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Oct
09

Horror Q&A With Randy Larsen Of Cable

If I were to make a horror movie, based on someone from a band as the vengeful killer, it would definitely be Randy Larsen. If you know him, you know he’s a hell of a nice guy. He’s sincere and very dedicated to his passion of music, but if you’ve ever seen him perform with Cable, you know he’s a force to be reckoned with. Put him in a ring with Jason Vorhees and I honestly don’t know who’s going down first (unless it’s Jason from the new Friday remake, in which case the answer is obvious). The following is a perfect example of how to have fun with an interview!

The Randy Larsen Interview 
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Oct
03

Horror Q&A With Author Peter Farris Of The Band Cable

A graduate of Yale University, Peter Farris has shared vocal duties in CABLE since 2003. His story The Couch appeared in More Stories From The Twilight Zone, an anthology celebrating the 50th anniversary of the landmark television series. His debut novel will be published next winter. To find Pete raving and drooling, check out his blog The Sentence Salvo http://peterfarris.blogspot.com/ and on Twitter @ twitter.com/pjfarris You can also check out Cable at: http://www.myspace.com/cablerock

Peter Farris Horror Q&A
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