After acquiring the flick at this year's Sundance Film Festival, IFC has finally granted the Nicholas McCarthy spooker The Pact (review here) an official release date. Read on for the details.
Yet another genre film has scored distribution at this year's Sundance Film Festival as news has just broken that IFC Midnight has taken the rights for The Pact (review here)!
Last night Nicholas McCarthy's The Pact made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival (review coming soon), and today we sunk our claws into a teaser for the flick! Check out the spookery!
It's like the rest of the world is finally waking up and realizing that horror is a hot and legit commodity. Oh, who are we kidding? No matter what we do or how much cash we generate at the box office, we'll always be considered the red-headed stepchild of the biz.
Making its debut at next year's Sundance Film Festival is writer/director Nicholas McCarthy's ghoulish new ghost story The Pact, and we've scored you horror-hungry folks a new still that will have you wide-eyed and staring. Check it out!
While most sites were content with giving you a postage stamp-sized look at the new teaser one-sheet for The Pact, we decided to wait until we could get you cats a really good look at this sweet retro one-sheet! Dig it!
Well now. That was fast. We told you about Nicholas McCarthy making his feature film debut on The Pact, a full-length version of his short film that premiered at this past January's Sundance Film Festival, just a couple of weeks ago; and word has now come that it's officially finished.
We're always rooting for the indie filmmaker here at Dread Central, and it's good to see a filmmaker release a short film that's so well received that it gets turned into a feature with a big named cast.
There will be quite a few things going bump in the night during Park City, Utah's Sundance Film Festival, and we have a look at one of them for you. A ghostly tale known as The Pact. From the Press Release "In THE PACT, a young woman finds herself alone in the house of her late mother where an unsettling – and sinister – presence emerges.