Freeman Williams is a performer, writer and b-movie aficionado who once experienced making a low budget horror movie when he wrote what became FOREVER EVIL. After talking to some young talent making low budget genre films in the current cinematic climate and hearing Brad Sykes talk about his experiences in the early 00’s we wanted to get some perspective from someone who made one in those heady days where VHS was king. Freeman speaks both fondly and not so fondly of his experiences in seeing his baby go from typewriter (some sort of bizarre analog device used in the distant past) to screen and what became of it. A great chat with a great gentleman, enjoy!
Read Freeman’s original account of making Forever Evil in all of its old HTML-y goodness right here
Next week is Michael Hayes and Tom Woodruff Jr. talking about their film FIRE CITY: THE INTERPRETER OF SIGNS which is the demonic neo-noire you never realized you wanted to see until now.