‘The Walking Dead’s’ Michael Rooker on the success of ‘Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer’: “Told ya so”

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Justin Kaufmann, Michael Rooker and John McNaughton

Actor Michael Rooker (“The Walking Dead,” “Guardians of the Galaxy”) and director John McNaughton (“Mad Dog and Glory,” “Wild Things”) join Justin to talk about the Chicago Film Festival world premiere of the restored cult classic, “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.” Michael and John discuss making the film on such a low-budget, the theater influence in the movie, what attracted them to the story, the controversy surrounding the film, the movie getting an ‘X’ rating from the MPAA, how audiences received the movie during its initial release, Roger Ebert getting behind the movie and the influence Chicago had on the movie and their careers.

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