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by Mike Haberfelner

May 2016

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The Amityville Legacy is about a cursed item from the original DeFeo home being given to our Dad at a family gathering for his birthday where we all meet at home to spend some rather crazy time together. My character is the middle daughter who has a bit of wild side and a definite drinking problem, but still for the most part a Daddy’s girl.


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)?


I identify a bit with it in the sense that my own family likes to get together for big meals and share a bottle of wine but we tend to get along rather well J


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


I didn’t play much of myself in this role because I have been going through some changes in life where I don’t drink much anymore and had actually struggled with quitting drinking and getting my life together for about 6 months before we started filming. So instead of the usual getting drunk, I usually drank water. Until you put me in a situation where I am so frozen I feel that I need a bit of alcohol to warm up!! Other than that the character I formed based off the history on the Dad, and that I was quite a bit like he was in his youth. We both had drinking issues and tattoos and out of all the siblings I was the most like him.


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’ve been a fan of all the Amityville films and was just asked if I wanted to be a part of it by Dustin Ferguson [Dustin Ferguson interview - click here].  I am generally more into sci-fi films and comedy but I seem to be placed in more horror movies because of where I live and what seems to be the popular film to make here. I don’t really know many old horror movies but I have heard of them because my friends all seem to love this genre!


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 is always a pleasure to work with and I have been working with him for several years in many films and music videos. I enjoy how smart and creative he is as well as how fun he is to be around. Mike Johnson was also great to work with and I would love to work on more future projects.


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


On set there was a buzz about the room because many of us had been talking online and snapchat getting acquainted and excited to meet up and make this film together. I had talked to Tony [Tony Brown interview - click here] and Jade [Jade Michael LaFont interview - click here] quite a bit online and found we had a lot in common with music and our love of dogs.


Any future projects you'd like to share?


At this time I am working on preproduction of a comedy web series  with my fellow actress and friend Karis Yanike (Wake the Witch, Bloodrites) as well as more projects with local filmmakers that are not yet in the making.


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


I come from a very musical and theatrical family, my grandfather was an opera singer who also toured and acted in La Bohème playing a lead and many other operas and musicals. I started singing professionally in a children’s choir and touring in 2nd grade. I sang opera for several years in many languages and loved the intensity of it. I did musical theater throughout school and then started acting in music videos in California before moving back to Nebraska and meeting film people here.


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, and how did the two of you first meet, even?


Dustin and I went to the same high school where I did theater but for some reason we didn’t know each other! I was rather quiet and shy back then if you can imagine. We met through mutual friends here in Lincoln several years back and have always been good friends. Dustin’s super funny and always fun to hang out with. We have been together on many movie sets and some super fun music videos for Velvet Acid Christ and Lords of Acid.


Any other previous films of yours you'd like to talk about?


Some previous films I would mention taking a view of would definitely be Die Sister, Die! And Gloved Murderess. Really proud of how those films turned out, as well as Night of the Clown which makes me laugh every time I see it. Also, if you like rock bands, Dustin was cool enough to help me do a trippy, crazy looking video for the band Failure called “The Focus”. I love it. Also worth a mention, the film It Snows All The Time - I had the pleasure of being in a bar scene and working with actress Taryn Manning from my favorite show Orange Is The New Black and the movie 8 Mile. I’m excited to see this movie because its subject matter is about a family in Omaha going through the turmoil of having a parent suffering from Alzheimer’s disease on a very real level by Omaha actor Erich Hover (Moneyball).


How would you describe yourself as an actress, and some of your techniques to bring your characters to life?


That’s a tough question. I think I relate well to many people and situations because I have traveled a lot and been through it all. I like acting because I get to deal with sometimes crazy situations and come out ok (in real life) even if I die on screen. I really enjoyed getting some angst out playing Julia in Gloved Murderess because sometimes you wish you could just go nuts and chop someone’s arm off without going to jail. Lol. I would love to play a female serial killer or stalker in a film I think I could really take the character to an intense level.


Actresses (and indeed actors) who inspire you?


I have never been a big movie buff but I do enjoy Julia Roberts, Audrey Tautou, Ryan Gosling, Julie Deply, and Taryn Manning.


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I absolutely love the movie Event Horizon, a sci-fi thriller. Always scared me to watch it at night but I love sci-fi. I also frequently re-watch Amelie, 2 Days In Paris, all Indiana Jones movies and the Russian sci-fi Solaris by Andrei Tarkovsky.


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I could never get into Frozen. I tried. Just, no.


Your website, Facebook, whatever else?


Jennii Caroline –Actress– too many strangers try to add me on Facebook and I only use it really for family and am not really into social media so there is this version of it where people can follow for updates! I use my phone for taking pictures not Facebook. I was probably the last person to even sign up! I am all about Instagram though… J


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


Not that I can think of! J


Thanks for the interview!


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