9 items from 2017
Exclusive: Kaleidoscope nabs int’l rights; CAA to handle North America.
CAA will handle rights in North American.
Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment will handle the UK release.
Chapman commented: “We’re thrilled to be working with Mickey and Will, Psychopaths is a bold and daring genre piece which sits well within »
- email@example.com (Andreas Wiseman)
Residents of Los Angeles, beware—there may be some Psychopaths on the lose. So it is in the Tribeca-premiering feature from writer/director and horror master Mickey Keating, who has managed to bring five features to life while still in his twenties. Following Carnage Park, starring Ashley Bell—which premiered at Sundance last year—Keating’s latest entry follows a band of serial killers out for blood in the City of Angels on one truly terrifying night. “It's a very… »
Devoid of characters or a story about which one might care, “Psychopaths” proves to be a fright-free pastiche without purpose — save, that is, for unimaginatively paying homage to a string of superior genre predecessors. As in his prior “Carnage Park,” writer-director Mickey Keating offers up a schizo nightmare that’s narratively splintered to pieces and rife with nods toward his favorite ’70s and ’80s horror movies. However, there’s so little substance or originality to this lurid, abstract affair that it comes off as simply a faded grindhouse collage. Even in the midnight-movie arena, its dull derivativeness will likely spell its doom.
An introductory video recording of death-row killer Starkweather (Larry Fessenden) ranting and raving about how his “children will inherit the Earth” sets the hysterical and nonsensical tone of “Psychopaths,” whose narrator (Jeff Daniel Phillips) informs us that Starkweather’s prophesy — namely, that his evil spirit will possess other »
- Nick Schager
Psychopaths, the latest film from writer/director Mickey Keating, recently enjoyed its world premiere at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. Daily Dead had the chance to speak with Keating and Psychopaths co-stars Ashley Bell and Larry Fessenden, and the trio discussed reteaming for their latest collaboration (both Bell and Fessenden were in Keating’s previous genre effort, Carnage Park) and what fans can expect from Keating’s latest slice of horror-fueled fun.
For those who may miss out on Psychopaths during Tribeca, the film heads to The Overlook Film Festival later this week.
Great to speak with you today, guys, and I can’t wait to see the movie. So, Mickey, can you discuss what inspired you this time around? From what I've seen from the clips and different publicity materials, this feels like a complete 180 from Carnage Park and your other previous projects.
Mickey Keating: Yeah, what was kind »
- Heather Wixson
Psychopaths Written and Directed by: Mickey Keating Executive Producer: Larry Fessenden Producers: Jenn Wexler, William Day Frank, Mickey Keating, Cam McLellan, and Al Lewison Cinematographer: Mac Fisken Editor: Valerie Krulfeifer Starring: Ashley Bell, James Landry Hébert, Mark Kassen, Angela Trimbur, Larry Fessenden, Jeremy Gardner, Ivana Shein, Helen Rogers, and Sam Zimmerman Running Time: 85 minutes …
Synopsis: "Set over the course of a single night, this psychedelic fever dream features an ensemble of maniacal characters, all interconnected by a series of violent coincidences and chance encounters. Part neo-noir, part slasher film, Psychopaths follows the soul of a recently executed serial killer, as it descends back to earth and possesses his many followers beneath the full moon."
Written and directed by Mickey Keating and executive produced by Larry Fessenden, Psychopaths stars Ashley Bell, James Landry Hébert, Mark Kassen, Angela Trimbur, Larry Fessenden, Jeremy Gardner, Ivana Shein, Helen Rogers, and Sam Zimmerman. Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more coverage on Keating's latest film.
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- Derek Anderson
Director Mickey Keating (Pod, 2015) continues his horror filmmaking run with Psychopaths. Partially developed by Larry Fessenden (Carnage Park), this horror titled is slated for a World Premiere at Tribeca. The film's story takes place over a single night. Several maniacal killers take revenge, after a prolific serial killer is executed. The films stars: Ashley Bell, James Landry Hébert and Angela Trimbur. A preview of the film's April debut is hosted here. On April 20th, the film will be screened in New York. As part of Tribeca's Midnight Section, Psychopaths will play across four nights. It will be shown in an unrated format and screening details are hosted below. As well, two photos have been released for the film. The stills show two of the crazed killers, from the film. Though a trailer has not been released, horror film fans can see two of the film's central villains, here. More details on Psychopaths are coming soon. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
The 16th annual Tribeca Film Festival kicks off this April in New York, and horror fans attending the cinematic gathering have plenty of titles to look forward to, including the world premiere of Mickey Keating's Psychopaths.
From the Press Release: "Tribeca’s Midnight section is the destination for late night audiences to discover the best in psychological thriller, horror, sci-fi, and cult cinema. This year’s six selections offer new genre experiences for even the most extreme viewer.
Devil's Gate, directed by Clay Staub, written by Peter Aperlo, Clay Staub. (Canada, USA) - World Premiere, Narrative. Struggling to overcome a recent professional tragedy, a tough-as-nails FBI agent (Amanda Schull) relocates to a small North Dakota town to investigate the disappearance of a local woman and her young son. The search leads to the missing woman’s husband’s (Milo Ventimiglia) secluded farm, on which answers, new mysteries, and God-fearing terrors await. »
- Derek Anderson
Sometimes I’m sure people think I’m just being contrary in my reviews – there are films I like that Many don’t (if you remember the first Frightfest I covered in 2009 you’ll know what I’m talking about); and there are films that are critically acclaimed, be it by other movie blogs, big name film critics, whomever, that just don’t resonate with me. One such film was Mickey Keating’s previous film Pod. However, not to be put off by one bad experience, and thanks to good word of mouth I decided to give his latest film, Carnage Park, a go…
Carnage Park sees two criminals rob a bank and go on the run. However things don’t go to plan »
- Phil Wheat
9 items from 2017
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