Interviews

iHorror interviews Director of ‘Houses October Built’ 1&2 Bobby Roe

Following up on their success from The Houses October Built in 2014 director and co-writer Bobby Roe decided a sequel was inevitable, so he...

Peter Sullivan Talks Stan Lee and “The Sandman”

When Peter Sullivan was casting around for an idea for his new film, The Sandman, he didn't just want to make a standard boogeyman movie. ...

Elm Street 4’s Tuesday Knight Talks New Music & Elm Street...

When someone mentions A Nightmare On Elm Street 4 I cannot help but immediately think of Tuesday Knight and that iconic song that we...

Show Runner Nick Antosca Talks ‘Channel Zero: No-End House’ With iHorror!

I know that most you out there have heard the statement, "Don't believe all the hype." Well in this instance, you need to shy...

Denis Villeneuve Talks Directing ‘Blade Runner 2049′:’It’s a Brutal World in...

When Blade Runner was released theatrically in 1982, the film was a box office and critical failure.  It was a major disappointment for its...

The Camera is Haunted: An Interview with Polaroid director Lars...

A haunted Polaroid camera kills everyone it photographs. This was the premise of a fifteen-minute short film called Polaroid, which was directed and written...

Harrison Smith Interview, Director of ‘Death House’

Director Harrison Smith is no stranger to the horror genre.  While he is relatively new to the director's chair he knows how to deliver...

Don Mancini Says He’s Subverting Expectations in ‘Cult of Chucky’

Don Mancini had no idea when he created Child's Play way back in 1988 that Chucky, the doll with an angel's smile and the devil's...

For Todd Tucker, “The Terror of Hallow’s Eve” is More Than...

A few years ago, Todd Tucker wasn't sure how he felt about Hollywood and the way that film distribution, among other things, was being...

RAY SANTIAGO INTERVIEW: “Expect the Unexpected” From Pablo in Season 3...

When we phoned Ray Santiago early Tuesday afternoon, he'd just finished a run, which isn't necessarily a surprise for those who remember a chiseled...