A Night on the Town: People get to step out of their normal roles and act a little different for a day or two.
As we waited, the wide-eyed portraits hanging askew on the wall and the faded red velour of the pews lent an eerie air to the already stormy night. Hit the jump for our interview with Scott Derrickson.
Why shoot in the Bronx? Oh, the rain has been really hard on this show.
Ralph Sarchie was a cop in the for over a decade, I believe. It makes the movie look at lot, I think, bigger and more expensive than it is. What kind of an adjustment has that been? But the character was very true to who he was.
So I mean, he was an undercover cop with a team, doing special ops with a team of guys, who were just street crimes, just out there stopping violent crimes all night, every night.
We really need a supernatural detective movie, and I was wondering: Yes, because I think those were the things that…certainly Night Stalker. Night Stalker was my introduction to Gothic storytelling. That was the first thing that I saw as a kid that was, you know, I was too young to be seeing horror films.
It was that and old William Castle movies on television. But when it comes to contemporary horror and contemporary Gothic storytelling, The Night Stalker was the first thing I remember me and all the kids in elementary school were just, we were always talking about the show.
And visually, what is interesting to you, as a director, about telling this story? I think the emotional core of this thing is, it really is the story about a character: But this is about a particular guy, and he is a hardcore guy.
I think, visually, the Bronx is the first thing. It makes sense, and I got a lot more than I was expecting out of the space. Can you talk about casting your primary leads and how they came to this film?
I cast kind of in order of priority, I guess, for the script, you know? I started with Eric [Bana]. And we went after him and he read the script, and I met with him a couple of times, and he signed on. Edgar Ramirez was, I think everybody really wanted him, and he took some persuading.
But he really helped make the character better. How has it been working with him on this? Does that bring a different pressure than you had on, say, Sinister, which was very independent, and you got to do a lot of what you wanted to do?
Jason Blum is getting pretty famous himself, right now. Personally, I think the most surprising thing about him is about how good he is at making people feel comfortable around him. Because he seems laconic, he seems very quiet and almost shy.
You know, Top Gun was the movie I saw in high school that made me want to be a filmmaker. And Crimson Tide is probably my favorite commercial popcorn movie.
He contributes through his extraordinarily high taste when it comes to the technical aspects of filmmaking. He really knows how to identify a good DP. He really knows how to identify a great costume designer. So he really helped me crew up this movie in a way that taught me a lot, to be honest with you.
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