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We recently had the exclusive opportunity to talk to director Timo Tjahjanto (Macabre) for his segment "L is for Libido" in the horror anthology The ABCs of Death.  The film's 26 different directors spoke to 26 different sites about their respective segments; you can read up on the other 25 here.  Tjahjanto's segment dealt with the themes of sexual arousal and perversion in perhaps the most fucked up short of the entire collection and one that "will never be seen by [his] parents."  You can check out the green-band and red-band trailers for the film to familiarize yourself. During the interview, Tjahjanto talked about the creative process behind "L is for Libido," his preference of practical over digital effects, plus working with director Gareth Evans (The Raid: Redemption) and his upcoming films S-vhs, Killers and The Night Comes for Us.  Hit the jump to see what Tjahjanto had to say along with an exclusive »

- Dave Trumbore

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