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I have two new features up at I interviewed the writers, director and stars of the movie Pathology at ComicCon last summer, but the article was delayed when the movie’s release date kept getting pushed back. Now the movie is finally out and so is my article.

I visited the set of CBS’s vampire show Moonlight a few weeks ago. I didn’t get much unique material since all the interviews were done with the entire press group present. Still, it was a fun visit. I ended up with more photos than I could use for the articles, so I’ve posted a few extras in my new photo gallery.


Another article based on my interviews at Comic-Con is up at Classic-Horror.Com. I talked to head writer Chris Chibnall, writer/actor Noel Clarke, producer Richard Stokes and prosthetics supervisor Matt O’Toole. The resulting article is Torchwood: Aliens, Monsters and Sex Coming To BBC America

The Torchwood interviews were my favorite of the Comic-Con interviews. I got to sit down and talk to the guys for a total of an hour’s worth of interviews. We could chat about the show rather than me trying to fire off questions before time ran out. It was particularly fun talking to Chris Chibnall and Noel Clarke because we got to talk about comics and TV and why my friend’s kid objected to seeing Gwen kiss the alien-possessed woman in “Day One.” (Because “she’s a bad guy!”)

For those who are wondering (someone might be), Noel Clarke is quite attractive in person. Not to imply that Chris Chibnall or the others are unpleasant to look at. Maybe it’s just the unexpected combination of good-looking actor and geeky-as-the-rest-of-us guy.

ETA: Torchwood Season 2 article.

The second of my Comic-Con articles is now up at Classic-Horror. It’s called It’s Nothing Like “Angel,” We Swear: CBS’s New Vamp Detective Show “Moonlight”. And yes, I know a lot of people have been making Forever Knight comparisons, too, but Joel Silver doesn’t seem to have heard of it. At the Comic-Con Moonlight panel, someone asked about Forever Knight and he launched into a speech about how the new show was different from Angel, eliciting a few “buh?” responses from audience members who had actually heard the question.

This article comes from interviews with Sophia Myles, Brian J. White and Jason Dohring. Some additional information is from the Moonlight panel at Comic-Con.

I’ve got a couple of articles up at right now. One was from June. It’s a visit to the set of the movie Pathology, down in Manhattan Beach. The article includes interviews with writer Mark Neveldine and star Milo Ventimiglia.

The other, Demon Terrorists and Amoral Women: The Upcoming Season of Supernatural, features interviews at Comic-Con with Jensen Ackles, Eric Kripke, Ben Edlund and Sera Gamble.

I did several other sets of interview this year at Comic-Con, so those articles will be coming soon.