Quigley, who was kind enough to sit down for an interview with Sound on Sight, is currently working on several projects at the moment and will appear at Linnea Quigley of both Night of the Demons and Return of the Living Dead in the Chicagoland area at the end of August. Acting is a dream job for many people in the world and it is an extremely competitive field.
When and how were you able to break into the business? It sounded so glamorous so I started taking acting classes and I started getting little extra roles in films. Then I got a part in my first film really, which was Fairy Tales. I think when Linnea Quigley did, there were two films I Linnea Quigley very close to each other.
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I did that and that was an okay experience. With that one I laughed at the film while I was doing it cause it seemed silly with the Santa Claus killer and going through antlers and stuff. How did you initially become involved with the project?
I really loved the movie and loved the idea of punk rock and being a tough chick, which was so fun. What was it like working with him and were their any interesting bits of Linnea Quigley that he Linnea Quigley you? Some actors need their egos kind of petted and stuff like that.
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The film is really fun. What was the experience of shooting that like? And what are your memories of the shoot as a whole? Oh it Linnea Quigley absolutely horrible. It was like the army and so hard to get through, because it was freezing at night. I believe it.
Besides the Linnea Quigley experience of working on the film, it sounds like you look back fondly on the film itself. Oh yeah. It was a great bunch of people, an ensemble casts of great actors, and everybody did a great Linnea Quigley doing the thing and it was fun to watch everyone work.
Unfortunately I was segregated when I got away from everyone in the film so I had to do a lot of scenes on my own. Some of those actors you just mentioned had some pretty amazing filmographies.
Did you ever hear any stories from those guys? Switching gears to Night of the Demons, you had to work under some pretty heavy makeup effects in the film, Linnea Quigley how did that affect your acting and the way you approached it?
The acting was probably better because I hate facial appliances, hated them, and it was such a long time in them that I did feel like a demon after all of it. I was so mad about the whole process, because it took so long. On the last day when we came up to the wall and we were all possessed, believe it or not, it took 16 hours to apply all the makeup. I thought I was going to go nuts. Oh really? When you read that lipstick scene in the script, what went through your mind?
I really liked it, because I like really different, offbeat stuff, so actually I though that it was a really great idea and that it would really freak out the audience. Have you ever been in an audience of fans and just watched their reactions? A possessed showerhead going in and out my throat was weird in Witchcraft. Linnea Quigley impaled on antlers was kind of weird in Silent Night, Linnea Quigley Night. I did a movie called Treasure of the Moon Goddess where Linnea Quigley filmed in Mexico, all over in Mexico City and places like that, and then two years later had to go to the Philippines and try and match everything and finally the film got released.
That was weird. How did they do that antler effect in Silent Night, Deadly Night? They glued on the tips of the antlers to my stomach, which made it impossible for me to breathe or else the antlers would move in and out, so I had to hold my breath.
They just put up on a harness, straddling this horrible thing up there on the wall. It was like a bicycle seat that was metal that went under my shorts and then they just glued those tips of the antlers on my belly. So I just had to act like I was dead on there for a long fight sequence that they had to rearrange around me up there and it was so cold.
A good director is someone who knows the shots he wants and has a vision and is very sure of himself. The process of horror filmmaking has changed a lot since the time you career began with the advent of digital filmmaking and how movies can be made much cheaper now.
Has it changed your approached to how your work? Oh boy. Yeah, you Linnea Quigley for a really good cameraman and lighting person, because the cameras they use now, they see just a spot on Linnea Quigley face and it looks three feet Linnea Quigley. Can you give us a hint to what the film is about? I play a very sick woman.
Return of the Living Dead was my favorite one and my favorite horror film is… my first thought is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I really like that one, because it seems so real and the characters were all great. And you could see yourself being terrorized by some people like that. That was directed by Tobe Hooper; have you ever worked with him or met him? Really wish I could.
Another horror film and it goes along with this week, Shark Week, is Jaws. It changed my life forever about going in the water.
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Quigley Linnea Quigley also be in attendance of a special screening of Night of the Demons. The show begins at 9pm and tickets can be purchased online here at brownpapertickets. Davis Theater.