Last time I interviewed Scott Schirmer, he was preparing for a DVD release for his film, Found and for a Kickstarter campaign to fund a spin off of that film – Headless – which he would co-produce and co-edit, turning over writing duties to Nathan Erdel and the director’s chair to Arthur Cullipher, who did the gore effects on Found.
I had a chance to catch up with Schirmer now that Headless is getting in front of some audiences and he takes on a multitude of other projects. Check out the Q&A below.
Found has been out on DVD for a while now, and it recently became available on Hulu. I’d imagine a whole lot more people have seen it since our last interview. In what ways have you felt the effects of this increased exposure?
You can check out the ModernHorrors review of Headless here. If you’re a fan of Found, you definitely won’t want to miss it. I’d also recommend seeing Found first just so you have the proper context for what you’re actually seeing in Headless. I do think it’s good enough to stand on its own, but even still, you’d be doing yourself a disservice by skipping the former.