One freaky looking flick that caught our attention at last year's Sundance Film Festival was The Oregonian. Missed it? Still confused by the film's stills? No worries as the flick is on its way to VOD!
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 Lindsay Pulsipher, Robert Longstreet, Matt Olsen, Roger Mayer Directed by Calvin Lee Reeder
With the 2011 Sundance Film Festival literally right around the corner, the promo material for the few horror flicks playing there this year is slowly rolling out. Next up, the official festival one-sheet for Calvin Reeder's freaky looking flick, The Oregonian.
No, it's not one of our WTF Friday goofs, but it is strange enough to have you scratching your head mildly confused and totally intrigued! Get ready for some really strange new stills for Calvin Reeder's The Oregonian.
The 2011 Sundance Film Festival taking place January 20-30 is approaching fast so the promo materials for all the flicks showing there are coming at a nice steady pace! Next up -- the trailer for Calvin Reeder's The Oregonian.
As you no doubt noticed, Uncle Creepy has been busily bringing you early news and photos from several of the recently announced films that will be playing at Sundance 2011, both in competition and out. But he hasn't quite covered everything yet so here's a list of all the even slightly genre-related offerings that are a part of the upcoming Sundance film festival (running January 20-30).
With the 2011 Sundance Film Festival taking place January 20-30, all sorts of goodies from their horror offerings have been popping up so let's start off the coverage with stills from Calvin Reeder's The Oregonian.
If you're at all familiar with the short films of filmmaker Calvin Reeder (Little Farm, The Rambler, Snake Mountain Colada), then you already know that when it comes to being disturbing, few out there do it better.