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Posted on: May 8th, 2015

The low-budget horror boom of the 1970s led to one of the most important, pivotal and game-changing eras for the genre. It launched lasting Hollywood careers, and saw the release of films which ensured their directors would never work in the industry again. Many of modern horror’s lauded greats began their careers making films that …Read More

Posted on: May 4th, 2015

First time writer-director Christopher Butler takes some time out to talk to SCREAM about his film The Scopia Effect which follows a woman who remembers her past lives during a hypnosis session. The past starts to infect the present in a terrifying way, leaving her struggling to differentiate between reality and imagination. In this interview …Read More

Posted on: April 10th, 2015

Speaking to Faults writer/director Riley Stearns he described his wife, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, as a chameleon who “can change from role to role so much to a point where some people don’t know that she was the girl from Scott Pilgrim and the girl from Smashed.” Whilst she is particularly well known for her horror …Read More

Posted on: April 9th, 2015

Texan writer/director Riley Stearns broke into the business writing for the television shows My Own Worst Enemy and Cartoon Network’s Tower Prep. It wasn’t long before he turned his hand to short films, directing his wife, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, in Magnificat and Casque. It was his third short, The Cub, that really thrust him into …Read More

Posted on: April 9th, 2015

Whilst trading in the director’s chair on the hit musical TV show Glee to helm episodes of American Horror Story might seem like one hell of an about-face, Texas-born Alfonso Gomez-Rejón assured me that it felt like a natural step for him as “the thing about horror films and musicals is that they both allow …Read More

Posted on: April 6th, 2015

Eduardo Sánchez is a Cuban-born American director known by genre enthusiasts as one of the Grandfather’s of Found Footage. A co-director of the terrifying 1999 thriller The Blair Witch Project alongside Daniel Myrick, Sánchez’s career has gone on to see him direct such films as Altered and Lovely Molly. Recently he directed a segment for …Read More

Posted on: March 31st, 2015

There’s no denying that Jeremy Sisto has challenged himself with all manner of roles ever since he started acting in 1991. We’ve seen him as an affluent brat in Clueless and a bipolar artist on Six Feet Under. He even played Jesus in a 1999 TV mini-series but most SCREAM readers will probably best remember …Read More

Posted on: March 25th, 2015

Hailing from New Jersey, Ali Larter began her professional career at the tender young age of 13 as a model before heading off to LA in 1997 to pursue a career in acting. Just two years later she scored her first feature film role in the romantic comedy Varsity Blues before becoming a genre icon …Read More

Posted on: March 24th, 2015

Further to writing and directing the Warner Bros. supernatural feature The Apparition, Todd Lincoln’s latest offering is literally buried treasure, included as a surprise transmission after the end credits of V/H/S: Viral. Lincoln’s experimental, high-fashion horror short, Gorgeous Vortex, stars Victoria’s Secret model Jayden Robison as a woman plagued by her past and on the …Read More

Posted on: March 23rd, 2015

From the producer of The Conjuring and Annabelle, Peter Safran, comes the faux documentary horror film The Atticus Institute, available from today on DVD and Blu-ray. Written and directed by Chris Sparling (Buried and ATM scribe) in his directorial debut, The Atticus Institute is set in 1976 in a psychology lab specialising in unexplained phenomenon. …Read More

Posted on: March 22nd, 2015

Filmmakers Scott Beck and Bryan Woods have been friends since childhood and shared a interest in cinema for many years. The duo have continued to collaborate through their time in education and they have founded their own production company banner Bluebox Films. Beck and Woods most recently wrote and directed NIGHTLIGHT, a supernatural thriller focusing …Read More

Posted on: March 19th, 2015

This week sees director Paul Solet’s unique and complex supernatural yarn, Dark Summer reach UK shores. The film follows teenager, Daniel Austin (Keir Gilchrist) put under house-arrest after stalking one of his classmates, Mona Wilson. With his mother away for the summer months on a long business trip, Daniel is cut off from the rest …Read More

Posted on: March 16th, 2015

IFC Midnight is all set to release survival horror Backcountry which traces the steps of a young couple who make the drastic mistake of not sticking to the trodden path. Directed and penned by Adam MacDonald (Home Sweet Home, ‘Rookie Blue’) and based on factual events, Backcountry follows Alex (Jeff Roop), an experienced outdoorsman, and …Read More

Posted on: March 16th, 2015

Last week we spoke with helmer/scribe Jason Krawczyk all about his SXSW Midnighters strand film He Never Died. Henry Rollins (Feast, Wrong Turn 2: Dead End) stars as Jack, a recluse who just wants to be left alone so he can stay in bed and watch television. The reason for his intense state of lugubrious …Read More

Posted on: March 13th, 2015

One of the films firmly set in our sights at this year’s SXSW Film Festival is He Never Died, written and directed by Jason Krawczyk. Henry Rollins stars as Jack, a recluse suffering from a severe case of depression as the gift of eternal life isn’t all it’s hyped to be and he’s more interested …Read More

Posted on: March 12th, 2015

Writer/Director Mickey Keating (Ritual) attributes much of his love for genre movies to having watched faces come melting off in Raiders of The Lost Ark at the delicate young age of six. Ever since then he’s been fascinated by the world of cinema and this prolific young talent is clearly awash with inspiration with two …Read More

Posted on: February 13th, 2015

SCREAM sits down with the man behind the mask… By Andy Marren In today’s world, the word legend is criminally overused. Had a number one record? Legend. Made an arthouse movie or two that were well received? Well done, you’re a legend. Been photographed stumbling out of a bar in the early hours of the …Read More

Posted on: February 12th, 2015

Whilst most notorious for his role as Leland Palmer in Twin Peaks, seasoned actor Ray Wise has amassed one almighty résumé in the horror industry. Having featured in such a wide spectrum of genre movies from Robocop, Big Ass Spider to Jeepers Creepers II and even having played the Devil himself in the sadly short-lived …Read More

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