1: What was the hardest scene to film in your movie?
The hardest scenes were the ghost’s POV being awakened by living people interacting in its space. We had a crane float above the actors, and since we only had 17 days to shoot the entire film, we didn’t have a lot of setup time.
2: What was it like working with William Sadler, Courtney Gains and the other cast members in your film?
Working with actors of Bill and Courtney’s stature is humbling and such an ideal learning experience. Aria London was as fearless an actor as I’ve ever worked with. Before he was Price Is Right’s sole male model, Jimmy came in on a cold audition and just killed it.
3: What did you enjoy the most while working on your film?
Writing and directing a film demands such a complete attention to detail, and the most rewarding experience is to conquer all the problems that will come your way. So the entire experience was enjoyable and exhausting at the same time.
4: What was your most memorable moment while working on your film?
The most memorable (and hardest) scenes were the ghost’s POV being awakened by living people interacting in its space. We had a crane float above the actors, and since we only had 17 days to shoot the entire film, we didn’t have a lot of setup time.
5: What do you think the audience will experience after seeing your film?
While they’re watching it, they’ll experience demonic possession, tongue-in-cheek humor and lots and lots of ghost sex. Basically, if you love Tales from The Crypt, this is the movie for you. As to what they'll experience after...Maybe they'll realize that what they're feeling at night isn't always a dream.
6: What is your next movie?
My next film is a futuristic A.I. thriller with a thinking woman’s Terminator as a female lead.