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An Interview with Wolf Morrison a.k.a. Robert Tarantino, Director and Star of Satan's Girls

by Mike Haberfelner

October 2023

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Your movie Satan's Girls - in a few words, what is it about?


It's a funny story about Satan who uses a group of beautiful and sexy girls to bring the world out of balance. He uses everyone like they were his puppets, and of course it's also about his old rivalry with God.


What were your sources of inspiration when writing Satan's Girls?


I wanted to do a female version of Blues Brothers and create my own version of the Holy Bible.


Do talk about Satan's Girls' approach to horror!


Horror? It's reality. But seriously I always loved the combination of horror and comedy.


You also just have to talk about Satan's Girls' brand of humour for a bit!


I have a real weird sense of humour, and I think I lived that out to the fullest in this film.


A few words about your overall directorial approach to your story at hand?


I wanted to entertain the audience, give them some references to films, like Psycho in the opening shower scene, Blues Brothers, only this time they are "on a mission from Satan", and Jim Winburn's Evil Altar ("Your soul belongs to me"). For the shower scene I drew a storyboard to be as close to Hitchcock as possible, and worked it out with my actress.


You also play one of the leads in Satan's Girls - so what can you tell us about your character, what did you draw upon to bring him to life, and have you written him with yourself in mind from the get-go? And quite honestly, how much fun was it to play Satan?


Satan has control over the world in my film, he pulls the strings. I really had a lot of fun playing Satan. I played him mean but also very charming. He could do everything the characters in my previous movies were not allowed to.


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


Humungus is a friend of mine, great to work with and he is in almost all of my movies. The fact that he's a wrestler and tatooed from head to toe and bald-headed gives him a special appearance. Mehdi Malayeri gave such a great performance in my previous film Paranormal Shades that I wanted him back. And after she played the female lead Pia in my film Vampire City 2, I always wanted to work with Veronica Buchecker again. She is just wonderful to work with and shares my sense of humour. Dominic Marcus Singer (Robert), now a well-known name in the acting business (Der Pass, Der Taucher, Vienna Blood), wanted to work with me, his Atalo Media Group co-produced the film and he also brought lead actress Victoria Fraunberger (Cherry) on board, who worked as an extra on films like Baywatch and Pitch Perfect 3 in the USA, and Mike Lomoz, who played a great and funny version of God. Conny Boes (Bobbie) applied for my casting call, and she brought Maria Mucha (Pepper) and Dominik Hauser (Jesus) on board, who were all great people to work with.


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


I always try to create a positve atmosphere on my sets. That makes everything much easier, even if we have long days of shooting. Shooting itself was a lot of fun and as always, my sets are really family-like. I had a camera man for a few days and we got along very well. And it was also the last time I shot in this location because the owner died just shortly after we were filming. I hope we were not the reason.


Anything you can tell us about audience and critical reception of Satan's Girls?


First there was not so much of a reaction, we got a nice online review in the Pressplay Magazine and a few hundred clicks on YouTube, but in January 2022, more than 4 years after its release, I suddenly got hundreds of likes on our Facebook page and I still get royalities every month from Amazon Prime, so we must have a lot of viewers.


Any future projects you'd like to share?


I still plan to make Satan's Girls 2, but this time with an all-American cast, much wilder, crazier and sexier.


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