Candice, along with the cast and crew of Vampire Virus, Dark Temple Motion Pictures’ latest feature, are interviewed by Paul Downey of Bloody-Flicks.co.uk prior to their premiere in Sohome Horror Film Festival: Pride Edition.
Martin Unsworth interviewed Rodeo Strange, one of the directors of The Great Charade, in Starburst magazine’s Feb 2020 issue. In it, Rodeo said:
“…we knew we wanted to work with Candice Palladino right from the start. We’d already worked with her on a range of projects, and she hasn’t ever ceased to amaze us. She embodies a kind of magic whereby not only can she expel emotion with astounding range and power, but she can also deliver performances with a stunning subtlety, bringing humanity to every role she plays. In short, we love her.”
I hired Candice to play the lead role of Mousey in a table read of my new play The Future Always Eats Us. From her reel, I could tell she was highly skilled in comedy and she definitely proved me right. From the minute Candice opened her mouth, she breathed life and a fabulous amount of energy into my main character thoroughly exceeding my expectations. Consider me a fan; I’d cast her in something again in a heartbeat and look forward to seeing her next steps.
Orlando Capitanio (Playwright), The Future Always Eats Us
“To help celebrate women in horror month, I got an opportunity to ask actress Candice Palladino a few questions about what we can expect from the upcoming psychological thriller ‘The Great Charade’ and what women in horror month means to her.”