Into THE VOID With Writer Directors Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski
The Void, both written and directed by Jeremy Gillespie, Steven Kostanski is one of our favorite horror films of 2017. No question. This pressure cooker of a movie, originally reviewed by Uncle Mike here, tells the story of a rag tag group of strangers trapped in a hospital as a cosmic... Read more
Talking About The Unrated cut of The Bye Bye Man and Iconic Horror
Last week The Bye Bye Man came out on Blu-Ray and DVD in a special unrated version that was not shown in theaters. As originally shot, Director Stacy Title’s horror thriller was far grittier, a lot gorier and, to hear her describe it, a better film. To meet the... Read more
Annabelle Creation Director David F. Sandberg Chats with HorrorBuzz
This weekend at Wondercon, Warner Bros. Pictures held a special panel discussion highlighting their two major summer releases with Wonder Woman, and their horror offering, Annabelle Creation. Director David F. Sandberg (Lights Out), working from a script by Gary Dauberman (Annabelle, Within) goes back to the very beginning to tell an origin story of this... Read more
THE INSTITUTE Director Pamela Romanowsky  Chats, Horror, Movies, Filmmaking.
Produced and co-directed by James Franco, The Institute is helmed by Pamela Romanowsky and tells the story of Ann Williams, a 19th century Baltimore girl stricken with grief from her parents’ untimely death. She voluntarily checks herself into the Rosewood Institute in order to recover from her grief and... Read more
Director Ed Gass-Donnelly Chats Lavender and the Art of Filmmaking
Writer Director Ed Gass-Donnelly is busy for a guy. Having started in theatre he grew celluloid wings with numerous short films and music videos. Then he later had his feature debut, This Beautiful City, which enjoyed a premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2007. Nominee of four Canadian... Read more
Scream Queen Amanda Wyss Chats with HorrorBuzz
Everybody remembers the final girls in horror movies. You know the ones that get away in the end and defeat the killer, or at least escape. Yeah Horror is filled with them. But there are few in the pantheon of horror that have made as much an impact from... Read more
Finding A Cure for Wellness, Verbinski, Goth, and DeHaan on the Making of the New Film.
When Lockhart makes his way to the facility at the beginning of A Cure for Wellness, he enters a surreal world. It’s a placid hilltop resort that harkens back to the days of the creepy sanitoriums in which treatments resembled methods of torture. The new film from director Gore... Read more
Meet the Cast and Producers of The KAOS Brief
On the eve of their world premiere at the Boston SCI-FI Film Festival Saturday night, February 18, 2017, HorrorBuzz was invited to meet Writer/Director of The Kaos Brief, JP Mandarino, Producer Randall Walk and the four leads of this new thriller to talk to them about how that chemistry was achieved, where the idea for the film... Read more
A Discussion With Matt Ogens, Director of the Film Go North
This week Matt Ogens released his new film Go North in ten cites nationwide, on VOD, iTunes, and GooglePlay. The new film from the veteran documentarian tells the fictional tale of a young man, Josh, who is living in the oppressive safety of a compound run by teenagers after... Read more
A Conversation With Actor Douglas Smith From The Bye Bye Man
In the upcoming horror film, The Bye Bye Man, Douglas Smith plays college student Elliot. He’s a guy with a bright future who moves into a large house just off campus with his girl and best friend. Everything is going smoothly until Elliot uncovers a legend that summons a malevolent spectre who’s sole... Read more