12/20/2016 Steve Green Comments Closed
News Allan Bryce, Boris Karloff, Bride of Frankenstein, Chez Chrissie, Chrissie Harper, Colin Clive, Elsa Lanchester, Frankenstein, Franketstein, Patreon, The Dark Side, The Lighter Side, webcomics
12/19/2016 Steve Green Comments Closed
Didn’t pick up the November issue of Britain’s longest-running horror magazine, The Dark Side? In that case, you’ll have missed the first instalment of what could become a regular comic strip if we can just persuade editor Allan Bryce he has room.
The artwork’s by my regular collaborator Chrissie Harper (you can see more recent illustrations at her own website, Chez Chrissie, where you can also support Chrissie’s webcomics via her Patreon page). The idea is to lampoon a different horror or science fiction movie each time, and we’ll be concentrating on older films because too many of the more recent releases are already laughable without any input from us.
Anyway, if you like this debut effort, particularly if you’re a regular Dark Side reader, please let Allan know via email@example.com.
Blu-ray / DVD Reviews Anthony White, Arrow Films, Charles Bornstein, Christopher Lee, Deliverance, Graham Humphreys, Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf, Joe Dante, Left Films, Philippe Mora, Reb Brown, Scott Wheeler, Short Cuts to Hell, Steve Johnson, Steve Parsons, Sybil Danning, The Dark Side, The Devil's Woods, The Wicker Man
12/15/2016 Steve Green Comments Closed
[Published in The Dark Side #180. December 2016.]
News Big Centre TV, Chrissie Harper, Edith Scob, Festival of Fantastic Films, Grindhouse Planet Film Festival, Made In Birmingham TV, Marc Hamill, Norman J Warren, YouTube
12/12/2016 Steve Green Comments Closed
Rose of Eibon’s YouTube channel has been further updated to include my first three appearances on Made In Birmingham TV, successor to Big Centre TV. These comprise interviews with actress Edith Scob (12 November), movie director Norman J Warren (3 December) and film-maker turned festival organiser Marc Hamill (10 December). An extended version of the last of these is currently in the works.
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[On-set photographs courtesy of Chrissie Harper]
Rose of Eibon’s YouTube channel has been extensively updated recently, and now includes all five of my appearances on Big Centre TV’s The Big Picture: my debut on 22 July, in conversation with presenter Carl Jones; my and Chrissie Harper’s reports for the show, filmed at Birmingham’s Mockingbird Theatre (27 September), Blue Orange Theatre (18 October), Flatpack Film Festival (11 October) and, down at London’s Bleeding Heart Tavern, an extract from my lengthy chat with FrightFest organiser Alan Jones (31 October).