Vincente DiSanti is the man behind the Friday the 13th fan film, Never Hike Alone, Never Hike in the Snow and the upcoming sequel Never Hike Alone 2 which features Thom Mathews reprising his role of Tommy Jarvis from Part VI: Jason Lives facing off against Jason Voorhees. The film currently has an Indiegogo campaign, …
Hollywood legend Lin Shaye, known best for her roles in the Insidious franchise, There’s Something About Mary and Kingpin. Lin is hitting the NYC stage with her one woman show, Tripping on Life, which has performances run on September 8 through October 8, 2023.
Matthew Goldhue is the director of the new killer sloth (YES, killer sloth!!) horror film “Slotherhouse”, which follows Senior Emily Young who wants to be elected sorority president. She adopts a cute sloth, thinking it will help her win, but a string of fatalities implicates the sloth. Media Mikes had a chance to chat with …
Alex Winter aka Bill S. Preston, Esq. may be known best for his films in the Bill and Ted franchise but he is also an amazing documentarian. He has written and directed films like “Downloaded” and “Zappa”. Media Mikes had a chance to chat with Alex about his new film and what we can expect.
Damian Darlington is the founder of Brit Floyd, as well as the musical director of the band. Prior to Brit Floyd, Damian was also the musical director and lead of The Australian Pink Floyd for 17 years. This year Brit Floyd is touring celebrating the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of The …
Guitarist Gina Gleason joined the heavy metal band Baroness in 2017 and since that time has performed all over the world with the group which hails originally from Savannah, GA. The band is set to release their 6th studio album in September and Media Mikes had the chance to speak with Gina recently about the …
Ollie Rosenblatt talks about producing the film in concert of Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Live
Founded by Ollie Rosenblatt in 2011, Senbla is a London-based concert promoting and production company that operates both nationally and internationally. Ollie has worked on projects like the ‘films in concert’ shows, like Harry Potter and Star Wars film with live orchestra franchises as well as Beauty and The Beast, La La Land, Love Actually, …
Metalocalypse creator Brendon Small (despite some technical connection issues) chats with us about the new Dethalbum IV, the new movie Army of the Doomstar and Dethklok’s upcoming tour!
Jason Michael Paul is a concert producer, promoter, and entrepreneur. His production company, JMP Entertainment, produced Dear Friends – Music from FINAL FANTASY, PLAY! A Video Game Symphony, and Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. His latest video game music concert is called “Heroes: A Video Game Symphony” and it kicks off this …
BrokeHorrorFan.com’s Alex DiVincenzo & Witter Entertainment’s James Cilano talk about keeping VHS alive!
BrokeHorrorFan.com‘s Alex DiVincenzo & James Cilano are the guys behind the company Witter Entertainment, who has been putting out recent and upcoming movies on VHS format for us hardcore collector’s. Some of their titles are TERRIFIER 1 & 2, MANDY, PSYCHO GOREMAN and many more. The company just celebrated its 5th anniversary and has many …
Robin Taylor Zander is the son of Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Robin Zander. Not only do the two share a familial bond but they are also bandmates as RTZ has been performing in a variety of roles with legendary rock group Cheap Trick since 2014.
Sean Gullette is known for his role of Max Cohen in the 1998 film, Pi, directed by Darren Aronofsky. Sean also has stepped before the directors chair himself with films like, Traitors from 2013. Media Mikes had a chance to chat about the 25th anniversary of Pi and his work directing.
Roddy Bogawa is known for his work with Storm Thorgerson on, Taken Storm: The Art of Storm Thorgerson and Hipgnosis, back in 2011. This new project, Have You Got it Yet?: The Story of Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd, with Storm was shot before his death in 2013 and they Roddy finished it. Media Mikes …
Greg Sestero is known best for his role of Mark in the cult classic THE ROOM, from Tommy Wiseau. Greg also stepped into the world of directing himself with his film, Miracle Valley and his upcoming film Forbidden Sky, which just recently funded on Kickstarter. Media Mikes had a chance to chat with Greg about …
Jack O’Halloran chats about working on Superman II & with Sylvester Stallone and Chuck Norris + more
Jack O’Halloran is known best for playing the role of Non in Superman and Superman II. He has acted against the likes of Marlon Brando, Chuck Norris and even Sylvester Stallone. Media Mikes had a chance to chat with Jack to discuss his work with all of them throughout his amazing career.
Steve Alten is the author of the book series “Meg”, which has spawned six sequels (seventh on the way) and a very successful movie franchise as well with Meg 2: The Trench coming to theaters August 4th.
John Miligore is the man behind the new movie “Ouija Shark 2”! He not only starred in the film but also wrote and directed it. Media Mikes had a chance to chat with John about the movie and his many roles.
