Sound Bite: Kerr Smith – movie like this on your radar?
Well I you know I did because the character. (talking) Well it’s because the genre has become so big and everybody is kind of demanding these kinds of films coming in and people love to be scared so uh you know there’s a lot of them being made and I’ve made a few a few myself.
Sound Bite: Kerr Smith – Why do they open big, horror movies?
Yeah some people like the gross, I don’t know it just allows you to get away for 90 minutes and just maybe maybe feel an element of fear that you wouldn’t normally experience in life and you know still be in a safe place, you know what I’m saying? (talking) No, no.
Sound Bite: Kerr Smith – not too serious a funny horror film
There are points, it always surprises me when an audience laughs at a particular point of the movie that I wasn’t expecting at all you know what I mean, you’re right it’s that nervous laughter of kind of releasing that tension that you have through most of the film.
Sound Bite: Kerr Smith- what is that kind of humor called?
Yeah I don’t even know if it has a name but I know exactly what you mean, I don’t you know as an actor you don’t, when we do this film we weren’t saying okay this needs to be a funny moment here you know it just kind of happens the audience kind of decides themselves what they’re going to chose to laugh at.
Sound Bite: Kerr Smith – what was the 3-D aspect like when watching?
It’s uh it’s quite a ride I’ve got to tell you the first couple of minutes with all that kaous and everything getting thrown at you I’m like okay this is what we are in for here this is what it’s going to be like, it’s like a rollercoaster ride.
Sound Bite: Kerr Smith – behind the scenes was it a fun set?
Yeah it is it’s it’s it is a lot of fun to play it’s fun to experience all of that it was fun to work on something that you know was a relatively new process it was it was interesting to see how it all works and we all kind of figured it out together on the fly.
Description: My Bloody Valentine 3-D Junket Kerr Smith Interview
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