I haven’t seen I Sell the Dead yet, and I’m guessing I’m in the same boat as a lot of people. If you check out Andrew's review, however, I bet your curiosity will be piqued. And that’s what writer/director Glenn McQuaid is banking on because, as we've reported previously, he’s already planning a sequel!
IFC Films' latest acquisition, the Slamdance award winning zombie opus I Sell the Dead, just nailed itself some new artwork to go along with its limited release on August 14th, and we've got it served up for you fresh and cold!
IFC Films has seriously beefed up its horror canon, and with the addition of Slamdance award winner I Sell the Dead, 2009 is looking delightfully dark for them!
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.
Larry Fessenden, the man behind Glass Eye Pix and thusly every single cool genre project out there right now, got chatting with the mutants at STYD recently and dropped some intel on a trio of projects that fans are patiently waiting for.
Now this is what I call a Christmas celebration! You can keep your four-hour long Mass services and ritualistic chanting; I’m going to hang out with the guys and girls at Glass Eye Pix.
This Halloween season we had a great idea for a series of articles detailing the practical makeup effects done by some our favorite guys in the industry. They love talking about their craft, we love hearing about it, and Fango doesn’t do ‘em any more, so here we are!
Dig it! Glass Eye Pix artist-in-residence Brahm Revel is the man responsible for this badass poster for the upcoming period zombie film I Sell the Dead, and you’re only going to see it on Dread Central!
Though Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix just teamed up with Dark Sky to make a series of films (read about it here), those aren’t the only films Pix will be producing in the coming months; Fessenden told Fangoria last night about a new movie they’re making with the Mulberry Street team of Jim Mickle a
The freaks over at Fangoria managed to get the first look at the full trailer for Glenn McQuaid’s I Sell the Dead, the upcoming period graverobbing/zombie film coming our way from Glass Eye Pix. Ron Perlman, Dominic Monaghan, Angus Scrimm and Larrry Fessenden all star in it, and man does it ever look cool; dig it right here!
You just had to know a team-up like this would happen eventually; the match is too perfect to ignore. Today it was officially announced that Dark Sky Films and Glass Eye Pix would be rejoining forces (their first outing being Ti West’s House of the Devil) for a slate of new horror films.
Reviewed by Morgan Elektra Starring Doug Jones, Molly Hagan, John Pyper-Ferguson Directed by Larry Fessenden
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Ben Dickinson, Duncan Skiles, Christopher D. Ford, Olivia Villanti, Larry Fessenden Directed by Graham Reznick