Thursday, December 8, 2011

Film Star Ruby Violence


Tears of Crimson Interview 
with film star 
Ruby Violence





TOC:  Thanks so much for stopping by to chat with us at Tears of Crimson today.  I'd love to ask how you first got into the profession of  making horror movies?

RV:  Well I have always loved horror films, ever since I was about three years old and would watch old films, such as Exorcist and The Omen, etc.

TOC:  I've noticed on your blog that you're surrounded with incredible creatures from some of my favorite horror movies.  Which are your favorite horror characters, and what draws you to them?

RV:  I love a lot of horror characters but I would definitely say my favorite is Freddy Krueger! Another favorite film of mine is “House of 1000 Corpses,” and “The Devil’s Rejects.” Bill Mosely is definitely one of my favorite horror actors along with Robert Englund from my “Freddy Krueger,” movies. I also love Jason Vorhees, and Michael Myers to name a few. Freddy is definitely my favorite.

What draws me to them depends sometimes but mostly the fear fantasies I get from them.

TOC:  Have you noticed any changes in the horror industry when it comes to filming in the last few
years?  If so, what changes and what do you think of them?

RV:  Oh definitely, especially with all the remakes of older films such as “Halloween 2.” There are a lot of remakes that I really don’t like though.

 Also with more teenager type cheesy films, I‘m not a huge fan of except for a very few. Some of the remakes are pretty good, such as the remake of Friday the 13th. Teenager horror films that I do happen to like include “Ginger Snapps,” the first “Scream,” and “The Ring.” I’m very picky when it comes to my horror films.

TOC:  I was just told that you recently filmed a horror movie.  Could you give the us a little insight about the plot and when it will be available?

RV:  I did a mainstream film called, “T,” for Tranny which I had so much fun filming and loved everyone I worked with. You can definitely google it to see the preview and will be coming full soon at a horror film festival. I also just did a hot Vampire film recently that I will definitely keep everyone up to date with.

TOC:  Do you see the trend in horror movies growing bigger lately or slowing down?

RV:  I do officially notice the trend or teen horror movies and remakes. For me it’s hit or miss. I usually don’t like remakes or teeny bopper horror films but there are definitely the exceptions. I like what I like. I don’t have just one genre of films I like.

TOC:  If you could be cast into your perfect role what would it be?

RV:  Oh definitely a hot, sexy, blood lust vampire.

TOC:  We really want to take the time to thank you for letting our readers find out more about the incredible work you do.  Is there any advice you would like to give our readers that might be considering pursuing an active role in horror movie acting or photography?

RV:  Thank you for the compliment. I would say for advice definitely don’t turn down a possible role right away. Take the time to read the script and think to yourself if you can really get into the character. For horror photography, same rule applies as above. Also make sure it’s a role or character that you know you can really get into. Even if it takes you a few hours or days to think if you can do any role, always consider it. Don’t  give up easily. If you really want to do it, do it.

To find out more about the delicious Ruby Violence you can visit her at http://horrorloversspot.blogspot.com/ or follow her on Twitter @RubyViolence








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