If you've seen Colin Farrell in "In Bruges," then you won't be disappointed with his performance in "Seven Psychopaths," where he stars as struggling screenwriter Marty, eager to make the next big movie.

A strange, laugh-a-minute ensemble movie by Martin McDonagh, "Seven Psychopaths" pushes the boundaries of dark comedy while still providing several tender, heartfelt moments. Co-starring Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken and Woody Harrelson, the film goes from upbeat to morose as the characters navigate their way through disaster after disaster.

Moviefone caught up with Farrell and McDonagh at the Toronto Film Festival, where they spoke jovially about how everyone's a little bit crazy, and what is was like working with the iconic Christopher Walken.

Watch the interview above.

"Seven Psychopaths" opens in theaters on October 12.
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