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Rusty Nail is back in “Joy Ride 3” And you see more of the serial killer in this movie.
Latino-Review had an exclusive phone interview with actor/stuntsman Ken Kirzinger, who played Rusty Nail in this next installment from the franchise.
In more of a horror version, Rusty Nail stalked a bunch of street racers on a lone stretch of highway. This movie is filled with tons of bloody and gory scenes.
We managed to discuss about him playing the character that many cult fans adore in the “Joy Ride” series. We also discussed about the action sequences performed in the film.
“Joy Ride 3” is currently available on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download.
Read the full interview transcript below.
Latino-Review: How does it feel to part of this franchise for “Joy Ride?”
Ken Kirzinger: It’s a lot of fun. I had a good time working on the show. »
- Gig Patta
Rusty Nail returns this week in Joy Ride 3 and we caught up with the movie’s writer / director, Declan O’Brien, in the latest installment of our Q&A series. In this feature, Declan O’Brien tells us about working with Ken Kirzinger, the challenge of filming stunts centered around a moving truck, and his favorite moment on set:
Thanks for taking the time to talk with us, Declan. As a horror fan, what did you love about the first Joy Ride movies and Rusty Nail that made you want to take on a new entry in the series?
I’ve been a longtime fan of John Dahl’s work and of course J.J. Abrams so the opportunity to expand on their work was a real pleasure for me. I loved the idea of a killer truck driver with a warped sense of justice. It will make you think »
- Jonathan James
1971’s Duel revved the engines of cinematic road-ragers everywhere and put many a vicious vehicle on the old highway to hell. What horror fan doesn’t love The Car, Christine, and Death Proof?
Those are classics. But what sets the Joy Ride film franchise apart from the rest is that it’s more about the diabolical driver and less about the terrifying truck. Which is not to say the big rig isn’t badass in its own right, but let’s face it: The 18-wheeler isn’t nearly as fun to chat with as actor and stuntman Ken Kirzinger.
Dread Central: Were you familiar with the Rusty Nail character before stepping into the role?
- Staci Layne Wilson
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