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We should be talking to the district attorneys and the lawmakers in California, especially because this is where the entertainment industry is and this is a place where adults have more direct and inappropriate connection with children than probably anywhere else in the world.
KHALFOUN: Yes, I always thought that for me the unassuming, friendly looking guy next door is certainly scarier as a monster than the monsterish looking predator, because he can lure people in, it’s easier.
" I have to deal with that, which is not pleasant, especially given the fact that I would love to name names. But unfortunately California conveniently enough has a statute of limitations that prevents that from happening.
Because if I were to go and mention anybody's name I would be the one that would be in legal problems and I'm the one that would be sued.
Khalfoun maintains the basic set up: a deranged, but sympathetic mannequin store owner, Frank (Elijah Wood), spends his nights scalping innocent women as a result of his abusive past. Backed up by strong performances, gruesome effects, and an excellent soundtrack, Khalfoun’s provides a spin on the original that can horrify modern audiences anew. We talked about working with Elijah Wood, the challenges of shooting a film in POV, why the film was set in downtown L. We also discussed bringing something new to a remake, his favorite kills of the film, why practical effects were important, and a lot more. I understand exactly what you mean.” How early on in production did you know you wanted to go with the POV format? KHALFOUN: From the beginning – well, I mean, originally I got a script that was just sort of a classic script and from the amount of backlash we received from fans about me doing Maniac, and just me in general knowing we can’t just re-do the movie that everybody’s been biting all these years – myself included, Aja included.
However, Khalfoun puts his own stamp on the material, shooting the entire film in POV format and changing the setting from New York to L. There’s a scene in High , which I’m in, that is a bite from Maniac, so it’s full circle.
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