UGO: How was working with director Jeremy Kasten on The Thirst?
JEREMY: It was a fun role. I was the king of the vampires or something like that. I play the head of this little family like the Manson family. We would go around and just kill a bunch of people from place to place and move around and have this real rock star concept of us. We take somebody into our group and the person comes in and gets addicted with us as we start eating a lot of people and living this crazy life. It is our little metaphor for drug addiction.
UGO: How did you like playing a vampire?
JEREMY: It was fun for a minute. [laughs] Then you want to play a human being.