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Interview: Linnea Quigley comes to Chicago for Return of the Living Dead 30th Anniversary

Interview: Linnea Quigley comes to Chicago for Return of the Living Dead 30th Anniversary

| December 9, 2015

Dec. 12, 2015 – Brew & View at The Vic Theater, Chicago Linnea Quigley will be appearing at Brew & View at The Vic Theater (brewview.com) on Dec. 12 in Chicago for a 30th Anniversary screening of the Dan O’Bannon-scripted horror-comedy Return of the Living Dead. Linnea will do a Q & A after the film, […]

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The Chicago International Film Festival Celebrates 51 years

The Chicago International Film Festival Celebrates 51 years

| October 16, 2015

The Chicago International Film Festival kicked off its 51st edition with the critically-acclaimed Opening Night Presentation of Mia Madre at the historic Auditorium Theatre with a celebratory cocktail reception immediately following at the Wit hotel on the evening of October 15th. Audiences at the theatre were treated to a special musical performance by Chicago’s own Terisa Griffin, who competed on season three of NBC’s The Voice, as well […]

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Interview with Demons star Geretta Geretta, appearing at The Massacre on Oct. 17

Interview with Demons star Geretta Geretta, appearing at The Massacre on Oct. 17

| October 8, 2015

On Oct. 17, Geretta Geretta, the star of the classic Italian horror film, Demons (directed by Lamberto Bava and produced by Dario Argento), will make her first Chicago appearance for a special, 30th anniversary screening of Demons at Chicago’s fantastic 24-hour-horror-movie-marathon, The Massacre (Oct. 17, Patio Theater).  If you’ve never been to The Massacre, it’s an absolute must, boasting 24 […]

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Hollywood Power Couple’s Change of Pace: EXCLUSIVE Walter Parkes and Laurie McDonald/He Named me Malala Interview by Paul Fischer in Los Angeles.

Hollywood Power Couple’s Change of Pace: EXCLUSIVE Walter Parkes and Laurie McDonald/He Named me Malala Interview by Paul Fischer in Los Angeles.

| October 5, 2015

Walter Parkes and Laurie McDonald in many ways typify the old fashioned Hollywood producer. Over the years they’ve produced some of the biggest films from the Men in Black films to Spielberg’s Catch me if you Can and The Terminal to Ridley Scott’s Gladiator. So it came as something of a surprise to learn of […]

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Zombie Culture and its Evolution

Zombie Culture and its Evolution

| September 2, 2015

On Sunday, August 23rd, AMC’s The Walking Dead companion program Fear the Walking Dead premiered in front of over ten million loyal viewers, making it the most-watched cable TV premiere of all time. This goes to show how horror, thriller, and drama fans alike have not yet tired of the world of walkers and all […]

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Fantastic Four Members Ranked

Fantastic Four Members Ranked

| August 12, 2015

Sci-fi fans are in for a treat in the Summer of 2015, with the brand new Fantastic Four film hitting the big screen on 6th August. With brand new director Josh Trank of Chronicles taking the helm and a brand new cast filling in the roles of The Four, we can expect a high octane version to […]

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe Timeline

The Marvel Cinematic Universe Timeline

| June 26, 2015

I was listening to the new episode of The Marvel Cinematic Universe Podcast yesterday and the topic of the MCU chronology came up.  It’s interesting to examine as Marvel so far has consistently maintained ambiguity concerning when certain chapters of their universe take place in relation to others.  Below is the order as I see […]

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Interview with Jack Sholder, Director of Nightmare on Elm Street 2

Interview with Jack Sholder, Director of Nightmare on Elm Street 2

| April 13, 2015

Jack Sholder, the acclaimed director of such beloved genre classics as Alone in the Dark, The Hidden and A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 will be making his first Chicago appearance at the Sci-Fi Spectacular (facebook.com/terrorintheaisles)—Saturday, April 18, 2015 at The Patio Theater—for a Q & A and a rare screening of one of the best films […]

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FilmMonthly talks to Director Keith Purvis about his film, Travis and Tabitha.

FilmMonthly talks to Director Keith Purvis about his film, Travis and Tabitha.

| January 7, 2015

We had the privilege in conducting this interview with first-time filmmaker Keith Purvis, about his film, Travis & Tabitha. He’s currently in the midst of a Indiegogo campaign, in order to finalize the film about 20 somethings in the city of Chicago, as they find out about each other and themselves. FilmMonthly: What is your […]

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Interview with Chopping Mall Director Jim Wynorski, Guest of this Year’s Massacre in Chicago

Interview with Chopping Mall Director Jim Wynorski, Guest of this Year’s Massacre in Chicago

| October 15, 2014

With 100’s of beloved cult films in his eclectic oeuvre, Jim Wynorski has been providing fodder for fan boy dreams for over 25 years. Happily, Chopping Mall, one of his most cherished titles, will be presented this Saturday, October 18th, at The Massacre in Chicago. Wynorski, who will be present at the event, recently spoke […]

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