The first ever clip from Kevin Smith's Red State (review here) is now available despite Smith's anti-press promotional stance, and of course we have every holy pixel of it right here for you to dig upon!
Kevin Smith's Red State (review here) was the most controversial film shown at this year's Sundance Film Festival. That being said, it was also one of the most maligned as the bad reviews far outweighed the good.
Make sure you have some time to kill, as anyone who's ever seen Smith live can tell you the man can talk. And talk. And then talk some more. Video of his Red State antics from Sundance has made its way online via the power of YouTube, and of course we have it here for you all hot and sticky!
Just hours after Kevin Smith bought his own movie from himself for twenty bucks, the first of his Red State Tour dates have hit online! Oh yeah, about the anti-protest protesters ...
Well, we knew the screening of Kevin Smith's Red State was going to be a circus, but we didn't see this one coming. As stated by Smith himself, following the film an auction was held for the distribution rights, and they went for ....
Well it was bound to happen. On Sunday, January 23rd, Kevin Smith's Red State will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Of course the religious perversion known as the Westboro Baptist Church is planning on picketing out front and jabbering on about their usual nuttiness in the name of their lord.
A new character poster for Kevin Smith's Red State has made its way online in the unusual yet admirable fashion of donating to charity, and we have a look at it for you! Meet James Parks (son of actor Michael Parks) as Mordechai!
Another website has donated $1,000 to charity (this time Eliza Dushku’s THARCE-Gulu cause) for the right to debut a new character poster for Kevin Smith's Red State so get ready to take a look at Sarah as portrayed by the great Melissa Leo.
The negative reaction to Cop Out has obviously changed filmmaker Kevin Smith's outlook on film promotion. So much so that he announced today he would not be doing any press at all for his latest film, Red State.
Anyone wondering how Kevin Smith would do dabbling within the horror genre should lay their fears to rest. The festival trailer for Red State, which will be premiering January 23rd at the Sundance Film Festival, is here, and it looks amazing. The flick stars John Goodman, Kyle Gallner, Melissa Leo, Dermot Mulroney, Michael Angarano, Steven Root, and Michael Parks.
Two more one-sheets for Red State, Kevin Smith's foray into religious terror, debuted today thanks to two incredibly generous organizations, and we've got the goods along with the details for you. The flick stars John Goodman, Kyle Gallner, Melissa Leo, Dermot Mulroney, Michael Angarano, Steven Root, and Michael Parks.
Kevin Smith unleashed another poster for his upcoming film Red State tonight, thanks to the generous actions of a fan who contributed cash to a truly worthy cause. As per a message from Smith on the Giant Fire Breathing Robot website:
Never let it be said that Kevin Smith isn't a filmmaker with a conscience. The filmmaker has begun unveiling news bits of promo material for his latest film Red State as a means to reward fans who contribute cash to a truly worthy cause. As per Smith's website:
Fans of Kevin Smith who have been waiting to get a look at the man's first horror flick need not wait a second longer! In anticipation of the film's debut at Sundance, we've got a fresh crop of stills for you! The flick stars John Goodman, Kyle Gallner, Melissa Leo, Dermot Mulroney, Michael Angarano, Steven Root, and Michael Parks.
Religious horror is back and ready to carve crucifix shaped wounds into non-believers in this latest bit of indie creepy goodness coming out of AFM. Dig on the goods for Night Song from Live Animals director Jeremy Benson below courtesy of Wonderhill Productions. Synopsis