Red Carpet Interview: Darkest Hour screenwriter Anthony McCarten

Gary Oldman is on track to win the best actor Oscar for his metamorphosis into Winston Churchill in Joe Wright’s World War II drama “Darkest Hour.” But part of the glory should go to New Zealand screenwriter Anthony McCarten (“The Theory of Everyting”), who has managed to weave  together seamlessly … [Read More]

Chadwick Boseman Weighs In On “Marshall” and Donald Trump

During the 53rd annual Chicago International Film Festival, the cast of Marshall attended the Chicago premiere of the film.  I was fortunate enough to interview the cast on their thoughts on both the film and its importance during the current political climate. Seeing as though Chadwick Boseman put a lot … [Read More]

Vanessa Redgrave Honored with Visionary Award at the 53rd Chicago International Film Festival on...

Vanessa Redgrave is one of the most honored actresses of her generation. Now 80, she has been Oscar-nominated six times (winning for Best Supporting Actress for “Julia” in 1977) and may be the only British actress to have won an Oscar, an Emmy, a Tony, a BAFTA, an Olivier, a … [Read More]

Elizabeth Healey talks about doing it a whole new way in “Across the River”

Veteran British actress Elizabeth Healey has never played a part quite at all like the one she brings us in the new film “Across the River”.  Script?  What script? I recently had the opportunity to offer some questions to Ms. Elizabeth Healey.  Here is what she had to tell me…… … [Read More]

Girls, Massacres, Murder and Tarnation: An Interview with Daniel Armstrong

An interview with the diabolical Daniel Armstrong by David Black Daniel Armstrong you are the leader in producing Ozploitation movies today.  You’re best known for Fight Like A Girl and Murderdrome, and more recently the Sheborg Massacre.   In post production, you also have Tarnation.  Can I ask you what possess … [Read More]

A Q&A with Christopher Nolan about his new film Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan “Dunkirk,” Christopher Nolan’s nail-biting World War II epic thriller about the heroic evacuation of 300,000 plus British soldiers from invading enemy forces in May 1940 lives up to its hype. The film, which officially opens Friday, is both an artistic and pop culture achievement. It has already received … [Read More]

From Russia With Love: David Interviews Albert Goikhman

David Black interviews one of the most prolific actors of the Australian indie movie industry – Albert Goikhman! Hi everyone. Today I am going to be chatting to one of the hardest working actors in the Australian indie movie industry.  I met Albert Goikhman a year ago on the set … [Read More]

Mad Monsters and Magic! An interview with Stuart Simpson

David Black interviews the master of genre movies, Stuart Simpson David Black – Hi everyone.  Tonight, I am going to be chatting with Stuart Simpson, who is known for some very stylised, off the wall films, such as The Demons Amongst Us, Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla and El Monstro Del Mar. … [Read More]

“It Comes At Night” Writer/Director Trey Shults Talks Terror in His Second Film

Trey Shults Interview Genre: Horror/thriller/mystery Length: 1 hour, 37 minutes Writer/Director: Trey Edward Shults Cast: Joel Edgerton, Carmen Ejogo, Christopher Abbott, Riley Keough, Kelvin Harrison, Jr., Griffin Robert Faulkner, David Pendleton, Mikey the dog Following the absolutely gut-wrenching preview showing of the film “It Comes At Night” in Chicago on … [Read More]

Review: “The Mummy” Is All Tom Cruise And Little Plot

Universal is off to a shaky start with it’s first movie in the Dark Universe, Tom Cruises’ The Mummy. No, Cruise doesn’t direct the movie, but he’s the clear star of it and it’s all about him, more than the mummy theme. For those of you wondering if this movie … [Read More]