Interviews

Every once in a while, someone interesting will agree to speak with us. Here you will find more than 15-years of archived interviews with producers, filmmakers, actors, below-the-line creatives, legends, and more.

We are also currently the host of two recurring interview series:

Browse our latest interviews below

Exclusive: The Director of ‘Let the Right One In’ Talks About His Fear of Blood Loss

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We sat down (over the phone) with Tomas Alfredson, the director of the vampire coming-of-age film that’s getting incredible buzz and a limited release on October 24th.

Exclusive: Chuck Palahniuk Tells Us About Getting Filthy, Falling in Love, and Choke

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Seven minutes into my conversation with Chuck Palahniuk, I’m still not sure that he exists.

Talking Movies, Monsters, and More With the Team Behind Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer

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The power trio behind Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer sat down recently to talk with FSR about the film, the future, and Freddy Krueger’s tool. You just can’t plan ahead for some answers…

Director Stuart Townsend Tells FSR About His ‘Battle in Seattle’

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Stuart Townsend has spent the past 15 years acting, and now he’s hopping into the director’s chair for the first time with Battle in Seattle. He sat down with FSR – we assume he was sitting; it was over the phone – to talk about riots, balancing the truth with fiction, and targeting the Obama generation.

Comic-Con: Joss Whedon and His Horrible Friends

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Joss Whedon, along with the cast and writers of Dr. Horible’s Sing-Along Blog were on hand to talk up the three part online video series that tells the story of Dr. Horrible, a hopeful super villain trying to join the Evil League of Evil.

Rhona Mitra Gets Geek Cred, More Werewolves Loom on the Horizon

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Underworld: Rise of the Lycans hasn’t hit theaters yet, but Lakeshore is already excited about making more werewolf flicks.

Comic-Con Report: Terminator Salvation Hints at Greatness… and Arnold’s Return?

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Spirits weren’t high after McG was announced as director, with fans feeling the series was doomed to extinction in a cheese-fest of nuclear holocaust proportions. I was one of those fans, but now I’ve seen the light, or the McG in this case.

The Clone Wars Aims to Attract Young, Female Fans

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The producer and director of Stars Wars: The Clone Wars got access to George Lucas’s personal character files and went wild, creating a whole new universe with some familiar faces.