Exploitation films were famous for taking an issue an exploiting it because they could move much faster than a studio could. If there was any hot topic, they would run out and make a quick movie and make a buck on it, by changing it around and using it, in some way, to give some relevance.
I realized that everything I do is fantasy, whether it is an adult movie or a kids movie.
It's such a drag to make a movie.
When you put on the glasses in a 3-D movie they just kind of sit there and you forget about them.
I like to keep my budgets at a certain price when I work for someone else, and even more so now that I'm working for myself, and use new technologies to deliver films that look like they have high production levels.
Sometimes I feel like I'm in a dream world, because it doesn't always seem too logical how things work out.
The challenge is what was making it exciting. You don't want to do anything that's too easy or that you know that you can pull off, otherwise it's really not worth doing.
I want to push technology boundaries to be more efficient.
Everything I've done has always been my own made up world with its own rules and its own made up stories.
The studios don't finance anymore, they get outside funds.