16th Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Nina Romain and Roman Wood on ‘Fright Corner’

by Philip Rogers

Following the showing of Fright Corner at Horror-on-Sea I got a chance to talk with writer and producer Nina Romain and actor Roman Wood about the stories which inspired the horror short, filming in the most haunted village in England, and dealing with three unexpected visitors on set in the graveyard at 3am. You had […]

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15th Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Joy Harrison, Georgia Winters & Michael Boucherie

by Philip Rogers

Following the showing of Where the Skin Lies at Horror-on-Sea I got a chance to talk with producer Joy Harrison, actress Georgia Winters and director Michael Boucherie about the confinements of living together and filming on set in the house, finding the right cast and dealing with builders. Is this the premiere today? Joy – […]

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14th Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Darren Kent and Lee Urquhart

by Philip Rogers

With film makers Darren Kent and Lee Urquhart attending to support the Horror-on-Sea film festival, I took some time to ask them about their upcoming project, filmmaking and the Syfy TV show Blood Drive. You are both here today to support Horror-on Sea and although you haven’t got your own film here today, you have […]

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13th Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Michael Faust on ‘The Ingress Tapes’

by Philip Rogers

Following the showing of the short film The Ingress Tapes and the trailer for Dead Celebrities at Horror-on-Sea, I got a chance to talk with filmmaker Michael Faust about what the concept for his shot was, appearing in his own films and the Horror-on-Sea festival itself. We are at the Horror-on-Sea Festival today for your […]

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12th Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Victoria Smith talks ‘Dead Love’

by Philip Rogers

Following the world premiere of Dead Love at Horror-on-Sea I got a chance to ask lead actress Victoria Smith about what attracted her to the script, her preparation for the role and being a Vegan in real life, how it felt playing a cannibal in the film. What can we expect from the film Dead […]

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09th Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Will & Maria Lee Metheringham on ‘Pumpkins’

by Philip Rogers

Following the world premiere of Pumpkins at Horror-on-Sea I got a chance to talk with co-writer and composer Will Metheringham and director Maria Lee Metheringham about writing together, the origins of the Pumpkin Man and their band Great Northern Hotel. We are here for the world premiere of Pumpkins, is this the first feature which […]

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08th Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Jack Armstrong talks ‘Empire of the Sharks’

by Philip Rogers

Following the showing of Empire of the Sharks at Horror-on-Sea I got a chance to talk with actor Jack Armstrong about how he got involved in the film, what attracted him to the role and what it was like working on the set of the film. We have come out from the screening for Empire […]

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08th Feb2018

Horror-on-Sea 2018: Weekend Two Report

by Philip Rogers

The Horror-on- Sea Festival is Southend’s annual horror event, which showcases the talents of Independent filmmakers, through shorts and features over two weekends. This is the 6th year it has been running and this is my review of the festivals second weekend Day 1: Friday 26th January – Double Feature 19:00pm Feature – Mortuary Massacre […]

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07th Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Thomas Lee Rutter on ‘Bella in the Wych Elm’

by Philip Rogers

Having been selected to play at at Horror-on-Sea I got a chance to talk with writer and director Thomas Lee Rutter about what we can expect, the inspiration for the look and the style of the film and the alternative version. In 1943 a group of boys wandering the woodland of Hagley Hall discovered the […]

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06th Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Raybould & Manning on ‘The Snarling’

by Philip Rogers

Following the showing of The Snarling at Horror-on-Sea I got a chance to talk with writer and director Pablo Raybould and producer Ben Manning about the screening of The Snarling, the impending DVD release and the planned sequel The Last Twitch. You had The Snarling premiere at Horror-on-Sea how do you think it went? Ben […]

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05th Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Keith Eyles and Tim Richards

by Philip Rogers

You have two films which are being shown at Horror-on-Sea. On Friday you had the first film Judge. What was it like having the film on screen and what was the crowd reaction like? Keith – It’s always good a) having the film on the big screen and b) see it with an audience, that […]

