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It turns out one of the investors was showing the VHS tape to his 12-year-old son, who, 95 minutes later, looked at his dad and said, "This is better than ." My career was literally in the hands of a 12-year-old, who, thankfully, liked horror movies. At the time, Midnight Madness was considered some strange sidebar to a very prestigious festival. I showed the edit of the film to Howard Berger and Greg Nicotero, who kindly had come in and done the makeup effects for next to nothing just to help me out.
We mixed the film, and I watched the print at the lab then took it with me on the plane to Toronto. Howard said it was the best horror movie he'd worked on since , and he called Harry Knowles at Ain't It Cool News to tell him.
The film tells the story of a mysterious stranger who arrives in a small Canadian town and plunges the community into a bloodbath.
As co-writer of “Knock Knock,” “Green Inferno” and “Aftershock,” Amoedo had previously collaborated with Roth. “It all ties together: ‘The Stranger,’ ‘Knock Knock,’ ‘Green Inferno,’ it’s all part of the canon, all of the films we’ve been creating,” Roth told Indiewire recently.
We wanted to put the characters in situations where, first of all, you know who everyone is and you know their backstory so you’re with them making that decision, but the film is really a series of moral tests, of hypotheticals.
I had submitted the movie to the Toronto Film Festival, and we were told it was rejected.In the case of “The Stranger,” it stood in for the Pacific Northwest.Even before they began working together, Amoeda said he was a fan of Roth’s work.We also talked about Collider: My favorite thing about the disaster genre and survival movies is the way that they pull apart all the bullshit of society and get rights down to the moral questions and who you really are.ELI ROTH: Oh, that’s great, you really got the movie. One of the reasons we spent a while setting the movie up was to build up the minor problems. I want an i Phone 5, someone said something nasty on twitter, or my boyfriend isn’t texting me back, like whatever the thing is that seems so major in your life, when a real disaster hits you suddenly strips it all away and you see what’s really important and who you really are.