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Interviews and Blog posts with fascinating Frankenfiction Mad Scientists (from filmmakers to authors and other creators)

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Check out interviews with genre filmmakers, authors, producers, broadcasters, performers … all sorts of people on Triple Take’s blog and YouTube Channel!

Formerly from my author blog reganwhmacaulay.com, you will now see these great interviews HERE!

Interviews from my 2020 and 2019 13 Horrifically Silly Days of Halloween Blog series

Year Two

Nine interviews with six different genre artists, as well as five written interviews comprise my second annual 13 Horrifically Silly Days of Halloween blog series. Check them all out on YouTube, including interviews with B-movie filmmaker and Zombie extra John Migliore, prolific actors Steve Valentine and Scott McCord, Carolyn Mauricette from the Blood in the Snow Film Festival, Nug Nahrgang from theatrical productions Evil Dead the Musical and Night of the Lving Dead Live (and more), and Conor McCreery, writer of the graphic novels The Last Witch, Kill Shakespeare and more!

Year One

Seven interviews with individuals, including the owner and proprietor of Eyesore Cinema and Video Store in Toronto, author and actor Susan Berger (the Real Butcher in American Horror Story Roanoke), Peter Donato who runs the Monster Dash race and more, Paul Gratton of the Whistler Film Festival and Drive-in Classics channel and more, Kelly Michael Stewart who runs the Blood in the Snow Festival,  and B-movie Filmmaker Adam Thorn; and two cast and crew reunions from Triple Take films The Scary Bitch Project (20 year anniversary!) and Space Zombies (15 year anniversary!), as well as some written interviews comprised the first now annual 13 Horrifically Silly Days of Halloween blog series (2019).



There's also plenty of interviews with independent filmmakers, authors and other "mad scientists!

RNP Interview with director Jesi Le Rae, Women in Horror Month (2020)

On Thursday, February 6th, Toronto Indie Horror Fest presented horror fans with a showcase of short horror genre films made by women in honour of Women in Horror Month (which is February, for those who don’t already know that).

EXT Interview with filmmaker/creator Adrian Bobb at the Little Terrors Short Film Festival January 2020

I had a great time chatting with Adrian Bobb, VFX Artist/Director behind the beautiful short EXT, which is surely destined to be a series.

Interview with Jeffrey Gross, writer of the short film The Remnant at the Little Terrors Short Film Festival January 2020

(Dir. Navin Ramaswaran) (16:45 mins) A team of con artists posing as paranormal investigators steal from the home of an affluent elderly woman, only to find themselves unleashing a dormant malevolent spirit.

Interview with the writer and director of Puppet Killer at the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival

Dir. Lisa Ovies) TORONTO PREMIERE (83 mins) While celebrating Christmas at a cabin in the woods, a group of high school students are stalked by a psychotic killer obsessed with horror movie icons.isk.

Interview with the director of Happy Face at the 2019 Blood in the Snow Festival

Happy Face and Liaison, She Never Died and Housekreeping at BITS

Interview with some of the cast and crew from The Nights Before Christmas at the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival

(Dir. Paul Tanter) WORLD PREMIERE (101 mins) A year on from the Woodridge massacre and those who survived have moved on with their lives. But Mr and Mrs Claus are back, and this time the killings seem to be based around the asylum

Interview with the directors of Dead Dicks at the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival

(Dir. Chris Bavota, Lee Paula Springer) TORONTO PREMIERE (83 mins) After Becca receives a distressing call from her suicidal brother Richie, she rushes over to his apartment and finds him alive and well – surrounded by copies of his own dead body.

Interview with the director of majic at the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival

(Dir. Erin Berry) CANADIAN PREMIERE (83 mins) An anti-conspiracy video blogger thinks she is slipping into an alternate reality after being approached by an old man claiming to have worked for the legendary Majestic-12 (aka majic)

Interview with the writer and producer of Hunters Moon at the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival

(Dir. Matt Campagna) CANADIAN PREMIERE (88 mins) A lavish launch party for a gaming app is interrupted by a priest who condemns the party guests as “marked for the beast,” they are convinced it’s a publicity stunt until they find the body…

Interview with the director of the short film New Woman at the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival

(Dir. Benjamin Noah)(19:52 mins) A gothic tale concerning a male pickpocket and a wealthy woman descending into a labyrinth of terror in 1888.

Interview with the director of Willa at the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival

(Dir. Corey Mayne) (7:04 mins) David finds himself on a stalled train in the middle of nowhere, suddenly unable to locate his fiancée, Willa. No one has seen her but they all warn him to stay put … based on the short story by Stephen King.

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