George and Armando Muñoz, the author of the upcoming novelization of “My Bloody Valentine,” joined YouTuber Pizowell on his show the🩸Bloodstream to discuss the movie, the new movie tie-in novel, the board game, and many other things. Runtime: 1 hour, 45 minutes
The Hunyadi epic entitled Rise of the Raven will end up being Hungary’s most expensive television series to date. Here are a couple of excerpts from the article — “Making six movies so far in Hungary was an important part of my career. Still, the Hunyadi series will be a real premiere, as for the first time I will shoot a real Hungarian story with Hungarian actors in Hungarian,” —
Robert Lantos’ Serendipity Point Films, Beta Film Join Forces on ‘Rise of the Raven’ (EXCLUSIVE) Selected excerpts include— Robert Lantos’ Serendipity Point Films (“Crimes Of The Future”) and Beta Film (“Gomorrah,” “Babylon Berlin”) are joining forces on “Rise of the Raven” (working title), a big-budget epic drama series about Janos Hunyadi, a fearless warrior who defeated the vast Ottoman army and defended Europe in 1456 at the Battle of Belgrade.
On July 30, 2017, George joined Nasty Neal on his Without Your Head horror podcast. As noted in the description on the YouTube video, George and Nasty Neal discussed the following: The newly found 35mm film of The Blue Man (aka Eternal Evil); The screening this coming week at the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal; Astral projection; How George got the shots in the film; The “real” looking stars
My Bloody Valentine: Interview with Director George Mihalka by Kelly McNeely Selected excerpts include— Kelly: It’s kind of timeless, you can keep going back to it over and over again. George: There’s enough subtle details and things to discover. Some of the lines and some of the foreshadowing that pass you by the first viewing, you catch a little bit later. When I was making the film, part of it
For their Valentine’s Day special edition podcast, Without Your Head chats with George Mihalka about My Bloody Valentine. As per the YouTube video’s description, they talk about: directing the film; the different characters; the inventive death scenes; what had to be edited out of the film gore-wise: the longevity of the movie; and a rumoured remake. 🤯
Access Magazine speaks to George Mihalka, the director of the original My Bloody Valentine (1981), about how the film has become a Canadian horror classic in the years leading up to the recently released remake, My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009). Check out Access Magazine Online’s YouTube channel here.