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Brett Leonard (Feed) Interview
14 May 2006
The Spinning Image in conversation with Brett Leonard, director of Feed (conducted December 2005). The Spinning Image (TSI): If we can begin by backtracking a little bit, prior to Feed you direc...

The Magician Q&A
5 May 2006
The Spinning Image (TSI): Is this your first film? Scott Ryan (SR): First feature, I've made some shorts and stuff like that. TSI: How did you fund the film, and how much was it...

C.S.I. Gary Dourdain Q&A
25 Apr 2006
The Spinning Image (TSI): Do you ever think you’re supporting the crime rather than it being about the actors? Gary Dourdain (GD): That’s what you call formula tv. When we first start...

An American Haunting
23 Mar 2006
Based on the true story of The Bell Witch of Tennessee, the story is of a spirit which attacked the wealthy and highly respected Bell family for four years, eventually causing the death of one of them...

Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse
6 Feb 2006
In 1933 travelling life insurance salesman Edward “Stubbs” Stubblefield is shot dead and buried in an unmarked grave in the remote Pennsylvanian countryside. Leap forward 26 years and that same rem...

Manor on Movies - Blood Freak
25 Jan 2006
Besides being the country where they made all that great taffy that got stuck in your braces as a kid, and the ingredient of every sandwich eaten during the week following Thanksgiving, we all know "t...

Rob Zombie Interview
25 Nov 2005
With the DVD release of The Devil’s Rejects due over Christmas (how festive!), we thought it high time we caught up with Rob Zombie and talked about his latest movie, as well as his old one… and his n...

Steve Looker Interview
5 Nov 2005
Steve Looker, director of the low-budget British horror thriller Scarred, was interviewed for The Spinning Image by Darrell Buxton at Cornerhouse cinema, Manchester, over the Hallowe’en weekend in Oct...

Los Debutantes Q&A
16 Oct 2005
The youthful innovation of new Chilean cinema is much in evidence in Los Debutantes, an explosive drama abou...

Lavender Castle
18 Sep 2005
Gerry Anderson of Thunderbirds fame isn't only responsible for that you know! As well as his puppet based output such as Joe 90 (my personal favourite) and Captain Scarlet, he was also the man behind ...

Wrecking Crews
12 Sep 2005
camaraderie, n. spirit of friendly familiarity and goodwill between comrades hellraiser, n. a rowdy, troublesome, or unruly individual The stereotype of the lone celebrity he...

Top 10 Movie Lunatics
2 Sep 2005
Hollywood and mental illness have always been controversial bedfellows, with the characters they portray often descending into psychopathic caricatures – just think Hannibal Lector. In a light-hearted...

New Method Men
31 Aug 2005
With DeNiro sinking ever deeper in the quicksand of self-parody, Pacino waning, and Brando six feet under, Method acting has lost its holy trinity. With The Machinist and Batman Begins Christian Ba...

Alex Ferrari (Broken) Q&A
20 Jun 2005
What does $8000 buy these days? Barely a pound of crack and a high class hooker to enjoy it with! But that's not for these guys, knowing the true value of money they made their own movie - and what's ...

The Isle Q&A
11 May 2005
The Spinning Image (TSI): Are there cultural differences that either the director or actress noticed between the screening of The Isle in Korea versus it's screening last night here in P...

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