Interviews

How Cinematographer Gavin Finney Brought Heaven and Hell to Life in ‘Good Omens’

Turns out that six episodes spanning all of human history involves tackling a wide range of visual challenges.

Defining the Anguish of The Tethered with the Composer of ‘Us’

We chat with Michael Abels about musically communicating the torment of the film's antagonists.

Talking Love and Robots with the Director of ‘I Am Mother’

We chat with Grant Sputore about the joys of practical effects and the challenges they supersede on the set.

Adam Egypt Mortimer on the Cinema of Anxiety as Seen in ‘Daniel Isn’t Real’

At the Overlook Film Festival, we chatted with the director about his new film exploring the darkness we all contain.

Grady Hendrix on the Obsessive Bliss of ‘Paperbacks from Hell II’

We chat with the screenwriter and author about the bizarro treasure trove that is pre-Harry Potter young adult fiction.

Mick Garris on Mutating ‘Masters of Horror’ Into ‘Nightmare Cinema’

At the Overlook Film Fest, we chat with the filmmaker about the restorative power of the anthology film.

‘The Cold Blue’ is ‘Koyaanisqatsi’ with B-17 Bombers

We chat with documentarian Erik Nelson about his tribute to the Mighty Eighth Air Force and the cinematographers who risked…

How ‘The Perfection’ Became One of Netflix’s Most Audacious Original Films

The director and screenwriters of Netflix's latest original feature open up about their lurid and unpredictable thriller.

Chad Stahelski on the Decades of Training Behind a Snowball Fight With Knives

We chat with the 'John Wick: Chapter 3' director about the commitment, passion, and fortitude required to pull off the…

The Unearthed History of the Real Designer of ‘The Creature from the Black Lagoon’

Milicent Patrick, the creator of the iconic Gill Man, was fired by Bud Westmore so he could steal her credit.…