Here is his reply:
"It IS an Asylum movie, and thank god they don’t cover those, because I would be truly embarrassed if they did.
I got cast through an audition on actors access. I went in, read one time, thought I’d never get it, and I got a call 3 weeks later telling me I booked it and my plane left for Hungary in a week.
As far as people trying their best to make a quality product vs shooting for schedule and budget... it’s a combination of both. I know I was trying to do the best I could with what I had, but I still sucked. Jeff Fahey kept changing his lines, which I would have loved to have had those kind of balls. The director and I still talk, and I know he was doing the best he could with what he had, but you have to understand there is hardly a budget with those things. So you’d get maybe 3 takes if you were lucky, zero rehearsals, and a local crew in Hungary that doesn’t understand English. I actually think I may have gotten shunned from Asylum because I saw the line producer at a party about a year after we filmed, and I told him I couldn’t believe there was a market for these films because they’re so terrible. He seemed shocked, like I’d just told him The Godfather sucked. Needless to say he turned his attention away from me, and the sequel never got made."