The immersion of found horror footage allows you to experience the horror first-hand. It’s about discovering something really, really bad is about to come out, which means anything can happen at any time. “Creep” stalks that fear, and Duplass knows it.
When asked by Die everyday If the intimacy of making these films is what draws audiences, Duplass notes that it may have to do with the unpredictability of putting a movie like this together. Whether a scene requires one or several, it seems that working with “Creep” can lead to a spontaneous stroke of genius or a brilliant idea that takes a little more effort:
“Sometimes we jump into a scene, and that scene magically happens, and we’re done in seven minutes. And then, sometimes we shoot it five times, and it’s horrible. there, we sat there for three hours bored, trying to figure out how to rewrite the scene, what to do to make it work, and then we got it, and as soon as we get it, we’ll shoot it right there.”
You never know which way these movies will take you, and that’s what many people find scary. When you are in the company of this character, almost anything is possible. Duplass excels at the role because he can make you laugh with a strange remark before going into a deadly serious state of mind that sends chills down your spine.
Sometimes he can even mix mixed characters in the same scene, such as when Josef performed Mr Peachfuzz with Aaron.
https://www.slashfilm.com/969400/mark-duplass-thinks-he-knows-why-audiences-connected-with-creep/ Mark Duplass thinks he knows why audiences connect with Creep