Nightbeasts a new horror thriller coming soon , written and directed by Wes Sullivan. The movie dives into the legend of Sasquatch or bigfoot as it is commonly called. Not only does Wes enjoy his job as writer and director, but he researched the legend of Sasquatch and even from the Native American Indians, whom have many stories of the beast the walks, or the creature of the night.
We have the chance to talk with Wes about his style, his passion and the willingness to be not only the man behind the camera, but the man with pen in hand, to take queues from the cast members and create a story that should not only entertain, inform but also scare the hell out of you at some point. Wes does not go for the juglar vein but you will find out from our interview there are a few surprises in this movie. I avoid spoilers and we know the public will love to see Nightbeasts when the movie is released hopefully in the near future.
Michael Wandmacher the composer of the soundtrack behind Punisher War Zone in theaters Dec , 5 2008 and My Bloody Valentine Sits down with iscifi.tv to talk about his work, the fires in L.A and his video game playing as well.
Theresa Mather has been a professional artist since 1989. She sat down with iSCIFI.tv and talked about how one creates and collects art and what influenced her to start and continue to create some very cool artwork.
From Sylar to Spock , and “24” Zachary Quinto is a man of many talents. His style today reminds me of a young Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent. Zach asked that no photo were taken, but we do have this segment on video as well for later publication. I asked him about his discipline of a stage actor to a big screen and television actor and how it all meshes together.
Zachary Won Gene Kelly Award in High School for his part as General in Pirates of Penzance, and now has quite a following in the science fiction fan base.
He has always been someone I wanted to meet, he has played great charaters like Jayne Cobb (“Firefly”), John Casey (“Chuck”), Capt. Wilkins in The Patriot with Mel Gibson. Meeting Adam was great, I was bit nervous and muddled my way through this segment. When adam walked into the room, his 6 foot 4 frame filled the doorway!, he stated with his sarcastic whit he has ‘ damn, is it hot enough in here..’ , we were crammed into a hotel suite in the corner and in the middle of the day it was a bit warm. My co-host Christine, was so jazzed to meet Adam it was like being in high school all over again, she has 100s of questions to ask but when Adam walked in she turned white like a ghost.
Enjoy this segment recorded while at StarFest in Denver Colorado.
We had a chance to talk with Mr. Elia Cmiral, a composer of many fantasy and horror films and television programs. His style is strang, cool and makes your hair stand up. Listen in and find out how this amazing Composer has the ability to drive emotion into his music and is able to tell a story using audio only.
This episode includes some un released tracks from Tooth and Nail and The Deaths of Ian stone soundtracks. A special thanks to Costa Communications for providing the promotional material and getting us in contact with Mr Cmiral.
Thomas Ward is a very talented man who loves fantasy, fiction and total silliness. He and I (mr hnack) met on another podcasting show and I got to sit down with him and listen to several of his voices and how he comes up with some of this. It was a great interview and I laughed too many times while doing it, so enjoy!