Late Night Classics – Ghost in the Machine

The amount of women making films is fairly small, but there are three that have that left their stamp on cinema, specifically, in the realm of horror/science fiction/fantasy. Mary Lambert directed the best horror film of 1989 with Pet Sematary, and Jennifer Lynch helmed the weird thrillogy that is Surveillance, Hisss and Boxing Helena. Then there is Rachel Talalay, who will forever be remembered for Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare, and to a lesser extent - Tank Girl. But what about her cyber thriller from 1993 that never gets any love? Well, with my latest chapter of Late Night Classics, I was given the chance to interview Rachel about her favorite flick of mine.

Jason Bene: After producing a few of the Nightmare on Elm Street films, you got to put Krueger to rest, temporarily, with Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare. How was it for you from going
See full article at Killer Films »

Similar News


Recently Viewed