Horror At The Oscars

“Sweeney Todd,” apart from being one of the year’s finest horror releases, has a chance to join a very exclusive club when Oscar nominees are announced later this month. In its 80-year history there have been less than a half dozen horror films nominated for the Academy’s Best Picture award. Sure, there was “The Silence of the Lambs” (Picture winner in 1991), “The Exorcist” (10 nominations, 2 wins in 1973), and “Jaws” (Picture nominee, 3 wins in 1976), but recognition of three films greatly undervalues horror’s contribution to cinematic history...

Episode 9 - "Sweeney Todd" and "Alien Vs. Predator: Requiem"

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Michael Paul Stephenson

Michael Paul Stephenson starred in one of the worst films ever made. The film was the 1990 sequel "Troll 2," a movie that since it's release has had the dubious distinction of hitting the top of IMDB.com's list of "Worst Movies Ever Made." After noticing the film had developed a cult following recently, Michael has uncovered a whole world of Troll 2 fanatics. Now he's making a documentary to explore this strange phenomenon. EDITOR'S NOTE: I would like to welcome anyone who came here to read the full interview after reading my article in Issue 9 of Horror Hound Magazine!

We all were doing our best to make a good movie and we failed miserably.

So, how did you get the role in "Troll 2"?

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