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9 items from 2015

Movie Review – The Diabolical (2015)

27 September 2015 12:55 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Diabolical, 2015.

Directed by Alistair Legrand.

Starring Ali Larter, Max Rose, Chloe Perrin, Patrick Fischler and Arjun Gupta.


Madison, a single mother, and her children, are awoken nightly by an increasingly strange and intense presence. She seeks help from her scientist boyfriend Nikolai, who begins a hunt to destroy the violent spirit that paranormal experts are too frightened to take on.

The haunted house and the terrorized family sub-genre has become one of the most lucrative – and therefore one of the most exploited – categories in modern motion pictures. It really became personified by the original The Amityville Horror (1979), with its solid build up to a chaotic meltdown that defined the central characters, and since then, the genre has gone through the roof with haunted families and terrorized houses (or is the other way around?) with everything from Poltergeist, to Insidious, and even more recently and obscurely with titles like The Pact, »

- Gary Collinson

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2015 San Diego Comic-Con Coverage: Justice League: Gods and Monsters Interviews

17 July 2015 1:35 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

As part of our 2015 San Diego Comic-Con International coverage, david j. moore chats with Justice League: Gods and Monsters director Sam Liu, writer Alan Burnett and voice actors Paget Brewster and Tamara Taylor

The DC Universe original movie Justice League: Gods and Monsters (out on DVD and Blu Ray July 28th From Warner Bros.) flip-flops DC’s stable characters by throwing them all in an alternate universe where they are not their famous, Justice-seeking selves. Instead, the characters are given vastly different identities (Batman, for example, is a vampire), and they become involved in a conspiracy that casts them in a dark, sinister light. At 2015’s San Diego Comic Con, several key members of the cast and crew were on hand to discuss their involvement with the film. Amongst those interviewed for this article are director Sam Liu (Superman/Batman: Public Enemies), writer/producer Alan Burnett (Batman: Mask of the Phantasm »

- Gary Collinson

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Interview: Director Jose Manuel Cravioto on Bound to Vengeance

28 June 2015 1:15 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

david j. moore chats with Bound to Vengeance director Jose Manuel Cravioto

A hybrid action thriller/horror slasher, Jose Manuel Cravioto’s Bound to Vengeance follows young Eve (played by Tina Ivlev) as she wakes up tied and bound in a dingy basement, with her captor (played by genre veteran Richard Tyson) looming over her, but in a split second, she turns the tables and she frees herself, taking her captor with her on a night-long odyssey to free others like her. Her journey is fraught with unexpected perils and mistakes as she sometimes kills the wrong people on her quest, but as she’s “bound to vengeance,” her trek through the underbelly of the night yields results hard-earned. Here in an exclusive interview with Flickering Myth, director Cravioto discusses his involvement with the film.

david j. moore: What attracted you to the script for Bound to Vengeance?

Jose Manuel Cravioto »

- Gary Collinson

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Interview: Director David Gordon Green on Manglehorn

21 June 2015 2:53 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

david j. moore chats with Manglehorn director David Gordon Green

One of the most interesting filmmakers working today, David Gordon Green has worked up an impressive list of films to his credit. He started with the true indie films George Washington (2000), All the Real Girls (2003), and Undertow (2004), and moved into studio-driven films like Pineapple Express (2008), Your Highness (2011), and The Sitter (2011), and he has segued back to indie fare like Prince Avalanche (2013), Joe (2013), and now with his latest, Manglehorn, starring Al Pacino and Holly Hunter. Pacino stars in a challenging role as a lonely locksmith, stuck in a memory of a past love, and when he meets a lovely bank teller (played by Hunter), his life veers in a different direction. Set in and around Austin, Texas, the film is a highly unusual drama from a filmmaker at the peak of his powers. (Manglehorn is currently in theaters throughout the U. »

- Gary Collinson

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Love and Mercy press conference

