Packed with homages but still wearing its own personality proudly on its blood-soaked sleeve, SYFY's Blood Drive series takes viewers on a cross-country trek across a wicked wasteland, and like any good road trip, the show features some killer tunes courtesy of composer Michael Gatt, who is the subject of our latest Q&A feature.
Out on Blu-ray and DVD beginning August 15th is Union Furnace, a new horror thriller from Metropol Pictures that follows a group of strangers playing a deadly game that could lead to either a massive payday or a grisly death. For our latest Q&A feature, we caught up with co-star and co-writer Mike Dwyer as well as co-writer/director Nicholas Bushman to discuss working with Keith David (Platoon, The Thing, They Live), potential sequels, and much more for their new movie.
If you've ever wanted to experience the thrill of swimming with the sharks without the risk of dismemberment, then you might want to take the plunge with Open Water 3: Cage Dive, which is in theaters and available On-Demand and on Digital HD beginning August 11th from Lionsgate. For our latest Q&A feature, we recently caught up with director Gerald Rascionato and star Joel Hogan to discuss the making of their new water-centric movie.
Shot in seven days in the wilderness, Altar follows several longtime friends who end up fighting for their lives after coming across something unimaginably horrifying in the mountains. For our latest Q&A feature, we caught up with Altar writer/director Matt Sconce to discuss the improvisational atmosphere of his latest movie, the cast and crew's eerie encounters with wildlife during filming, and plans for a sequel.
Out today on cable VOD platforms and Digital HD from Midnight Releasing is the new horror comedy WTF!, which follows a group of young friends spending spring break at a secluded cabin in the woods. Although the setup may sound familiar, WTF! has several twists up its blood-spattered sleeve, and for our latest Q&A feature, we caught up with co-writer/director Peter Herro to discuss the making of the new horror comedy.
With the seventh episode of Spike's The Mist TV series premiering this Thursday, August 3rd, we recently had the chance to catch up with one of the series' co-stars, Luke Cosgrove, for our latest Q&A feature to discuss playing Jay Heisel on the show, getting Stephen King's blessing for the series, and much more.
The humans may have lost a pivotal battle at the end of season 3, but for the remaining resistors on The Strain, the war rages on in the series’ fourth and final season, which premiered on July 16th on FX. To look ahead at the show’s swan song, we recently joined other reporters on an interview call with showrunner Carlton Cuse to talk about wrapping up the apocalyptic storylines, co-creator Guillermo del Toro’s involvement in the fourth season, and much more.
Her dreams are disturbed by a boogeyman with blades, but Taryn White’s waking hours are equally haunted by the ever-present urgings of drug addiction in A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the second sequel in the Elm Street franchise, and while the film’s eye-popping special effects are still a marvel to behold (I’ll never look at a pig head the same way), it’s the troubled teenagers at Westin Hills Psychiatric Hospital who still steal the show, especially Taryn, whose heartbreaking story arc is filled with sinister forces on both sides of her eyelids.
For years, he's brought the dead to life in books like Patient Zero and Rot & Ruin, so it's rather fitting that prolific author Jonathan Maberry has now teamed up with the legendary George A. Romero to co-edit an anthology set within the early stages of the zombie uprising in Night of the Living Dead. Titled Nights of the Living Dead, the new anthology is now available from St. Martin's Press (check out our giveaway here), and to celebrate, we caught up with Maberry for our latest Q&A feature to discuss his work on the living dead dream project, and we also have a claustrophobic excerpt from his short story "Lone Gunman."
For a group of con men and a descendant of Van Helsing, robbing Dracula's castle could be the score they need to be set for life, but things get complicated when vampires stand in their way of a big payday in Stephan Franck's graphic novel series Silver. With Dark Planet Comics launching a Kickstarter campaign for Silver Volume 3, we had the chance to catch up with Franck for our latest Q&A feature to discuss the influences of Bram Stoker's Dracula on his work, what readers can expect to see in Volume 3, and much more.
Whether you're afraid of the water or not, finding yourself trapped beneath a pool cover might fall into your "worst nightmare" category, and that's exactly what two sisters face in 12 Feet Deep, the new thriller from Matt Eskandari. With the swimming pool-set film out now from MarVista Entertainment, we caught up with director and co-writer Matt Eskandari for our latest Q&A feature to discuss working with Tobin Bell (Jigsaw from the Saw movies), the challenges of filming underwater, and much more.
What events led up to the most brutal battles yet between humans and their simian counterparts? David F. Walker (co-writer of Tarzan on the Planet of the Apes) will answer that question in BOOM! Studios' comic book series prequel to War of the Planet of the Apes, coming out this July just before the new film hits theaters from 20th Century Fox. For our latest Q&A feature, we had the chance to discuss the new four-issue series with Walker, as well as his Day of the Dead and Escape from New York dream projects.
Burning rubber on the small screen tonight is the first episode of Blood Drive, a new Syfy series that's both a lurid love letter to Roger Corman's Death Race movies and the gory, glorious drive-in days of old, while also making a mark with its own crimson-stained swagger. Taking place in a world circa 1999 where water is coveted above currency and violence is commonplace, Blood Drive is populated with intriguing characters looking to make it across the finish line in a cross-country race with a big prize and an even bigger penalty for losing. There is nothing else on television quite like Blood Drive, and with the series premiering tonight on Syfy at 10:00pm ET, I had the pleasure of speaking with lead actor Alan Ritchson about playing Arthur Bailey, a moral compass in a world gone mad.
Born on Halloween night (in the US, although it was already November 1st in Istria), actor Massimo Dobrovic has shared a link with the horror genre since his birth, and he's strengthened that connection over the years with memorable roles in a wide range of films and TV series. After stepping into the world of vampires in Nocturna, Massimo turns his attention to zombies with key roles in two upcoming TV series, Age of the Living Dead and Feel the Dead. For our latest Q&A feature, we caught up with Massimo to discuss both series, as well as working with Brendan Fraser on Behind the Curtain of Night, his new cookbook, and much more.
You don't want to get in Madison Clark's way when it comes to her family. In the midst of the living dead apocalypse, Madison (played by Kim Dickens) has proved to be a cunning, calculating, and ever-resourceful survivor who can keep both herself and her family safe. Season 3 of Fear The Walking Dead will prove to be the most dangerous one yet for the Clarks, and with the third season recently kicking off with back-to-back episodes on AMC, I had the great pleasure of speaking with Kim Dickens about what's next for one of the most enigmatic characters in The Walking Dead universe.