Adam: "I was lucky enough to work with a
Master Shakespearian Chicken once".
Conducted by Phil Davies Brown
December 9th, 2004
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Now that you've met some of the
rednecks, I felt it was time to introduce you to the satanists!
Adam Morris plays Gideon, a young guy who has fallen in
with the wrong crowd, or I guess you could say that he has been
brainwashed by a bunch of satanists. Either way it will no doubt have
How did you first hear about
The telephone information line of the Georgia Film Commission.
"Horror seemed like the perfect
place to get my feet wet".
What attracted you to the
Horror seemed like the perfect place to get my feet wet in the world of
Are you a fan of the
Absolutely. Ever since my Father used to take me to the midnight movies
to see all those Jason and Freddy slasher flicks.
What are some of your favorite
Well those that I've mentioned of course, but now those are purely
nostalgic to me. I'm into Exorcist, Rosemary's Baby, Ninth Gate, etc.
But that Paris Hilton video was pretty traumatizing as well.
How have the shoots been
The shoots have been creatively chaotic.
"That Paris Hilton video was
pretty traumatizing as well".
Is everyone working well
Everyone is tight.
How is Sam as a director?
His artistic energy is boundless.
Would you like to work in the
As long as the stories stay as colorful and as creative as this one.
There's not a doubt in my mind that I won't do another film in this
What will you be working on
Hopefully I'll be doing my best friends movie this December. That is if
the fates intervene and my audition doesn't suck. If that caves in I'll
just work on my training.
Would you be up for a
Most definitely. I was lucky enough to work with a Master Shakespearian
Chicken once, to do so again would be a godsend.
"Thank you ever so much for taking part in this interview
And we wish you the very best of luck in the future."