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Blog, News Chrissie Harper, Monsters, Vamporama Films, William Hayes
06/10/2018 Steve Green Comments Closed
There’s a new project in the pipeline at Vamporama Films: a gothic short entitled Monsters, to be directed by Chrissie Harper from a script she’s conjured out of a story idea of mine. Taking the lead role will be William Hayes, who mesmerised the audience at our special screening event in October. More news soon, but for now, here’s a detail from one of Chrissie’s storyboards.
Blog, News Chrissie Harper, Festival of Fantastic Films, Manchester, The Forbidden Lady
05/06/2018 Steve Green Comments Closed
I interviewed the actress Dagmar Lassander at the 2016 Festival of Fantastic Films in Manchester. I can’t say too much at the moment, but my colleague Chrissie Harper is currently editing footage from our conversation on stage into a short documentary, under the working title The Forbidden Lady. More news soon as I’m able to announce it.
Blog, News Attack of the Adult Babies, Dominic Brunt, FrightFest, Ginger Nuts of Horror, Joanne Mitchell, Nucleus Films, The Dark Side
04/29/2018 Steve Green Comments Closed
Had a highly entertaining conversation with actor/director Dominic Brunt on Thursday, followed up two days later by a short chat with his wife and regular collaborator Joanne Mitchell. The topic was their movie Attack of the Adult Babies, which gets its DVD and Blu-ray release from Nucleus Films on 11 June. Touch wood, my feature will appear in Dark Side shortly afterwards.
Photo (c) Ginger Nuts of Horror
Blog, News Borley Rectory, Rick Melton, The Dark Side
04/14/2018 Steve Green Comments Closed
Here’s the cover for The Dark Side #192, due out in 11 days. Pity Rick Melton’s artwork obscures the plug for my Borley Rectory feature.
Blog, Memoir, News Blood Reign, Home Cooking
04/13/2018 Steve Green Comments Closed
It’s been a while since I had any fiction in print, but my (very) short story ‘Home Cooking’ is in the April edition of the American horror quarterly Blood Reign. More details here.
Blog, News Ashley Thorpe, Borley Rectory, The Dark Side
04/12/2018 Steve Green Comments Closed
Here’s a teaser for the Borley Rectory feature from Dark Side #192, due out on 10 May.
Blog, News All Bad Things, Ann Green, Chrissie Harper, Club Vamporama, Hail Cthulhu!, IMDb, In Conversation With, Jenny Hanley, Network 23, Vamporama Films, Who is Bette Noir?
03/26/2018 Steve Green Comments Closed
Freshly updated, with all of the Vamporama Films releases now shown.
Blog, Memoir, News Birmingham, Birmingham Horror Group, Bloody Psycho, Chrissie Harper, Giovanni Simonelli, Simon O'Neill, The Man With My Name, The Victoria
03/19/2018 Steve Green Comments Closed
The Birmingham Horror Group held its second ‘Mini-Movie Marathon’ last night, at the Victoria pub in the heart of the city’s theatre district. One of the evening’s unexpected pleasures was meeting and hanging out with Irish filmmaker Simon O’Neill, who’d flown in from Dublin to represent The Man With My Name, his documentary on Italian screenwriter Giovanni Simonelli (A Cat in the Brain, Bloody Psycho).
Photo by Chrissie Harper
Blog, Memoir, News Aliens, Chrissie Harper, Dark Angel, Hilton Metropole Birmingham, James Cameron, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Michael Biehn, The Girl, The Terminator, The Victim
03/15/2018 Steve Green Comments Closed
Apologies for the frightful pun above, but here’s a shot of myself with actor-writer-director Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens) and his wife, actor-producer-director Jennifer Blanc-Biehn (Dark Angel, The Girl). We’d just finished a lengthy interview at the Hilton Metropole Birmingham, which ranged from their separate experiences working with James Cameron to collaborating on The Victim.
Photo by Chrissie Harper
Blog, News Doctor Who, Infinity, Keith Barnfather, Myth Makers, The Dark Side
Currently working on my inaugural feature for Infinity, sister magazine to The Dark Side. It’s a profile of Myth Makers, the long-running series of video interviews with key personnel in the Doctor Who universe. I’m currently liaising with founder and producer Keith Barnfather, as well as a number of writers and actors who’ve been involved in both the show and this series of fantastic archive conversations. More details soon.