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Interview with ‘Plank Face’ director Scott Schirmer (Elder Fan Films)

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Indie films gives to viewers an opporttunity to wacth movies with a range of thematics and original s ideas that maybe in studios films you won’t be able to watch regullarly. Inside this wide spectrum i had the pleasure to talk with SCOTT SCHIRMER an indie filmmaker who has shot four film so far, standing out one after other, found in 2012 a recognitizion with his film “FOUND” winning many awards during its crossing in theaters. He gave me the chance to […]

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Guest Editorial: Scott Schirmer’s Lessons Learned through Indie Filmmaking (Modern Horrors)

From my perspective, 2016 was an exciting, challenging, and revealing year for indie filmmaking. Bandit Motion Pictures, the company I formed with Brian K. Williams, released its first two films and as the year ends we are on the verge of shooting our third. I attended a few film festivals, a few horror conventions, and I got to meet more filmmaking comrades-in-arms. I also talked with distributors and sales reps. And while pretty much everyone agrees the industry is in […]

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Turkish interview with ‘Headless’ director Arthur Cullipher

Yazar:Korcan Evin
“Headless” asla kendisine ait olmayan bir dünyayı arayan bir adamın yolculuğudur. Bir şamanın yer altına doğru yaptığı yolculuktur ama adam geri dönmektense insan formunda çürüyen bir ruha dönüşmek için orada kalmaya karar vermiştir.

Korku filmleri ile ilgili röportaj serüvenimin bu seferki konuğu Arthur Cullipher. Çektiği Headless adlı film aslında Found filminde yer alan kısa bir hikayenin uzun metrajlı hali. Oldukça şiddetli/sert sahneler içeren film, yamyamlık, nekrofili ögeleri üzerine kurulu ve tam bir slasher/gore türü örneği.

Headless filmini izlemeden önce konuya daha […]

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Interview with ‘Headless’ director Arthur Cullipher (Ginger Nuts of Horror)


by Alex Davis

“Well, mostly. A good magician never explains. I’m more of neutral sorcerer, so I just explain vaguely.”

In 2015 we reviewed a lot of movies, but there were very few that had the same kind of bone-crunching impact as Headless. Presented as a lost 1970s slasher, the story of our brutal, unnamed killer and his constant companion, Skull Boy, this was truly one of the most disturbing movies of the year. And we had the […]

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