“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
One little indie film is causing quite a stir at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival
, and that film is Paul Solet's Grace! In fact, it rendered two viewers unconscious!
Anchor Bay just delivered a eerie clip/teaser for Paul Solet’s Grace, which is having its premiere at Sundance tonight, preceded by the short film “Rite” (review)
. Nothing too exciting in here, but it sure is creepy looking.
Childbirth can be a frightening prospect. Especially when said child isn't exactly a happy and healthy little girl. Paul Solet's Grace
explores the unthinkable and delivers one of the most visceral experiences you'll have in a theatre this year. Speaking of which, the official poster for Grace has just surfaced, and as always we've got the goodies for you to peruse!
One of the biggest and baddest film festivals of them all, Sundance, just recently announced the full slate of movies for this year's event, and in case you're wondering what genre offerings will be there for consumption, we detail for you some of the highlights!
It’s been a while since much has been said about Paul Solet’s feature-length debut, Grace
, but thanks to the upcoming AFM we finally can get an idea of how it’s going to look.
Madeline Matheson is eight months pregnant and determined to deliver her unborn child, Grace, naturally. When an accident leaves Grace dead inside her, Madeline insists on carrying the baby's corpse to term. Weeks later, when Madeline delivers, the baby miraculously returns to life... With an appetite.
Grace (Blu-ray / DVD)Grace (2009)
Wintory, Austin (Grace)Solet, Paul, Green, Adam (Grace)
Asia Says Grace with HBO
Sony Says Grace
Desperate Housewives Star Maiara Walsh Ready to Say Grace
Indie Horror Month: Paul Solet's Five Favorite Independent Horror Films
Paul Solet Talks Horror Acting
Watch the Grace Short Film Right Now with Commentary
In LA? Get a Copy of Grace Signed TODAY!
DVD Releases: Sept 15, 2009: Dark Shadows Grace a Deadgirl's Misery of Fear Itself
Grace DVD and Blu-ray Details
See Grace in New York and LA
Now this is just too badass for words. Nevertheless, I will try to find some that will work ... Adam Green recorded a video update from the set of Paul Solet’s Grace just for Dread Central readers! Watch as Adam races around set with superhuman speed to find the director, then gets him chatting about the challenges of making a feature length film from a short!
Just yesterday we told you about a new horror film coming soon from AireScope Pictures, Leomax Entertainment and Anchor Bay called Grace. The story, about a pregnant woman who decides to carry her baby to term even though it died in a car accident, was intriguing enough to solidify my interest, so we tracked down writer/director Paul Solet and producer Adam Green, best known as the director of Hatchet and Spiral, to learn more about the movie.
Creepy baby-themed films seem to be the thing to do nowadays, what with Inside freaking people out on DVD and four or five other baby-themed movies in the works. Now we can add Paul Solet’s Grace to that list.
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 sco
“There are no shortcuts.”
This has been writer/director Paul Solet’s mantra for the last three and a half years as