Author Archives: Gill
Another one from the vaults! On this episode of the Rue Morgue Archives, we go back to 2011 for an interview with director Tom Holland about his film Fright Night. Is Jerry Dandrige cinema’s sexiest vampire? You be the judge.
I’m back with another video from the Rue Morgue Archives! This one focuses on part of a massive write-up for Psycho‘s 50th birthday, where the late, great Wes Craven talks about why he loves Hitchcock’s slasher masterpiece.
The Rue Morgue Archives return with another one from the vaults: an interview with Bob Clark about his Night of the Living Dead homage Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things!
I’ve made another video for Rue Morgue magazine – this time adapting an interview that they conducted with Christopher Lee in 2010, from their 100th issue!
I recently began editing videos for Rue Morgue Magazine’s YouTube channel! If you’re not familiar, Rue Morgue is a magazine dedicated to the horror genre in movies and culture, and the series I’m working on adapts articles from back issues … Continue reading
I was inspired to make this graphics while watching this year’s Oscar nominees. Maybe you’ll find it helpful!
PLEASE NOTE: This “conspiracy theory” is a joke. It’s not an actual conspiracy theory, I just made it up to be funny. Do not take this seriously. This isn’t misinformation, it’s humour. It was recently confirmed that Avatar 2, after … Continue reading
Seth Macfarlane can currently been seen as a starship captain in The Orville, a TV series that both parodies and pays homage to Star Trek. It’s pretty clear that Macfarlane has been a lifelong Trek fan, as we can see … Continue reading
Try to choke back the tears as Shouts From the Back Row ends its run after seven years of movie and television discussion. Gill, Robin, and TK reunite one last time for a retrospective where we look back on almost … Continue reading
It’s the penultimate episode of Shouts From the Back Row! And on this show, Gill, Robin, and TK are finally crossing off some items from their movie and TV bucket lists as they fill in the glaring omissions in their … Continue reading