Sequel-Buzz and Kind of Epic Show are proud to present an exclusive
interview with Lance Henriksen promoting his appearance at Horrorhound
Weekend Indianapolis which starts this friday September 7th and runs
until Sunday September 9th. Lance will be announcing new details and
unveiling a banner for his comic book To Hell You Ride published by
Dark Horse. He also talks about upcoming film projects, Bring Me The
Head of Lance Henriksen and In the Blood. In the Blood will be
screening at Horrorhound this weekend.
Kind of Epic Show delves into the process of voice acting with Lance
who can be seen and heard reprising his role as Bishop in the upcoming
videogame Aliens: Colonial Marines. Listeners will also be familiar
with his roles as Amon's mysterious equalist Luitenant in The Legend
of Korra and as the dignified voice of Admiral Hackett in the Mass
Having just added the Tron franchise to his scifi credentials
with his role in Tron Uprising we took a moment to ask him about what
draws him to genre films, both in Horror and in Science Fiction. Lance
drew on the creative freedom and the risk taking he found in both. We
think that's Kind of Epic...for a human.
Just in time for Halloween, the teaser trailer for the new documentary HORROR ICON: INSIDE MICHAEL'S MASK WITH TONY MORAN has been released.
For those who are unaware, Tony Moran played Michael Myers in the original 1978 HALLOWEEN -- but there's a catch, Moran only portrayed the unmasked Myers towards the climax of the film (Nick Castle played Myers for the majority).
At the end of Part VI, where we last left Jason Voorhees, he was chained to the bottom of Crystal Lake. But now, something has brought his back. Today's sequel is 1988's FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VII: THE NEW BLOOD.
Lying dormant at the bottom of Camp Crystal Lake, Jason Voorhees is released from his watery grave by a telekinetic girl. And so the killing begins again. Can she use her powers to stop Jason, or is he back for good?
From Michael Silva on IMDb
THE NEW BLOOD will always hold a special place in my heart. For the longest time, it was favorite in the franchise. That has since changed, but I'll always remember the first time I saw Jason stand up out of the lake and his spine was exposed. Classic! Still a cool flick, but just doesn't do it for me anymore.