I Can See You
Avant garde composer Jeff Grace has credits ranging from The Lord of the Rings trilogy to Gangs of New York to Cronenberg's Spider, and most recently he has written two new scores for Ti West's spooky The House of the Devil and Graham Reznick's original thriller I Can See You. They are being released together this month on one CD.
I Can See You, director Graham Reznick's mind-fuck film that stars Ben Dickinson, Heather Robb, and Larry Fessenden, came out on DVD earlier this week, but if you live in or around the Boulder, Colorado, area, you have the chance to catch it on the big screen as part of the city's International Film Series.
October 27th is shaping up to be one of the best Tuesdays of the year for DVD and Blu-ray aficionados what with the release of Night of the Creeps, Orphan, Fear(s) of the Dark, and The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (aka Let Sleeping Corpses Lie). Throw in over-the-top cult favorite in the making Black Devil Doll, and your shopping cart is already pretty full.
If you were to look up "slim pickins" in the dictionary, I have a feeling the date May 26, 2009, is all you'd find. Aside from a couple of collections from Exploited Cinema and Rareflix, all we're left with is DMX vs. a killer snake, Shannen Doherty, a couple of indies, and Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus.
One of the best posters we've ever seen is for the indie film I Can See You, which is the debut feature from writer/director Graham Reznick under Larry Fessenden’s Scareflix banner. If you happen to be in the NYC area April 29th through May 5th, you'll be able to see first-hand if the project lives up to its artwork.
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Ben Dickinson, Duncan Skiles, Christopher D. Ford, Olivia Villanti, Larry Fessenden Directed by Graham Reznick
Chances are, unless you pay really close attention to the site and are able to remember every single news story we do, you’re probably not familiar with Graham Reznick’s I Can See You, one of the latest films to come out of Larry Fessenden’s Scareflix label. But that’s all right cause I’m here to school you.
It’s a good time for Larry Fessenden’s Scarefilix imprint; yesterday we showed you the art work for the production company’s Trigger Man, due out next year ("Ti West’s Trigger Man DVD Specs" – December 2007), and today the Fango