Interview: Sarah Butler Discusses ‘I Spit On Your Grave 3’

With the release of “I Spit On Your Grave 3” (available now), I spoke to the star of the film Sarah Butler who plays Jennifer Hills. In the interview Sarah talks about her preparation for the role, her fears, and if she would return for a fourth film.   First … [Read More]

Interview: Simon Dixon, Gareth Coulam Evans, Damien Molony, and Brian Gleeson Talk “Tiger Raid”

“Tiger Raid” has been drawing buzz lately at Tribeca Film Festival. I had a chance to speak with Writer/Director Simon Dixon, producer/co-writer Gareth Coulam Evans and the films stars Brian Gleeson and Damien Molony about the film. Below is an excerpt of the interview, including the entire audio of the … [Read More]

Babadook Filmmaker Jennifer Kent Prefers Storytelling Over Scares

With very few movies in her career, filmmaker Jennifer Kent has crafted greatness that most directors will never achieve in an entire body of work with her new horror movie The Babadook. Without hesitation, I can admit that Boyhood isn’t the only classic movie released from IFC during 2014. The … [Read More]

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]

Climate Documentary “Chasing Ice”

  Now playing in select theaters, “Chacing Ice” chronicles stark evidence for the case for climate change from a unique perspective; the photography of a global warming skeptic. Recently, ‘Ice’ made the coveted Oscar Documentary Shortlist along with 14 other feature length documentaries. I had an opportunity to speak with … [Read More]

Interview: Director of United Nations Documentary “U.N. Me.” Ami Horowitz

“U.N. Me” is the new scathing documentary both sarcastic in comedic tone, heavy on subject matter from first time director Ami Horowitz. I sat down with director Horowitz after a screening of “U.N. Me” to engage in a conversation with him about his new film, what he wants the audience … [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]

Josh Lucas, John Magary, and Mickey Sumner Discuss Making Of ‘The Mend’

I had a chance to talk to talk to actors Josh Lucas, Mickey Sumner, and director John Magary regarding the release of their film The Mend. Below is the audio of the interview of in it’s entirety.   [springboard type=”video” id=”1556641″ player=”tmbg001″ width=”599″ height=”336″ ]   Sometimes three person interviews … [Read More]

Interview: ‘Evanescence’ Singer Amy Lee

This was one special interview for me. Amy Lee was a huge part of my teen high school aged years. I loved her band Evanescence. Amy is back to lend her incredible vocals in the feature film Voice From the Stone, where her sone “Speak to Me” is the featured … [Read More]

Nat Faxon & Jim Rash Reflect ‘Way Way Back’ on Their Lives, Previous Projects,...

    THE WAY, WAY BACK is the funny and poignant coming of age story of 14-year-old Duncan’s (Liam James) summer vacation with his mother, Pam (Toni Collette), her overbearing boyfriend, Trent (Steve Carell), and his daughter, Steph (Zoe Levin). Having a rough time fitting in, the introverted Duncan finds … [Read More]