More so, because he’s been associated with the film from day one. “I will remember this film forever because we thought of making the film together. It’s almost like my baby. I feel like a proud father, seeing it being received so well,” he told CS.
The actor adds that he has loved watching zombie films ever since he was a kid. “I watched my first horror film when I was four, which was Evil Dead. I don’t get scared very easily and I have really enjoyed the genre of zombies because it’s completely different from ghosts,” he says.
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