Interview: Eugene Brave Rock

by Jeff Fountainon March 21, 2018
Recently, we had the chance to talk with Eugene Brave Rock about his acting and stunt work during a media roundtable at Toronto Comic Con. The GCE: So how did you initially get into stunt work? Eugene: I was taking every opportunity I could. When I got into the business at age seventeen as a […]

Interview: Adam Nagaitis Talks AMC’s ‘The Terror’

by Jeff Fountainon March 20, 2018
Recently we had the opportunity to talk with Adam Nagaitis about his experience working on the terrifying new AMC show The Terror. How did you end up in the world of acting? Was it something you always wanted to do? Adam: I think I just sort of fell into it, to be honest. I don’t […]

Interview: Lucie Pohl

by Jeff Fountainon March 15, 2018
Lucie Pohl admittedly loves what she does, whether it’s acting, writing and performing her own solo comedy shows or doing voice work as Mercy on the hugely popular video game Overwatch. Recently we had a chance to talk with Lucie before her appearance in Toronto from March 16th-18th at Toronto Comic Con about her career, […]

Interview: Constantine Kitsopoulos

by Jeff Fountainon March 14, 2018
Recently we had the chance to talk with conductor Constantine Kitsopoulos about his career and the upcoming shows in Toronto, .featuring the movie Jaws accompanied live by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Was there something about conducting that always fascinated you or did fall into, like a happy accident? Constantine: You know, I think there was […]

Toxic and Troubling Fandoms: A Discussion with John Kenneth Muir

by Jeff Fountainon February 16, 2018
While investing the negativity now oozing into fandoms, I found that Star Trek: Discovery, The X-Files and Star Wars to have the largest following of fans and their angry and entitled opinions. So, I enlisted the help of literary critic and author John Kenneth Muir, who has written over twenty reference books in the world […]

Michael Emerson talks ‘Arrow’, ‘Mozart in the Jungle’

by Jeff Fountainon December 5, 2017
Michael Emerson may have been a late bloomer in terms of an acting career but he certainly made up for it by creating some very memorable characters, probably the biggest being Benjamin Linus from the groundbreaking TV show Lost. Recently, we had the chance to talk with Michael about his career, including his newest projects […]

Fannibal Fest 2017: A Love Letter Between Fans, Artists and Actors

by Jeff Fountainon November 18, 2017
For anyone who has ever attended a convention, you understand how crazy they can be in terms of attendance, schedules, etc. Now imagine being behind the scenes and trying to organize and run a convention for the very first time. Well, this is what the people behind Fannibal Fest 2017 attempted and they did a […]

Movie Review: ‘Mayhem’ Takes Rage and Chaos to the Corporate Level

by Jeff Fountainon November 13, 2017
When you think about it, is there a better place to let loose some rage and bloodshed than in the corporate world? Sure, there are some normal people there but the cold-blooded attitude of big business does not usually lend itself to making too many friends. I’m sure there will be many people with a […]

Interview: Luke Shanahan

by Jeff Fountainon October 25, 2017
Recently we had the chance to talk to writer/director Luke Shanahan about his new movie Rabbit and his experiences in the world of film. So was getting into the movie business something you always wanted to do or did you discover this later, like one of those wonderful happy accidents? Luke: No, I was pretty […]

The Walking Dead’s Pollyanna McIntosh Talks All Things Jadis

by Jeff Fountainon October 21, 2017
Recently we had a chance to talk with Pollyanna McIntosh, who discussed her life on The Walking Dead as the interesting and unique character Jadis. Were you always interested in pursuing an acting career or was that something that evolved over time? Pollyanna: You know, from about nine years old my mom realized that I […]