Casper Van Dien is known best as Johnny Rico in Starship Troopers. Casper has two new movies coming out, the first is “The Flood”, which is an alligator flick and the second is the first Swissploitation flick, “Mad Heidi”. Media Mikes had a chance to chat about both of these movies and what else he …
Brandon Slagle is the director of films like “The Black Dahlia Haunting” and “Battle for Saipan” and the upcoming “Breakout” and “Arena Wars”. Media Mikes had a chance to chat with Brandon about his latest alligator horror film “The Flood” and discussed the challenges with shooting with CGI and the elements
Jay Chandrasekhar is one of the members of the comedy troupe Broken Lizard. He has directed films you may know like Super Troopers, Beerfest, Club Dread and more as well as 150 TV episodes. Media Mikes had a chance to chat with Jay his upcoming stand-up tour, as well as getting the scoop on Super …
Media Mikes had a chance to chat with GB about MERMAIDS’ LAMENT, which premieres at the Dances with Films festival at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA on June 25th
Jordy Leenaerts, better known by the stage name Timecop1983, is a Dutch electronic musician from Eindhoven, producing music in the synthwave genre. He has released albums like “Faded Touch”, “Night Drive” and his most recent “Multiverse”.
Christopher Griffiths and Gary Smart, directors of “Hollywood Dreams & Nightmares: The Robert Englund Story” talks about their new documentary. The guys have also worked together on the following documentaries ” Pennywise: The Story of It” and “You’re So Cool, Brewster! The Story of Fright Night”.
“8 Found Dead” is full of delightful tension, more impressive by the fact it gives itself away in the title
The performances are strong and Akbar’s pacing spot on. Like “MI: Dead Reckoning,” the extended running time moves quickly. Another thing in common – there is more to this adventure to come.
The film is based on a peculiar incident from 1930s Britain about, well, a talking mongoose. While that seems straightforward, the movie isn’t. Honestly, it’s odd attending a panel where everyone has a difficult time articulating what the film is about. It’s even odder watching the film.
A word of warning though. Despite the posters featuring cute dogs, “Strays” is not for children. I was amazed at how many children were at the screening I attended. I was even more amazed that not one parent took a child out. So, if you’re looking for an outrageous time at the movies, give “Strays” a watch. But leave the kiddies home.
There’s definitely a way better film in this tangled mess, but “Bad Things” can’t overcome being a bad thing
A perfect combination of gore and terror, “The Last Voyage of the Demeter” is a trip you definitely want to take if you are a horror film fan.
In a contemporary world begging for AI satire, “The Pod Generation” may have actually benefited from an AI editor
As summer winds down, and you are overwhelmed by all of the “Barbieheimer” social media posts, I recommend taking the time to seek out “The Baker.” It “rises” to the occasion.
“Til Death Do Us Part” mainly works because of its cast, which is ready and willing to get covered in blood
I really enjoyed the darker side of the story. The PG-13 rating really gave it a chance to go deeper into love, loss and finding oneself. But don’t let ’em fool you, the beginning had a good portion of excellent jump scares
Overall, “Oppenheimer” is a satisfying movie that is educational, enlightening, and entertaining.
Since “Mother, May I?” leaves every question unanswered, the film in of itself is like death. As the credits roll, we’re left wondering what if and why
Overall, “Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One” is one of the two best movies of the summer season (the other being “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3”).
Though the film is not rated, it does deal with some serious issues. But it is the handling of those issues, and Asner’s performance, that make this film a must see!
I relished every brutal bloody battle, every gruesome kill, every uncomfortable moment and all the little moments of absurd world building. For fans of B-movies with hyperviolence and immoral sexuality, “Mad Heidi” is a must
Tom Cruise just turned 61 last week. But when you watch his latest action thriller you may not believe that. To call his latest “Mission Impossible’ epic “a non-stop rollercoaster ride of action” may actually be a slight.
There are multiple characters from Indiana’s past who make what are glorified cameos, but these do little to improve the story.
The cinematography, by co-DPs Roselia Hernandez and Ronn Murray, is beautiful, particular the underwater shots.
If you’re in need of a laugh – a real, genuine belly laugh – then I highly recommend “Joyride.”
That being said, it’s a true pleasure to see Indiana Jones back on the big screen, where he and his adventures belong. After all, it’s not the years. It’s the miles!
What it boils down to is the writing and an ability to maintain a high creative level that will keep the movie-going public’s interest. “The Flash” may be a victim of that fatigue, which would be disappointing as it is a truly fun summer flick in every sense.
This is a film that needs to be seen by everyone and experienced on the big screen. It is not a $100 million dollar blockbuster but you can tell that it was a real labour of love for everyone involved.
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Click here to enter to win tickets to the following advance screening below! First come first served! Wednesday, August 9th at Regal Winter Park Village at 7:30PM Synopsis: Jules follows Milton (Kingsley) who lives a quiet life of routine in a small western Pennsylvania town, but finds his day upended when a UFO and its extra-terrestrial passenger crash land …