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Deputy Naish - House Of 1000 Corpses (2003)

Walton Goggins, House Of 1000 Corpses

I love Rob Zombie, man! I thought I was going to be scared just to meet him, but the first day I walked into the table read I found he was the most unassuming dude, with the most normal, quiet voice. I think it’s like Invasion Of The Body Snatchers. I think he got replaced!

That was an incredible experience. I think I have one of the greatest death scenes ever filmed. It’s like a three-minute pull-back to this song, and I’m just on my knees there, waiting to be shot the whole time. And there were rocks on my knees and it was cold, and I was really going, ‘Ohmygod ohmygod he’s going to shoot me!’ And then it happened! Not too long after that I went to a party at the house of a friend of mine, Dan Waters, who wrote Heathers. And he had that scene playing on a loop for the entire party!

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Was having a marathon of the Bourne trilogy the other week, and I just noticed Goggins plays one of Conklin's analysts in Identity. Small role, but still it was pretty cool to see him in that h, and I can't be the only one who'd love to see a longer cut of Django with all those scenes he mentioned and more. Won't ever happen, but still. More

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