Saturday, November 12, 2011

Exclusive Interview: Actress Christine Quinn Talks Humans Versus Zombies, Shark Night 3D And More

Actress Christine Quinn  came under attack by some killer fish back in the summer in Shark Night 3D and now she's part of the zombie apocalypse in Humans Versus Zombies which hit theaters in limited release on Nov. 11 and will invade Chiller in early 2012.

Check out my latest Versus with the beautiful and super cool  Christine Quinn as she talks about her experience in HVZ, what she'd actually do in a real zombie apocalypse, her favorite horror movies and what she has coming up next.

Alien Bee - Tell me about your character in Humans Versus Zombies.
Christine Quinn - In HVZ my character is Megan. She is a bombshell blonde with a screen time expiration date. Megan and her boyfriend are romping around on the beach when she thinks its a good idea to approach a bloody man who is foaming at the mouth. I become Patient 0 by bringing the virus back to the town and exposing the school to zombie havoc. 
Alien Bee - How cool was it to be in an awesome zombie apocalypse movie like this?
Christine Quinn - It was a blast. I pretty much get popped off in every film I do, so It was nice to go out as a zombie for the first, but not last time.

Alien Bee - You definitely have one of the coolest scenes in the movie. You get bit and you turn into a zombie. Tell me about the makeup FX, like how long it took to apply and how much fun did you have biting a human?
Christine Quinn - Michael Jaynes is an amazing makeup artist. It took about 2 hours for complete head to toe zombie makeup, and was just in awe of watching him work. It started with being airbrushed white, airbrushing vaines, detailing the vaines, face makeup, and prosthetics were added to wounds and painted in with blood. Lastly but no least the contacts made the zombie get up official! And lets face it, it is pretty awesome to eat my Abercrombie and Fitch looking boyfriends arm off. 

Alien Bee - Ok, if a zombie apocalypse really happened how would you handle it? 
Christine Quinn - First off I would need a significant amount of artillery, So I would just call up my dad. Second, I would need an Angelina Jolie Tomb Raider outfit, because it just makes sence, and lastly I would kick some zombie butt. (insert slow motion scene of me running shooting off multiple rounds, while random explosions from cars go off in the background) 

Alien Bee - Top 5 favorite horror movies?
Christine Quinn - This is such a hard question to answer, but I will give you a few of my current loves. 
The Hitchcock Collection, Carrie, 1931 Dracula, Queen of the Damned, 1974 Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Saw Franchise, Shutter Island, Anything Rob Zombie

Alien Bee - Any pet peeves?
Christine Quinn - People that feel entitled to anything. I believe in PERSEVERANCE, hard work, and dedication, and with the combination, you can acheive anything, anything at all! -All by yourself! 

Alien Bee - You was also in the popular Shark Night 3D this summer. Did you have any close up experiences with any sharks? 
Christine Quinn - The anamotronic sharks in the film were super fantastic close up. They were just swimming in the water like little water dogs and had random patterns of movement. True movie magic! Also, on my bucket list will be to do cage swimming with the sharks. 

Alien Bee - Tell me about The Ghost of Goodnight Lane
Christine Quinn - This is going to be a really cool film. The film is shot in an actual haunted movie studio where I can personally confirm paranormal activity. I play Laurel. Laurel Matthews is a glamerous movie star who flies to the studio from LA to Dallas for the week to work on ADR and pick up shots on a film directed by Alin, who is played by Billy Zane. Through out the filming, you find out an interesting story about the past of the house and the ghost that haunts it. Alin and Laurel race to find a way out of the locked studio only to find everyone dying in front of their eyes. This film is a mix of scares and humor by the amazing sexy cast played by Lacey Chabert, Danielle Harris, and Matt Dallas. 

Alien Bee - What else do you have going on?
Christine Quinn - I currently wrapped two pilots in Dallas, one where I play a knife throwing villain, and the other one I play a Dallas Barbie type socialite. I have a Werewolf film I will be working in the beginning of 2012 with Francious Frizat, and hopefully a few upcoming films working again with Brian Jaynes. 

Alien Bee - Where can everybody find you on the internet?
Christine Quinn - -My FB fan page
Twitter- @ChristineBQuinn
Alien Bee - Would you like to say anything to everyone checking this out?
Christine Quinn - First off, Thank you for actually reading to the bottom of my interview, and second I want people to know that it may seem far fetched at times, but you can live the life of your dreams if you put your mind to it! -Anything is possible! 

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