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Interview: Sam Raimi

Interview: Sam Raimi

An affable and pleasant personality in the flesh, SciFiNow caught up with the world’s most successful geek for the following chit-chat about this past, present and future plans…

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Interview: Bryan Fuller

Interview: Bryan Fuller

Having established his genre credentials with such offbeat fare as Dead Like Me and Wonderfalls, writer/producer Bryan Fuller revisits some of his favourite themes in Pushing Daisies. The quirky new drama, which debuted in the US on 3 October, stars Lee Pace as Ned, a reclusive pie maker…

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Interview: George Romero

Interview: George Romero

As SciFiNow anticipates Romero’s return to the silver screen with the upcoming Diary Of The Dead, we caught up with the master of splatter for the following exclusive interview…

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Interview: Ray Harryhausen

Interview: Ray Harryhausen

Many special effects artists have gone on to obtain iconic status but none hold quite the same household name value as Ray Harryhausen. A legend to those who grew up with his work, the master of stop-motion animation has also attracted appreciation from whole new generations of fantasy film admirers and at 87 years old he is showing no signs of slowing down having just recently wrapped a whole new batch of DVD audio commentaries…..

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Interview: Alan Moore Books

Interview: Alan Moore

Alan Moore’s Watchmen remains to this day one of the greatest comics to ever see print. A 12-part 400-page graphic novel, Watchmen was originally going to utilise a number of low-tier superhero characters owned by Charlton…

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Interview: Joe Dante

Interview: Joe Dante

Joe Dante has long been one of the leading directors in the sci-fi/horror genre, having expertly leapt between low budget terror (1978’s Roger Corman-produced Piranha), classic creature features (including 1981’s The Howling and 1984’s Gremlins) and more innocent fantasy romps (such as 1985’s Explorers and 2003’s Looney Tunes: Back In Action).

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Interview: Paul Verhoeven

Interview: Paul Verhoeven

If you had to describe Paul Verhoeven in just one word, ‘enthusiastic’ would be the perfect choice. Critics, however, have labelled him a closet fascist, a director with a taste for sex and violence and a penchant for making crass mass-market fiction…

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Interview: James Callis

Interview: James Callis

We caught up with James Callis at the annual SF Ball to talk to him about Battlestar Galactica, his luck with the ladies, and Tricia Helfer…

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