As any of you who read my best and worst horror of 2013 list knows, I took a real liking to the movie Jug Face. I felt like it came out of nowhere and just reminded us in the best ways possible that good, original horror still exists. It also showed us smaller, indie horror can have just as much of an impact as the big stuff. Thankfully, that article fell into the writer and director of Jug Face’s hands, Chad Crawford Kinkle. I then did some pleading and he graciously agreed to do an interview with me about Jug Face, some of his past work, and the directions he intends to go as a writer/director.
Make note of him know, because if his first feature-length film is any indication, he will be a name to be reckoned with. Check out official website and trailer for Jug Face here.