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by Mike Haberfelner

April 2012

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You are currently looking for funding for not one but five films you are planning to make at the same time. Before we go into detail regarding the individual movies, how is it possible to shoot five films all at once, and how are you planning on doing it?


The "at once" term is loose. We will do one at a time then go directly into the next one. We hoped to be wrapped with all five by the end of June. On accident we did Ding Ding Dead and Corporate Cut Throat Massacre the same way. Then it was just poor planning going one into another but it worked. I'm going to have a lot of the crew and a lot of the same cast. We will hit a good rhythm by the second film and then it will be cake.


Awesome Girl Gang Street Fighter - what is it about, what were your inspirations?


Honestly, if Ding Ding Dead didn't happen, this would have been made already. This is an older story than that one. I just had interest in Ding Ding Dead so we went with that. But the Pinky Enga of Japan, the 70's especially is the biggest influence for this film. Guerrilla Girl Boss is my all time favorite of the genre and Miki Sugimato is amazing.


With Awesome Girl Gang Street Fighter being an obvious spoof of/hommage to Japanese pinky girl gang movies of old, what do you find so appealing about the genre as such, and some of your genre favourites?


There is a lot that is great. One thing I guess would be its innocence to sex. Because they couldn't show sex on screen they would do these ridiculous over-exaggerated or under-exaggerated sex scenes that make you go "I remember being 14 and being that awkward", and then the violence is hard and there's almost more nudity in the fight scenes than the love scenes. The gross humor is also really funny. Whether someone got pissed on or gave someone crabs. Those were just different films, man. The genre is still kinda around but it's not the same at all. Awesome Girl Gang Street Fighter is going to be more fun and less adult.


A few words about Gritty?


Gritty is one of my oldest scripts. Probably the second one I ever wrote. It's just really fucked up.


The basic premise of Gritty is that everyone dies, right? In a word, why?


Well, it's kinda like two movies in one. The first half of the film we meet these five girls who just had the worst spring break of their lives. They don't want to go home unless they can have at least one good night. They have a wild night, are rude to people, get outta control, then go back to their room where they pass out. Enter: the guys they were shitty to that night. They show up to have a party with the comatose girls. Then we learn about them. Something goes wrong, somebody dies, and then it's about desenstion, betrayal, it keeps getting worse and worse. Everyone gets their comeuppance.


Creep Creepersin's Dracula?


This is about a man who believes himself to be Count Dracula. He is held prisoner, so it seems, in his estate. He sees a psychiatrist daily to help him through his loneliness, pain and guilt. His servant brings women to him nightly to feed off of, but he loathes it so much he hooks them up to an IV of sorts and just drinks them like a milkshake.


In Creep Creepersin's Frankenstein, you took quite a few vast liberties regarding the source material. So how true will Creep Creepersin's Dracula stay to Bram Stoker's famous novel?


Yes. There will be great liberties, but the Stoker tale plays a much larger part in this. The film was really inspired not by the film Martin but by the character of Martin in that film. So mix Martin up with Nosferatu and this is what you get.


Bam! The Ghost!?


Bam! The Ghost started like so many movies of mine do. We were shooting Cannibal Blood Girl, and as a joke, when asked what I was doing next, I on the fly said "a movie about nothing where a ghost just jumps out and tells BAM! Completely breaking the fourth wall and no one inside the film even realizes this is happening." of course everyone hated it and said not to do it. Except James Cullen Bressack [James Cullen Bressack interview - click here]. He said to do it. Lol. But everyone else hated it. It's like those YouTube videos your friend would make you watch because something is gonna jump out and scare you. I hated that and it took me FOREVER to be able to watch a video online because I thought for sure something would jump out and scare me. I tried this trick in Finger Bang too. And at the one and only screening of it, it worked on half the crowd - and that's good enough for me to try to see how it could play out as a feature.


At least to me, Bam! The Ghost! sounds like a satire of reality TV, the proverbial "15 minutes of fame" and the like. Is there any truth to that assumption?


Yes, a little. It was a little hard trying to find a premise that people would invest in knowing that Bam would have nothing to do with it. So now, Bam has haunted the film itself and the ghosthunters are annoyed and clueless. They know Bam exists and know he is real, but Bam is so eager to be on TV that he now follows them to investigation after investigation. So they know he's real but don't care. They want to find other spirits, more cooperative spirits. But instead, Bam ruins everything. I'm sure it's how Zak Baggins will be once he crosses over. Lol!


Fork You!?


Yes. Fork You!


Obvious question: Why forks?


Why not forks? They hurt. Have you ever been stabbed with a fork? I have. Not pleasant. The idea happened by complete accident. Our daughter, who is almost nine, is like the morality police around here. I tend to hurt myself a lot by stubbing my toe, slamming fingers in the door or what have you and I yell obscenities. One comes up more than others. And that one starts with an F. When I say that my daughter tells at me, "fork dad! Language!" - so then after awhile like any good trained animal, I started yelling fork. Then I playfully told my wife to fork off one time she said fork you, I told her to fork herself and we started laughing. Three minutes later I had a story arc for four films about this guy called Forkface who kills people with a fork. In the second film, Fork You Twice!, we learn how he got to be this way, but his skin is melted and there are parts like over his mouth where skin comes down like the teeth of a fork. It's just a real tongue in cheek, super ultra camp slasher flick. Again, a joke that kinda caught on. I think more people working on this slate are more excited about Fork You! than anything.


If everything goes as planned regarding funding, when do you plan to shoot your films, and how long do you reckon it will take?


I hope to be wrapped by July. I have other stuff going on after that so we have kind of a deadline.


Any tentative cast lined up yet?


Yes. There will be some regulars in the mix. Like Matty Thunders, Elina Madison, Julie Rose, Dawna Lee Heising, hopefully Felissa Rose, and so forth, and also a lot of new to me people like Bruce Hart, Suziey Block (who is in Wonder Valley that I produced), Berna Roberts, Ronnie Kerr, there are so many people coming out for these it's going to be a blast.


Since you've got 5 films lined up already, this might sound like a stupid question, but - any future projects beyond your 2012-slate?


Yes. This is just the first half of the slate. There are a bunch more I'm "supposed" to do. Like Murderous Assholes and Final Girl. Also, the next slate has This Sickness, The Double D Assassin, Satanicus, Tranny Trainwreck and Fork You Twice!. I'm also supposed to do a film called Girls Weekend in the fall. And also Ancient Alien Exorcism I'm supposed to do this summer for another company. Let's see how this goes! Lol.


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The band has three releases this year hopefully. An EP that will be out super soon called Venus Attacks Creepersin. A full length in October called Creepersin Lovecamp 69, and this Xmas a CD/DVD combo called Creepersin Go Home! that will have the documentary of our 2011 US tour called Reanimated Roadkill.


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