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Thursday, October 15, 2020

[Podcast] The Boo Crew Goes Six Feet Deep With the Cast and Creator of ‘The Mortuary Collection!’

Debuting just in time for the creepy Halloween movie season, all hail Shudder’s horror anthology The Mortuary Collection (read our review)!

Bloody Disgusting’s Boo Crew Podcast sits down the writer/director of The Mortuary Collection, Ryan Spindell, and stars Caitlin Custer and Clancy Brown – for a behind the scenes look at this incredibly fun, phantasmagorical dark horror anthology.

Horror anthologies have long followed the formula where each story or segment is helmed by a different director. In Spindell’s The Mortuary Collection, he constructed a cohesive well made horror movie, taking on the challenge of writing and directing four dark creepy stories himself, along with a wraparound. Each story takes a dark twisted turn and offers surprises that will leave you not only entertained, but satisfied to your boney core.

Clancy Brown plays Montgomery “Monty” Dark who runs the mysterious mortuary set in a beautifully dark labyrinth of a Victorian home. Monty interviews new hire Sam, played by Caitlin Custer. As Monty gives Sam the tour of the mortuary’s various rooms filled with macabre oddities, he shares morbid tales with Sam.

During our chat with Ryan, Clancy and Caitlin we discussed the challenges in making this horror film, the spellbinding FX work of the Academy Award winning geniuses at ADI, and the whimsical set locations – including the stunning Raven’s End Mortuary itself.

“It’s called the Flavel house, it’s a museum. It’s in Astoria, Oregon which is where they shot The Goonies. So if it looked like The Goonies, that’s because it actually was shot on the same streets. You can’t drive through that town and not hear the Goonies theme song from the opening. So yeah the Flavel house is this massive mansion on the hill. It looks decent sized, but what you can’t really tell by looking at photos is that it’s just scaled up. Like the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids gun gave it a shot or two so the doors are like twenty feet tall. The ceilings are massive. Everything is huge in comparison to what you’re used to. So it was a very cool environment and actually ended up being ideal for shooting because we had this space you know to hang lights and move crew and do so in a way we didn’t damage anything.”

For more of an in-depth discussion about the challenges and innovations in filming The Mortuary Collection, check out Episode 168 of Bloody Disgusting’s Boo Crew Podcast. This is one movie you are NOT going to want to miss this Halloween Season!


Follow The Boo Crew on:

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Twitter: @talesfromtheboo

Follow Ryan Spindell on:

Instagram: @rspindell
Twitter: @ryanspindell

Follow Clancy Brown on:

Instagram: @therealclancybrown
Twitter: @realclancybrown

Follow Caitlin Custer on:

Instagram: @caitlincuster



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/podcasts/3636821/podcast-boo-crew-goes-six-feet-deep-cast-creator-mortuary-collection/

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