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“It’s for the younger horror set,” Bennett explains to ShockTillYouDrop.com. And indeed it is, the script, by Vacancy‘s Mark L. Smith follows Massoglia, Gamble and Bennett’s characters as they come to learn the holeâ€˜s secrets. “It’s very psychological. We all have fears, especially when we’re younger. I was afraid of clowns. It’s not my fear in the film, but it would be my fear in my life. And the hole feeds on your deepest, darkest fear. You don’t really know if everyone else is seeing what you’re seeing. We’re creating our own realities, but it does happen that we start seeing each other’s fears. We have to face them in order to set us free.”
“We worked a little bit on green screen and that was challenging,” she adds. “You have to tap into your imagination completely, especially when you’re supposed to be on a wooden roller coaster and you’re not far from the ground trying to save someone’s life, crying. It’s tough to go there.”
Bennett says she was thrilled to work with Dante, a director whose films she grew up on. “Joe is such a visionary director. All of this looks stunning and the 3-D really does add an extra dimension. It’s very dreamy. I never go into the hole but Chris Massoglia goes down and it’s this funky, Looney Tunes, alternative universe. It’s really cool.”
Source: Ryan Rotten, Managing Editor