David: This is back in 1987 and I had already directed a couple movies with Charles Band and he asked me to do a movie based on the title of a poster he had. There was no storyline. My producing partner at the time John Schouweiler came up with the concept of a comedy-horror type of movie. We came up with the whole bowling alley concept. We were able to find the original camera negative to release it on blu-ray thirty years later.
What was it like directing and working with the cast including: Linnea Quigley, Andras Jones etc?
David: I had met Linnea Quigley about a year or two after I moved to Los Angeles. I worked with Linnea maybe a dozen or two dozen times. She is a dear friend. That was Andras’ very first movie. He had just moved to Los Angeles.
What is it like being part of FULL MOON and working with Charles Band?
David: Well I met him when I was twenty four years old. I’ve directed about thirty movies for him. He is a great salesman and he loves to be prolific and make a lot of movies.
With such an amazing resume, what would you say to someone who is starting out in this industry and wants a long-term career?
David: My suggestion is to go out and do it. Write it, produce it, shoot it and direct it.
Did you have a favorite scene in “Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama?”
David: That would probably be the battle in the mall by the fountain. I thought that was a really good scene and a lot of fun.
What are you working on next?
David: Yes, this Halloween I have four releases coming out. I have “Evil Exhumed” starring Eric Roberts. It premieres October 1st. I also have “Asian Ghost Story” starring Cynthia Rothrock which is a martial arts horror/supernatural thriller. That one was really involved project because there was a lot of action. Also “Sorority Slaughterhouse,” starring Eric Roberts. The last title I have is “Teen Warlock,” which is a throwback to the eighties teen comedy.
What do you want to say to the fans?
David: Well this is the special edition because we used the original camera negatives so this movie will not look any better than what we’ve done. It is a completely different movie almost because it is from the original camera negatives. There is a two hour and fifteen minute making of documentary. It is a jam-packed blu-ray.
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