Candy Corn Director Josh Hasty joined The Dude Abides Podcast this week. Listen in as we talk about his cult classic in the making film. Josh and I talk about the following: Horror Genre Influences The Filmmaking Process of Candy Corn Casting the Film The Importance of the Horror Community
IFC Midnight’s indie horror film, The Wretched has become a sleeper hit since it’s release on May 1st, raking in over 1.5 million dollars. The film, directed by The Pierce Brothers, follows a defiant teenage boy, struggling with his parent’s imminent divorce, as he faces off with an old witch
What does Quibi’s new digital series All the Feels, the medical documentary Do No Harm and Dark Sky Films’ latest horror flick 1BR all have in common? Composer Ronen Landa. From his haunting piano heavy tracks for 1BR, his emotional theme music for All the Feels or the touching original
In need of a new film to watch while at home? If you enjoy darker, highly stylized films, such as Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals or A Single Man, then you are in for a treat because IFC Film’s Swallow is all that, plus dessert. Swallow follows Hunter (Haley Bennett), a
What do you pay attention to most when watching a movie? Some might say the actors’ performances, others might say the costume design. Audiences might also argue that a film’s score is crucial to pushing the story along and telling the viewer what they should feel at any given moment.
Doing what he loves since 6 years old, composer John Kaefer has had some time to polish his craft. Whether it be the numerous documentaries he has scored or Crackle’s much-buzzed-about legal thriller, “Sequestered,” the passion that comes out in his work is undeniable. We talked to Kaefer about some
(All photos are courtesy of Falco Ink.) A handsome middle-aged man, dressed in the finest attire, emerges from the elevator doors and walks through the silent hall, fiddling the ring on his left hand finger. Before stopping in front of the final room on his left, he gently kisses
Screen Invasion has an exclusive interview with TEN THOUSAND SAINTS writer/directors Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.
(All photos are courtesy of RADiUS-TWC.) Far from human reach, Juno is now on its fourth year of travel in space. In honour of the toy’s role in its design, the NASA spacecraft carries three aluminum LEGO Minifigures, modeled after the scientist Galileo, the god Jupiter, and the goddess
Exclusive Interview: Director Daniel Petrie Jr. Talks About DAWN PATROL, Scott Eastwood, and the Lack of Diversity in Hollywood
Screen Invasion has an exclusive interview with director/producter Daniel Petrie Jr. for Dawn Patrol, a Scott Eastwood-led indie thriller.
Screen Invasion has an exclusive interview with Sunset Edge writer/director Sunset Edge.
We recently had a chance to speak with composer Michael Picton about the MARVEL Universe LIVE! show now touring the U.S., his work on SyFy’s Flash Gordon and more. What has been your favorite part about scoring Marvel Universe LIVE? This show allowed me to bring together two sides of my
Life in Color is an endearing, true-to-life story of two people stuck in a proverbial rut who come together to learn the importance of friendship and moving forward, whatever that may mean at any given moment in one’s life. I had the opportunity to speak with Emmer at SXSW this
(All photos courtesy of CAVU Pictures) Everyone goes through an awkward phase on the journey from the shallow kids’ pool to the deep end known as adulthood. But if you’re like Mica, a boy who smells like fish, it may take a little longer to brave new waters. That’s the
Screen Invasion has an exclusive interview with Beyond The Lights writer/director Gina Prince-Bythewood.
If the promotion for the final episode of Buffering season one is any clue, Buffies can expect an epic battle between good versus evil — superhero style. The question of who ends up victorious in this metafictional web series is something we’ll soon find out in a 50-minute showdown, three