From Entertainment Weekly: It says a lot about the long-lasting power of director John McNaughton’s 1986 film Henry: Portrait of the Serial Killer that many people still most associate actor Michael Rooker with the movie’s titular murderer, despite a list of highly memorably subsequent roles in The Walking Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Slither, among others. To […]
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October 14 – World Premiere – Chicago International Film Festival with star Michael Rooker and director John McNaughton IN PERSON! Tickets and More Info October 21 – New York Premiere – Landmark Sunshine Cinema with director John McNaughton IN PERSON! Tickets and More Info October 28 – Los Angeles Premiere – Laemmle NoHo 7 with director John […]
This limited-time re-release will kick off on October 14th at the Chicago International Film Festival, where the film will screen accompanied with a red-carpet premiere and a Q&A with both Rooker and McNaughton in attendance.
“Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer” is on its way back to shock and entertain a new generation of horror fans.
In advance of his appearance at the Wizard World Comic Con in St. Louis, Mr. Rooker took some time out of his busy schedule to talk to We Are Movie Geeks.
Boston-area fans are getting a special treat this weekend…
Ammon Gilbert at joblo.com has taken a stab at dissecting Michael Rooker, or at least his career as an actor.
Craig turns the Take Three spotlight on Michael Rooker this week with short and sweet blog reviews on Slither, Cliffhanger and Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.
Actor/Producer Michael Rooker, a talented force from Alabama has a number TV & Film credits to his name. With his most notable role in, “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer” to his latest work in “Super” and “The Walking Dead”, Michael is a talent you want to keep your eye on. This year, Michael is making a number of appearances at conventions and radio interviews so there are many ways to catch him.
ONE of the great things about childhood is how easy it is to access the distinct delight of being scared out of your mind. Adults just have more trouble getting goosebumps. That’s because experience is the enemy of true terror. You may shriek the first time you see “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” but the […]