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Scolese's interest was piqued by his older sister, who recounted to him the lurid details of Happy Birth- day to Me, among others.
"This type of film had a huge impact on my life," Scalese says.
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Says Ruggiero of the project's inception, "Fellow fanboy and pro- ducer Rudy had read Adam's book, and was inspired by it and an IFC documentary on hor- ror films of the 1 970s called The American Nightmare to turn [Rockoff's tome] into a film.
It must have been fate that we should end up pro- ducing it together, because I had been working at IFC when American Nightmare was made, and I too was thinking that an examination of horror in the 1 980s would also make for a great documentary." Both have been ardent fright fans from an early age; Ruggiero lays the blame at the feet of "let's see Michael Myers move this tombstone!
For a studio to greenlight that, the production company has to sell it to the bean-counters, and they need to stack the deck with a hit director and a hit screenwriter, and I haven't proven myself in that field yet." For now, Brooks is happy to focus on pro- moting the book, and is not worried about being pigeonholed as a "zombie lit" writer: "I don't mind.