Interview: Dave Campfield and Paul Chomicki (Caesar & Otto’s Deadly Xmas)

With the release of Caesar & Otto’s Deadly Xmas just a few weeks away, I felt it was time to talk to Caesar and Otto themselves, Dave Campfield and Paul Chomicki. Last year I talked to Dave pretty extensively about his film and career (you can read that interview here) so much of this interview will focus on Paul but I wasn’t about to let Dave off the hook and had him bring us up … Continue reading

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Interview: Summer Ferguson and Ken MacFarlane (Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas)

The road an independent film must travel is a long and hard one. It could take years for it to find a distributor and once it does, it still must find an audience. It’s been almost a year and a half since I first saw Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas and it finally finds its way to home video on November 19. It’s a fun mix of horror and comedy that pays homage to classic … Continue reading

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Interview: Dave Campfield (Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas)

Dave Campfield (Caesar and Otto's Deadly Xmas)

Interview: Dave Campfield (Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas) One of the first films’ I reviewed when I started here at HorrorNews was “Caesar and Otto’s Summer Camp Massacre”. It was one of those movies that kept me smirking from beginning to end. A couple of years later, we now have “Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas” which is just as much fun (actually it is better) than its predecessor. The man responsible for the madcap fun … Continue reading

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Film Review: Caesar and Otto’s Deadly Xmas (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: Caesar and Otto find themselves employed at Xmas Enterprises Inc. Unfortunately, a disgruntled employee wearing a Santa suit has begun a killing spree. Now it looks like he’s found himself the perfect patsies. REVIEW: I’m not exactly sure when, but sometime in 2010, I was sent a film to review called “Caesar and Otto’s Summer Camp Massacre”. It was one of the few low-budget films I had reviewed that year that I truly enjoyed. … Continue reading

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