Tweet Those of you who read my review of Bastard/my interview with Rebekah Kennedy know how much I loved that movie. It’s really impressive as a first feature length film. And it’s much more fun for me to interview the directors, Patrick R. Young (also the writer) and Powell Robinson than it is for me to study […]
Tweet I’ve talked to you about Powell Robinson and Patrick R. Young’s Bastard on and off during the year. Well thanks to After Dark Films, I finally got to see it, so here I have a whole bunch of great stuff: trailers, an interview with Rebekah Kennedy, who plays Betty in the film, a 10-minute (almost) webisode, […]
Tweet So a couple of days ago, I posted my review of the super awesome Blood Punch, and then I got to do an interview with Milo Cawthorne and Olivia Tennet, who played Milton and Skyler (respectively-do I need to type that? Well, I did anyway). So without further ado, read on to find out what […]
Tweet So I recently watched and reviewed Dollface, the latest from director Tommy Faircloth (which, incidentally, is out on DVD and VOD September 15th). I also got to ask him six questions, and I got six answers. Here they are: Dollface is the sequel to 1996’s Crinoline Head. Why did it take almost twenty years to make a sequel? […]
Tweet Going into an interview for the film FELT, I expected a candid interview with the star and director, but I got something not just candid, but brutally honest. Be sure to check out my review of the film and then head out to the film when it’s available in your area (showtimes available at […]
Tweet So last week, I did a phone interview with Estranged‘s Simon Quarterman (who will also be appearing in the very awesome Westworld that will premier on HBO I believe next year). As you know, I really prefer to let people be heard in their own words, so I present to you the audio recording of our conversation, […]
Tweet Georgia based filmmaker Jim Bickert embodies so many things we’ve love about film. His first feature, Dear God No!, was universally loved by our staff. We’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of his second feature, Frankenstein Created Bikers…but it doesn’t come that easily. Bickert is embarking on a film that will embody everything beautiful […]
Tweet Well we are here. Today is the last day of the “There Goes Da Neighba’hood” Indiegogo Campaign. Despite the lack of all of you so called “fans” that have love for our beloved murderin’, thievin’, white girl rapin’ black puppet, we garnered just enough money to start Plan B of the forthcoming TV Sitcom. So for all of you […]
Tweet Hello again Brothers and Sisters of the Psychotronic Video World! Bill here again, having sat down (so to speak) with Dustin Mills, an exciting indie filmmaker from, like everything good in horror, Ohio (most of the Blood Sprayer staff is composed of Ohioans – there’s your trivia for the day). Dustin makes films at […]
Pardon me while I excitedly squeal and foam at the mouth over getting to talk with one of my favorite living authors.
Who’s that dragging bodies through the woods by their large intestines?
“Dear Bloodsprayer, I never thought this would happen to me, but recently, I had an experience I just had to tell you about. I had the opportunity to interview Robert Rosen, author of “Beaver Street!”
Vincent Gallo, piss collecting, and paid vacation all come up in this conversation. It’s your job to figure out how they’re related…
Find out what’s Black and White and Read all over…