Interview: Emma: Supernatural IMDB Guerilla Advertisement Team

Today, we’re sitting down with Emma, founder of the Supernatural IMDB Guerilla Advertisement Team. This is a group of fans from around the world who have decided to advertise Supernatural on their own before its fifth season starts on September 10.

IFP: Tell us a little about the Supernatural IMDB Guerilla Advertisement Team. How old is it? What was the reason for founding it?

SIGAT: The Supernatural IMDB Guerilla Advertisement Team advertises Supernatural where the CW does not. The

IFPInterview: Emma: Supernatural IMDB Guerilla Advertisement Team

Interview: Supernatural: Jules Wilkinson (SuperWiki)

Today in our Supernatural Week, we talk to Jules Wilkinson, one of the administrators of the online Supernatural fan encyclopedia Supernatural Wiki (SuperWiki):


IFP: Tell us a little about the SuperWiki. What was the reason for founding it?

JW: Super-Wiki began life as the Super-canon – a simple single-author website. It was started by Hope in June 2006 just after season one of Supernatural had aired. Hope initially did everything herself but as the resource expanded Hope teamed …

IFPInterview: Supernatural: Jules Wilkinson (SuperWiki)

Interview: Samroz83 (Supernatural Abridged Series)

Today we interview UniqueWinchester (known as samroz83 on Livejournal). Unique is the author of a parody photo series on LJ called the “Supernatural Abridged Series”. Unique’s accounts on LJ and IMDB were recently hacked and deleted by hostile parties who expressed jealousy on IMDB of her popularity in the SPN fandom. Alas, every fandom has its lunatic fringe. However, Unique did manage to preserve the “Series” and we have included some screencaps and links to Google caches to give you

IFPInterview: Samroz83 (Supernatural Abridged Series)

Interview: Supernatural: Anteka (Plastic!Winchester Theater)

Today, we’re talking to Anteka, creator of the Supernatural fan parody series Plastic!Winchester Theater [some spoilerage for season five, but not a lot]:

IFP: Tell us a little about Plastic!Winchester Theater. What’s it all about?

A: Plastic!Winchester Theater (or PWT as it’s also known) is a parody of the CW show Supernatural. I take the basic format of the show – Sam and Dean Winchester ride into a town, discover a monster, fight the monster, save the …

IFPInterview: Supernatural: Anteka (Plastic!Winchester Theater)

Interview: Dirk Manning

Today, we sit down with Dirk Manning, author of the Paradise Lost-meets-Lovecraft comic NIGHTMARE WORLD:

IFP: Tell us about your current project. What is NIGHTMARE WORLD about?

DM: NIGHTMARE WORLD is a series of 52 stand-alone, cerebral and genre-jumping horror stories each written by me and illustrated by a different art team. However, as you continue to read the series, you’ll start to see how all of the stories slowly bleed together to tell one giant, overarching story about, …

IFPInterview: Dirk Manning

Interview: WildClaw Theatre, Part 5: Charley Sherman

Today, as part of our week dedicated to Lovecraft’s Birthday, we conclude our Wildclaw Theatre interviews with Charley Sherman, cofounder of Wildclaw:



IFP: Tell us about your current project. What is it called?

CS: WildClaw Theatre is about to produce DEATHSCRIBE – The 2nd Annual International Festival of Radio Horror Plays. This will take place at The Music Box Theatre, Chicago, on Monday October 5th.

IFP: How did you get involved with Wildclaw Theatre? What roles have you played …

IFPInterview: WildClaw Theatre, Part 5: Charley Sherman

Interview: WildClaw Theatre, Part 4: Brian Amidei

As part of our Lovecraft Birthday Week bash, we’re interviewing Wildclaw Theatre members. Today, we’re chatting with the Theatre’s Managing Director, Brian Amidei:



IFP: Tell us about your current project. What is it called?

BA: We are in the midst of selecting our scripts for DEATHSCRIBE 2009, our second annual festival of 10-minute audio horror dramas, which will be performed live with some of Chicago’s finest actors, directors and musicians on October 5th, at the historic Music Box Theater.…

IFPInterview: WildClaw Theatre, Part 4: Brian Amidei

Interview: WildClaw Theatre, Part 3: Scott Barsotti

Today, as part of our Lovecraft Birthday Celebration, we’re talking to Scott Barsotti, writer for Wildclaw Theatre and author of The Revenants:


IFP: Tell us about your current project. What is it called?

SB: WildClaw is currently putting together the 2nd annual DEATHSCRIBE Festival of Radio Horror Plays. This is an event that solicits writers internationally to submit 10-minute horror plays that are intended for radio. We then rent out the historic Music Box movie house in Chicago, pack the

IFPInterview: WildClaw Theatre, Part 3: Scott Barsotti

Interview: WildClaw Theatre, Part 2: Aly Renee Greaves

Today, we chat with Aly Renee Greaves, resident Costume/Makeup Designer and member of the Wildclaw Theatre Company out of Chicago:


IFP: Tell us about your current project. What is it called?

ARG: Right now, we are getting ready for this fall’s Deathscribe Horror Audio Drama Festival. We are sorting through the huge number of entries, trying to whiddle them down to only five. It’s really tough as there is quite a bit of wonderful, scary stuff in the lot. Several …

IFPInterview: WildClaw Theatre, Part 2: Aly Renee Greaves

Interview: WildClaw Theatre, Part 1: Aaron Christensen

We continue our Lovecraft Birthday Celebration with a series of Wildclaw Theatre interviews, starting with Aaron Christensen, Ambassador of Horror for Wildclaw:

IFP: Tell us about your current project. What is it called?AC: Our current project is our 2nd Annual Horror Radio Play Festival, DEATHSCRIBE, which has been enormously exciting. Last year’s festival was a tremendous success and we’re expecting this year’s to be even bigger and wilder. It all started off as a brainstorm of WildClaw ensemble member

IFPInterview: WildClaw Theatre, Part 1: Aaron Christensen

Interview: Eric Morgret

Today, we’re sitting down with Eric Morgret, co-owner of Maelstrom Productions, a filmmaker of Lovecraftian adaptations out of Seattle:


IFP: Tell us about your current project. What is Strange Aeons about?

EM: I am currently editing our short film The Shunned House. We ran into some heavy post production problems but we are back on schedule.

Strange Aeons is a feature based on Lovecraft’s “The Thing on the Doorstep”. The movie had a premiere at the HP Lovecraft …

IFPInterview: Eric Morgret

Interview: Bumps in the Night, Part 3: John Reha

John Reha, the third in the Bumps in the Night trio, is here to talk with us today:

IFP: Tell us about your current project. What is it called?

JR: Our current project is called “Bumps in the Night“. It’s a supernatural procedural comedy that parodies the reality ghost hunting genre that’s invaded basic cable.

IFP: What was the inspiration for Bumps in the Night? Where did you get the idea for playing ghostbusters who were also …

IFPInterview: Bumps in the Night, Part 3: John Reha