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Edgar Wright - Shaun of the Dead Interview
19 Apr 2004
From the team who brought you cult sitcom Spaced now comes Shaun of the Dead, a zombie movie in the vein of George Romero's Dawn of the Dead, but with a particularly British sense of humour. Edgar ...

Last Horror Movie Trailer
22 Mar 2004
The Last Horror Movie has been picked up for release by Metro Tartan in August. Here's a sneak preview.

76th Academy Awards
1 Mar 2004
The Drum Roll Please! Yawn. Another night at the Oscars and what a time it was. Listening to winners thank everyone but their pool boy was a harbinger of things to come. A telecast that started...

The Year of Comedy and Tragedy (Oscar Nominations)
27 Jan 2004
The Academy Award nominations have been announced this morning, and it was as always, a heart thumping, heart stopping venue guaranteed to raise the hackles on or breath new life into those in Tinsel ...

Argent Films Interview
11 Jan 2004
As a regular visitor to this site you'll no doubt be aware we regularly publish news items which we feel will are of interest to cult movie fans in general.
It's Halloween! - John Carpenter Interview
29 Oct 2003
With All Hallow's Eve approaching, and with horror cinema very much back in vogue, we took the opportunity to talk exclusively to horror-meister and Halloween director John Carpenter, and to cr...

In The Cut - Meg Ryan Interview
24 Oct 2003
Jane Campion (director, co-screenwriter) Meg Ryan (stars as Frannie Avery) Mark Ruffalo (stars as Detective Malloy) The Spinning Image (TSI): What first drew you to Susanna Moore’s book ...

Manor On Movies - Bruce Lee in New Guinea
18 Oct 2003
Although Manor On Movies originated earlier, my first national pro bylines came in martial arts magazines. Once you start to cappice the arts, it's pretty tough NOT to put Bruce Lee on your Heroes Li...

Gavin Heffernan Interview
11 Oct 2003
The Spinning Image (TSI): Gavin, I'd like to begin by asking you about the script for Expiration. How much of it is autobiographical? Things experienced by you or your friends? Gavin Heffern...

Fusion Femme Fatale: Maggie Q
18 Sep 2003
Born 22nd May, 1979 in a pink hospital on top of a lush green mountain in Hawaii, Maggie Q started out life as unusually beautiful as she is today thanks to her Vietnamese mother and Irish American fa...

Lucy Liu Cypher Q&A
5 Sep 2003
Lucy Liu may be starring in blockbusters like Chicago and Charlie's Angels nowadays, but she still finds time for the odd cult film in her schedule, like sci-fi thriller Cypher, t...

Bloody Hellbillies
20 Aug 2003
I moved up here to redneck land in an effort to escape the grubbiness and misery of the inner-city; the heroin-dealers, thieves, killers, cheap prostitutes (as opposed to classy whores) and lunatics t...

Jonathan Breck Interview (Jeepers Creepers 2)
18 Aug 2003
Texan native Jonathan Breck is a graduate in business studies from The Baylor University, who turned his back on a successful career in medical sales to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. Aside fr...

Heather Juergensen Interview
8 May 2003
Heather Juergensen grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and began writing and acting for the stage soon after graduation from school. While at a workshop sponsored by New York's Ensemble S...

Manor On Movies - The Weird World of LSD
13 Feb 2003
Like everyone else terrified by the LSD craze currently bringing society to the very brink of destruction, I was under the impression "acid" addicts were typically long-haired bongo players who painte...

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