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Kane Hodder, Legendary Horror Film Actor: LOVE IN THE TIME OF MONSTERS

February 18, 2014
Kane Hodder, Legendary Horror Film Actor

Kane Hodder, Legendary Horror Film Actor

1Q: What was your best and/or worst experience while making LOVE IN THE TIME OF MONSTERS?.

The best thing about doing the film was the cast. Not to seem like a kiss-ass, but all the actors were great. Even the less experienced ones. I hadn’t known how good Doug Jones was, and working with Matt [Jackson] and Andy [Gunn] was a real pleasure, as well. The only thing I didn’t like about the experience was that I wasn’t there as long as I would have liked to be.

2Q: Festival audiences often have to make hard decisions about what to see, and the catalog descriptions sometimes run together. In your own words, why should people see your film?

Because if they don’t see it, I will fucking kill all of them.

3Q: Time to pre-plan: You just won an Oscar for LOVE IN THE TIME OF MONSTERS. Give us your acceptance speech.

I’d like to thank the Academy for being drunk and/or stoned when considering my performance to be Oscar-worthy.

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