English-born Ruben Scott, a talented and visionary music video director, is rapidly making a name for himself in the entertainment industry. Check out his latest project, “369,” by Scarlet Parke.
Get ready to scream with laughter as director Barry Sonnenfeld’s beloved classic The Addams Family celebrates its 30th anniversary with a newly restored cut out November 9th via Paramount Home Entertainment.
Brian Wallinger is an award-winning filmmaker, responsible for movies such as the recent Bleeding Solar and upcoming horror film, Used Body Parts. We spoke with Wallinger about his career in film, working on a documentary for NASA, modern horror, and production company Inner City Pictures.
In a special guest blog, music video director Sergio Rebolledo and NEXT CItY guitarist Philip Paulsen take us behind-the-scenes of the themes, the logistics, and even the smoke bombs featured in the band’s new “Tell Me” video.
Belgian rapper, MC and hip-hop artist Baloji is about to release his new record Kaniama: The Yellow Version. We spoke with him about the album, his artistry, style and creativity.
In our new Geared Up interview, Rob Morrow of The Rob Morrow Band shares some insight on his Collings I-35 deluxe electric guitar, plus his Taylor six and twelve-string acoustics.
Short film “Down Again” focuses on Mark Hunter (vocalist of Chimaira) and his experience of mental illness. Directed by Nick Cavalier, it’s a brilliant short film that manages to have as much aesthetic impact as it does insight.
Toronto noise rock duo, Not Of have just unveiled their Christopher Mills-directed video for the “Watch Him, They Said” single taken from the upcoming sophomore release, Hypocritic Oath (July 20).
Director Rupert Sanders tells us what it was like to bring the world of Ghost in the Shell to life and how it was working with Scarlett Johansson.
Shane Black is what is known as a natural born prodigy in his given field. As a screenwriter, he sold his first script out of film school at twenty-two. He’s not exactly a lightweight.
Sam Dunn is a man who may have single handedly made more of an impact on Heavy Metal than anyone else in the business. This Toronto-based hard music aficionado, musician and anthropologist has produced, directed and hosted many ground-breaking documentaries on the subject of metal, plus took on the daunting task of mapping out the genre’s innumerable sub categories with a thoroughly comprehensive chart. With much-loved films to his credit (‘Metal: A Headbanger’s Journey’, ‘Iron Maiden: Flight 666’, ‘Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage’), he discusses with us how metal fans can now help to create his next work ‘Extreme Metal: The Lost Episode’. Sam also elaborates on what he and his crew are up to currently, his work with Alice Cooper, plus future projects. Watch now, learn about this amazing man and his deep passion for music, and see why he needs your help!