By Meg Shields
“I felt so privileged to be touching that sweet corpse head.”
We chat with the show’s director of photography, P.J. Dillon, about how he shot the shield and looking forward to another season.
We chat with intimacy coordinator Marcus Watson about how he shares the same mission as costumes, stunts, and production design. They’re all there for the story.
We chat with the director about finally making the horror film that lingered in his head for over a decade.
We talk to the director about how lens choice is crucial to capturing narrative.
Sarah Evelyn and Lou Eyrich talk about how they made the 1940s come alive through costume design.
Read how a twenty-year-old Tarantino snatched gems of information from director John Milius.
The filmmaker discusses casting, happy accidents, and rewriting in the edit room.
We chat with the filmmaker about how one haunting image propelled him to make his meaty creature feature.