4 items from 2015
I knew I liked the directing team of Moorhead & Benson even before I talked with them. Their new movie Spring blew me away when I saw it at Fantastic Fest in Austin this past September, but when I saw writer and co-director Justin Benson sitting with a coffee mug bearing the face of my long time celebrity crush Eva Green (something he got as a gift from the director of Cockneys Vs. Zombies), I knew this was going to be a good interview. Now with a full cup of coffee in my own mug that sported a silhouette of the Frankenstein creature, Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead, and I embarked on a long journey discussing monsters, love, Alan Moore, their upcoming Aleister Crowley film, and riding bikes around Cannes in $25 suits.
Talk about the process of writing, making, and getting Spring released
- Michael Haffner
There isn’t much that can be said regarding the directing duo of Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead. Since they arrived on the scene with one hell of a debut, Resolution, the buzz has continually grown around the duo, and well, it’s all been well deserved. Easily two of the most talented storytellers in the genre, they’ve now returned with Spring (review), which is one of the best romantic horror films ever created, and quite easily my favorite film of the year thus far. Always accommodating, Benson & Moorhead were both nice enough to chat with Icons of Fright for a bit, regarding Spring, and their next project as well. Read on, and be sure to check out Spring, which is not in theaters/VOD/iTunes!
Moorhead: Hey! Good moring Jerry.
Icons: How’s it going guys?
Moorhead: It’s going good.
Sorry if I’m a bit behind, my »
- Jerry Smith
Ah, Terror of the Zygons. The Fourth Doctor serial which saw him up in the Highlands, battling the Loch Ness Monster and gruesome orange aliens with a penchant for spying on Angus Lennie. It’s quite a beloved storyline. And then there’s that exchange between the Brigadier and Sarah… Sarah: Though I didn’t expect to see you...
The post The Lethbridge-Stewart Ancestry: Why The Brigadier Isn’t Actually Scottish appeared first on Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews. »
- Philip Bates
“Live Long and Prosper,” Mr. Spock.
Sad new today, fellow Movie Geeks. Star Trek legend, Leonard Nimoy has sadly passed away. Nimoy’s son, Adam Nimoy, said the actor died Friday of end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at his Los Angeles home. He was 83.
We are deeply saddened to report the passing of Leonard Nimoy. He died this morning at the age of 83 #Llap pic.twitter.com/M5994t9HIL
— Star Trek (@StarTrek) February 27, 2015
After “Star Trek” ended, the actor immediately joined the hit adventure series “Mission Impossible” as Paris, the mission team’s master of disguises.
From 1976 to 1982 he hosted the syndicated TV series “In Search of … ” which attempted to probe such mysteries as the legend of the Loch Ness Monster and the disappearance of aviator Amelia Earhart.
- Movie Geeks
4 items from 2015
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