Tag Archives: Film

Jonathan Nolan on The Dark Knight Rises

January 17, 2012


Last week, at a Television Critics Association party for network showrunners, the press was able to catch up with producer/writer Jonathan Nolan, who was there to promote his new CBS series, Person of Interest.  When asked about The Dark Knight Rises, Nolan was unable to give away too much, stating the project was still in […]

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“There’s no question that horror’s thriving, but horror is a beast with many faces.” -Nick Grabowski

November 13, 2011

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by Alex Mcdermott: I had the pleasure to sit down with horror author and now publisher Nick Grabowsky to talk about Black Bed Sheet Books, writing, and the nightmares of Hollywood!!! Alex Mcdermott: You are a well-established author! What inspired you to add publisher to your credentials? Nick Grabowsky: Well, being an author certainly helped […]

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“…at the end of the day being a vampire is all about revealing the animal in us.” -Robert Huttinger

October 23, 2011


DarkMedia Interviews Robert Huttinger: If you haven’t heard of Vampire Wedding, you’re really missing out on something special.  A comic mini-series and film from the mind of creator, producer and direction Robert Huttinger, this is not your average vampire tale: All ambitious but heartbroken wedding planner Sophia cares about is her fiance Michael, who apparently just […]

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Eternal: A Review

July 22, 2011


ETERNAL (2004) Directed by Wilhelm Liebenberg & Frederico Sanchez Starring: Conrad Pla Caroline Néron Victoria Sanchez by Sher Boudreau: Filmed in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Eternal is a dark sexy film loosely based on the life of The Countess Erszebet Bathory[1]. Elizabeth Kane (played by Caroline Nèron) is an exotic lesbian who has a passion for blood […]

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“I believe my unconscious goal was to make the audience feel like they’ve been lied to all these years, and that being a vampire is, in reality, not glamorous or cool. I wanted Jacob to be someone we could relate to. I wanted the rules he has to live by to be simple and biologically based.”

May 1, 2011


DarkMedia Interviews Scott Leberecht: Midnight Son is the story of Jacob, a young man confined to a life of isolation, due to a rare skin disorder that prevents him from being exposed to sunlight. His world opens up when he meets Mary, a local bartender, and falls in love. Tragically, Jacob’s actions become increasingly bizarre […]

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