Prepare for a mind-bending journey into the thrilling, unconventional world of indie horror filmmaking with the enigmatic James Edward Newton. In this exclusive interview, we dissect the essence of indie filmmaking, delve into guilty pleasures that fuel creativity, and immerse ourselves in the visceral, rock and punk-inspired atmosphere that defines his unique horror films.
James is not your run-of-the-mill filmmaker; he’s a provocateur, an artist, and a master of the unsettling. We uncover the secrets behind his unorthodox approach to horror and what it truly means to create cinematic nightmares on a shoestring budget. His insights are a revelation for aspiring creators, revealing the raw, passionate heart that beats at the core of indie cinema.
In This Episode
In this interview we venture into the forbidden realms of guilty pleasures, discovering the quirky inspirations that have fueled James’s creative fire and shaped his one-of-a-kind perspective on horror. James also opens up about the rock and punk connections to filmmaking, infusing his films with a visceral, head-banging energy that’s as thrilling as it is chilling.
And of course, we can’t forget his latest masterpiece, “Katernica.” Unsettling, unhinged, and utterly unusual, this film promises to push the boundaries of your comfort zone. We delve deep into the making of this unconventional gem, uncovering the twisted creativity that birthed it and the emotions it’s designed to evoke.
This interview is a must-listen for those who crave unapologetically artistic horror, a glimpse behind the indie filmmaking curtain, and a fresh perspective on what it means to be an audacious, boundary-pushing creator in the world of cinema. Join us for a conversation that will leave you both inspired and unnerved, only on The London Horror Movie Club.