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02nd Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Richard Elson talks ‘Baby Monitor’

by Philip Rogers

What can we expect from your short film Baby Monitor? A film that’s short, sharp and scary. The team behind Grime (pictured above) have always made films around the 5 minute mark as we want to concentrate on key jumps or atmospheres, we don’t like to drag things out beyond their welcome. What were your […]

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02nd Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Tony Waghorne talks ‘I See You’

by Philip Rogers

What can we expect from your short film I See You? Something that is definitely overused by writer/directors, but also something different. I feel a lot of horror films can often lack is an actual storyline and a storyline that can fit into the real world and despite the film only being a short, I […]

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01st Feb2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Exclusive Interview: MJ Dixon & Anna Dixon

by Philip Rogers

Following the World Premier of Mask of Thorn at Horror-on-Sea, I had an opportunity to talk with director MJ Dixon and Mycho producer Anna Dixon about reactions to film, why they created two different versions and what is coming next in the Mycho Universe. You had the premier for Mask of Thorn at Horror-on-Sea how […]

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31st Jan2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Jennie Russo on ‘She Kills’

by Philip Rogers

She Kills is a new exploitation from writer and director Ron Bonk, which played at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Sunday 21st January. I got chance to ask actress Jennie Russo a few questions about what we can expect, what attracted her to the role and her favourite scene. What can we expect from the […]

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30th Jan2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Iona McKeown talks ‘Pumpkins’

by Philip Rogers

Pumpkins is new 80′s style horror from writer and director Maria Lee Metheringham, which premiered at Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Sunday 21st January. I got chance to ask actress Iona McKeown a What we can expect from the film, what preparation she done for the role and what makes Pumpkins stand out in the genre. […]

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30th Jan2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Ryan Wichert on ‘The Redeeming’

by Philip Rogers

The Redeeming is new psychological thriller which was selected to play at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Sunday 28th January. I got chance to ask actor Ryan Wichert a few questions about how he first got involved in the film, filming during one of the worst storms to hit the UK in two decades and […]

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29th Jan2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Brett Dejager talks ‘Bonejangles’

by Philip Rogers

Bonejangles is new horror comedy (review here) from director Brett Dejager, which was selected to play at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Saturday 27th January. I got chance to ask Brett a few questions about his influences, taking on the role of creating a new immortal killer in Bonejangles and working with horror legends Elissa […]

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29th Jan2018

Horror-on-Sea 2018: Weekend One Report

by Philip Rogers

The Horror-on- Sea Film Festival is Southend’s annual horror event, which showcases the talents of Independent filmmakers, through shorts and features over two weekends. This is the 6th year it has been running and judging by the turn out for the first weekend this is going to be there biggest event yet. Day 1: Friday […]

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26th Jan2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Gurcius Gewdner on ‘Pazucus: Island of Vomit and Despair’

by Philip Rogers

Pazucus: Island of Vomit and Despair is new surreal film from writer and director Gurcius Gewdner, which has been selected to play at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Saturday 27th January. I got chance to ask Gurcius a few questions about what we can expect, his inspirations and designer vomit bags. What can we expect […]

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25th Jan2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Kaley Ball on ‘Blessed are the Children’

by Philip Rogers

Blessed are the Children is a new thriller from co-writer and director Chris Moore, which was selected to play at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Friday 19th January. I got chance to ask actress Kaley Ball a few questions about What we can expect from the film, what preparation she did for the role and […]

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25th Jan2018

Horror-On-Sea 2018 Interview: Keni Bounds talks ‘Blessed are the Children’

by Philip Rogers

Blessed are the Children is new thriller from co-writer and director Chris Moore, which was been selected to play at the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival on Friday 19th January. I got chance to ask actress Keni Bounds a few questions about what audiences can expect from the film, the preparation she did for the role and […]

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