As I wrote this week worth of Death Wish, Paul Talbot's Bronson's Loose!: The Making of the Death Wish Films was an amazing resource. It's packed with stories and anecdotes from director Michael Winner, actor Kevyn Major Howard, novelist Brian Garfield, and interviews and articles from when the films were originally released. There's also a sequel, Bronson's Loose Again!… Continue reading DEATH WISH WEEK: An interview with Paul Talbot, author of Bronson’s Loose!: the Making of the Death Wish films
We watched and wrote about Hitler Lives! earlier this week and were excited when the creators agreed to answer our questions about this intriguing film. B&S About Movies: Tell us who you are, your background and why you decided to make this project. Stuart Roswell: My name is Stuart Rowsell, I am Creative Director of Bloodhound FX,… Continue reading An interview with the creators of Hitler Lives!
Yesterday, we reviewed The Weirdest Movie Ever Made, Phil Hall book that traces the convoluted history of how the Patterson and Gimlin film was created and impacted the scientific community and popular culture. We had the opportunity to talk to Phil about the inspiration behind the book, a lost Bigfoot film and some thoughts on some of… Continue reading BIGFOOT WEEK: An interview with The Weirdest Movie Ever Made author Phil Hall
This is part 4 of our interview with Amanda from Made for TV Mayhem! Other than TV movies, what are some of your other favorite films? I'm a slasher fanatic! That's where my heart is. I love the golden age of slashers, and some of my favorites are He Knows You're Alone, Prom Night, Madman,… Continue reading Interview with Amanda Reyes of Made for TV Mayhem part 4
This is part three of our interview with Amanda from Made for TV Mayhem. In this installment, we asked for some of her recommendations and thoughts on TV movies! B&S About Movies: Do you have any recommendations? AR: Sure. In the first episode of the Made for TV Mayhem Show, I go into why I love… Continue reading Interview with Amanda Reyes of Made for TV Mayhem part 3
We're excited to bring you the second part of our interview with Amanda from Made for TV Mayhem. In this installment, she shared her thoughts on some of the made for TV films we've covered here at B&S About Movies. B&S About Movies: Here are some of the films we’ve covered. Do you mind sharing your thoughts… Continue reading Interview with Amanda Reyes of Made for TV Mayhem part 2
We're really excited for the chance to share this interview with Amanda Reyes, who was a major inspiration in our decision to do multiple made for TV movie weeks! She was good enough to do an extended interview and shared her feelings on several of the films we've already covered! Amanda is an archivist, author and… Continue reading Interview with Amanda Reyes of Made for TV Mayhem part 1
Will Errickson's blog, Too Much Horror Fiction, collects and reviews vintage horror literature (mostly from the 1960s to the early 1990s) and celebrates its resplendent paperback cover art. And it's where I learned about so many of the books that make up this week's inspiration, the book Paperbacks from Hell. Will was kind enough to sit down and… Continue reading PAPERBACKS FROM HELL WEEK: Will Errickson from Too Much Horror Fiction
Grady Hendrix is the author of Horrorstör ("the only novel about a haunted Scandinavian furniture store you'll ever need") and My Best Friend's Exorcism ("basically Beaches meets The Exorcist). But he's here on our site because of the amazing Paperbacks from Hell, which you can purchase at Quirk Books or Amazon. I had the great opportunity to discuss the book, as… Continue reading PAPERBACKS FROM HELL WEEK: Interview with Grady Hendrix!