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An Interview with Debbie D, Director and Star of Doomsday Stories, Star of Horrortales.666 Part 3

by Mike Haberfelner

May 2022

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You've only recently contributed the segment Bomb Threats to the anthology movie Doomsday Stories - so what's your segment about?


I believe I was the last one who contributed to the Doomsday Stories because that’s when I found out about the project, when there was one story left to go. I had raised my hand and was told go ahead write one!! Then I thought about so many ideas in my head and realized, oh wait, is there a topic I have to follow?


With Doomsday Stories being a post-apocalypse flick, is that a genre you're at all fond of, and some of your genre favourites?


I was told it was to be an apocalyptic film, one that can be present or past. So I sat down with my head all scrambled and started to type. I was in a few movies like this during my 30 year career in moviemaking, but the stories are so vast.


Other sources of inspiration when writing Bomb Threats?


I called my short Bomb Threats after I was halfway through, then when it was finished Philip Herman wanted to make sure I had mentioned something in the story to tie it all together. So I went back to my laptop and added “the mention” in a perfect spot.


Have you made Bomb Threats specifically for Doomsday Stories, or did including it only come as an afterthought? And how did you get involved with the anthology in the first place?


I wrote the story specifically for Doomsday Stories. PhiliHerman usually keeps me abreast on what he’s doing.


What can you tell us about your directorial approach to your story at hand?


I wrote Bomb Threats with everything from how the camera starts the filming and each detail in between, and of course the dialogue. I’ve written a few stories for books so I like to give detail.


You also appear in front of the camera in Bomb Threats - so what can you tell us about your character, what did you draw upon to bring her to life, and did you write her with yourself in mind from the get-go?


With all my writings there is always non-fiction as well as fiction involved. For those who know me they know which parts are non-fiction. So my character in Bomb Threats is both fiction and non-fiction.


What can you tell us about the rest of your cast, and why exactly these people?


There is only one other person/actor in this Bomb Threats story that is actually seen. He is an actor I have worked with in the past - talented plus reliable.


A few words about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?


As I type this I have already shot two locations for Bomb Threats. The other location will be shot early June. I am very happy with the footage so far.


From what I know, you also appear in front of the camera in the upcoming Horrortales.666 Part 3 - now what can you tell us about that one, and your role in it?


Horrortales.666 Part 3 was interesting to film and I look forward to seeing the finished product as well as the whole compilation together. The character was distraught and you do feel for her and you hope for her.


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


The Judy character I played in Horrortales.666 Part 3 was just a portrayal of the character I imagined she should be. I’m sure other actresses would have had a different take on her.


How did you get involved with the project in the first place?


Philip Herman asked me if I would play Judy and I accepted. It’s been a while since I worked on one of his new projects, and felt I could help bring the story to life. Hopefully others will also agree.


What can you tell us about your director in Horrortales.666 Part 3, James Panetta, and what was your collaboration like?


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My dear friend and acting partner James Panetta in Horrortales.666 Part 3 is also a filmmaker, editor, director and producer, and Philip Herman allowed us to take his story and make decisions on where to film and all the details involved to the making of the filming. He seemed very happy with the filmed raw footage.


Again, do talk about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere!


The making of Horrortales.666 Part 3 came natural with talented people on board in a non-stress atmosphere.


Any idea when and where either of these films will be released?


The release of Horrortales.666 Part 3 I believe is due out before summer 2022. Doomsday Stories will be fall to winter depending on the filming, completion, editing etc.


Any other future projects you'd like to share?


I’m always involved in something, so one would have to keep a keen eye out. 


Your website, social media, whatever else?


You can reach me at 

I also have a website at

My Facebook is under “public figures” at ScreamQueen-Debbie D 

My Instagram is debbie_d46


Thanks for the interview!


Thank you - hope you enjoy the stories!


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