We've been talking about the short film Metamorphosis for quite some time now, but it's a new year and the time for talking has officially come to an end. You can watch the goodies right here, right now! Dig it!
The first-ever feature-length film bringing to life Franz Kafka's 1915 tale Metamorphosis is complete, and we have a trailer for you that gives a few sneak peeks at the giant bug around which the story revolves as well as news of where the film will officially premiere.
Tuesday got you down? Still suffering the beginning of the week blues? Then how about we bug out a bit and let you dig on the first trailer for Metamorphosis? There, all better now, see?
We've been talking about David Yohe's adaptation of Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis for a while now. For those uninitiated, the story follows one unfortunate man's transformation into an insect. Today a video surfaced online discussing just how that change will take place.
Welcome to a world where cockroaches are the least of your problems. On November 15th Tachyon Publications will be unleashing Kafkaesque: Stories Inspired by Franz Kafka, edited by John Kessel and James Patrick Kelly. If you're at all a fan of the great Kafka, it definitely sounds like something worth checking out.
For a short film, David Yohe's Metamorphosis is certainly signing up some heavy hitters for its cast! Joining the previously announced Nick Searcy ("Justified", "American Gothic") and Matt Angel ("CSI: NY") is Patricia Bethune ("True Blood", "Mad Men").
And another version of Franz Kafka's classic short story "Metamorphosis" is on its way, this time in the form of an indie drama thriller from director David Yohe and starring veteran actor Nick Searcy ("Justified", "American Gothic").
One of the great works of world literature is Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis, the story of traveling salesman Gregor Samsa, who wakes up one morning to find himself transformed in his bed into an insect-like creature of human proportions. Finally, nearly a century after it was written, Metamorphosis is being brought to cinema screens for the first time.