Since he produced the horror anthology VOLUMES OF BLOOD a couple of years ago, P.J. Starks has been all over the indie genre scene, and he spoke with us exclusively about his varied upcoming slate, providing a few exclusive images as well.
After headlining the three HOBBIT epics for Peter Jackson, Martin Freeman has traveled into the darker, more personal spaces of the genre with CARGO and GHOST STORIES. He talks about both in this exclusive RUE MORGUE chat.
CAT SICK BLUES is that sort of rare bird of a horror film that only appears every now and then. On the one hand, it is cheap and nasty and clearly the sum of all its influences, but on the other, it transcends all those factors, masterfully synthesizing them into something altogether different, refreshing for horror aficionados and surely shocking and revolting for the less discerning.
Actress Scout Taylor-Compton has become a familiar face on the horror scene since first confronting Michael Myers in Rob Zombie’s HALLOWEEN, and those features are threatened with rabid disfigurement in FERAL. We got some exclusive words with the actress about the film, which opens next week.
We have a few words with David Howard Thornton, the man behind TERRIFIER's silent psycho killer who turns Halloween into a living nightmare.