I’ve been a filmmaker for 20 years and a cosplayer for about the same time. I love dressing up and doing parodies and spoofs on many different genres.
Leo Nocedo: What sort of person is going to love this show.
Jose Lozada: Everyone that Loves Ghostbusters, Cosplay, Movies and likes Comedy.
Leo Nocedo: What’s challenging about bringing this script to life?
Jose Lozada: Scheduling is the main challenge to try to get everyone together to film a scene. Script wise we do alot of Improv as well a loose script to keep the story moving.
Leo Nocedo: Why did you want to be involved in this production?
Jose Lozada: Well I’ve been filming since 1996 and I’ve done several full length movies including 3 Batman movies. When we tried doing a full length Ghostbusters movie we had to shut down production on it twice. But we moved forward years later to make it into a more consistent miniseries.
Leo Nocedo: Who should not come see this show?
Jose Lozada: I want everybody to enjoy this show. We are trying to keep it diverse with different ethnicities, and cosplayer from all types of media. not only Ghostbusters related.
Leo Nocedo: What will the audience be thinking about in the car as they drive home after this show?
Jose Lozada: Just something to talk about. And when they think of their favorite scenes they’ll have a smile on their faces.
Leo Nocedo: How is this production bringing something new to this story?
Jose Lozada: This is more of a one on one with the character and the audience. You can be more involved with the main character and relate to him while he is doing whatever it take to bust some ghost.
Leo Nocedo: What’s going to surprise people about this show?
Jose Lozada: How we keep the characters more down to earth. They will mess up and struggle like you normal everyday person.
Leo Nocedo: Which is the best night to come?
Jose Lozada: Well this Miniseries is on YouTube so the best thing to do is subscribe and get notified when the next episode comes out.
Leo Nocedo: Call someone out by name: who must come see this production?
Jose Lozada: Dan Akroyd Who has the best costume? Mainly the lead but once the cosplayers start showing up. I’m sure the attention would go to them.
Leo Nocedo: Who in the show is most like their character?
Jose Lozada: I guess the main lead…lol
Leo Nocedo: Who’s the least?
Jose Lozada: I hope they like all the characters
Leo Nocedo: What sort of person is going to love this character?
Jose Lozada: Anyone that loves comedy.
Leo Nocedo: How is this character like you?
Jose Lozada: This Character takes a lot of my real life and pass experience Different? This is a hyper reality version of myself so some of the story can be outlandish for the purpose of the comedic aspect of it.
Leo Nocedo: Is it easier to play this character or to be yourself on show?
Jose Lozada: Super easy bearly an inconvenience…lol.
Leo Nocedo: What do you love about this character?
Jose Lozada: I can be myself and have fun with the character.
Leo Nocedo: What do you hate about this character?
Jose Lozada: Dont have any complaints.
Leo Nocedo: What’s the biggest challenge about taking on this role?
Jose Lozada: Just coming up with ideas to keep the miniseries fresh and funny.
Leo Nocedo: Besides yourself, what celebrity would you like to see tackle this character?
Jose Lozada: hmmmm don’t know.
Leo Nocedo: Without giving anything away, what’s your favorite line of dialogue?
Jose Lozada: I have different funny lines but one of my top favorite is when the Vampire asks me what’s my blood type I reply “it’s Unlisted.
Leo Nocedo: Besides yourself, which actor in this production is going to blow people away?
Jose Lozada: Ellie Villafane did an amazingly kick ass job as the Vampire and we did leave it open for her to return back.
Leo Nocedo: If you could play any other character in this show, who would it be?
Jose Lozada: I think I’ll keep playing my character
Leo Nocedo: What makes a good scene partner?
Jose Lozada: Comedic timing and saying the right thing .