Alex Kecskes

Alex A. Kecskes has written hundreds of film reviews and celebrity interviews for a wide variety of online and print outlets. He has covered red carpet premieres and Comic-Con events for major films and independent releases.

Interview with Parisa Fitz-Henley on “Midnight Texas”

Best known for her role as Reva Connors in the Marvel Netflix series Jessica Jones, Parisa Fitz-Henley has appeared in several films and television programs, including The Jane Austen Book Club, House of Cards, Blue Bloods and Grey’s Anatomy. In Midnight Texas, Parisa is Fiji, a powerful witch who joins a close-knit family of vampires, psychics and assassins in a small town offering safe haven to anyone who is “different.” In this one-on-one interview, Parisa reveals what drew her to the series and insights about her character, Fiji. Read more

Interview with “Ice Cream Truck’s” Deanna Russo

Known for Burning Love, Being Human and Two and a Half Men, actress/producer Deanna Russo has amassed an extensive body of work. In The Ice Cream Truck, Russo is Mary, a mother of two, housesitting her new home, awaiting her husband and two children. In returning to her hometown, Mary discovers an off-kilter mix of overly nosy neighbors, overly sexed teens and an ice cream man overly dedicated to serving scoops of blood with his Rum Raisin. In this one-on-one interview, Russo reveals the challenges she faced in making Mary such a believably complex character. Read more

At the “Van Helsing” roundtable with Chris Heyerdahl & showrunner Neil LaBute

When Van Helsing season 2, returns for its 13-episode run in the fall, there will be more meat suits to chop up, more characters to root for and even a bit of romance.

The series stars Kelly Overton as vamp descendant Vanessa Van Helsing, Jonathan Scarfe as Axel, Christopher Heyerdahl as Sam, Paul Johansson as Dimitri, David Cubbit as John, and Vincent Gale as Flesh. Read more

At the “Van Helsing” roundtable with Paul Johansson and Jonathan Scarfe

Coming up on its second season, 13-episode run, Van Helsing promises more gore, more surprises, and more white knuckle suspense as the good guys circle the wagons against a growing threat of meat suit maniacs. In last season’s finale, Vanessa is finally reunited with her daughter as she learns some hard truths about the family she didn’t know existed. And, yes, Axel is alive. Find out more about what’s coming up in Season 2 as Paul Johansson and Jonathan Scarfe open up–without going into any spoilers.

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Wynonna Earp cast returns to Comic-con 2017

Wynonna Earp, the E-ticket ride that unites hair-on-fire violence with smack down humor, returned to Comic-con for press and fans alike. Leading the charge to excise demons from the town of Purgatory is the gun-slinging, hard drinking descendant of Marshall Earp, Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano). Hailing from Ontario, Scrofano has appeared in over 40 films and television shows, including Supernatural, Being Erica, Robocop, Haven, Saw and Warehouse 13. Read more

At the roundtable as John C. McGinley talks “Stan Against Evil”

In this roundtable interview, John C McGinley talks about the series that walks a thin line between horror and humor. He provides insights about the cast and his character, Stan Miller, a disgruntled former sheriff of a small New England town who was forced into retirement. Reluctant to relinquish his authority to Evie Barret (Janet Varney), the tough, beautiful new sheriff, the two form an unlikely alliance to fight the town’s unleashed demons. Read more

Interview with Clare Kramer on her new inspirational documentary, “Joyrider”

On June 13th 2017 André Kajlich was the first person to hand cycle coast to coast in the Race Across America. His journey is featured in Joyrider, a documentary directed by Clare Kramer (Glory, Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Courtney, Bring it On). Joyrider chronicles the journey of the first and only handcyclist to qualify for the grueling 3,000-mile, 12-day race crossing 12 states. The film captures the true athleticism and history making drive of this para-triathlete as he triumphs over his double leg amputation. In this one-on-one interview, Kramer explains her passion and the challenges she and her team faced in creating Joyrider. Read more