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INTERVIEW WITH SASHA GRAHAM

Filmography:

ADDICTED TO MURDER (1995)
POLYMORPH (1996)
ALIEN AGENDA: OUT OF THE DARKNESS (1996)
PSYCHO SISTERS (1996)
BLOODLETTING (1997)
ONE TAKE (1997)
THE VICIOUS SWEET (1998)
GUILTY PLEASURES (1998)
CREATUREALM: FROM THE DEAD (1998)
GARGOYLE GIRLS (1998)
ADDICTED TO MURDER II: TAINTED BLOOD (1998)
ROME '98 (1998)
RAGE OF THE WEREWOLF (1999)
CRIMSON NIGHTS (2000)

YOU ARE A WOMAN AND YOU'VE BEEN IN SOME LOW-BUDGET HORROR FILMS. HOW OFTEN DOES THE WORD "SCREAM QUEEN" COME UP?:

Well, I don't see myself as a "Scream Queen". Yes, I've done some horror genre films. I've also been in over fifteen plays produced here in New York City, worked on Soaps, on Comedy Central, done interactive dinner theater, and was the spokesgirl for an anti-smoking educational CD-Rom. I'm an actress. I don't want to be labelled as anything except as someone who does good work.

WHAT IS THE WEIRDEST EXPERIENCE YOU'VE EVER HAD ON A FEATURE?:

The weirdest experience, huh? Hmmmm, I've had a few…I would say eating in the restaurants in Akron, Ohio while shooting Bookwalter's POLYMORPH and my cameo in BLOODLETTING. They actually have potato chips listed as an appetizer on the menus out there. Weird! What can I say, I'm a spoiled New Yorker. Also, holding a handful of meal worms for ALIEN AGENDA: OUT OF THE DARKNESS was weird and disgusting an experience I do not wish to repeat. As for VICOUS SWEET-I felt like the character was written just like me. Except for the fact that, thank God, I've never been abducted.

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE HORROR MOVIES?:

Oh, where do I start? I love movies so much!!! I love old fashioned slasher flicks like FRIDAY THE 13th and HALLOWEEN. They still scare me to death. I'm a huge fan of David Lynch as well. The big budget alien movies are a lot of fun, too. ALIEN, CLOSE ENCOUNTERS, ET, FIRST CONTACT, INDEPENDENCE DAY and, of course, the end all to be all of all sci-fi movies, STAR WARS. I think it's because they're more fantasy than reality-you can pretty much assure yourself that what happens in the movie won't ever happen to you. I'd rather find myself on an alien vessel than be trapped in Jeffrey Dahmer's basement!

Q: You've gotten your start in movies through low-budget productions. Do you see yourself working on them for a few more years?

GRAHAM: Absolutely! Low budget movies are great, in the fact that everyone is involved for the love of the film. Trust me, you can't get a crew member or actor to give up their weekend and spend ten hours on a set for little or no pay if they don't absolutely love the fact that they are making a great movie. Look at CLERKS, BROTHERS McMULLEN and WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE. America is finally ready and willing to accept low budget films. I think there is much more room to take chances, break the rules, and create a really fabulous film when you're doing an independent feature.

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