George Wilbur

George Wilbur played Michael Myers in both of my favorite "Halloween" sequels, 1988's "The Return" and 1995's "The Curse." We caught up with him recently to talk about everything from the fabled "Producer's Cut" of H6 to Rob Zombie's remake of Carpenter's classic. Here's what he had to say.

In my opinion, Halloween 6 was a good movie.

I read on your site that you're good friends with Dick Warlock from Halloween 2, how did you two end up being friends?

Halloween (REVIEW)

There are really two distinct halves to Rob Zombie's remake of "Halloween." First off we see a young Michael, played by a suitably creepy looking Daeg Faerch (good luck pronouncing that one). He's an awkward little doughboy of a kid from a lower middle class family in the suburbs. He lives with his stripper mom (Sheri Moon), slut sister (Scout Taylor Compton), and abusive stepfather (William Forsythe). From the first frames it's apparent that his life is not one that any kid should be subjected too, and it's having a definite toll on him.

David J. Stieve

David J. Stieve wrote the script for this summer's DVD hit "Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon." We caught up with him recently to find out what he's up to now, the possibility of a sequel and what ideas he's been kicking around.

Those are the types of subtle inside jokes for true horror fans that we wanted to sprinkle throughout.

I remember thinking that even though I loved the film, that it must have sounded ridiculous on paper. Was it hard to get people to see the vision you had in your head? The concept is definitely pretty out there.

That was the hardest challenge I faced initially, back in 2001 when I

Nathan Baesel

I would’ve needed some serious re-calibration of my funometer if he wasn’t funny to anyone else but me.

Behind the Mask seems to have gotten a tremendous response from horror fans since it's DVD release in June. How does it feel that they've loved it so much?

Lloyd Kaufman

By far, this interview with TROMA founder Lloyd Kaufman is one of my favorite pieces from the old site. We caught up with him right after the release of Citizen Toxie on DVD circa 2004, and his rants that day would turn out to be legendary. So here it is, our conversation with the craziest man in Hollywood, Lloyd Kaufman.

It has nothing to do with making a movie. It's all about ass licking and incompetence. It has nothing to do with filmmaking.

Troma seems to be very visible lately, I was just wondering how you guys are doing?

Well we're going into our 30th anniversary, but it's still very very hard to get our wonderful movies to the public, because a lot of the big...Well, Blockbuster for some reason has a lot of crap in there but they don't have Troma.

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