Interviews

Interview with All Through the House Director, Todd Nunes!

A few weeks ago, I got to check the awesome Christmas slasher flick All Through the House (read my review here). If you’re looking for some fresh Yuletide horror this holiday weekend, I can’t recommend this film enough. I reached out to the film’s director, Todd Nunes, about the film’s productions and his classic horror

Horror Site Spotlight: UHM (Upcoming Horror Movies)

Here at Halloween Love, we truly are about the love of it all, including other horror sites. No matter how big a site is, sometimes people miss it. So, we wanted to create a new segment where we give a shoutout to some of our own personal favorites. For me, my pick definitely had to

Interview with Steve Barton: Creator of Dread Central

In my continued desire and curiosity to understand the changes the horror community is going through right now, including our own site here, I wanted to talk to someone else who had created a horror website, to see how their experiences related to my own. With the recent news of Dread Central joining Patreon, something

Interview with Krillbite: Developers of Among the Sleep

Lately, I’ve been on a bit of a binge playing exploration/walking simulator games. While I’ve enjoyed them all, I was most compelled to reach out to Krillbite Studios about their game Among the Sleep, because I could relate to it so much on a personal level. HL: Let’s get the dark stuff out of the

Interview with Anthony Hickox: Director of Waxwork

An interview with Anthony Hickox, director of the cult horror film and one of our all-time favorites, Waxwork. HL: The Waxwork series, it’s a tour de force of monster mayhem. The original movie feels like a dozen horror flicks compressed into one. So, I have to ask, what was the genesis for the story? Did

Interview with Frank LaLoggia: Director of Lady in White

An interview with Frank LaLoggia, director of the classic and beloved film Lady in White. HL: Your film, Lady in White, it’s a beautiful, but simultaneously chilling movie. It’s a ghost story, but it’s not excessive in its horror tropes. I’m curious, what was your first attraction to telling this story? Did you set out

Interview with Filmmaker and Actor Ulli Lommel

I wanted to interview Ulli Lommel because he’s the director of one of my most favorite films The Devonsville Terror, but looking into his life and career further, the man is an absolute creative beast, having worked on and collaborating on hundreds upon hundreds of projects, including several works of art with Andy Warhol. HL:

Finding Fuchs Part 1 : HL Asks Joel Polis To Remember THE THING !

I’m going to keep this introduction short today, because what you are about to read below is just far too fascinating and awesome to be delayed by my urge to write ANOTHER love letter to John Carpenter. I could quite happily tap away on the keyboard and blast out two thousand words of worship right