Interview by Paul Salfen FIRST LOVE Director Takashi Miike First Love is the extremely prolific auteur, Takashi Miike, at his most fun and anarchic, a noir-tinged yakuza film blending genres in the story of a young boxer and a call girl, who fall passionately in love while getting innocently caught up in a drug-smuggling scheme
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Interview by Paul Salfen Superhero sons are raised by Superhero moms. Listen as Paul Salfen talks to actors Alisha Wainwright and Jason Ritter, who play (respectively) the mother of Dion and a scientist and best friend of Dion's father in the new Netflix series RAISING DION, airing tomorrow October 4th. The series follows "the story of
Netflix Adaptation of Stephen King/Joe Hill Novella IN THE TALL GRASS Is A Simple Story With Maximum Impact (Fantastic Fest 2019)
Interview by Paul Salfen STREAMING ON NETFLIX Starting October 4th. SYNOPSIS: After hearing a boy's cry for help, a pregnant woman and her brother wade into a vast field of grass, only to discover there may be no way out. Patrick Wilson ("The Conjuring") stars in this eerie tale based on a novella by father and son
NETFLIX’S ‘IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON’ Is A Mind Bender: Interview With Actors Boyd Holbrook, Cleopatra Coleman and Michael C. Hall
Interview by Paul Salfen Paul Salfen interviews Actors Boyd Holbrook, Cleopatra Coleman and Michael C. Hall for IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON, streaming on Netflix now. It's a scuff about A Philadelphia police officer who struggles with a lifelong obsession to track down a mysterious serial killer whose crimes defy explanation.
Fantastic Fest Interview: THE VAST OF NIGHT Shines A Shadowy Serling-Like Light On The Frequencies Of Small Town America
I saw a lot of great films in Park City this year at Sundance,…
Inaugural North Texas Film Festival Features Brian Yuzna’s Re-Animator, Honey I Shrunk The Kids and Society (Interview With Yuzna)
Interview by Paul Salfen With a filmography that runs the gamut but strikes a chord with genre fans, writer-producer-director Brian Yuzna has been churning out beloved films for years and three of those will be celebrated this weekend at the inaugural North Texas Film Festival: Re-Animator, Society, and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Yuzna took
AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL CONFIRMS TREY EDWARD SHULTS’ WAVES AS CENTERPIECE FILM, ANNOUNCES SECOND WAVE OF 26TH ANNUAL LINE-UP AND AWARDEE SARAH GREEN
A SLATE WILL ALSO FEATURE THE WORLD PREMIERE OF ZAK HILDITCH’S RATTLESNAKE, AND PREMIERES FROM…
ODE TO JOY was inspired by a true story written by Portland writer Chris Higgins for the radio program and podcast This American Life called “I’ve fallen in love and I can’t get up." in June 2010. Despite centering around a serious debilitating condition of narcolepsy called cataplexy which is exactly what it sounds like...
Starring Traci Lords, whom Roe represents, the film is set in 1949 around a fading Hollywood star who mourns the loss of her sister on the year anniversary of her death. But there’s a ghostly twist that involves revenge, jealousy, and otherworldly justice. Shot lovingly in black and white in the former home of Frankenstein
DREADOUT from Indonesian director Kimo Stamboel has to be one of the true standouts of…