Horror Star Interviews With DU
Meet some of the biggest stars of the horror genre.


Robert Englund Interview By The_1st_Shape
The original Freddy make-up took about four hours to put on and one to take off. For the TV show we got it down to about two hours to put on. Freddy is a lot of fun for me to play. I get to use my classical acting training, I get to be big. Much of movie acting is really re-acting. Freddy is broad and bold...... Read Interview
Sid Haig Interview By The_1st_Shape
I loved playing a crazy ass clown. Clowns aren't freaky to me however they are used effectively to build tension in the audience because you don't know what's going on behind the make-up. He was just a guy trying to take care of business. If you remember he gave everybody plenty of chances to back off...... Read Interview
Bill Moseley Interview By The_1st_Shape
I ended up in the genre pretty much because that's where the work was for me. My first movie, "Osa," was a kind of female Road Warrior rip-off in which i played the nefarious "Quilt Face." I had a griddle-shaped lattice of burns on my handsome face from trying to molest a plucky.... Read Interview
Muse Watson Interview By The_1st_Shape
I was taking a speech course at Berea College in Berea, Ky. taught by Paul Powers, the director of the Dramatics Lab, and he asked for new peope toaudition for the next play, " Taming of the Shrew". I auditioned and got one of the leads, Petruchio. After doing several shows at Berea... Read Interview
John Ottman Interview By The_1st_Shape
Well, I seem to be sought out to do Hitchcock-ian things, and that was the carrot that was dangled in front of me to agree to do UL2. I wasn't interested in just a mindless teen-horror flick (although it kind of ended up that way - they're kind of synonymous!); but we set out to take.... Read Interview
Dick Warlock Interview By The_1st_Shape
I always wanted to act in a movie. Oh, I don't mean a walk-on. A real part. Never got that chance. Walt Disney had those ideas about me but after his passing no one ever felt that way about me again. The last gig for me was Spiderman. Fully retired now and loving it.... Read Interview
Herschell Gordon Lewis Interview By Dawn
I have no control over remakes of my movies. To this moment, all theannouncements of a "2001 Maniacs" and "Color Me Blood Red Again" and "The New Wizard of Gore" have been nothing but speculations masquerading as pre-production. And if a legitimate producer.... Read Interview
Dominick Brascia Interview By Dawn
I was odd, if a film scared me I never wanted to see it again... I loved The Thing... I would watch it but with my eyes covered. Now as an adult I watch it and it still scares me... only a little. Some are horror some are dreams... all are a little odd like me.... Read Interview
Michael A. Hoffman Interview By The_1st_Shape
Well, lots of low budget films cut corners and end up looking cheapo. However, with Scary Tales 2: The Return of Mr. Longfellow, our goal is to have a movie that can keep pace with a film budgeted 20 times higher. What one can expect is a surprising amount of gore and effects.... Read Interview
Robert A. Burns Interview By Dawn
It was very satisfying, even though it was very hard work for very little pay. Joe and Mike were very supportive. The budget was very low and I was known by abilities to beg, borrow and steal in order to wring the most out of little money which they appreciated. I still keep in touch.... Read Interview

 
 

 

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