21st Feb2018

‘Death House’ Interview: Max Wasa

by Philip Rogers

With the anticipated horror Death House being released in cinemas on March 2nd (sadly pushed back from this Friday), I got a chance to ask actress Max Wasa about what we can expect from the movie, getting asked to be a part of the film by Felissa Rose and following a memorable and diverse career, what other characters she would like to play on screen.


You got into acting at a young age, was it always something you wanted to pursue?

I started acting at Seven years old, so I really didn’t put much thought into the pursuit of the art before that.

What can we expect from Death House?

You can expect the unexpected from Death House. The intensity of the story line will carry your imagination away. Just when you think you know… YOU Don’t!

Can you tell me a little bit about your character?

I wish I could tell you more about my character, but it would give away too much of a pivotal point in the plot line.

Death House has assembled the biggest cast of horror icons in one film. What was it like being involved such a landmark film?

The moment I heard about the cast of Death House I was immediately on board. My role is something I would not normally do but when Felissa Rose called me and said it would be a personal favour to her if I accepted the role I could never say no.

What was your favourite scene to film in Death House?

Working with some of my favourite actors and friends made every scene my favourite.

In addition to film you have had a successful career which includes modelling, music (as a musician, producer and manager), writing as children’s author and podcaster.  Are you always looking to pursue something new creatively?

Yes, I can never seem to leave well enough alone. I always seek more knowledge and higher ledges to jump off of creatively.

You have had a diverse career but are here any characters or roles which you would like to portray on screen?

I have been very lucky in my career to have played some very memorable characters. I would love to do a post-apocalyptic film as well as a period piece. Perhaps A film based in the ocean and shot completely beneath the surface.

What has been the most challenging part of your career so far?

The most challenging part of my career has been to remain a working union actor since the age of Seven. This is a tough business and to remain relevant is a huge challenge.

Do you have any other projects which you are working on at the moment?

I have some great projects coming up. I am very excited to film Dead Slate, The Wendigo, Vampires, My Dog’s a Angel and Jungle woman as well as the work I do with The bands that I manage and produce. And be sure to listen to http://www.entertheshell.com The Tortoise and The Hare Experience

If someone is wants to get into acting, what advice would you give them?

There is a brand-new web based company that is dealing with just that subject. Follow me on my social media pages for more on that:

Twitter: WasaMatter
Instagram: Onionpeeler
Facebook: Max Wasa Official


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