Emily Spivey has an impressive comedy writing résumé that encompasses sketch (Saturday Night Live, Mad TV), animation (King of the Hill) and sitcoms (Parks and Recreation). Before that, she performed with The Groundlings, an improv company in Los Angeles, where she met Maya Rudolph who became her writing partner. After working with Rudolph at Saturday Night Live for nearly a … [Read more...] about PG Interview: Emily Spivey of "Up All Night"
James Gunn doesn't want you to have to deal with all the ickyness of sex. On-screen, that is. The writer/director best known for his work in the horror genre (Slither, Dawn of the Dead) is taking on porn and making it more enjoyable for the whole family. "You and your grandmother, for instance, could sit down together and enjoy some nice clean smut. Or your kids could come … [Read more...] about PG Interview: PG-Porn’s James Gunn
Elizabeth Scott 's latest novel, Living Dead Girl, has been piling up accolades and controversy alike. It is the utterly compelling and heartbreaking story of Alice, who had been abducted at nine years-old, and has been living with the man who abducted for the past five years. Her life is one of daily physical, emotional and sexual abuse – each day another drop of hopelessness. … [Read more...] about Another Quickie with Author Elizabeth Scott
Having Star Trek: Voyager, Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls and Heroes on his resume, Bryan Fuller's work certainly does not dwell in the mundane. He has written for grim reapers, nagging inanimate objects and those with supernatural powers. But his own inspiration comes from characters that can show the rest of us non-magical people to see the power we have to affect change in the … [Read more...] about PG Interview: Bryan Fuller
If you honestly and truly don’t know the name "David Fury," you certainly know his words. He penned more than 25 Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel scripts (finishing off his reign at both shows as Co-Executive Producer) before heading to Lost. While there, he delivered several episodes - including the brilliant and oft-discussed "Walkabout," where it was revealed that John … [Read more...] about PG Interview: David Fury