4 June 2015 7:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

david j. moore reports from the Love and Mercy press conference…

Love and Mercy, the new film from Lionsgate, tells the story of two separate eras of the life of Brian Wilson, of the Beach Boys. One period is set during Brian’s creative strides in the 1960’s as he creates the albums Pet Sounds and Smile, and Brian (played in that era by Paul Dano) is struggling with the onsets of psychosis. Years later, Brian (played in the 1980’s by John Cusack) is under the overbearing care of Dr. Eugene Landy (Paul Giamatti), who interferes with Brian’s burgeoning romantic relationship with Melinda Ledbetter (Elizabeth Banks), the only hope Brian has of breaking free of Dr. Landy’s prison-like care. Directed by Bill Pohland (a producer of 12 Years a Slave and Into the Wild), written by Oren Moverman (Rampart), and produced by Claire Rudnick Polstein (August: Osage County), Love »

- Gary Collinson

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Interview: Pollyanna McIntosh on Let Us Prey

23 May 2015 1:28 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

david j. moore chats with Pollyanna McIntosh, star of Let Us Prey

The Scottish / Irish co-production Let Us Prey (out on DVD and Blu-ray May 26th in the U.S.) is a hardcore horror / action hybrid that pits the devil himself (played by Liam Cunningham from Game of Thrones)against a handful of sinful policemen and criminals, whose day of judgment is upon them. With only a single policewoman named Rachel (played by Pollyanna McIntosh from The Woman) without a guilty conscience to stand up to him, the devil will have a hell of a night reaping souls. Part homage to John Carpenter’s Assault on Precinct 13, and part occult thriller with heaping doses of blood and gore, Let Us Prey will appeal to fans of both horror and action, and the film’s star McIntosh takes time to discuss her role in the film here.

david j. moore: »

- Gary Collinson

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Movie Review – Maggie (2015)

23 April 2015 11:30 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Maggie, 2015.

Directed by Henry Hobson

Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Abigail Breslin and Joely Richardson.


A teenage girl in the Midwest becomes infected by an outbreak of a disease that slowly turns the infected into cannibalistic zombies. During her transformation, her loving father stays by her side.

The world is in the midst of an apocalypse the media has dubbed “The Turn,” in which much of humanity has succumbed to a “necro-ambulant” condition … a scientific way of saying that people everywhere are turning into flesh-rotting zombies. Martial law is declared, countries are on lockdown, and if you’re bitten by one of the walking dead you’re closely watched by family members over the course of about two weeks, after which time you are either terminated by a loved one or interred into a mass holding pen, a filthy quarantine zone where zombies are free to munch on each other until they completely phase out. »

- Gary Collinson

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Interview: Director Rob Baard talks The Ninja Immovable Heart

24 March 2015 12:20 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

david j. moore chats with The Ninja Immovable Heart director and star Rob Baard

The endurance of the ninja genre is evident in 2015 with Rob Baard’s debut feature film The Ninja Immovable Heart, currently out on DVD across the Us (and out in the UK as Ninja on April 20). Baard, a 4th degree black belt in ninjutsu, has worked for years building up a ninja-based online universe. With his extensive knowledge of the art of ninjutsu serving as a foundation for his direct-to-video action superhero film, Baard is featured as a captured ninja named Reeve, struggling to unlock his dormant powers. The low budget picture features an extending cameo by top-billed Danny Glover (from the Lethal Weapon franchise), but it is Baard (who serves as writer, director, and producer) who emerges as the real star of the film.

david j. moore: Talk a little about your inspirations for making The Ninja Immovable Heart. »

- Gary Collinson

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Interview with Joe Lynch, director of Everly

2 January 2015 5:20 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

david j. moore chats with Joe Lynch, director of Everly

Writer/director Joe Lynch has distinguished his filmmaking career by taking projects that are fairly different than one another. From the underrated Wrong Turn 2: Dead End (2007) to Knights of Badassdom (2013), and finally to this year’s Everly, Lynch seems determined to keep himself fresh by not sticking to a single genre. Everly, which stars Salma Hayek as a woman trapped in her apartment while her Yakuza boyfriend sends a legion of killers to murder her before she can talk to the FBI, is Lynch’s latest exercise in stylish genre filmmaking.

david j. moore: You’ve dabbled in different genres. I remember when I saw Wrong Turn 2, I was pretty surprised that it was as good as it was.

Joe Lynch: It kind of snuck up on people. They were expecting it to be a straight-to-video knock off of the original film, »

- Gary Collinson

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