Jason and the Scorchers 04/01/10 By Wil Forbis The pioneers of alt-country return with a new album! They talk to acid logic about the dichotomy between country and rock and what it takes to make it in the modern music industry.
Har Mar Superstar11/01/05 By Semone Maksimovic Semone gets the fresh funk from the best thing to happen to short stocky bald men since George Costanza.
Bret Easton Ellis10/01/05 By Tom Waters Tom sits down with the controversy courting author of such modern classics as Less than Zero and American Psycho.
Lloyd Kaufman09/01/05 By Tom Waters It's the acid logic interview you've been waiting for! Tom queries the creative madman behind "The Toxic Avenger," "Sgt. Kabukiman" and Troma Films.
The Free Design 09/01/05 By Semone Maksimovic Semone questions the leader of the classic rock group now enjoying renewed
Frank DeLima By Deborah Hall Frank DeLima, the most recognized practitioner of "Island-style"
comedy details his ups and downs and dissects the ethnic joke.
Chan-Wook Park By Seana Sperling Seana
talks to the Korean Horror/Suspense director behind Joint Security
Area, Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance and the recently released Old Boy.
12/16/03 By Semone Maksimovic Semone chats up the eclectic multi-talent about music, film, the
influence of Prince and working with Harvey Keitel.
Keith as the Devastating Reverend Tom 11/16/03 By Semone Maksimovic Do they get any Krazier than Kool Keith? The rap star beams down
from the mothership to talk about space age rap and his work with hip
hop supergroup, The Undertakerz.
Further - Punk Rock Vampires By Semone Maksimovic AL rock correspondent Semone Maksimovic spreads the gospel on Further,
who have just released "PunkRockVampires"on Fierce
Kurosawa By Seana Sperling Japanese horror director
Kiyoshi Kurosawa has brought a bold vision to the genre with films like
"Cure," and "Seance." He sits down with Seana to
talk about his work.
Me First and the Gimme
Semone Maksimovic Gasp as Semone speaks to Spike Slawson, lead singer of the best
punk rock band cover band in the world. Swoon as he talks about alcohol,
juvenile delinquents, alcohol, singing "Hotel California"
9/01/03 By Semone Maksimovic Somewhere
between Devo, Gangsta Rap and King Missile lies Australian synth-pop
group SPOD. Semone gets the goods.
8/01/03 By Semone Maksimovic On a
fresh New York evening Semone Maksimovic catches up with Ira Elliot
of Nada Surf to talk about the new album, being dropped by ex-label
Elektra and the pleasures of being taken seriously.
Nick Littlemore6/16/03 By Semone Maksimovic Semone
talks with the dancemeister from down under who contributes to bands
such as Pnau and Lmore.
Teenage Idols 6/01/03 By Semone Maksimovic
Semone chats up the newest of the garage rock bands who begin their
name with "The." (Hey, whatever happend to "The The?" Their time has
Wayno! By Wil Fortbis
and Illustrator Wayno articulates his thoughts on the realities of cartooning,
the success of fellow alt-comic vet Dan Clowes' "Ghost World"
and the threat of Disneyfication.
You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead By Semone Maksimovic Musical
provocateurs ...Trail of Dead discuss their latest tour, the rituals
of performance and why UK fans are the craziest fans in the world.
John Strysik10/16/02 By Wil Forbis John
Strysik has spent decades in the horror biz, performing such duties
as writing and directing the classic Tales From the Darkside TV show and authoring the newly released film Deathbed. He offers
his thoughts on the best fright directors, writing on a budget and the
screen adaptations of H.P. Lovecraft.
Wheeler08/16/02 By Tom Waters The creator
of the java fueled Too Much Coffee Man comic/magazine shares
his thoughts on bean juice, pushing the envelope, and why panties with
cartoon characters are a big seller.
Gordon08/01/02 By Wil
Gordon, director of horror classic Re-Animator and newly released
Dagon discusses the work of H.P. Lovecraft, the effects of horror
films on their viewers and what it takes to be a clever octopus.
