07th Dec2017

Horror-on-Sea 2018 Interview: ‘Dead Love’ director Chris Gallagher

by Philip Rogers

Dead Love is new unorthodox love story from writer and director Chris Gallagher, which has been selected to play at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Friday 19th January. I got chance to ask Chris a few questions about making the film, working with Lloyd Kaufman and the seminal casting of Emily Booth whilst writing the […]

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06th Dec2017

Horror-on-Sea 2018 Interview: MJ Dixon on ‘Mask of Thorn’

by Philip Rogers

Mask of Thorn is a throwback to the classic 80 slashers from writer and director MJ Dixon, which has been selected to play at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Friday 19th January. I got chance to ask MJ a few questions about the continuing legacy of Thorn, his influences in horror and what else is […]

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05th Dec2017

Horror-on-Sea 2018 Interview: Chris Moore talks ‘Blessed are the Children’

by Philip Rogers

Blessed are the Children is new thriller from co-writer and director Chris Moore, which has been selected to play at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Friday 19th January. I got chance to ask Chris a few questions about his inspirations for making the film, his influences and what makes Blessed are the Children stand out […]

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04th Dec2017

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: ‘Pitchfork’ director Glenn Douglas Packard

by Philip Rogers

Pitchfork is new slasher style horror from co-writer and director Glenn Douglas Packard, which has been selected to play at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Friday 19th January. I got chance to ask Glenn about creating the character, what makes Pitchfork stand out in the genre and his favorite scenes in the movie. What can […]

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01st Dec2017

Interview: Tony Jopia discusses ‘Dawning of the Dead’

by Philip Rogers

Dawning of the Dead is the latest horror film for writer and director Tony Jopia who’s previous films include Cute Little Buggers (2017), Crying Wolf (2015) and Deadtime (2012). I got a chance to talk with Tony about why he decided to make a zombie film, never giving up and bringing the gore to the […]

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29th Nov2017

Interview: Horror Channel’s Stewart Bridle talks “5 Great British Horror Films”

by Stuart Wright

In his latest interview/podcast, host Stuart Wright talks with Stewart Bridle, Channel Manager at the Horror Channel about five of his favourite Great British Horror Films and preview what’s in store for January and February 2018. 28 Days Later (2002) The Descent (2005) Eden Lake (2008) The Dead (2010) Under The Skin (2013) You can […]

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28th Nov2017

Interview: Director Peter Stray talks ‘Canaries’

by Philip Rogers

How did you first get into filmmaking? Growing up in Swansea, there was a strong arts lineage thanks to local youth theatres and the legacy of Dylan Thomas. I was always into acting and was a child of the movies. I learnt a lot from BBC2 documentaries interviewing directors, from Ken Loach to Brian DePalma. […]

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27th Nov2017

365Flicks Podcast – Episode 96: Indie Talk w/Tracey Birdsall

by Phil Wheat

Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres. 365Flicks Podcast – Episode 96: Indie Talk w/Tracey Birdsall (The Time […]

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24th Nov2017

Interview: Sean Hogan discusses his new ‘Death Line’ book

by Stuart Wright

In his latest interview/podcast, host Stuart Wright speaks with filmmaker and author Sean Hogan about a book he’s written about one of the best British horror films ever made – Death Line (1972). Or does it have more in common with the American New Wave of horror that exploded in the 70s with the likes […]

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20th Nov2017

Interview: Mercedes Grower talks dark comedy ‘Brakes’

by Stuart Wright

In his latest interview/podcast, host Stuart Wright talks with writer/director Mercedes Grower about her dark comedy feature Brakes, which stars Noel Fielding, Julian Barratt, Julia Davis, Kerry Fox, Roland Gift, Paul McGann and Steve Oram. Brakes is a raw, dark and unconventional comedy from new writer/director Mercedes Grower. Split into two halves it follows the […]

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17th Nov2017

365Flicks Podcast – Episode 95: Indie Talk w/Nathan Von Minden

by Phil Wheat

Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres. 365Flicks Podcast – Episode 95: Indie Talk w/Angry Men director Nathan […]

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15th Nov2017

Interview: Director Toby Tobias talks ‘Blood Orange’

by Stuart Wright

In his latest interview/podcast, host Stuart Wright talks with Toby Tobias about his directorial feature debut Blood Orange that stars rock legend Iggy Pop, alongside Kacey Barnfield and Ben Lamb. In a stunning modern Spanish Villa lives Bill (Iggy Pop) an aging, half-blind rock star with his young, very beautiful and sexually promiscuous wife Isabelle […]

