Billy calls Dom again, at Salt Lake City Comic Con!

slccallYou gotta love these two!!! ❤ ❤ During Billy Boyd’s panel at Salt Lake City Comic Con he called Dominic Monaghan (as he has been doing at a couple of other previous conventions such as Hobbitcon earlier this year) and it is as usual full of laughs and feels…

Thanks to all those who attended and shared it on social media for the rest of us to enjoy!


Pet at Grimmfest Manchester

If you’re in the UK, your second chance to see Pet will be at the Grimmfest in Manchester – 7PM on the 8th October!

Single Screening tickets will be priced from £7.50 (no booking fee) and will be on sale with Day Passes (Prices TBA) soon on the official website:

firghtfestHere’s another FrightFest interview with Dom:

Horrorcultfilms: How did you go about crafting a character like Seth?

“Even when playing despicable characters there’s got to be a charisma – the charisma doesn’t have to be attractive, but there’s got to be something about them. With Seth he’s a lonely man and he’s trying to fix himself – that was my way in. Though it’s not implied strongly in the film he doesn’t have a relationship with his parents, he hasn’t got any friends, never had a girlfriend. We agreed he’s never had sex. So he doesn’t know how to act. Things we know you shouldn’t do, people would ask him not to, and he’d say ‘well why not?’ He just doesn’t know what to do. In a way, I find that beguiling: the naivety is his charm, and he gets himself in obviously very hot water.

My favourite part is when he talks about Pete Jackson thinking about getting hypnotised to watch LOTR as a fan for the first time!

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Dominic Monaghan answering questions on Quora

From time to time you should definitely check Dom’s Quora profile, he is answering questions on there and you can request him to answer your questions on there as well.

Here’s some questions and answers from his session on March 29 2016:

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Wild Things at the Festival of International Virtual and Augmented Reality Toronto

episode-image-320x180Canada’s first festival of its kind will host it’s second annual viewing September 16-18, 2016. The Festival will showcase content producers and storytellers of virtual reality and immersive 360 degree videos. FIVARS will feature the works by groundbreaking international artists dedicated to the innovation of VR. 22 stories will be presented, one of which being Wild Things!

The VR Experience of the episode being shown will take the viewer to Bali, Indonesia with Dominic Monaghan (Lord of the Rings, Lost) to assist a snake wrangler in capturing a King Cobra, the largest venomous snake in the world.

FIVARS presented by VRTO will be at MSMU Studio, 950 Dupont Street in Toronto. For more information visit


More about Pet!

More great reviews and interviews following Pet’s UK premiere:

Dom appeared on Channel 5’s Saturday show – Click image below to go to the full episode. Dom’s part starts around the 1 hour mark.


On the red carpet:

I hope these reviews give you a little bit of a taste and get you excited about seeing Pet – having seen it myself now I think it’s brilliant. Keep an eye out for the official release dates!

Electric Shadows: “Twists, surprises and back and forth power shifts make this a riveting battle of wits and nerve, whose secrets are best left to discover for yourself.”

We Make Movies on Weekends: “With grim gory, the film is largely character driven and that’s the brilliance of it all. As Solo and Monaghan electrify their dialogue with emotion and a beguiling power-play, you’ll be immersed in the sinister world.”

Flickering Myth: “The pure genius of Carles Torrens’s Pet is that it constantly plays with audience expectations. Just when you think you’ve got Pet all worked out, Jeremy Slater’s script pulls out the rug, creating one of the best cinematic and storytelling experiences of 2016.”

Screen Daily: “A suspenseful mystery thriller which initially seems a straight lift from Fowles’ book, The Collector, but develops in other, surprising directions.”

And I’m bringing back an older interview from SXSW because… I can! And I forgot to post it when this came out.. Enjoy!