Yungbluth, Evil Genius06/01/02 By Tom Waters Jason
Yungbluth's Deep Fried comic book is loved by alcoholic clowns,
homicidal cyborgs and everyone in between! He stops by the Acid Logic
offices for a full evaluation.
Murphy05/16/02 By J. Kim The
original dark lord holds forth on his new album, Muslim culture and
why Jesus needed a press agent.
S.T. Joshi05/16/02 By Wil Forbis Pulp
author H.P. Lovecraft laid the groundwork for modern horror. No one
knows him better than author/scholar S.T. Joshi.
Stuntman05/16/02 By Deborah Hall Getting
punched, kicked, shot at and blown up is all in a days work for Achilles
Gacis, stuntman of Hawaii.
H Richardson 03/01/02 By Wil
author of the recently released "IN THE LITTLE WORLD: A True
Story of Dwarves, Love, and Trouble" stops by to discuss dwarfism,
the politics of beauty, and why Randy Newman is a really nice guy.
Stahl01/01/02 By Wil Forbis Jerry Stahl, author
of the narco-classic, "Permanent Midnight" and the
recently released, "Plainclothes Naked," lets loose on penis
size, the great drug films and the King's jewels.
I Am Not My DNA: An Interview with
George Burdi11/01/01 By
Anthony Passonno In one of the most interesting AL interviews yet, George Burdi,
founder of Resistance Records and a former White pride advocate,
defends his new place in life.
Honey Lauren10/16/01 By
Wil Forbis The star of the new Doris Wishman film, "Satan Was A Lady"
talks about playing it straight in camp films, dancing with the Tubes,
and how much nudity is too much nudity.
Elizabeth Pena10/16/01 By
Seana Sperling The star of "Lone
Star," "Jacob's Ladder" and the new "Tortilla
Soup" discusses working with John Sayles and how to beat out
Madonna for a part.
Wil Forbis The seminal redneck songwriter, radio personality and social critic
discusses Evel Knievel, Country Dick, MTV, Ellen DeGeneres, Israel,
parenthood, cholesterol, Libertarians and debating Jello Biafra. Yep,
it's a mouthful.
Curtis Armstrong 8/01/01
Comedic actor, Curtis
Armstrong, star of "Revenge of the Nerds,"" Moonlighting"
and the Sci-Fi channel's "The Chronicle," discusses
his career and the
life of a working thespian.
Speed Metal Goddess, The Great Kat, wards off annoying interview questions
with a flick of her tail... and a whole lot of yelling.
Rockett of Poison
Wil talks music
and philosophy with the drummer/animal rights activist famous for bashing
skins in the world reknowned hard rock band, Poison.
Siry of Fox Entertainment 5/15/01 By Pete Moss
Pete interrogates the Creative Director of the Fox Family Interactive
Group about the big entertainment side of cartoons and the world wide
Pinckert of the NakedNews.com 5/01/01
By Wil Forbis
The official spokesperson
streaming video site, the Naked News, discusses nudity, the First Amendment,
and whether or not we need a naked Dan Rather.
of the popular one man show, "21 Dog Years: Doing Time @ Amazon.com"
shares his views.
Pete Moss Interviews
Teller 4/01/01 By
Pete Moss and
the magician, Teller, chat about the usual stuff like stalkers, the
existence of God and Freudianism.
Gerald V. Casale of DEVO3/01/01 By
This is a big
one, folks. Pop icon, Gerald V. Casale, talks about De-evolution, watching
the Kent State Massacre, and life in the world's most interesting rock
Smith from diskant.net 2/01/01 By Wil Forbis Marceline Smith has been chiseling away in the world of paper and
web zines for years. We get her thoughts on such subjects as zine publishing,
the Scottish music scene and what it takes to be a Pokemon master.
with Amanda Forbis, Part 2 12/31/00 By Seana Sperling In part 2 of this interview, Oscar nominated animator Amanda Forbis
talks about film making technique and "transcendent moments in
the lives of chickens."
With Amanda Forbis11/15/00
By Seana Sperling
Oscar nominated filmmaker
Amanda Forbis ponders such subjects as the state of animation, chance
meetings with Robin Williams and Q-Tips.