EXCLUSIVE: Writer G.O. Parsons gets his hands Bloodied at ‘WILLY’S WONDERLAND’


Latin Horror’s own Justina Bonilla sits down with screenwriter G.O. Parsons about his love of 80’s and 90’s horror, working with the talented Dominican actress Emily Tosta (Party of Five) and getting Nicolas Cage (The Wicker Man, Ghost Riderto be part of the ‘Willy’s Wonderland‘! Also find out what Parsons’ favorite Cage films are and how ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly‘ influenced The JanitorNicolas Cage’s character in the movie.


Justina Bonilla
Justina is a Mexican-American freelance writer and journalist based in Orange County, CA. She has written for a number of publications. Currently, she is also a contributing writer for Latin Heat Entertainment. In her spare time, she volunteers as a film blog writer for the non-profit arthouse cinema, The Frida Cinema, in Santa Ana, CA. Her areas of expertise include retro pop-culture (film, music, and television), Golden Age of Hollywood, cult-films, classic horror films, Latino American cinema, Latin horror films, and the history of American rock ‘n’ roll.

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