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An Interview with Jason Wright, Director of The House That Zombies Built

by Mike Haberfelner

September 2021

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Your upcoming movie The House That Zombies Built - in a few words, what is it about?


This is a typical zombie film that has great dialogue, characters, zombies, blood, gore, and body parts.

The synopsis is a university student named Scott returns from a ladís camping trip only to be attacked by zombies at a rural petrol station. He flees to a nearby farmhouse and is taken in by the owner and other survivors who have also found refuge there.

Completely surrounded by flesheaters they are all trapped inside and forced to live together until help arrives. Unfortunately, when conflicts emerge in the house the situation deteriorates, and waiting indoors to be rescued is no longer an option.


With The House That Zombies Built being a zombie film, a genre that you seem to return to very frequently, what makes you return to the genre ever so often? And what do you think makes yours stick out of the vast crowd of zombie films?


I love horror and especially zombie films, and one of things I look forward to is creating NEW zombie characters, and so in this one as an example we have toxic zombie, screecher zombie and krokodil zombie to name a few. You will see a few easter eggs in the film as well so watch out for those. We always try to make our zombie films a bit different from the norm with Acid Pit Stop, Zombie Wars and now The House That Zombies Built.


Now how did the project fall together to begin with?


We at Silent Studios Productions get a lot of emails about new scripts every week and whether we wanted to get involved, and this one was one we were interested in and in our eyes had a great story base.


What can you tell us about your scriptwriter Niki Sheldrake, and what's your collaboration like?


Niki is a good friend of mine and we have wanted to work on something together for a while, so this film seemed like the right fit and of course we will be doing other films in the future, so watch out for them.


No good modern zombie film without plenty of blood and guts - so what does The House That Zombies Built in store on that front?


We of course have blood, guts and bloody parts, so be prepared to get lots of that and a lot more zombie action, but we donít want to spoil the fun surprises.


A few words about The House That Zombies Built's approach to horror?


We wanted to do something a bit different with this film, and it is set in a beauty manor house at the start of the apocalypse, so expect fresh bloody zombies.


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


Well for this film it has a great storyline and some great dialogue which will make the audience bond heavily with the characters whether they like them or not. So my directional approach was to deliver that plus make the film look as cinematic as possible, which I believe will be delivered. I have also worked remotely with some teams around the world to give that beginning of the apocalypse that global start of destruction and despair to the film.


Do talk about The House That Zombies Built's key cast, and why exactly these people?


We always are very careful on who we use when casting for roles in the films we create. We do auditions for some and of course some that we feel are perfect based on previous work we talk to too in more detail. We think we have a great and creative cast on this film.


From what I know, you've already filmed the bulk of The House That Zombies Built - so what can you tell us about the shoot so far?


We have shot about 80% of the main film, and so far we have some awesome footage from great acting, stunts, fight scenes and of course lots of zombie action including blood, guts, and body parts. Always a hard thing to shoot over 20 days back-to-back on an indie film, but in my eyes very worth it when you look at the overall task of making a low budget film in todayís climate.


What's the schedule for the rest of the shoot?


We intend to get all the rest of the filming from first, second and third units all completed by end of the year.


You're currently still running a fundraiser for The House That Zombies Built - so what can you tell us about your campaign, and with much of the movie already filmed, what will the money go to?


We still have our IndieGoGo campaign going to raise monies for the rest of the film as we still have a few big scenes to shoot. So thank you to all those that have donated already and please continue to support and donate to this film and help keep indie filmmaking alive.


It might be waaay too early to ask, but any idea when and where The House That Zombies Built might be released yet?


We are not sure yet about the release of The House That Zombies Built yet, but we will be releasing Torture and Mannequin first, so watch out for those films as well.


Any future projects beyond The House That Zombies Built?


Once we have completed principal photography on The House That Zombies Built, we are happy to announce a NEW anthology film called Little Monsters, and we are also in pre-production with Zombikini.


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


Silent Studios Productions work on a lot of films and promotional wor,k so if you are interested in working with us then contact myself via email

Thank you to all the cast and crew that have supported this film, and looking forward to working on the next one soon.


Thanks for the interview!


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