JW: "Can you explain you role in BloodRayne and how it contrasts with your part as Fagin in the upoming Oliver Twist movie?"
BK: "My role in BloodRayne is king of the vampires which obviously is very attractive to the imagination. I donâ€™t really know what I want to achieve in the role- I donâ€™t think achievement is the right word. I want to present to the audience a king fighting a rebellion led by his daughter which is I think very rich because nobody knows what it is like to be a vampire so you have to use your intuition and where I can use my intuition is to use a wonderful leading lady in her role as daughter and have her my equal in opposite and that is where the drama of the overall story lies that it is a daughter determined to destroy her father and a father that is determined to destroy his daughter or to re-embrace his daughter and bring her to his side.
So that is the crucial difference between looking at this role and looking at the role of Fagin who is a very highly structured character in Charles Dickensâ€™ novel. Very eccentric, very ideocratic."
JW: "Are you a fan of the horror genre?"
BK: "Yes of course I am. Why? Not becauseâ€¦ I think a good horror film can also include sexuality and passion and tensions and sensitivity and I think if a horror film embraces all this mediums then it can be a very sensually exciting event for the audience so that they are attracted and horrified at the same time.
Theyâ€™re compelled towards this very positive force and at the same time they are frightened of it."