Alex Winter, Jonah Ray & Josh Forbes Talk About Their New Horror Comedy, ‘Destroy All Neighbors‘ Now Streaming On Shudder.
‘Destroy All Neighbors‘ is the horror comedy we did not know we deserved. Struggling prog-rock musician William (Jonah Ray) lives a nightmarish existence as he tries to finish his ‘masterpiece‘ defining the entire genre. Unfortunately, his disgusting neighbor, Vlad (Alex Winter) becomes quiet the distraction for our musical maestro.
When William finally works up the courage to confront Vlad about his distractions, he accidentally kills his neighbor causing a chain of events that lead to bloodshed and hilarity, while still trying to finish his record.
We spoke to Alex Winter, Jonah Ray and Director Josh Forbes about ‘Destroy All Neighbors‘, what would be worse to endure in Hell, prog-rock or interpretive dance and just how much fun everyone had making the film.
I do my hardest not to fanboy out over Winter naturally with the ‘Bill & Ted‘ franchise and ‘Lost Boys‘, but sometimes my face betrays me even while pretending to keep it cool. I also restrained myself in not mentioning the only misstep in ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music‘ in not making KISS’ The Fox, Eric Carr the greatest drummer in history since the last song Carr played on was, ‘God Gave Rock ‘N’ Roll to You II‘, which was on the, ‘Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey‘ soundtrack.
‘Destroy All Neighbors‘ is a grand ride that is worth multiple watches and is now streaming on Shudder.
William Brown (Jonah Ray Rodrigues), a neurotic, self-absorbed musician determined to finish his prog-rock magnum opus, faces a creative roadblock in the form of a noisy and grotesque neighbor named Vlad (Alex Winter). Finally working up the nerve to demand that Vlad keep it down, William inadvertently decapitates him. But, while attempting to cover up one murder, William’s accidental reign of terror causes victims to pile up and become undead corpses who torment and create more bloody detours on his road to prog-rock Valhalla. ‘Destroy All Neighbors‘ is a twisted splatter-comedy about a deranged journey of self-discovery full of goopy practical FX, a well-known ensemble cast, and LOTS of blood.