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10th Nov2017

Interview: Gal Gadot and Ezra Miller talk ‘Justice League’

by Phil Wheat

Directed by Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon, Justice League is the next film in the DCEU and stars Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman (he’s not dead?), Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman; along with Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as The Flash and Ray Fisher as Cyborg. Fueled by his restored faith […]

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06th Nov2017

365Flicks Podcast – Episode 93: Indie Talk w/Dave Hastings

by Phil Wheat

Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres. 365Flicks Podcast – Episode 93 Indie Talk: Sustain, House of Screaming […]

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31st Oct2017

Interview: Halloween Special – Giles Edwards discusses 5 “Great British Horror Films”

by Phil Wheat

In the latest in his “Great British Horror Films” interview series, host Stuart Wright talks with Giles Edwards, Head Of Development & Acquisitions, Europe (MPI Media Group) about five of his favourite Great British Horror Films – just in time for Halloween! – which include: The Appointment (1981) Hellraiser (1987) Dust Devil (1992) Mute Witness (1995) […]

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30th Oct2017

Interview: John Adams discusses Brit Horror ‘Aux’

by Stuart Wright

Aux is the latest film from Evolutionary Films and stars John Rhys-Davies (Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones, The Shannara Chronicles), Rosie Fellner (Liar, Heist, Age of Heroes), Tristam Summers (Eastenders, Hollyoaks, Tin Holiday), Paul Reynolds (Terminal, Level Up, Eddie The Eagle), Tanya Franks (Chewing Gum, Broadchurch, Liz & Dick), Jack Derges (Eastenders, Humans) and […]

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28th Oct2017

Horror Channel Frightfest Interview: Damien Leone talks ‘Terrifier’

by Phil Wheat

Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film Terrifier at the Horror Channel Frightfest Halloween event on Sat 23 Oct, director Damien Leone talks about the ’Art’ of extreme clowning, his debt to Tom Savini and a terrifying Halloween experience… Art The Clown initially appeared in your 2008 short THE 9th CIRCLE, then the […]

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28th Oct2017

Horror Channel Frightfest Interview: Can Evrenol talks ‘Housewife’

by Phil Wheat

Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film Housewife at the Horror Channel Frightfest Halloween event today, director Can Evrenol tells us why film is a ‘pervert’s art’, shares his feelings for Fulci and reveals his contribution to Horror Anthology The Field Guide To Evil… Was it important to make your follow-up film to […]

28th Oct2017

Horror Channel Frightfest Interview: Marko Makilaakso talks ‘It Came From the Desert’

by Phil Wheat

Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film It Came From the Desert at the Horror Channel Frightfest Halloween event, director Marko Mäkilaakso shares his admiration for Roger Corman, love of B-Movies, spoofing and overcoming homeland obstacles. It Came From the Desert is inspired by Cinemaware’s cult 1980s video game, which in turn was […]

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28th Oct2017

Horror Channel Frightfest Interview: Mathieu Turi talks ‘Hostile’

by Phil Wheat

Ahead of the UK premiere of his debut feature Hostile at the Horror Channel Frightfest Halloween event, director Mathieu Turi shares his admiration for Tarantino, describes the challenges of filming in three continents and reveals his ‘magic hour’. You were born in Cannes so you grew up with film all around? When did you know […]

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25th Oct2017

Interview: Tracey Birdsall talks sci-fi thriller ‘The Time War’

by Philip Rogers

With The Time War currently shooting currently shooting in the UK and US, I was able to ask actress Tracey Birdsall a few questions regarding her role and what we can expect form the film During World War 2, the Nazis were alleged to be experimenting with Time Travel Technology.  What if they were successful? […]

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20th Oct2017

Interview: Jennifer Tilly & Don Mancini talk ‘Cult of Chucky’

by Phil Wheat

Written and directed by Don Mancini, Cult of Chucky brings back original Child’s Play cast member Alex Vincent (Child’s Play, Wait Until Spring, Bandini) as Andy Barclay along with Jennifer Tilly (Curse of Chucky, Monsters, Inc.) as Chucky’s bloodthirsty bride, Tiffany and Fiona Dourif (Messenger, True Blood) as Nica with Brad Dourif (The Lord of […]

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