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Exclusive: Director Jenni Gold Talks Inclusion, Diversity, and ‘CinemAbility’

Mike Phalin
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Inclusion and diversity are huge talking points in Hollywood. During set visits or interviews, showrunners and directors always mention that they are looking at more ways to diversify the teams in front of and behind the camera. Yet, there’s a group that always seems to be missing from these discussions. Those with disabilities are a […]

Exclusive: Danny Bellens & Nikita Black Talk ‘My Jurassic Place’

Exclusive: Jeff Miller Talks ‘Death Kiss,’ ‘Inoperable,’ & ‘Strange Nature’

Mike Phalin
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I few years ago an invite hit my inbox that invited me to an abandoned hospital in Dade City. A new horror flick, Inoperable, was being filmed there, and there I met two amazing gentlemen. FIlmmaker Christopher Lawrence Chapman and producer extraordinaire Jeff Miller. Following that set visit, I noticed Jeff’s name showing up everywhere. Film […]

Jack Reynor and Nicola Peltz Talk ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’

Brian Henson Talks ‘The Happytime Murders’, Dragon Con, and the Muppets!

Emma Loggins
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During Dragon Con this year, yours truly got to interview Brian Henson. For those that don’t me, you may not be aware of my love and admiration for the Henson family, for those that do know me – you know I’m basically the biggest Muppet fan alive (aside from Jason Segel – who I will […]

Shailene Woodley and Theo James Talk ‘Divergent’ and Young Adult Franchises

Composer Adam Schiff Talks ‘The Package’ on Netflix

Mike Phalin
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Adam Schiff and I sat down to talk about his career, from keyboard player in South Africa to composer in the collective known as Bleeding Fingers Music which was co-founded by thee Hans Zimmer. His latest work can be found on the Netflix film The Package, a cautionary tale about the one thing that men […]

Chris Lowell and Mohit Narang Talk Kickstarter, ‘Beside Still Waters’ and ‘Veronica Mars’

Exclusive: Oliver Harper Talks ‘In Search of the Last Action Heroes’

Mike Phalin
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I am a child of the ‘80s. Growing up in the back of a VHS rental shop with nearly every movie at my disposal, there’s no mystery as to why the action and horror genres were my favorites. There is a magic that came along with the ‘80s that cannot be replicated in today’s action […]

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 2’ Cast Talk Real-Life Comparisons, ‘Hunger Games’ Group Texts and More at Comic-Con 2015

Tarik Lewis Talks Stand-up, Acting, Writing, and Representation

Mike Phalin
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Tarik Lewis stopped by the Syxx Sense studio to talk about his career as a stand-up comedian, writer, and actor. In my recent interview series, we’ve been looking at the topics of representation in film, and social media’s influence on the entertainment we consume. Find Tarik on social media: Twitter Instagram Facebook Official Website YouTube […]

Aaron Paul and Scott Mescudi Talk Atlanta, Cool Cars and ‘Need for Speed’

Rhys Wakefield Talks ‘The Grand Son’

Mike Phalin
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There is a bubble in Hollywood that is unlike anywhere else in the world. Where privilege are plentiful and consequences are few. Where the good times are endless, as long as they’re not on your dime. Where young people lose their innocence and are molded into creatures of indifference, operating on an almost primal survival […]

Teresa Palmer and Benjamin Walker Talk Nicholas Sparks’ ‘The Choice’

Director Steve Mitchell Talks ‘King Cohen’

Mike Phalin
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I would personally describe writer/director/producer Larry Cohen as the juggernaut of cinema. The man’s prospectus spans nearly sixty years and who’s credits include some of the most memorable installments in the entertainment industry such as It’s Alive, The Stuff, Maniac Cop, and the excellent (if not short lived) Coronet Blue. With so many works under […]

FanBolt Attends ‘Think Like A Man Too’ Premiere in Atlanta

Actress Katie Burgess and Director Ryan Bellgardt Talk ‘Jurassic Games’

Mike Phalin
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I’ve worked in this industry for nearly two decades. Over the years, the process of screening films for reviews, interviews, or podcasts has not really changed. It used to be boxes of DVDs. Then it was boxes of Blu-rays. Now it is inboxes full of Vimeo links. Regardless, there’s always that twinge of angst that […]

Nicholas Sparks, Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood Talk Bull Riding, Art and ‘The Longest Ride’