The director of the extensive ’80s horror doc “In Search of Darkness” sits down to talk about nostalgia, gore, and the appeal of scary movies.
Wyrm writer/director Christopher Winterbauer sits down at Fantastic Fest to talk about the analog appeal of ’80s kitsch and adapting shorts to features.
IT star Dennis Christopher talks about Eddie Kaspbarak, Tim Curry, and the rest of his time in Derry, Maine on the set of the Stephen King adaptation.
The director of the trans-centric drama sits down to talk about indie filmmaking, the struggles of trans POC, and more.
As Fantastic Fest opens, we talk to Johannes Nyholm, the director of the darkly imaginative Koko-Di Koko-Da, about grief, trauma, and the bizarre.
The co-creator of Amazon’s latest fantasy series discusses the story’s long, winding road from long-dormant feature script to streaming series.
The stars of Jennifer Kent’s harrowing colonial revenge film sit down to talk about finding their characters amidst historical hell.
The composers of Amazon’s new docuseries talk about Meek Mill, their contrasting styles, and the challenges of documentary scoring.
The writer/directors of Fantasia fave Freaks, talk about the lo-fi origins of their unconventional superhero story.
We sit down with the stars of HBO’s latest film to talk about sexual assault and social media in the post-#MeToo era.
We speak to the star and director of the new indie comedy Being Frank about the difficulties in generating empathy within adultery.
Welcome back to More of a Comment, Really…, a weekly interview podcast hosted by Clint Worthington! Every episode will feature interviews with actors, […]
On this week’s podcast, we speak with composer Kurt Farquhar, “the musical voice of the BET,” about his work on American Soul and Black Lightning.
We speak to the director and writer/star of Chicago Critics Film Festival’s opening night film about the disturbing timeliness of their Chicago-set drama.
We chat with the creator of the podcast series Blockbuster about dramatizing the early creative partnership of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas
Werner Herzog’s look at the Soviet Union’s last leader is fascinatingly apolitical, but lacks insight as a result.
Documentarian Penny Lane returns to our weekly interview podcast to talk about her deeply funny, insightful dive into The Satanic Temple.
The Houston-born filmmaker talks about his latest opus, the value of arts in small communities, and the joys/challenges of self-distributing your films.