Nick Tana is shaking his treat bag of surreal horror humor with the film Hell’s Kitty, available this March. I recently reviewed the film here and after catching the cat that got my tongue, decided to reach out to the creator of Hell’s Kitty to get his take on the experience.
Hell’s Kitty is coming this March and she’s gonna give you more than a case of Cat Scratch Fever, if you’re not careful. This wickedly surreal comedy from writer/director/star Nicholas Tana pays homage to many cult classic horror films while scoring cameos from the original stars for a sexually charged tongue in cheek presentation. But will Hell’s Kitty have you purring or puking? Let’s find out.
Earlier in the month Popgeeks informed you about the impending existence of HELL’S KITTY, a new comedy-horror film about a jealous cat who doesn’t like the attention his owner’s dates are taking away from him. So he decides to execute them with extreme prejudice, as cats do.
You ever notice how sometimes you’ll be reading something and your cat will just plop his body over the pages? Or you’ll be hammering away at your keyboard and your cat will decide to crawl over it in a desperate bid for attention? Cats can be pretty darn jealous. A new movie from writer-director Nicholas Tana takes this to its logical conclusion.
My newest interview subject, Kelli Maroney, is actually a talent I’ve interviewed before. I interviewed her via e-mail for RetroJunk, my previous writing base, in 2007. The interview may have happened only 10 years ago, but for me, it’s more like a lifetime ago. When I first interviewed Kelli Maroney, I was in a very dark place emotionally and mentally, dealing with a whole host of problems on multiple fronts in my life. Kelli Maroney’s work in projects like Night Of The Comet and Chopping Mall helped get me through some very rough times, and Kelli herself has been a friend of mine for over 10 years now. I knew I wanted to interview her again, this time reflecting not only the changes in her career, but in my life as well. We spoke on December 4th, and I hope you all enjoy getting to know her, either for the first time or all over again.