A cult classic is one that has been fully embraced by an alternative audience, not the popular audience.
People who sleep around to get roles are frail and scared and most likely without talent. It's their own little horror show that only they can deal with.
'Evil Dead 1' was never supposed to have a sequel.
Actors who say they can dive inside a character are either schizophrenic or lying.
Any time a writer thinks he has all the answers to how someone should talk or react or end a scene, it's a spontaneity-killer.
There are MAYBE 30 years worth of ideas out there... watch for the feature version of ER in about 25 years... Hollywood has become hopelessly chained to the bottom line.
I see parody as another form of comedy.
If you go to Hollywood, you've already sold out.
There is a large element of me in every role I do.
As far as my favorite sites, I do a lot of mundane stuff on line because I travel so much.
I see the Internet as the next big deal - I wanted to get in on it early on so I wouldn't get behind it all.
I'm not interested in making a $60-million studio film with a bunch of 24-year-olds telling me what to do.
My father was in the ad business, and he wanted to be a painter.
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