Since Day One here at AndyErupts, we have followed, with interest, the fortunes of many independent UK productions. However, none more so than those currently creeping out from Welsh production company North Bank Entertainment, the company responsible for production of Night Of The Living Dead: Resurrection, Silent Night, Bloody Night: The Homecoming and the upcoming [...]
For me, one of the most satisfying things about running AndyErupts is getting to talk to people that I grew up watching in films. It makes it all worthwhile and, occasionally, offers you a glimpse at the people behind the monsters.
Bill Moseley has played a lot of monsters in his career.
From Chop-Top Sawyer, the psychotic chrome-domed [...]
“THE LUCKY ONES DIED FIRST”…
That is the sensational tagline for Wes Craven’s 1977 shocker The Hills Have Eyes, and it’s one of the great horror taglines.
For those not in the know, The Hills Have Eyes is the story of the Carter family, who take an ill-advised short-cut through the Nevada desert only to find themselves [...]
Matt Farnsworth’s gory slasher flick The Orphan Killer is a perfect example of how closely knit and passionate the horror community can be.
The Orphan Killer is an independent film that has grown largely by word-of-mouth, social networking sites and the tireless promotional efforts of Farnsworth, the brains behind the film.
It’s become a huge success and [...]
It’s been a busy old year and, though our growth has been relatively modest, for me, it has been great to see this little site grow and expand over the first year of our existence.
It has also been immensely fulfilling and humbling to have received continued support from so many people within the horror community, however, I [...]
So, yeah, this was a huge interview. So I split it into two.
The first part, saw AJ talk openly about his experiences on House Of The Devil, on his friendship with director Ti West and about A Horrible Way To Die.
So, in this, the second part, we move on to discussing other projects including Rites [...]
Back in 2009, I checked out a film on a recommendation. I was told, “Get this watched NOW. It’s right up your street”. That film, as it turned out, was Ti West’s The House Of The Devil, a fantastic, slow-burning homage to 80′s genre pics.
One of the most memorable scenes involves a young woman having [...]
Quite how I didn’t notice this in the AndyErupts mailbox yesterday, I do not know and yes, I am now a little late to the party but…better late than never.
So, hot on the heels of my interview with Shadow director Federico Zampaglione at Glasgow Frightfest, which saw a preview of the first 7 minutes of [...]