A PEEK AT THE LADIES OF BOO
At a recent convention held at the Burbank Airport Hilton in Burbank, California, Anthony Ferrante, CINESCAPE?S Editor-In-Chief, presented his new horror film BOO along with the girls of BOO ? Trish Coren, Nicole Rayburn and Rachel Melvin. He was joined on stage by Producer David E. Allen (DOG SOLDIERS) as they spoke to the audience about the experience of filming.
Here?s a few of the highlights from Sunday?s session:
Anthony: 'It was written for the location?an abandoned hospital. Some of the ideas for the movie came from stories about the hospital. The story takes place on Halloween night.'
David: 'The hospital is the star of the film. I loved the script and when I saw the location I knew I would do the movie.'
Were you scared? Did you see any ghosts?
Nicole: 'I?m usually not afraid of things that aren?t there.'
David: 'I believe I saw a ghost and the art director heard a baby crying.'
Rachel: 'I don?t believe ghosts are evil, they just have unfinished business.'
Then the ladies talked a bit about their roles in the movie:
Trish: 'My role is Jessie. They put me in a straight jacket. (laughs) I?m terrified of spiders and they used that. I?m the most straight laced of the characters. I also get to shoot her (pointing to Nicole).'
Nicole: 'My character is Marie and she?s not town whore.'
Rachel: 'My character is Meg who has been sheltered her whole life. Her father was a cop. My least favorite part though was that I had to cry all the time and I looked like a wreck.'
David: 'When Rachel was done with her filming, she came back for the free food.'
Anthony: 'When we first started filming Rachel asked, do I need to bring a bag lunch! (everyone laughs)'
Check out CINESCAPE?s June 2004 issue for more on BOO.
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