My Interviews with Actors and Filmmakers

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"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
My latest interview is my second time talking to York Shackleton. We talked in 2017 about the Nicolas Cage film 211, which he directed and he has followed that up with the upcoming action film Disturbing the Peace.
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/01/13...rk-shackleton/
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"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
This week, I interviewed Brendan Meyer again, this time, for his role as Nicolas Cage's son in Color Out of Space, which comes out this Friday.
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/01/20...brendan-meyer/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
My latest interview, which I conducted an hour ago and already have it posted is with writer/director Adriana Maggs, whose biopic Goalie (the story of hockey legend Terry Sawchuk) is coming to select theaters on January 31.
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/01/22...adriana-maggs/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the TNT superhero series Witchblade based on the Top Cow comic. To coincide with the release of her new film Emerald Run, co-starring her co-star from the series David Chokachi and directed by fellow Witchblade co-star Eric Etebari, I interviewed the wielder of the blade herself, Yancy Butler.


https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/02/11...-yancy-butler/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
Last night, I interviewed David Chokachi, who takes on the lead role of the upcoming heist thriller Emerald Run and we also briefly talked about the 20th anniversary of his series Witchblade and his reuniting with co-star Yancy Butler and Eric Etebari on the new film.
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/02/13...avid-chokachi/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
My latest interview is with indie filmmaker Harley Wallen, whose films are great as he adds some great twists and turns that keeps the viewer guessing what will happen next despite the genre. His latest film, which was just released, is the horror film Agramon's Gate.

https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/02/17...harley-wallen/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
My latest interview is with actor Johnathon Schaech from That Thing You Do and other film and TV work. He co-stars in the upcoming film The Night Clerk, set for release tomorrow.
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/02/20/the-wonder-of-the-night-an-interview-with-johnathon-schaech/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
My latest interview is with Breaking Bad co-star RJ Mitte, whose new film, Carol of the Bells, was released yesterday on DVD and Digital.


https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/03/03...with-rj-mitte/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
Hey guys, so I've slowed down a bit on my blog because the pandemic has forced me to work from home until the end of April. However, I did manage to score two more interviews, one an absolute dream interview:

Benjamin Kasulke - the director of the recently released high school-set comedy-drama Banana Split. Great guy to talk to. He is also a cinematographer and had been friends with lead star Hannah Marks for years and this was the project they finally worked on together with her not only starring but co-writing.
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/03/23...jamin-kasulke/

Then two days ago, I interviewed one of my favorite horror film stars of all time, Felissa Rose, aka Angela from the original cult classic Sleepaway Camp. We talked about that film as well as two new films she appears in For Jennifer (now On Demand) and Rootwood (coming On Demand on April 7) and even went off the record about being parents dealing with the pandemic and all. An absolute honor and pleasure to talk to as well as talked about the horror film community being like a family
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/03/31...-felissa-rose/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
My latest interview is with Josh Itzkowitz, the writer and producer of the indie comedy Same Boat, which he secretly filmed while on a cruise ship with cast and crew using the same cameras people would record their vacations on.
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/04/07...osh-itzkowitz/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
My latest interviews:

Marc Meyers - director of the horror/comedy We Summon the Darkness
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/04/06...h-marc-meyers/

David Wall - star, producer, writer, and director of the indie adventure comedy Gold Dust
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/04/08...th-david-wall/

Destiny Soria - director of the soon to be completed horror film Christmas Slasher
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/04/11...destiny-soria/

The legendary Vernon Wells - actor and director extraordinaire who cameos in the recently released sci-fi drama Impact Event
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/04/14...-vernon-wells/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
My latest interviews over the course of the last few weeks:

Martha Stephens - director of To the Stars
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/04/20...rtha-stephens/
Rene Perez - microbudget filmmaker who could be the new millennium's grindhouse king with his homage to the likes of B-movies and Cannon Films
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/04/30...th-rene-perez/
Mark Schwab - writer and director behind the LGBTQ drama Crisis Hotline
https://worldfilmgeek.com/2020/05/04...h-mark-schwab/



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
Hey guys, it's been a while, from working the day job at home (which will now happen until the end of 2020) and other personal stuff, I still have sporadically worked on interviews and reviews on my blog. Here are my most recent interviews since my last post (click on the name for the interview):


Camille Keaton: the star of the exploitation classic I Spit on Your Grave and I talked about her recent film, Cry for the Bad Man, where she plays a victimized widow who fights back against a trio of redneck brothers who plan to take her house.

Craig Fairbrass: British actor who played the villain in Scott Adkins' Avengement who takes the lead role of an ex-con whose road to redemption is shattered in Villain.

Adam Horner: Actor and producer who is coming out with a trio of new horror films and has some upcoming films with good friend, actor Louis Mandylor.

Michael DeVorzon: The son of award-winning composer Barry DeVorzon, Michael stars in the recently released Fast and Fierce: Death Race opposite rap legend DMX for the Asylum (interesting note, the film had another original title before the rip-off change)

Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott: In 2017, I got to talk to this duo about the underrated action film Bushwick. This time, we talked about their latest film Becky, which sees Kevin James break type as an insane killer.

Agnieszka Holland: Legendary director of Europa Europa whose latest film, Mr. Jones, talks not only about the Holomodar in 1930s Soviet Union, but the horrors of media and propaganda.