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An Interview with Breana Mitchell, Star of The Amityville Legacy

by Mike Haberfelner

May 2016

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The Amityville Legacy in short is about a family get-together, once the toy monkey comes in the picture, father starts seeing visions of disappointed granddad telling him to murder his family. My character is a little sister out of 5 kids and comes to the reunion with her boyfriend, they blatantly have sex a few times, but she still just wants the whole weekend with her family to go well with everyone as it slowly goes horribly wrong.


With The Amityville Legacy being about a family get-together gone horribly wrong - is that a situation you can at all identify with (apart from the murders I hope)?


My family get-togethers just consist of me and maybe Dustin going to my mom's house in the country, so far nothing has gone horribly wrong, but if anything were to go wrong she would have a good secret place in the country! (jk mom) 


What did you draw upon to bring your character to life, and how much Breana Mitchell can we find in Breana, actually?


With my character in the movie, it was easier to get into the role because Dan, who plays my boyfriend in the movie is my actual boyfriend in real life so that made it more comfortable to do those more risqué scenes and the jealousy scenes with Cheyenne. I wouldn't say I'm as outwardly sexual in person.


How did you get involved with the project in the first place? And also in regards to your filmography so far, is horror at all a genre you're also fond of, personally?


I got involved in this movie, well because I work on just about every other movie with Dustin [Dustin Ferguson interview - click here] and I love Amityville movies so I just had to. Horror movies really are my favorite genre, I could go years watching nothing but horror, I would however do a comedy if the idea ever came up.


What can you tell us about your directors Dustin Ferguson [Dustin Ferguson interview - click here] and Mike Johnson, and what was your collaboration with them like?


Dustin has made probably close to 50 movies and music videos and I really think they get better with each one he does. This one is great because of the use of the drone shots and great lighting and sound and picking amazing actors. This was my first movie working with Mike Johnson but he was very cool and professional and gave great advice for how to make the scene look, I would definitely work with him again.


Do talk about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?


The shoot, for me took maybe 5-7 days but when we do, it takes a good chunk of the day so we all spend a lot of time together and we have a lot of fun, they often have to shush our laughter when filming other scenes, I've made so many friends from filming, it was awesome meeting Tony [Tony Brown interview - click here] and Jade [Jade Michael LaFont interview - click here] and now we snapchat all the time. Jennii [Jennii Caroline interview - click here] and Britney I've been friends with a long time from filming and I think they are amazing actresses, I've worked with Schuylar [Schuylar Craig interview - click here] and Julia a few times they are also wonderful people and actresses.


Any future projects you'd like to share?


I just filmed a short movie on Tuesday its going to be 60 seconds long along with about 40 other directors with their 60 sec shorts, just about me getting a DVD in the mail unmarked but says "watch me" and its me on the DVD being chased by a guy holding a machete and wearing a skin mask.


What got you into acting in the first place, and did you receive any formal training on the subject?


I've always been kind of into acting I was in some plays in middle school and when Dustin started doing his movies I helped with sound and just watching how everything happens made me want to do it more and be in front of the camera and flaunt what I have for now lol. I mean really I can't even count how many things I've been in now cause they just keep adding and I lose track.


Let's talk some more about The Amityville Legacy's director Dustin Ferguson [Dustin Ferguson interview - click here] - you have worked with him before quite a bit, so do talk about your earlier collaborations?


One of the first ones I did was called Deadly Doll, it was about 15 mins long and again I get an unmarked package at my door and its a creepy doll that then escapes from the box and eventually pulls me under the bed to turn me into a doll. That's one I will always remember doing, its nostalgic. Dustin when he writes movies he likes to kind of write the part for that person that he has in mind for the role so it's super easy to get into my characters but I do like to try and tweak each one as much as I can, I try very hard to never re-wear outfits.


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Your favourite movies?


My favorite horror movies have to include the Evil Dead movies, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Child's Play, I love B movies too, anything with Danny Trejo, I love the gore.


Thanks for the interview!


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