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by Mike Haberfelner

January 2021

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Your new movie Bloody Nun 2: The Curse - in a few words, what is it about?

 

Bloody Nun 2: The Curse is the second story in the Bloody Nun saga! Bigger, better, badder than the first. It is about a priest losing his faith and giving into the sin that turned him into the ultimate evil, and another priest who finds strength in his faith, and a big badass killer nun! The cool thing about Bloody Nun 2: The Curse is that it is a supernatural slasher film and it feels like we donít see too many of those anymore.

 

Central question: Why set the central part of Bloody Nun 2: The Curse in a whorehouse?

 

Why not? It is a great setting for a film. Pretty girls and bad dudes-  let the games begin! I am a big fan of Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood, so it was inspired by those films.

 

(Other) sources of inspiration when writing Bloody Nun 2: The Curse?

 

From Dusk Till Dawn and some of the early Troma films too. I wanted to step this movie up in a big way from the first one and put a few scenes in it that people will not forget.

 

How closely does Bloody Nun 2: The Curse follow the events of the original Bloody Nun?

 

It was a sperate story from the first, but the films are connected. Sandoval the demon hunter is the twin brother Mr. Shiva, the antagonist from the first film. Also, Hunk makes a cameo at the end. The original producer wanted a whole new cast and left the project midway through shooting.

 

Do talk about Bloody Nun 2: The Curse's approach to violence and horror for a bit!

 

We had a bunch more practical effects that got cut out of the film because two actress got cold feet and decided they could not make the shoot. People are chickens in New York I guess, because of the sex scenes in the script a lot of actresses turned down roles in the film and decided not to show up, I guess they thought we were making a porno or something. I wanted the Nun to pick characters off one by one until the final showdown. Because of the two people who did not show up we had to change the script on the fly. Genoveva Rossi [Genoveva Rossi interview - click here] was going to play Bloody Mary and it was a bigger role! The Nun and Bloody Mary were going to duke it out over who gets to kill the people in the house. Due to scheduling we were not able to work it out, but it would have been very cool.

 

At least to me, Bloody Nun 2: The Curse was at times also wickedly funny - do you at all agree, and if so, a few words about your movie's brand of humour?

 

Yes, Bloody Nun 2: The Curse is all about dark humor and trying to take the characters and put them in as over-the-top situations as possible. I think there were a lot of funny lines in the film and I am proud of it.

 

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

 

I was very focused and locked in on this film. I was just coming out of the police academy, so I still had a lot of that in me and was very machine-like and focused. I am way more relaxed on set now and way more vocal, you must let your actors know exactly what you want from them. I was just concerned about getting the major shots on my shot list done, I was thrown off by the people who did not show up and we only had the beach house for two days, so I had to work fast.

 

You also play a character in a clown mask in Bloody Nun 2: The Curse - so do talk about your character, what did you draw upon to bring him to life, and in what way has wearing a mask influenced your performance?

 

It was a lot of fun! I love pro wrestling, so I just created this insane pro wrestler from Mexico in my mind and went wild. It's so easy to act with a mask on, you feel unstoppable like you can do anything and be as silly as possible. It was my first time wearing a mask like that and yes it was hard to breath.

 

Do talk about the rest of your cast, and why exactly these people?

 

Yes, the cast! The return of scream queen Tina Krause [Tina Krause interview - click here]! She was a blast to work with and a really nice person. Also, Kyle Rappaport [Kyle Rappaport interview - click here] has become my buddy now, but it was my first time working with him and I wanted to give him a bigger role and show people how funny he can be. Also, the Nun! Christian Di Lalla showed up not even knowing what he was going to be doing and had the time of his life! Gary Green also was amazing to work with, and I was excited to see him and Mark C Fullhardt act in a scene together. Everyone was great and pleasure to work with on set.

 

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

 

It was like a party on set! People were having too much fun, I had to yell "quiet" on the set so much that I almost lost my voice. It was fun but we worked hard. After we wrapped shooting, I went back to my apartment to sleep and came back in the morning and there were bodies laying everywhere passed out like we just went through war or something.

 

The $64-question of course, where can Bloody Nun 2: The Curse be seen?

 

It is on a limited run on Vimeo but will be coming to Amazon Prime soon, and I am working on a Blu-ray deal as we speak.

 

Anything you can tell us about audience and critical reception of Bloody Nun 2: The Curse yet?

 

Yes, please let me talk about this and thank you for asking this question. Within 24 hours of Bloody Nun 2: The Curse being released online the film was ripped and spread around all the torrent sites and even the Amazon Fire Stick! Iím flattered that everyone stole my movie, but most of the reviews came from people who saw the movie free online thinking that it was The Nun from the Conjuring series, so when they see a B movie like Bloody Nun 2: The Curse and they are expecting a 5 million Dollar movie of course they were upset. If you look at the actual video reviews that have been uploaded, they are pretty decent and say the film is entertaining and fun. Also, the film was dubbed in Russian within 48 hours of being released! I am big in Russia, lol.

 

Any future projects you'd like to share?

 

Yes! Huge projects, we have the amazing Camp Murder that I wrote and produced, and Mark Polonia directed. Revenge of the Zombies which we start shooting in February, my biggest project to date. Also, Camp Murder 2 will be shot in July!

 

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

 

I just want to thank all the people who helped with Revenge of the Zombies and gave me the chance to direct a bigger budget movie. Also, Shawn C. Phillips [Shawn C. Phillips interview - click here] and I have joined forces and we have big films planned in the years to come. Cult Cinema has come so far in two years and I am thankful that my small film company is doing so well. I get to make films and live my dreams, stay humble, work hard and get rid of lazy people who waste your time. Life is short so be a positive light in a dark world. See you guys at the movies!

 

Thanks for the interview!

 

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