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Interview with Directors of Skyline

The Brothers Strause have become a go-to pair for sci-fi effects for years working on blockbusters like  Iron Man, Avatar and X-Men. They made their directing debut in 2007 with Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem, and now they're back with the Skyline. While people might have different opinions about the movie, I was still impressed and fascinated by their process. They were inspired by Paranormal Activity, and so they shot the whole film in their house, with an under  1 million dollar budget and then sold the rights to the studio. They call it the new wave of filmmaking-- the independent blockbuster. Here's my interview for GeekChicDaily on IFC's The Grid, airing tonight on TV: