The inspiration for the movie came to me one day while I was working with Sam, we were pool boys several years ago, and I recall standing there with him and I said, "Hey, we should make a movie in your creepy looking attic". The discussion started from there and soon what was birthed from our brains was "There's a Werewolf in My Attic!"
I like to think about stories in terms of giving birth. I think it's a very good analogy. It's like I am the woman, a fertile young lady ready to be filled with loads of ideas. Sam is much like the man, constantly pounding me, over and over, with his long, hard imagination. He spurts ideas all over me and eventually one of them makes it's way to my womb-like brain, where it gestates and becomes the story for which we then turn into a movie.