“Being Human” Interview Series

“Being Human” is a re-imagining of the acclaimed BBC original series that follows three 20-something roommates: A ghost, a vampire and a werewolf who are struggling to keep their dark secrets from the world, while also helping each other navigate the complexities of living double lives.

The series stars Sam Witwer (“Smallville”, “Battlestar Galactica”), Meaghan Rath (“The Assistants”), Sam Huntington (“Fanboys”, “Superman Returns”) and Mark Pellegrino (“Lost”, “Supernatural”).

Movie Mikes is a huge fan of this series and was lucky enough to conduct an interview series to cover this show. If you haven’t seen it yet…make sure you set your DVR’s to catch this great new show Mondays at 9pm EST on Syfy. I hope you enjoy these interviews as much as we did doing them. Feel free to leave comments!

Meaghan Rath

Mark Pellegrino

Sam Huntington

Sam Witwer
Sarah Allen

MovieMikes’ “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” Interview Series

I sometimes wonder what the world would be like without the “Star Wars” universe?  “Star Wars” is part of everyone’s life, whether they saw it in the theaters back in ’77 or if they currently have kids watching the “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” on Cartoon Network. After the last film in the saga “Revenge of the Sith” was released in 2005, “Star Wars” fans were ready for more.  “The Clone Wars” premiered in 2008 on Cartoon Network and has aired nearing 70 episodes already. Season three recently aired, which it is by far the best season yet and no end is in sight.  The last season of the show is taking the “Star Wars” universe into a place it has never been before.  It is all new ground for fans and it has us anxiously waiting each week for what will be unveiled. Season four is already set to air Fall 2011 and is set to expand the “Star Wars” universe even further.

Movie Mikes is proud to bring you our most exclusive interview series to date with the cast of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”.  Feel free to let us know what you think and let us know who you would like us to interview from the show.  We will be adding new interviews each week to feed your yearn for “Star Wars” knowledge, so stay tuned.

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Ashley Eckstein

James Arnold Taylor

Sam Witwer

Tom Kane

GWAR Band Interview Series

GWAR has always been one of my favorite bands. But it wasn’t always about the music, it was about their costumes and makeup. Something about them separated them from most other bands. This is dating back to 1988, when it was not as common to dress up ala Slipknot or Mushroomhead. GWAR’s sound has always been unique and their concert experiences are one of a kind. Movie Mikes was lucky enough to get a chance to chat with each of the band members from GWAR. You can read each interview below.


"Monsters" Interviews Series with Gareth Edwards, Jon Hopkins, Scoot McNairy & Whitney Able

October is usually swarmed by horror/sci-fi genre movies, some are good…most are not. This October, we have had the following genre films released, “Case 39”, “My Soul to Take” and “Let Me In”…so far all disappointing. We only have “Paranormal Activity 2” and “Saw 3D” to finish off the month, expectations are weary. Luckily for us “Monsters” is also being released. It is a micro-budgeted film from first time director and visual effects artist Gareth Edwards…and it kicks ass!

“Monsters” is easily one of the best films I have seen this fall – Click here to read my review.  Movie Mikes has had the chance to interview the cast and crew from the film.


This film is following the footsteps of other low budget sci-fi films like “Cloverfield” and the upcoming “Skyline”, very small budget but high production value. The film was made for around $100,000 dollars and with another $400,000 spent in post production. The film itself has computer graphic effects that could easily pass for a multi-million dollar film.

The cast in the film features actually real life husband and wife, Scoot McNairy and Whitney Able. Their chemistry in the film is so fantastic and you find yourself memorized watching these characters. Jon Hopkins composed and performed the score for the film, which is so fantastic. Jon’s music sets the mood for the whole film and really makes the film move well. I cannot wait until they release the score on iTunes, it is a must buy for movie score fans!

The film is set for US release on October 29, 2010. Make sure you go out and support the film and all independent movies. Check out the trailer below for those who are not familiar with this gem.