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Episode 23 – Adam B. Stein & Zach Lipovsky Interview

Episode 23 – Adam B. Stein & Zach Lipovsky Interview

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NHE host Scott Murphy chats to directors Adam B. Stein & Zach Lipovsky about their latest feature the post-apocalyptic sci-fi horror “Freaks” (interview begins at 2:54). The three chat extensively about the film from its earliest inspirations right through to the festival success it has enjoyed and is still enjoying.

Scott also chats to the Stein & Lipovsky about the casting of the film and how they attracted such big names as Bruce Dern and Emile Hirsch, the unique challenges of dealing with child actors as well as the differences between working on a personal project as opposed to being a director for hire on a project.

Away from the film Adam and Zach tell us all about how they became creative collaborators after meeting through film-making reality show “On the Lot” and how they feel their filmic skill-sets complement each other.

You can watch the trailer for “Freaks” here

“Freaks” will also be showing in following festivals in the remainder of April and into May:

Imagine Film Festival (Amsterdam) – April 19th

Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival – April 20th

Calgary Undeground Film Festival – April 24th

Windy City Horrorama (Chicago) – April 26-28th

Haapsalu International Horror & Fantasy Film Festival (Estonia) – April 24-28th

Newport Beach Film Festival – April 25th-May 2nd

Scott Murphy

Scott Murphy is a free-lance journalist, reviewer and podcaster. He got into horror in his early teens and has not looked back since. He currently writes reviews for Slimehouse TV and has previously written for Subtitled Online and The 405. His favourite horror movie is The Shining and his favourite horror novel is Interview with The Vampire.

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Pearce - April 18, 2019 Reply

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    Scott Murphy - April 18, 2019 Reply

    Thanks for contacting the site. I initially went this way for the superior sound quality but have realised this is unwieldy for people and will be compressing our files from now on and I plan to re-upload in an MP3 format to make it easier for people to download on their phones.

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