Jody Quigley in the film Impuratus

Jody Quigley His varied career has included everything acting and restaurant management. He is now back in the spotlight as Daniel Glassman, a Civil War Soldier who has been tortured. in Impuratus.

Doug, his first leading man appearance as Doug in Apparition, Jody Realizing his love for horror films and the appreciation it gave him, he was inspired to play T in the film.Sizemore in writer-director Michael Yurinko’s The latest film about the supernatural, made by Jody’s father, Guy QuigleyThe following is a list of Thundersmoke Media Doylestown. 

You will be riveted by the indie movie Jody’s character Daniel Glassman who not only witnesses the horrors of war but something far more sinister when he is rescued by a reserved but hospitable couple, (Lew Temple  Silvia Spross). 

First public screening of the film was held in The County Theater in February, late in Doylestown, only a short distance away from The Hattery Stove & Still at the Doylestown Inn which is owned and operated by Jody QuigleyGuy, Wendy, and his mother. QuigleySamantha Quigley McCarty and Todd McCarty are married to McCarty. The operations are under Samantha and Todd’s control. Jody.

Many of The Hattery’s employees came out to support Jody The popular restaurant is run by Lauren, Emma, Lily and Lauren Chalfont.

Jody Quigley in the film, Impuratus
Jody Quigley in Film. Impuratus. Photo credit: Thundersmoke Media

Impuratus was super scary,” Emma remarked. “I was not expecting to be that scared by Jody…I could see that he’s a really good actor.”

Lily stated that she “loved the movie. I was freaked out a bit during certain parts…but Jody’s performance was the best.”

County Theater was bustling not only with patrons and friends but also because of excitement about the new movie, a second theater opened to provide additional seating. 

Jody Quigley’s performance as both a deranged, crazed 90-year-old dying man, and 50 years earlier as a terrified, injured soldier was riveting throughout, causing viewers to scream in Fear and terror Jody When confronted with supernatural forces in The film. 

When you consider the demands of this role, it is a sight to see. It was not only a stunning performance, Jody Faced with multiple prosthetics which had to be removed and applied again over the course filming. Also, the extreme temperature outside and inside Pennhurst Asylum. 

You play Daniel Glassman who’s sort of an enigma throughout the film. Was it a rewarding experience to portray this character?

Jody Quigley: It was definitely weird bouncing from someone younger to having to play someone on their 90-year-old deathbed. 

It was said that many prosthetics were involved in the film. in The bitter cold. 

Jody Quigley: Yes, in The bitter cold. I was there at 6 o’clock in The prosthetics would be put on in the morning for approximately two hours, then the cast would arrive. By the fifth day, it was almost over. I had done six to seven days with prosthetics. They can only get rid of it with rubbing alcohol.

It’s actually kind of funny because once it’s on even our makeup expert Dylan Sides said it’s almost like a pillow on your face. That kind of help? in I was able to ignore the cold as it gave me an extra layer of protection, almost like a blanket. Getting it on wasn’t as bad as taking it off because it was rubbing alcohol every time. It was 28 degrees when I left Pennhurst and the breeze was refreshing on my face. 

Tom Sizemore during the shooting of Impuratus
Tom Sizemore during filming for, Impuratus

You have met Tom Sizemore once before Impuratus?

Jody Quigley: It was not my first experience. He was a very down-to-earth, super nice guy; and not some Hollywood guy who is full of himself. God bless his talented, beautiful soul.

It was a great way to have a conversation about life. “Hey, maybe we’ll try it this way and see how it pans out.” His son also came along. [acting] He was a great host and delivered. It was great to work with him.

Had you seen a lot of Mr. Sizemore’s movies either before you worked with him, or have you seen some of them since the film shoot?

Jody Quigley: Absolutely. It’s been ages since I’ve seen some of them because he was really big in He was in his late 80s and early 90s along with all of the films he saw. in. Tom is a solid actor and he knows what he’s doing. This acting game is a game, so you’re hot one minute and cold the next. 

I’m glad that Tom wanted to make this film because it took him out of the tough/bad guy parts and gave him an acting role with lots of meat on it. Tom stated that he believes in the power of acting. Impuratus Was a ‘comeback role’ For him, a return back to his old popularity. He was too young to see the movie come to life. My conviction is that our movie benefited greatly from his experiences.

The outside of the Pennhurst Asylum
As seen from the outside, Pennhurst Asylum in The indie thriller. Impuratus

The Pennhurst Asylum is a topic worth discussing. Have you ever been? Was it all like shooting there?

Jody Quigley: Oh, I’d been there multiple times for their haunted house. The haunted house was nothing that scared me. I mean it’s definitely a desolate, scary, quiet place and cold given the concrete walls.

My biggest fear was sometimes lying in Looking up from the bed, I thought: “Is that my lead paint going to chip and get into my eyeball?” I was wearing contacts for the first time. Dylan, the makeup artist said it! “Well, you got to practice with these [contacts]. They’re gonna be in your eyes for eight hours.”

Are you able to tell us any scary stories? What were some of the things you witnessed? Airen has a few crew stories.

Jody Quigley: Yes, I know some of the crew might have seen some stuff, but I didn’t see anything disturbing. Because there were certain areas we weren’t allowed to go to, and I don’t think they knew off the bat. They went up to the third level, and we had to remain on the main levels.

They said that they had one camera and that the presence of some sort was felt in the back of their necks. There were a few of them, and all believed the same thing.

Driving to that location is incredibly eerie. You know you’re going somewhere that holds some sort of spirits to a degree because that whole drive it is pitch black, there are no lights; there’s nothing there. 

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