When Collier Landry was eleven years old, his father, Jack Boyle, murdered Collier's mother Noreen in the middle of the night and hid her body from police for a month. After Jack was convicted, Collier resolved to "do something positive" with the tragedy. A Murder in Mansfield, the resulting documentary film, explores the necessary difficulty of working through trauma. Collier spoke with us about the filmmaking process, his extended (and estranged) family, and the importance of letting go.
Isaac Marion has just concluded his Warm Bodies series with The Living, a daring, ambitious novel about societal decay, corporate overreach, true love, and hordes of zombies stalking across the land. Despite what that description probably brings to mind, though, our interview with Marion reveals that little about the novelist matches what you might expect.
In our follow-up interview with actress Alicia Witt, she is finally able to spill the beans about her pivotal role as Paula on The Walking Dead: part Negan operative, part mirror image of Carol, all badass tragic figure! Keep reading to find out Alicia’s take on Paula, how she landed the role, and what it was like to have her face chewed off by a zombie!
We at Starcasm are massive Walking Dead fans. We’re also a bunch of country music nerds. So when we heard Alicia Witt, one of the hardest-working women in show biz, was recently cast not only in AMC’s The Walking Dead but ABC’s Nashville, we knew we had to talk to her – if only to find out which is harder: chasing country music chart hits or running away from zombies!
In an exclusive interview, Deadliest Catch star Jake Anderson talks about becoming a father for the first time. Jake also shares his thoughts on co-star Elliott Neese's addiction issues, a little known fact about Northwestern captain Sig Hansen, and which actor should play him if the Jake Anderson story was ever turned into a Hollywood movie.