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An Interview with Blu de Golyer, Writer and Producer of House of Good and Evil

by Mike Haberfelner

April 2013

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Your movie House of Good and Evil - in a few words, what is it about?


A tragic love story.


What were your inspirations when writing House of Good and Evil?


If I were to be truthful, the story came from a night of pot smoking... Eight years ago. 


With House of Good and Evil being a horror film - is that a genre you can in general relate to, and why (not)?


I love writing about the abyss of the human soul. I enjoy writing thought-provoking stories that deviate from the "norm". Our next couple projects are going to be industry game changers with the franchise The Lycanthropist (a new take on the werewolf genre; with interest from horror director Mary Lambert) and Devious, which we'll just say will shock audiences and more than likely be banned in a few countries. I do however enjoy writing all genres. Horror films just get made a little easier than other genres. Possibly our morbid desires fuel the need.


What can you tell us about your director David Mun [David Mun interview - click here], and what was your collaboration like?


David carried the shot list in his back pocket for years even though there was a time when Clint Howard was attached to direct. David never gave up on the project. Finally the time was right and we decided to go down the path he offered to lead as director. Bottom line, he did far more than direct this movie. He pulled together so many resources and talent. 


Related to my last question, as both writer and producer of House of Good and Evil, how big was your creative influence during the actual shoot?


It was a rarity, but I had the final word on everything. David and I had an agreement early on to not deviate from the script. I can say the final product mirrors the script, which as a writer first and producer second, tickles me pink.


Rachel Marie Lewis

Marietta Marich

You just have to talk about your key cast for a bit, and why exactly these people?


We really lucked out. Rachel Marie Lewis [Rachel Marie Lewis interview - click here] has that hunger in her eyes studios dream of finding. She has such range, that was very much needed to carry a film like this. It was a very demanding role.

She was paired with veteran talents like Christian Oliver (The Good German) [Christian Oliver interview - click here] and Marietta Marich who played Luda Mae in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.


You also have a very small role in House of Good and Evil - so what can you tell us about Blu de Golyer, the actor?


It was out of necessity. I worked cheaper than an SAG actor.


Christian Oliver

As far as I know, House of Good and Evil is presently preparing for its festival run - so what can you tell us about some festivals it's going to play at, and any idea when and where it's going to be released onto the general public yet?


We are doing 6 festivals (don't want to overdo it), then we will have a free screening June 29th in Floyd, Virginia to say thanks to the town that helped make this film a reality. After that we are in talks with several distributors who have put some decent offers on the table. We will release this fall.


Any future projects you'd like to share?


Putting all my effort into selling this one and that will determine which of the forementioned  projects we start up. I like having the power of keeping my vision for the story intact. This means in-house funding.


What got you into scriptwriting in the first place, and what can you tell us about your films prior to House of Good and Evil?


I started out by accident then went on to write over 42 screenplays, half of which as a ghostwriter for some top industry pens including Michael Blodgett (Turner And Hooch).


You have eventually also picked up producing - to put it bluntly, why?


Had no choice. My wife and I funded the majority of the film.


According to my information, you have also written a stageplay, Getting Past Saint Patrica, and a children's book, The Adventures of Captain Greenspud - you just have to talk about those for a bit, and any other non-film work you'd like to talk about?


I keep busy writing. The Adventures Of Captain Greenspud is a children's book about eating veggies. Quite a deviation from giving oral to a corpse. Your readers will have to see the film to get that last part.


How would you describe yourself as a writer?


Hungry. I still enjoy it and am ambitiously hungry to create.


Writers, filmmakers, whatever else who inspire you?


My wife and daughter. Everything I do has them in mind.


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Wizard Of Oz, It's A Wonderful Life, Grapes of Wrath. Surprised? Now as far as horror movies I have to say The Shining and Session 9


... and of course, films you really deplore?


I don't feel right slagging filmmakers. Having done it, I fully respect the artist and like all art it is subjective. However, I do feel studios make people cynical of filmmakers and that is a challenge us indies have to fight.


Your/your movie's website, Facebook, whatever else?


Anything else you are dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?


Thank you indie film fans for supporting the underdog.


Thanks for the interview!


Thank you!


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