When I asked Chris Roe for some images to accompany the interview I conducted with him regarding Cemetery Tales: A Tale of Two Sisters (published yesterday, link below) he sent me more than just one or two. In fact, he sent so many, it was difficult for me to narrow them down to just a few. That’s when I decided they all looked good enough to share–and that’s what I’m doing here.
Cemetery Tales: A Tale of Two Sisters stars Traci Lords, Michael Broderick, Bruce Davison, Roslyn Gentle, and Monte Markham. Look for a review coming soon from our own Anya Stanley. In the meantime, peruse the image gallery just below some quotes singing the film’s praises.
“Chris Roe has given audiences a dark, eloquent tale which for all its brevity plunges us into a world that remains a potent memory long after the credits roll. Shot with elegance by Alex Wysocki and enriched by a score by Jonathan Hartman which has a classic feel, Mr. Roe’s A Tale of Two Sisters is made with a welcome love of style and subtlety” -Clive Barker (Hellraiser, Nightbreed, Candyman, Lord of Illusion)
“If Val Lewton were still making films, he’d surely seek Chris Roe out!” – John Harrison (Tales from the Darkside: The Movie, Book of Blood)
“Stylish and confident, original and utterly unique. Chris Roe is someone to keep your eye on. Noir never looked so good.” – Darren Bousman (Saw II-IV)