'House on Haunted Hill' director William Malone is currently still putting the finishing touches to his latest horror outing 'Parasomnia'. But found time to discuss the movie.
“'Parasomnia' is a very different kind of film for me,” the filmmaker tells Fango. “I can’t really explain why, but when you see it, you’ll understand. In many ways, it’s a modern dark fairy tale. Everything in it is slightly skewed from reality—in some cases, a lot more than slightly. Nearly all the characters are ‘off’ in one way or another, which makes for a lot of fun.
“It’s a story of nightmarish vistas and dark dreams. Those familiar with my work will see recognizable elements, but I believe the audience is going to be in for a surprise and a wild ride. It’s very creepy and dark. Not to mention that it’s got Jeffrey Combs and Patrick Kilpatrick in it—how great is that? I only hope that I can give moviegoers the same sense of wonder that the films I saw as a kid gave to me.”