The Theatre Bizarre, the new anthology film from directors Richard Stanley, Douglas Buck, Buddy Giovinazzo, Tom Savini, Karim Hussain and David Gregory only opened in theaters today, bizarre or otherwise, and already they're talking sequel. In a Choice Cuts interview between Shock Till You Drop editor Ryan Turek and director/producer David Gregory, the filmmaker had this to say on the subject of the proposed sequel:
"We're actually looking at scripts from various filmmakers. There's people that we had in mind even on the list with the first one, who I've asked. We're doing this again, it's going to be the same thing. We're not increasing the budget, or anything like that. We want to keep it exactly the way the first one was, because it's kind of a challenge. You have to do something at this budget level. You have to deliver something that's the best that you can do with your team of people at this budget level."
Sounds a lot like the Masters of Horror mold, and frankly we imagine Gregory's looking at many of the same people who contributed to that series, or at least their B-movie equivalents.
Check out the interview below!