Proxy Zack Parker Interview
The final episode in our mini-series devoted to the films of Zack Parker where we talk to Zack himself! Zack spoke with us for a full hour and a half on his films, his new graphic novel The Cure, and the challenges of creating indy horror films even when you’ve made a number of successful films. If you are an indy horror film fan this is a great opportunity to hear from someone who made a career from the outside in!
SPOILERS IN THIS EPISODE
Inexchange (Parker 2006)
Quench (Parker 2007)
Scalene (Parker 2011)
Proxy (Parker 2013)
Martyrs (Laugier 2008)
Pet Sematary (Kolsch & Widmyer 2019)
Escape Room (Robitel 2019)
TOPIC INDEX – Quench(Parker 2007)(times are approximate)
0:35 – Mini-series introduction
2:00 – Discussion begins
7:30 – Parker’s film and genre
10:07 – Proxy
22:30 – Morality in Proxy
33:30 – Scalene
44:00 – Inexchange
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