Reviewed by Kalebson Starring Byung-hun Lee, Min-sik Choi, Gook-hwan Jeon Directed by Ji-woon Kim
The 2011 Sundance Film Festival is finally in the can. Of course we were live on the scene to bring you the skinny on everything you missed including a myriad of pictures from the protest of Kevin Smith's Red State, tons of Q&A's, video of a guy flipping out after Lucky McKee's The Woman, and a host of delicious reviews, all of which we have now assembled in one gore-soaked place!
Reviewed by Kalebson Starring Elizabeth Olsen, Adam Trese, Eric Sheffer Stevens Directed by Chris Kentis and Laura Lau
Reviewed by Kalebson Starring Lindsay Pulsipher, Robert Longstreet, Matt Olsen, Roger Mayer Directed by Calvin Lee Reeder
Our man in Utah, Kabelson, has just turned in a Q&A transcription for another one of the most controversial films ever shown at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival, Lucky McKee's The Woman (review here). Dig it! In Attendance - Lucky McKee (Director), Andrew van den Houten (Producer).
Sure, we've all laughed at the videos of the ruckus that was raised by one disgruntled patron at the Sundance 2011 screening of Lucky McKee's The Woman, but what does the director himself think about it all? Read on for McKee's response to his irate hater.
Fresh off the presses, our Sundance correspondent Kabelson has just sent over a transcript of the Q&A session for Kevin Smith's controversial film Red State (review here). Dig it!
Reviewed by Kalebson Starring Melissa Leo, John Goodman, Michael Parks, Kyle Gallner Directed by Kevin Smith
Remember the video that hit YouTube from a couple of days ago featuring some dude with his panties in a bunch over what he considered to be objectionable content in Lucky McKee's The Woman? Yeah, we're still laughing about it too.
Our man on the scene in Sundance, Kalebson, just sent on over the transcript of the post screening Q&A from Jason Eisener's Hobo With a Shotgun (review here)! Dig it!
Reviewed by Kalebson Starring Rutger Hauer, Molly Dunsworth, Gregory Smith, Brian Downey, Nick Bateman
Good news coming out of Sundace. Chris Kentis and Laura Lau's (Open Water) English language remake of La Casa Muda, aka Silent House, the first Latin American film to be shot entirely with a professional photo camera that also happened to be filmed in one single 80-minute sequence shot, has scored itself some distro!
If you thought Kevin Smith's Red State caused a ruckus at Sundance, wait until you see the reaction of these people to Lucky McKee's The Woman! These people have made my day! You just have to love it!
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 ...