Wolff Mishna: I think the creature features Josh and I grew up loving were always done on the cheap, with the exception of maybe The Thing and Alien, which were insanely expensive, but I think that’s part of the fun of the creature feature, at least for me. Josh, in Scare Me, you used the word “incel,” which you filmed before it became part of our lexicon. Now, it’s neighbor against. neighbor, with individuals either concealing or denying the reality, and the notion that being clustered together might lead to your own death. You couldn’t have foreseen how important this would be, so how is it working out for you now? Ruben, Josh: When folks like Michaela Watkin come along, it’s really amazing.
It’s unfortunate how timely it is, but I’m glad it is because I’d like to think that the film is a roller coaster ride, so that, regardless of what people take away from it, regardless of its relevance, I’d like to think that it’s coming out at a time when, after the trauma of it all, from insurgency to pandemonium, people can at least forget about the past 16 years. We’re providing less depressing content and more enjoyable content as a result of this sad phase, but it’s both great and scary that it’s still relevant and will continue to be. There will always be narrow-minded people in little pockets of the world. IMDB