this. I told him that being a solid citizen in good standing I could only be around for the first five pages and the last five pages of the movie and then Henrique said "Well, we spiced up the first five pages." So this is from (SPOILER ALERT) the last five minutes of the movie, which is okay to say because I already blabbed it to the twenty other extras standing there, deep in the backwoods of rural Ohio. And that was only because they clapped when Henrique introduced me, and I basked in that in case they booed me after the premiere. Though I have my doubts, as I met a lot of nice people that night. Being on set, I would say this house is actually spooky in real life, which bodes well for the movie. Just driving there, I thought Mapquest was sending me to a mass murderer's kill site. Hopefully we will all see each other at the premiere, in the not too distant future.
You can read an article I wrote about being an extra, "I Was Bigfoot's Shemp," right here on this site.