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Mania Interview: Constantine by Rob and Ali Vaux, Writers
(March 20, 2014)
I will not speak of the dark roads I travelled to meet the most infamous frog in the world, nor the damned souls I met along the way. I know only that looking into the face of Constantine is looking into the face of pure evil. The cold dead eyes, the wiggl

Mania Interview: Kermit the Frog by Rob and Ali Vaux, Writers
(March 19, 2014)
Kermit the Frog truly needs no introduction, having been a staple of show business for the last 50-plus years. From his humble beginnings in a bayou swamp, he’s moved on to become an ace reporter, a variety show host, an inductee into the Television Acad

Mania Interview: Imogen Poots by Rob Vaux, Writer
(March 12, 2014)
Imogen Poots first cropped up in the horror sequel 28 Weeks Later. She has since appeared in other genre fare, including Centurion and the Fright Night remake, as well as Comes a Bright Day and a respectable version of Jane Eyre. She dons the racing goggle

Mania Interview: Aaron Paul by Rob Vaux, Writer
(March 12, 2014)
Aaron Paul was born and raised in Idaho, and enjoyed a fruitful if quiet career in Hollywood starting in the early 90s. He found his breakout role in Breaking Bad as Walter White’s partner Jesse Pinkman, a part he played throughout the show’s run. Now

In Memoriam: Harold Ramis by Rob Vaux, Writer
(February 25, 2014)
It's easy to miss just how important the late Harold Ramis was to American comedy in the 1980s. He wasn't a big star, not the way that Bill Murray or Eddie Murphy was. He had a few nice-guy cameos in various films, as well as his memorable turn as Egon Spe

NEW Guardians of the Galaxy Character Profiles and Poster by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(February 20, 2014)

In Memoriam: Philip Seymour Hoffman by Rob Vaux, Writer
(February 04, 2014)
The sudden passing of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman this past Sunday carries echoes of another talented actor's untimely demise: Heath Ledger, who died in a similar manner just eleven days earlier in the calendar year and whose passing was treated with the

Mania Exclusive Interview: Heather Langenkamp by Rob Vaux, Columnist and Critic
(January 30, 2014)

Mania Interview: Stuart Beattie by Rob Vaux, Writer
(January 23, 2014)
Stuart Beattie grew up in Australia, becoming one of that country’s seemingly boundless series of quality filmmakers. He spent twelve years as a screenwriter, helping to pen the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie, as well as such fare as Collateral, 30

Mania Interview: Clare Kramer by Rob Vaux, Writer
(January 16, 2014)
Clare Kramer is best known to sci-fi fans as Glory, the evil hell goddess from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She’s worked steadily since then, taking time out to raise a family and test the producing waters with shows like Take Five. She appears in Mike Mend

Mania Interview: Greg Grunberg by Rob Vaux, Writer
(January 16, 2014)
Greg Grunberg has been in the business for almost twenty-five years, with a steady stream of genre fare to his credit. That includes appearances in Hollow Man, Alias and Mission Impossible III, as well as a starring role in NBC’s revamped superhero serie

Mania Interview: James Mangold by Rob Vaux, Writer
(December 03, 2013)
James Mangold has enjoyed a career of remarkable versatility, directing such eclectic efforts as Cop Land, Girl, Interrupted, 3:10 to Yuma, Walk the Line, Identity and Kate and Leopold. That versatility made him the perfect choice to helm The Wolverine, wh

Mania Interview: Idina Menzel by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 26, 2013)
Idina Menzel isn’t well known in the cinematic world, but on Broadway she’s a star. She hit it big in Wicked, playing wicked-witch-to-be Elphaba, and has remained attached to the stage for most of her career. Filmgoers will likely remember her as Patri

Mania Interview: Kristen Bell by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 25, 2013)
Kristen Bell cut her teeth in New York theater before embarking upon a series of small film roles that exemplified her knack for quirky, offbeat characters. That came full circle when she landed the title role on Veronica Maras, a show whose cult following

Mania Interview: Vince Vaughn by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 20, 2013)
Vince Vaughn hit the scene with 1996’s Swingers, playing a variation of the fast-talking party man with which he made his career. He branched out into other roles, including appearances in The Lost World, The Cell, Clay Pigeons, and a swing at Norman Bat

Mania Interview: Kevin Feige and Alan Taylor by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 07, 2013)
Kevin Feige is the grand poo-bah of all things Marvel, orchestrating a series of motion pictures that have fully brought that vaunted comic-book universe to life. Alan Taylor is the latest director tasked with carrying on that legacy, having cut his teeth

Mania Interview: Christopher Eccleston by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 06, 2013)
Christopher Eccleston has been a staple of genre filmmaking since his debut in 1991’s Let Him Have It. He scored breakout roles in Shallow Grave, eXistenZ, 28 Days Later, GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra, and Doctor Who, where his fantastic work as the Doctor w

Mania Interview: Natalie Portman by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 05, 2013)
Natalie Portman’s career started with a bang, playing a precocious pre-teen in Luc Besson’s action classic The Professional. Since then, she’s worked on a staggering number of projects, including Heat, Beautiful Girls, V for Vendetta, Garden State, t

Mania Interview: Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 04, 2013)
Chris Hemsworth was best known to his fellow Australians for his appearance on the soap opera Home and Away, but the rest of the world knew comparatively little about him until he was cast a Marvel’s mighty god of thunder in 2011’s Thor. The role catap

Mania Interview: Mike Giaimo by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 01, 2013)
Mike Giaimo work on the art department for such films as The Black Cauldron, The Brave Little Toaster, Ferngully and Pocahontas. He took an extended break from the Walt Disney Company before returning to work on the visual development for Disney’s newest

Mania Terrors Interviews Danny Trejo by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(October 30, 2013)
Hello horror fans and welcome to the last Mania Terrors before Halloween. I am coming off a weekend spent drinking beer and talking horror with Derek Mears and Tyler Mane at Detroit Fanfare this past weekend. Two great guys! This week we’ve got news

OLDBOY: Josh Brolin Transformation Featurette by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(October 23, 2013)

9 Monstrous Mothers of Monsters by Kimberly McCall, Contributing Writer
(October 15, 2013)
In celebration of the release of Carrie, Mania decided to pay tribute to the mothers who laid the ground work for some of the most recognizable evil characters in film. Interestingly enough, Carrie is the only female monster with mommy issues.

Loki Featurette by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(October 10, 2013)

Mania Interview: Trejo and Rodriguez by Rob Vaux, Writer
(October 10, 2013)
Robert Rodriguez was fresh out of the University of Texas when he shot his first feature, El Mariachi for the sum of $7,000. It made a huge splash, opening the door for a wild array of additional directing projects. Like his colleague Quentin Tarantino, he