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Exclusive Interview: Todd Farmer

Exclusive Interview: Todd Farmer

Todd Farmer was a struggling writer when he was hired to develop the screenplay for the tenth Friday the 13th movie. Set in twenty-fifth century deep space, Jason X saw the franchise receive a big budget makeover (although the subsequent sequels would be even more high tech) and Jason Voorhees left behind Crystal Lake for […]

Exclusive Interview: David Kopp

Exclusive Interview: David Kopp

Rising Canadian actor David Kopp was twenty-four when he was cast as Blake, the best friend of arrogant jock Trey (Jesse Hutch), in the long-awaited crossover Freddy vs. Jason. This had followed minor roles in Romeo Must Die and Josie and the Pussycats, as well as the cult science fiction show Stargate SG-1. Since being […]

Exclusive Interview: Ron Millkie

Exclusive Interview: Ron Millkie

Following a service in the Air Force, Ron Millkie found his way into acting with a prodcuction of West Side Story, before relocating to New York to pursue a career on screen. Having collaborated with director Sean S. Cunningham on an industrial film, Millkie saw an advert for Friday the 13th in a newspaper and […]

Exclusive Interview: John Carl Buechler

Exclusive Interview: John Carl Buechler

An alumni of both Roger Corman’s New World Pictures and Charles Band’s Empire, special make-up effects artist John Carl Buechler first entered the movie industry in the late 1970s and would soon attract a following for his work on Forbidden World and Deathstalker. But arguably his most successful era came a few years later when […]

Exclusive Interview: Victor Miller

Exclusive Interview: Victor Miller

Screenwriter Victor Miller first made the acquaintance of independent filmmaker Sean S. Cunningham when he was hired to write a script for a sports movie in an attempt to capitalise on the recent success of the family hit The Bad News Bears. Following two attempts - Here Come the Tigers and Manny’s Orphans - Cunningham […]

Exclusive Interview: Larry Zerner

Exclusive Interview: Larry Zerner

Larry Zerner’s break into the movie industry came almost by accident when he was discovered on the streets of Los Angeles handing out tickets for a screening of George Miller’s Mad Max sequel The Road Warrior. This would lead to the eighteen year old theatre graduate landing the role of practical joker Shelly in Paramount’s […]