Unrestricted Views from Bob Pipe Director of The Monster & The Baby’s Crying

1Love Horror: Tell us about your film?
Bob Pipe: ‘The Monster’ tells the story of an iconic monster from the golden era of horror movies who has been persuaded to star in a modern day slasher movie. He’s an old fashion gentleman in a world he doesn’t understand. But it’s really a love story with comedic moments… a horror rom-com I suppose.

Love Horror: How did you get into making horror movies?
Bob Pipe: My background is in comedy but I’m a huge horror fan and wanted to the use the experience I have in comedy to make people jump instead of laugh. Since making ‘The Monster’ I’ve made a one minute microhorror that will also be playing the Unrestricted View Horror Festival.
Check out my sci-fi comedy web series ‘The Day They Came To Suck Out Our Brains!’ which stars Warwick Davis and huge cast of comedians: tinyurl.com/Brains-Playlist

Love Horror: What is your view on horror in 2016 and how would you change it?
Bob Pipe: Less gore, more heart please.

Love Horror: What is your favourite horror film and why?
Bob Pipe: ‘An American Werewolf in London’ because it blends loads of genres into one. I love the mix of comedy, horror, romance… with a cool soundtrack, great performances and awesome special effects by Rick Baker.
My second favourite horror movie is John Carpenter’s ‘The Thing’.

Love Horror: If Hollywood came knocking and gave you anything you wanted what movie would you make and who would it star?
Bob Pipe: Ooooo. Good one. I’d like to reboot Larry Cohen’s ‘The Stuff’ – it’s a great premise but poorly executed. Apparently Larry didn’t stick to the script and relied heavily on impro. I reckon I could make a really funny comedy *slash* horror *slash* action *slash* sci-fi epic with a serious message in the vein of John Carpenter’s ‘They Live!’. One day. Fingers crossed. Can I have some money please?

The Monster & The Baby’s Crying play at Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival on Sat 5th Nov. Find post more and book tickets Here https://www.unrestrictedview.co.uk/uvhff-little-terrors-4/ and Here https://www.unrestrictedview.co.uk/uvhff-little-terrors-5/2


Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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