Eli Roth: For the Love of Horror

April 6, 2004 // 0 Comments

An exclusive interview with “Cabin Fever” director Eli Roth By now, readers of this site are familiar with charismatic director Eli Roth and his quest to bring “Cabin Fever” to the big screen. But do you know his entire story? Didn’t think so. [...]

Stan Winston: Create Features

November 25, 2001 // 0 Comments

Stan Winston and John Rosengrant talk about ?their creations Universal Home Video obviously has great hopes for the upcoming release of “Jurassic Park 3.” The movie grossed almost $200 million at the domestic box office earlier this summer and [...]

Q&A With the Makers of Star Wars

September 11, 2001 // 0 Comments

Q&A with the makers of Star Wars Last week, Lucasfilm invited selected members of the press to visit the infamous Skywalker Ranch in Northern California, to take a first look at the Star Wars: The Phantom Menace DVD in a dedicated press event. [...]

Ed Harris: An Ode to Jackson Pollock

July 9, 2001 // 0 Comments

For almost ten years Ed Harris harbored the idea to make a movie about the late painter Jackson Pollock. After having received a biography of the modern painter by his father, Harris was intrigued in the life, the antics and the art of this remarkable [...]

A Talk With the Forces at Lucasfilm

June 19, 2001 // 0 Comments

Almost immediately after the initial announcement of the scheduled DVD release of “Star Wars: The Phantom Menace” in October, we have been able to catch up with the folks at Lucasfilm to find out a little more about this highly anticipated release. [...]

Michelle Yeoh: Superstar Without the Attitude

May 23, 2001 // 0 Comments

For many years, Michelle Yeoh has been a superstar in Hong Kong cinema, kicking and punching her way through memorable movies that have helped establish female characters as strong leads. After being voted “Miss Malaysia” in 1983, Michelle took her [...]

Arnold Leibovit: Remebering a Legend

March 10, 2001 // 0 Comments

Filmmaker Arnold Leibovit remembers the man who has changed his life and work forever, the great George Pal. I am an unabashed fan of George Pal. My initiation to the works of this sweet Hungarian gentleman stems from my father’s (who is also [...]

The Patriot: About Guts and Glory

October 16, 2000 // 0 Comments

As you can tell from our review of “The Patriot”, Columbia Tristar Home Video once again created a DVD that is filled with exciting extras and offers a splendid presentation of the film itself. Covering one of the most important moments in American [...]

James Wong: Death is Coming

October 10, 2000 // 0 Comments

As one of the surprise horror hits, “Final Destination” emerged from the seemingly roster of uninspired teenage slasher flicks, to present us a contemporary story of a very gruesome nature. “Death is coming” was the tagline New Line Cinema [...]

John Landis: It’s a Mad, Mad World

August 25, 2000 // 0 Comments

With movies like “Kentucky Fried Movie, ” or “Animal House, ” director John Landis has made a name from himself as an almost anarchic filmmaker who manages to make fun of literally anything. With films such as “The Blues Brothers” he showed [...]
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