with Anatoly Fradis...
I: The Return of the Living Dead films have been cult classics, how
have you ensured that they remain that way, while drawing in a fresh
A: We’ve maintained the comedic tone and brought back some of
the highlights from the original films. more
with Ellory Elkayem...
I: You’ve made your name through some unique horror films, what
attracts you to this genre?
It’s just fun. Blood and guts. Blowing things up. And you get
to work with some really interesting and creative people. more
with John Keefe...
I: What's it like filming in Bucharest?
J: ...The best thing about it I think is the crew, because... more
with John Vulich...
You’ve created a variety of looks for so many projects, how do
you keep them looking different and unique?
It all starts with the script. Each film has a different tone and personality.
One of the first things I do, when reading a script, is to try and pay
close attention and get a good sense of what design aesthetic would
properly suite the film... more
with Jenny Mollen...
I: How was the process of the prosthetic make up, how was the experience
Well, the experience with the prosthetics, I’m
thrilled that I don’t actually have to morph. I’ve had some...
with Cory Hardrict...
I: How has Bucharest been treating you?
CH: I’ve had a wonderful experience in Bucharest, Romania I feel
like I wouldn’t trade it in for the world. Working in Bucharest,
Romania for almost four months has been... more
with Aimee-Lynn Chadwick...
Tell us a little about yourself and how you got into acting.
A: Hi, my name is Aimee-Lynn Chadwick, I am from Sandwich, Massachusetts,
in good old Cape Cod. I got into acting probably since the day I was
born. Acting and singing are all I’ve ever wanted to do. I moved
to L.A. to start my career and thus landing me the part of... more