Unrestricted Views from Oliver Malam lead actor from Six Hot Chicks in a Warehouse

The amazing Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival is back for its second year, running from the 30th October to the 5th November, and so is our Unrestricted Views bringing you an insight to the people behind the fantastic fright fest of films on show.

Below we talk to Oliver Malam lead actor from Six Hot Chicks in a Warehouse which screens on the 2nd of November at 7pm. Get your tickets HERE

Love Horror: Tell us about your film?
Oliver Malam: It’s about this “charming” chap who kidnaps a number of models and makes them fight each other for his own sick enjoyment.

Love Horror: How did you get into making horror movies?
Oliver Malam: When I was younger I couldn’t watch horror films. I was terrified of “The Mummy” (yes the Brendan Fraser one). It was acting in a friend of mines horror short that showed me the fun of terrifying someone else. Since then I love a good borrow in all of its forms. The scripts can turn out some truly fascinating characters.

Love Horror: What is your view on horror in 2017 and how would you change it?
Oliver Malam: I think horrors rely a little too much on jump scares rather than instilling that terror. Paranormal activity really set a new bar for me. I love being terrfied throughout a film.

Love Horror: What is your favourite horror film and why?
Oliver Malam: I am a huge fan of John Carpenters “The Thing” great characters. Fantastic villain. The blood test scene is just iconic.

Love Horror: If Hollywood came knocking and gave you anything you wanted what movie would you make and who would it star?
Oliver Malam: I have a horror film in my back pocket based on an old folk tale. I’d love to act in more films (especially my own) but I might be a tad old for this concept.

Six Hot Chicks in a Warehouse which screens at the Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival on the 2nd of November at 7pm .
Read more about the Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival and buy tickets at www.unrestrictedview.co.uk/

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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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