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July 21, 2019

Episode 30 – G. Patrick Condon Interview

Episode 30 – G. Patrick Condon Interview

 
 
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NHE host Scott Murphy talk to director G. Patrick Condon all about his debut feature “Incredible Violence.” A film we saw at Dead by Dawn 2019 and had mixed feelings about. And yes, that is something we get into which made for a very interesting interview (which begins at 3:37)!

Away from discussing what we did and did not like about “Incredible Violence,” Scott and Patrick chat about how the story developed, the casting of the picture and it’s unusual shoot. Also, the pictures meta nature, why he decided not to cast himself as himself (we told you it was meta!) and the divisive reactions the movie has received at festivals.

Patrick also tells us about how he got into film-making, the Canadian film scene and how he naturally gravitates towards cinema that splits opinion. Plus he gives us a taster of what he is up to next, a project which sounds very interesting indeed!

You can check out the trailer for “Incredible Violence” here

“Incredible Violence” is set for release in the UK on August 13th.

December 31, 2018

Episode 16 – Rob Grant Interview

Episode 16 – Rob Grant Interview

 
 

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In this edition of New Horror Express our guest is Rob Grant. NHE host Scott Murphy talks to Rob about his latest movie “Alive”. In an interview that was sadly cut short as Rob had to take to jump on plane as part of the festival tour for that movie. However we still got Rob to also talk about his previous film “Fake Blood”, the influence horror movies have, his experience on blockbuster films such as Deadpool 2 (In the Editorial Department), the Canadian horror scene and more.

December 17, 2018

Episode 15 – Braden Croft Interview

Episode 15 – Braden Croft Interview

 
 

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In this edition of New Horror Express our guest is Braden Croft. NHE host Scott Murphy talks to Braden about his upcoming feature “True Fiction” (expected in late 2019/early 2020) as well his first two features “Hemorrhage” and “Feed the Gods”. Braden tells us about the challenges of filming on a micro-budget and gives tips for any budding DIY filmmakers. As well as this Scott chats to Braden about his film-making philosophy, his influences and the much debated term of “elevated horror”.