An interview with the hardest working ghoul in Australia: NIGEL HONEYBONE
Apr20

An interview with the hardest working ghoul in Australia: NIGEL HONEYBONE

Nigel Honeybone is a popular independent skeleton who presents classic genre films on the Australian television show The Schlocky Horror Picture Show. Brandishing his extensive knowledge of some of the oldest films around, Nigel adds his own flair and humor that all horror fans can relate to. Probably the most stylish skeleton in the business, Nigel’s sense of style matches his film enthusiasm. The tidbits that Nigel divulges are...

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An Interview with Australian Actor Nathan Phillips
Apr16

An Interview with Australian Actor Nathan Phillips

Most filmgoers easily recognize Nathan Phillips for his lovable Australian larrikin roles within the horror genre in films such as Wolf Creek, Dying Breed, Snakes on a Plane and The Chernobyl Diaries. Most however are not as familiar with his films that showcase his amazing acting prowess and emotional range, such as the harrowing real life story of Balibo and the dramatic apocalyptic thriller These Final Hours. I was able to catch up...

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Interview: BAZZ HANCHER
Apr09

Interview: BAZZ HANCHER

AN INTERVIEW WITH BAZZ HANCHER: RISING U.K INDIE FILMMAKER Bazz Hancher is a writer and director from England who creates independent short films and features with the production company called White Raven Films. Prior to creating the fantastically depraved dark comedy WHITE GOODS, Bazz Hancher was known for his short films, especially Leon’s Broken Mind (an amazing yet highly graphic and disturbed short, about a man who is seriously...

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Jay Kay interviews filmmaker Jeff Frumess (Romeo’s Distress)
Jul13

Jay Kay interviews filmmaker Jeff Frumess (Romeo’s Distress)

Let’s be honest… love is hell and horror. Whether it is undead intimacy that we witness in Nekromantik (1987). A father’s love of his daughter in Big Bad Wolves (2013) or ass to mouth in monochrome with The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence (2011). The isolation and compatibility of American Guinea Pig: Bloodshock (2015) or the tragic ends surrounding family hate and star crossed lovers in Romeo & Juliet (1968), love has fucked...

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Interview: POISON ROUGE – Director, Actress, Renaissance Woman
May28

Interview: POISON ROUGE – Director, Actress, Renaissance Woman

BTU had the honor to interview Miss Poison Rouge who is an Italian/French actress, athlete, model, and most recently the Director of the forthcoming AMERICAN GUINEA PIG IV: SACRIFICE which is Reviewed Here Bio: Poison’s career began with an appearance as Cover Girl for the international Tattoo Magazine “Tattoo Dimension” in 2007. Poison became a full-time model in 2008, and her acting career started with the cult...

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JIMMY SCREAMERCLAUZ Interview: Ft. Butchers Harem “SNUFF PORN HOLOCAUST” Video
May20

JIMMY SCREAMERCLAUZ Interview: Ft. Butchers Harem “SNUFF PORN HOLOCAUST” Video

We sat down with infamous independent underground animated filmmaker Jimmy Screamerclauz to ask him about his latest work, the Butchers Harem “SNUFF PORN HOLOCAUST” Video. BTU: How many music videos have you made besides “SNUFF PORN HOLOCAUST” BUTCHERS HAREM FT TOECUTTA? SCREAMERCLAUZ: Let’s see, I believe the list goes:  2003 – You Gotta Make Them Stop (ScreamerClauz) (Flash Animation) 2004 – Smooth Man...

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Digging Deep with Filmmakers David B. Stewart III and John Martineau
May14

Digging Deep with Filmmakers David B. Stewart III and John Martineau

What do you get when two horror fans mind meld during some raucous summer fun? Nazisploitation / horror flicks of course! With titles like OPERATION: NAZI ZOMBIES (2003) and REICHSFUHRER SS (2015), the team of David B. Stewart III and John Martineau have embraced a taboo niche.

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Digging Deep with Filmmaker, Matthew Reel
May07

Digging Deep with Filmmaker, Matthew Reel

Matthew Reel is composer and filmmaker whose films are a blend of art and horror with a strong social commentary. His Troma-released JESSIKA RABID (2010), staring Elske McCain and Trent Haaga, influenced a multitude of filmmakers and gained him a cult following. While he holds a degree in film and broadcast, he has a general disdain for film school theory and rhetoric, siding with originality and even obscurity for his unique portrayal of politics and values.

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Q&A Interview with Underground enigma: MOSS GARCIA
Apr05

Q&A Interview with Underground enigma: MOSS GARCIA

Beneath the Underground sat down (figuratively) with the underground mixtape enigma known as MOSS GARCIA. Little is know about the man behind the trail of mixtapes that he has produced, so we wanted to delve a little deeper into what makes this person tick: As a little background, Moss makes 13 copies of each mixtape and send about half of them out to a small group of friends who have helped and supported him over the years. The rest...

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JENNIFER VALDES Interview with Jay Kay
Feb12

JENNIFER VALDES Interview with Jay Kay

Creating a distinctive style all your own is the heart of filmmaking. In a world where anyone can pick up a camera, use technology to edit or buy a laptop to write, we lose sight in the ocean of expression and creative power the minds that cultivate this talent and take it to the next level. With a flair for the macabre that is found on every level of her being, filmmaker Jennifer Valdes is a force. An accomplished filmmaker on many...

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