Wanna see filmmaker Paul Solet’s Grace with cast and crew? Then you are in luck, as the USC School of Cinematic Arts and Anchor Bay Entertainment are hosting a special screening of the flick Friday, June 12th at 7:30 pm at the University of Southern California (900 W. 34th Street, Norris Cinema Theatre/Frank Sinatra Hall).
Following Drag Me to Hell's modest box office take, the folks at The Examiner have posted up an interesting editorial - "7 Reasons Why the Horror Genre is Dying".
For everyone clamoring to see Paul Solet's award-winning feature debut, Grace, but who were unable to catch it on the festival circuit, word has come that there will be a special free open-to-the-public screening!
It's amazing how one thing can quickly morph into another. While prepping a story about the Midnight Adrenaline entries of the upcoming Seattle International Film Festival, I happened upon not one, but two stills from Dave Parker's The Hills Run Red (first impressions)!
While an official event report is coming soon along with a photo gallery depicting the lunacy, we thought we'd bring you some quick and dirty details about three of the event's darkest offerings! What has Dread Central excited? Get ready for an earful!
They say you can't go home again, but that's not the case for Grace writer/director Paul Solet. On April 25th, 2009, his overwhelmingly positively received film will play as part of the 7th Annual Independent Film Festival Boston, which runs April 22nd-28th.
Everyone's favorite undead baby, Grace, has some new digs floating out here on the Net. Do yourself a favor and go check her out. Careful though ... she can be a bit nasty.
The fiends and fiendettes behind the Independent Film Festival of Boston just released the lineup for this year’s event, which goes down April 22nd–28th. I wish there was better news for horror fans, but the number of genre films is pretty small this year. But hey, it’s not called the Boston Horror Film Festival so we can’t complain too much, can we?
We've been hearing nothing but good things about Paul Solet's Grace, but there hasn't been much to actually see so we could judge for ourselves. But today, thanks to Fangoria, a new teaser has surfaced, which ties in with the film's SXSW Film Festival screenings.
We got some excellent news this morning from Adam Green, one of the producers of Grace, a film we've been following closely.
Paul Solet's Grace is getting a lot of love around these parts lately, and rightly so. When we're excited about a movie, we get behind it full steam. That's the beauty of horror and its fans, man! We live for this stuff!
Dear Anchor Bay, I wanted to write this letter on behalf of the movie Grace that I not only have had the distinct pleasure in getting to cover for the last nine months but also screened twice while attending the Sundance Film Festival last week.
Generally, horror film scores don’t really do much to distinguish themselves within the genre. That’s why composer Austin Wintory knew when he started working on the score for Paul Solet’s Grace that he needed to do something different.
“There are no shortcuts.” This has been writer/director Paul Solet’s mantra for the last three and a half years as he’s put almost his entire life into his debut film Grace, which celebrated its premiere during the Sundance Film Festival on January 16th, 2009.
Reviewed by Heather Wixson Starring Jordan Ladd, Stephen Park, Gabrielle Rose, Samantha Ferris, Malcolm Stewart Directed by Paul Solet