Showing posts from September, 2019

Adam Egypt Mortimer talks 'Daniel Isn't Real' and finding creativity in anxiety

Fly Fidelity sat down with director Adam Egypt Mortimer to pick apart his second feature Daniel Isn't Real. The latest release from SpectreVision is currently performing a festival run with an upcoming theatrical and bluray release from Arrow Video, to be announced. We discussed it's origins and production, working with Patrick Schwarzenegger, obsessing over it's visual design and more!

Stringing Together a Nightmare: How the Black String Pulls Horror from Suburbia

We caught up with writer/director Brian Hanson and actor/co-writer Richard Handley to discuss The Black String, a film which recalls the hey day of the American paranoia Thriller, featuring an authentic inner howl and a collapsing of soul performance from Frankie Muniz. 

30 years of Brian Yuzna's grotesque satire, Society

It's been 30 years today since the first UK cinema release of Brian Yuzna's grotesque satire, Society. To celebrate we're sharing an interview we did with it's lead Billy Warlock 2 years ago. Watch listen to it here.

Director Henry Jacobson talks Bloodline and the house that Jason Blum built

HENRY JACOBSON's directorial debut, Bloodline, presents itself as a duality of sorts. Shot on the heels of him becoming a father, his first narrative feature, which comes out this week, ties his "bloodline" to a long lineage of cinematic influences. "I think there is a certain scariness and horror in birth and we wanted to confront that", he explains outside the Prince Charles cinema, following the UK premiere of Bloodline. "Having the birth of my son happen when I was making the film, has been one of the most beautiful and complicated and challenging but wonderful couple of years" he concludes. Featuring a seldom seen performance from Sean William Scott, Bloodline is a high grade thriller, that points to the tradition of hard boiled crime fiction used in Noir and expands on the tension building in Giallo films. I talked to Henry at length about it's production and the house that Jason Blumhouse built.

Trevor Gureckis Talks Scoring Music For Thriller, Bloodline

After seeing the directors cut UK premiere at Arrow Frightfest last month, composer and producer Trevor Gureckis took time out to discuss scoring Bloodline, the upcoming Blumhouse Thriller, before it's release next week via Momentum Pictures.

Review: Black Milk 'Dive'

Curtis Eugene Cross has always been about the music. Whether his fashion has changed or the
approach to creation (from a more electronic affair to full blown instrumentation), the man known as
Black Milk has always been about the music. And when it is about the music, rarely will the music suffer. And it must be said that, if anything, Black Milk has been consistent. With that said, we need to add Dive up there with his ability to remain consistent.

Dive serves as an “black inspiration” album of sorts. Whatever he makes of situations are either
to teach or to motivate. Take the first track off of the album: it is entitled “Save Yourself”. Take a listen to “Swimm” and you will see where I get these ideas from: that song is beautifully enticing as it is enthralling with its positive messages and massaging rhythms. Even the hard hitting “If U Say” takes the same route while BJ The Chicago Kid kills his singing routine. With a tracklist that is only 11 songs, there is very little room for…