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This month on New Horror Express we talk to Australian film director Ben Young. We talk a lot about his new film “Extinction” as well as his feature debut “Hounds of Love” which was a breakout hit last year. As well as going into the shoots of both movies we also talk about the contrasts on working on a big budget set as opposed to an indie one, working on other’s material as opposed to your own and whether there is any difference in communicating with “name” actors. It should also be noted that at the point this interview was recorded “Extinction” had not been released yet so the interview delves into greater detail on “Hounds of Love”. Ben and I discuss the look of the movie, how he captured period detail, the stir it caused in Australia and his confusion with the movie been given the horror tag. As well as those two movies we talk about how he got into filmmaking, influences and he gives a tease on his latest project 31 AD2: The Future is Us.
Also you would like to check out either “Extinction” or “Hounds of Love” click the links below. Just don’t rush off to watch them before you listen to Ben’s fascinating thoughts on the films!
In this month’s episode we talk to Australian film director Luke Shanahan. We talk to him extensively about his new movie Rabbit. We delve into how the film was conceived, the look, the score, how it differs from the “typical Australian horror” and much more besides. Away from “Rabbit” we discuss Shanahan’s influences as well as his directorial career so far and upcoming projects he is working on. in another fun-[packed NHE interview you definitely want to tune in for!!