Rob Zombie

The Corpse Keeper August 19, 2003 Through three studios in as many years, rockin’ Rob Zombie weathered his own hellacious "Project Red Light" before creating a box office love connection for Lions Gate with House of 1000 Corpses. Now that his ode to old-school horror hits DVD, the least of his worries are NC-17 leery […]

Andy Sidaris

Also see The Films of Andy Sidaris Bullets, Bombs and Babes October 25, 2002 "The family who does explosions together — stays together!" So proclaims famed breast auteur and CineSchlocker idol Andy Sidaris, who with wife, Arlene, and son, Drew, has brought a DOZEN guns ‘n’ babes epics to the screen since 1985. Now that […]

Herschell Gordon Lewis

The Godfather of Gore April 27, 2001 Part of what makes Herschell Gordon Lewis so fascinating is that he’s really two people. Fans and detractors alike describe him as The Godfather of Gore due to his gruesome exploits as a ’60s drive-in titan. While, to the button-down business world he’s a direct-marketing guru and all-around […]

Austin Pendleton

Little fish, Big fish November 4, 2003 Chances are you know Austin Pendleton even if you think you don’t. The bespectacled character actor’s slight frame, toothy grin and nervous stammer have endeared him as a film and television fixture for more than 30 years now. He’s worked alongside everyone from Orson Welles to Shirley MacLaine […]

Misty Mundae

January 18, 2001 Misty Mundae may look like the doe-eyed flower child next door, yet she’s just as at ease donning sinfully-snug fetishware and kicking Nazi keister in her double-barrel spoof of video vixen Lara Croft. Maybe more so! Sleaze auteur William Hellfire introduced Ms. Mundae in I Was a Teenage Strangler (1997) and from […]

Sam Sherman

Secrets of B-Moviemaking April 29, 2001 Sam Sherman was the close friend and collaborator of genre filmmaker Al Adamson for more than 25 years. Together they brought many outrageous B-pictures to the screen like Satan’s Sadists, I Spit On Your Corpse and Blazing Stewardesses. During an informal talk he gave at the Chiller Theatre Expo, […]

Lloyd Kaufman

Greetings from Tromaville March 2, 2001 Lloyd Kaufman, the 30-year veteran of 10-cent movies and gentleman scholar, talks Troma in this exclusive interview. OK, so it’s not that exclusive considering he’s THE most accessible studio boss on the planet — but, hey, he doesn’t HAVE to be. So, recoil in astonishment as the independent filmmaker […]

Jack Hill

Accidental Exploiteer February 15, 2002 Legendary exploitation filmmaker Jack Hill is no schlockmeister. His movies defy expectation by exhibiting true artistry amid unique, salacious and often shocking action tales. Attributes which have elevated his ’70s-era films to cult classic status worldwide and captured the attention of a new generation of fans. In this exclusive interview, […]

Clint Howard

The Ice Cream King November 29, 2004 Clint Howard has been in front of a camera since before he can even remember. To lifelong fans of The Andy Griffith Show, such as yours truly, he’s little Leon — the cap-pistol packing pad’nah always ready to offer Deputy Fife a peanut butter sandwich at the least […]

Red Carpet: The Devil’s Rejects

download mp3 (15 mins, 9 mb) Join your representative among the leering press on the blood red carpet at the San Diego Comic-Con premiere of The Devil’s Rejects. Featuring interviews with Wayne Toth, Brian Posehn, Bill Moseley, William Forsythe, Lew Temple, Danny Trejo, Ken Foree, Sid Haig, Sheri Moon Zombie and Leslie Easterbrook.  Hear from […]