Maggie Grace may be best known for her roles in the Taken franchise and on television series like Lost and Californication. I sat down with her at the SXSW 2014 Film Festival to talk about one of her latest projects, Simon Helberg and Jocelyn Towne‘s real life romance mishap, We’ll Never
Abby Elliott and director Susanna Fogel talk LIFE PARTNERS, female film friendships, character development, and more at TFF 2014.
I had the chance to interview Martin Freeman for Fargo, a new anthology crime dark comedy-drama series on loosely based on the 1996 film of the same name. The series is scheduled to premiere on April 15, 2014, in the United States and is about a drifter named Lorne Malvo, played by Billy Bob Thorton. Malvo arrives in
Author Christopher Priest opens up about his new novel and the film adaptation of The Prestige.
Heather McIntosh is a badass. She may or may not corroborate this estimation of her character, but how else can you describe someone with her resume? Ms. McIntosh is a cellist with a penchant for electronic music and a passion to share her creative spirit with the world. Heather scored
Creep is the first feature for writer, director and star Patrick Brice, which he made with long-time friend Mark Duplass. The film follows Aaron (Patrick Brice) as he agrees to film Josef (Mark Duplass) for reasons unknown to him after he answers a Craigslist ad for a videographer. As the film
Nicholas McCarthy received acclaim in recent years for his short turned feature film, The Pact. After a successful first feature, McCarthy is back this year with horror film and SXSW Midnighter Home. The film has been getting praise from horror film fans at SXSW and sites like FEARNet. Home has a
Uwe Boll, director of BloodRayne, Postal, and the new In The Name of the King 3, talks video games, whistleblowers, and fisticuffs.
I was given the opportunity to ask E.L. Katz, the director of Cheap Thrills about his influences on the film as well as his feelings on breaking into Hollywood and what he has lined up in the near future. You can watch Cheap Thrills on Movies on Demand now and
Tyler Labine talks SOMEONE MARRY BARRY, character creation, raunchy comedy, and some new words to add to your repertoire.
Sci-Fi is one of my favorite film genres. Star Wars, Aliens, Minority Report, and 2001: A Space Odyssey are some of my favorite films from the genre. A solid script and great characters are an integral part of a successful film. Sci-Fi films not only have to nail that, but
Mark Mothersbaugh, most well-known for fronting the band Devo, caught up with Screen Invasion about the music for the new Lego Movie.
Bitten is SyFy’s newest supernatural drama featuring one of the horror’s classic creatures, werewolves. Elena Michaels, played by Laura Vandervoort, is the only living female werewolf in existence. She thought she left that supernatural world when she left Stonehaven, but a series of vicious murders directed at her pack family
You’re watching a movie, and everything’s quiet. There’s a man wondering around a construction site. Then suddenly, you sense danger. Not because anything on the screen changed, but because an eerie tone started playing. The tone gets louder, and you prepare yourself for something bad to happen to the character.
Check out our interview with Rose McIver on her newest movie, Brightest Star, due out on January 31. I got to talk to her about the new movie, her accent and all sorts of other good stuff.
A while back I reviewed Screenwriting 101 by Film Crit HULK and decided to ask the green goliath some questions, below is what Film Crit HULK had to say. Congratulations on Screenwriting 101, you’ve been consistently vocal about the value of substance in storytelling when it comes to films. How great