*In the intro there is a mistake as Scott refer to the “crime drama Decline” when he meant to say “Fixer,” just to clear up any possible confusion there.
NHE host Scott Murphy chats to writer/director and founder of Trash Art Films Sam Mason Bell about various upcoming and recently released projects including his upcoming slasher remake “Terror at Black Tree Forest,” his psychological thriller “Acting” (currently touring festivals) and his now streaming crime drama “Fixer” (available on Darkside Releasing).
In the interview (the interview begins at 1:57) Sam talks to us about why he decided he wanted to do a remake, how he discovered that he hates filming in the woods and what it has been like filming under social distancing conditions. We also get into the Indiegogo campaign he is running for the film, what slashers he has been watching as prep for the film and when about we can expect to see the film on the big screen.
Elsewhere we talk about what it was like changing gears from horror to crime for “Fixer,” the social issues dealt with in some of his films (including the former) and a memorable morning screening of his film “Lonely Heart” at the Horror-on-Sea festival. Plus we talk about Trash Arts relationship with Darkside Releasing, missing going to film festivals and debate the merits of the “Halloween”, “Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Friday the 13th” franchises.
You can watch “Fixer” here