Exclusive Interview: Writer/Director Padraig Reynolds Talks Rites of Spring, His Trilogy Plans and More
For his feature film debut Rites of Spring, writer/director Padraig Reynolds blends a heist gone wrong with a creature feature set in rural cornfields, and the results feel like The Wicker Man, Jeepers Creepers and Reservoir Dogs got together and made out for 81 minutes.
One of the finest actresses working in independent film these days has to be Anessa Ramsey, who stole genre fans' hearts a few years back as Mya in the psychological thriller The Signal, which debuted at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival.
Exclusive: Dread Central Interviews YellowBrickRoad Stars Anessa Ramsey, Clark Freeman and Cassidy Freeman
It seems like the journey for those involved with indie horror flick YellowBrickRoad has been a long and arduous one, but all the hard work has paid off. Not only did the film recently get a limited release in AMC theaters courtesy of Bloody Disgusting Selects, but it also just celebrated its home video release this week onto DVD shelves everywhere.
The headsy terror tale known as YellowBrickRoad is officially playing in theatres right now (see listings below) and to celebrate this well crafted sliver of indie horror goodness, we've tracked down three more clips for you. Dig it!
The first time this writer met up-and-coming genre filmmakers Andy Mitton and Jesse Holland, it was on the red carpet at the 2010 Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on the eve of the world premiere of their first feature film entitled YellowBrickRoad.
The latest indie terror tale which loses you deep within the emerald city of the woods is arriving in theatres this week, and we have an exclusive clip to get you all geared up. Throw away your compass and map. They're not going to help you.