Ellie Cornell lights up the screen in 1988's "Halloween 4," and met an untimely demise in the following year's "Halloween 5." Right before we caught up with her she was gearing up for her acting come back in "House of the Dead." That didn't turn out too well for her (or Uwe Boll for that matter) but we still love her to death. Read on to find out what she had to say.
Linnea Quigley is considered by many to be the ultimate Scream Queen from the 1980's. We chatted her up in 2004 to see what she was up to, and talk about her appearance in that year's indie flick "Corpses Are Forever."
Felissa is most well known for her role as a confused young murderess in Robert Hiltzik's low budget stalk and slash tale "Sleepaway Camp," and we caught up with her in 2003 right before the DVD release of Dante Tomselli's "Horror," a film in which she had a cameo. She would also go on to star in his next film "Satan's Playground."
Jaye Barnes Luckett composed the haunting score for Lucky Mckee's amazing ode to loneliness, "May." That music finally got a long overdue release this summer from LaLaLand records, and we decided to catch up with Jaye to celebrate the return of our site... since "May" was so inspirational to us when it came out. Read on to find out what she's been up to since writing the music for Mckee's powerful cult film.
You haven't heard crazy until you've listened to Mr. Uwe Boll. While he gets prepared to unleash his insane duo of "Postal" and "Seed" on the world, I thought it was time to dig up this gem, conducted around the time that "House of the Dead" was released. As you can tell by my bright-eyed questions, I had no idea what Mr. Boll was about to poop into cinemas, and that's sort of what makes this interview so funny. Enjoy!