Geeking out with The Devil’s Whisper Director Adam Ripp
Writer, Director Adam Ripp is an affable guy.  The New York born, Los Angeles raised filmmaker is living a fan boy’s dream. Growing up in Hollywood he was steeped in movies and movie making, taking walks up the street to movie palaces like the Grauman’s Chinese Theater and the... Read more
Going Deep Into The Basement With Brian Conley and Nathan Ives
Rolling up to a corner house in North Hollywood we happen upon a scene that barely gets a second glance in this neck of the woods. A severed head lay carefully wrapped in burlap at the base of a tree. A team of people surround said body part carefully... Read more
Cracking Pennywise with Bill Skarsgård and Director Andy Muschietti on IT
Adapting one of Stephen King’s most beloved novels to the screen was no easy task.The story of a group of seven disparate youngsters fighting an unknown, formidable evil has resonated with every generation since it was published in 1986. Of course there was also the two-part mini-series in 1990... Read more
Kevin Interdonato Tells Us What It Is Like To Be BAD FRANK
Kevin Interdonato is a bad ass. I should know; I’ve known him for over ten years.  That is besides the point, though. Personal relationship aside, the fact remains that Kevin is a great guy AND one hell of an actor. A Jersey boy born and bred, he started his... Read more
Mickey Keating Scares Us
Director Mickey Keating (Pod, Darling, Carnage Park, and the forthcoming Psychopaths) has created some of the most varied and intense horror/suspense movies in recent memory, and he was kind enough to take some time out of his busy schedule to chat with HorrorBuzz. Check out my interview with the young gentleman... Read more
We Speak With Director Julius Ramsay on His Feature Film Midnighters
Last night, filmmaker Julius Ramsay  premiered his first full length feature film, Midnighters, at the Los Angeles Film Festival. The pic is set on a fateful New Year’s Eve. Lindsey and Jeff Pittman face a strained marriage when a random accident spins their lives into an out-of-control nightmare. The harder... Read more
The Music of Camera Obscura: Interview with Composer Steve Moore
I recently got a chance to speak with Steve Moore, composer for the indie horror film Camera Obscura. Moore has previously scored a number of films from director Adam Wingard, including V/H/S/2 and The Guest. Outside of his film work, Moore tours with his band Zombi and has collaborated... Read more
Interview With The Vampire: Tommy Stovall, Director/writer Of Aaron’s Blood
The new horror film Aaron’s Blood will be released in theaters on June 2nd 2017, and on-demand/digital HD on June 6th 2017. Film critic Remy Cashman was able to interview Stovall for a bit to find out more about his inspiration for the film and his experiences throughout production. But... Read more
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