So, Day Five of Toronto After Dark 2012 is officially wrapped, which means we are now a little past the halfway point of the festival. Part of me always gets sad when this happens, but the other part just reminds that part that there are still four more days of fun and movies ahead, and […]
Howdy folks, Jeff here with another update from up North at the Toronto After Dark 2012 Film Festival! Saturday was the third day of the festival, and as is customary, it was also TADFF’s “Zombie Appreciation Night.” Essentially, the festival programmers put two zombie-related films on the bill for the evening screenings, and they work […]
Some Guy Who Kills People, is a film that’s taking everyone lucky enough to see it by surprise. Suggested to me in a conversation with Christian Burgess, after expressing my adoration for Tucker And Dale, “Some Guy” had something that other films of the kind generally lack. It had heart, and the talent to back […]
A few months ago I was made aware of a little film titled THE TAINT. I had no idea what this could possibly be except that the title made me feel a little….uncomfortable. In a good way. Once I saw the official website for the film, I knew that I had to see it by […]
We at the Liberal Dead would like to present another interview, this time with a man who has delved into the depths of trash horror and put it all on video—Brad Jones, perhaps better known as The Cinema Snob, although he has also created and starred in other series such as The Bruno Mattei Show, […]
Women In Horror Month 2011 is almost at its end. This is unfortunate as the past twenty-four days have been an incredible experience for myself and, seemingly, for the horror community as a whole. It is time, in these final days, that we hear from two women/sisters/twins/filmmakers/actresses/stuntwomen and all around inspiring people: The Soska Sisters. I could write at length about how awesome these two, and their work, are. However, I decided I’d allow them to do it for you. What follows is a rather lengthy interview between myself and Jen and Sylvia. This is no mere fluff piece either, there is some serious though and dedication present in their answers here, so take the time to read it through and enjoy the last few days of Women In Horror Month 2011!
April A Taylor is a Dark Art photographer from Detroit, Michigan. She has been seriously focusing on photography since 2007 and she has been internationally published and exhibited. I recently interviewed her to coincide with this year’s Women In Horror Month and what follows is just that:
To help kick off Women In Horror Month, I thought I’d ask award winning author Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc a few questions. Thank you, Andrea, for participating!