Q&A with , Director of “Resolut”
Name a Horror character you relate to on a spiritual level? Who is your Horror spirit animal?
I guess, I go with the speaking ghost at the end of the 2001 Japanese ghost movie “Kairo” better known under its international title “Pulse”.
You’ve gotta go through some bad ideas to get to the good ones. Tell us one of your bad ideas. How do you get past the bad ones to find your spark?
I believe I don’t have bad or good ideas, just more or less popular ones.
Do you consider yourself part of a horror community?
I think the genre horror contains so much different sub-genres, that I find it difficult to talk about one horror community. But I see myself as a big fan of horror movies (all kinds of them, from Italian Cannibal Flicks up to James Wan ghost movies) and I enjoy creating my own ones on paper and on screen.
When you’re building the world of your film, where do you look for inspiration?
I don’t really know, maybe in other movies. When I’m working on a movie of a specific kind, I always watch tons of similar movies to get an idea where my movie could go, or should not go.
What would you do if you woke up inside of your film?
I would prepare myself for the warden, to kill that son of a bitch. And if I would be the warden, I would check for a psychiatrist appointment.
Who would be on your ultimate horror villain squad?
I guess it would be Pinhead from Hellraiser commanding his own special force team of Critters.
Lightning round: Freddy or Jason? Stephen King or H.P. Lovecraft? Practical or CGI? Post Apocalypse or Pre Apocalypse?
Freddy, Stephen King, Practical and Pre Apocalypse.
And finally, Ghostface would like to know ‘What’s your favourite scary movie?’
It’s the 2001 Japanese ghost movies “Kairo” aka “Pulse” from Kiyoshi Kurosawa