GLASS EYE PIX Sizzle Reel ABCs of Death 2: N is for NEXUS LATE PHASES How Jesus Took America Hostage — “American Jesus” the Movie 5 STATES OF FEAR: The Caregiver & The Trouble with Dad New Doc BIRTH OF THE LIVING DEAD Explores the Impact of the Ground-Breaking Horror Film NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD BENEATH THE COMEDY THE INNKEEPERS HYPOTHERMIA STAKE LAND BITTER FEAST THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL I CAN SEE YOU WENDY & LUCY Liberty Kid I SELL THE DEAD Tales From Beyond The Pale Satan Hates You Trigger Man Automatons THE ROOST THE LAST WINTER WENDIGO HABIT No Telling / The Frankenstein Complex Impact Addict Videos
May 4, 2015
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Dark Sky Bringing ‘We Are Still Here’ to Theaters, VOD

On June 5th, 2015, director Ted Geoghegan’s WE ARE STILL HERE will hit limited theaters and VOD, released by Dark Sky!

As Bloody-Disgusting reports, WE ARE STILL HERE “stars everyone’s favorite Barbara Crampton Re-Animator, You’re Next), as well as Andrew Sensenig (Upstream Color), Lisa Marie (Ed Wood), and Larry Fessenden (I Sell the Dead).” Check out the trailer and poster below!



May 4, 2015
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Stanley Film Fest Photo Recap

GEP’s weekend at the Stanley Film Festival– in pics!

May 2, 2015
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Tales in Estes Park “truly memorable”


At the Historic Park Theatre in downtown Estes Park amid gloomy rainy weather, “Tale from Beyond the Pale: Parlor Tricks” was presented early Friday evening.

This audio drama in two parts complete with foleys performing manual sounds to combine with electronic music and effects, was an inventive journey back to the days of radio plays. The first part, “Cold Reading” was set in 1925 and the conclusion, “No Signal,” nearly 100 years later (present day). Snappy dialogue, a chilling premise, and talented actors led by Larry Fessenden of Glass Eye Pix made for a truly memorable experience.

While the audience was invited to sit back and close their eyes to experience the audio play, it was more interesting to watch the foleys perform with various ingredients and props. Noises created by watermelon flesh, cabbage heads, and inflated balloons were extremely effective.

(photo & text by Barb Boyer Buck for the Trail-Gazette)

April 29, 2015
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TALES enthusiast: You Must See It! You Must!

When asked why he does movies, radio plays, puppet shows, and stop motion animated films with titles like SANTA CLAWS, Fessenden had a simple (and sincere) reply; “Because I am an entertainer…I have to.” Much respect to this amazing talent.

It should also be noted that Glenn McQuaid is quite a generous (and talented) individual too! He brings his special love of paperback and vintage horror fiction to new life by way of these lovely radio plays.

I give this event and these two gentleman my highest recommendation. In fact, thank God that they do the things they do. I swear, it makes the world, or at least the horror world, a better place. This piece doesn’t begin to touch the brilliance and liveliness that is “Tales From Beyond the Pale” and the performers who are behind it. Look it up! You must see it! You must!


Read full article by Jeff sanders at

April 27, 2015
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Shock Exclusive: Barbara Crampton & Leon Vitali Lead Stanley’s Tales From Beyond the Pale Live

From Samuel Zimmerman at

A budding tradition and must-see at the annual Stanley Film Festival in Estes Park, CO is Tales From Beyond the Pale Live, an in-flesh, festival-tailored iteration of the Larry Fessenden & Glenn McQuaid-produced horror audio dramas. One of the festival’s more experiential events, Tales From Beyond the Pale Live: The Stanley Edition is written exclusively for the Stanley and features performers in person, as well as the magic of live foley, sound and music. It’s a treat that both reveals the form and yet draws you in even further.

At the 2015 Stanley Film Festival, taking place April 30-May 3 at the Stanley Hotel, Tales From Beyond the Pale Live is entitled The Stanley Edition: Parlor Tricks. Taking place Friday, May 1st at 7 p.m. sharp at The Historic Park Theatre, Parlor Tricks is comprised of two tales: Cold Reading, written by Glenn McQuaid & newcomer to Tales, April Snellings (writer and editor at Rue Morgue Magazine and co-editor of the book Horror Movie Heroes); and No Signal by Larry Fessenden.

The show will feature the voice talents of Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator, We Are Still Here) and Leon Vitali (Barry Lyndon, Terror of Frankenstein) as well as Larry Fessenden (We Are Still Here, Body, Habit). The rest of the cast will be filled by very special guests.

Check out the full article and learn more about the show at

April 22, 2015
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Oscilloscope Acquires ‘Body’!

Bloody Disgusting just got the scoop that Oscilloscope acquired the US rights to Body, starring Helen Rogers (V/H/S), Alexandra Turshen (The Maladjusted) and Lauren Molina (Martha Marcy May Marlene), featuring Fessenden. Body is directed by Robert Olsen and Dan Berk, who also wrote and produced.

From the BD News Piece:

We had two positive reviews out of Slamdance, with Patrick Cooper calling it “a morbidly satisfying thriller” and Jess Hicks stating that it “isn’t your normal girl’s night out“.

Body is the story of three girls that break into a mansion and inadvertently kill the groundskeeper. They slowly self-destruct as they decide what to do with the dead body in the living room.”


April 17, 2015
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Reichardt Wraps; Sony Bites

EXCLUSIVE FROM DEADLINESony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has closed a worldwide rights deal for the untitled film that Kelly Reichardt just wrapped in Montana. Starring Laura DernKristen StewartMichelle Williams, Rosanna Arquette, James LeGros, Jared Harris and Lily Gladstone, the film is a series of vignettes that revolve around the lives of people in small-town Montana. Reichardt wrote the script based on short stories by Maile Meloy.

Reichardt previously directed Night Moves, Meek’s Cutoff and Wendy And Lucy. Neil Kopp, Vincent Savino and Anish Savjani of filmscience are producing. Todd Haynes and Larry Fessenden are the exec producers.


April 15, 2015
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Our Man In Brussels: Peter Phok talks film finance

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Screen Daily recaps Frontiers Market with quotes from producer Peter Phok (The Roost, Beneath, Sacrement, In a Valley of Violence, etc) From the article:

Having worked with Ti West, Glass Eye Pix’s Peter Phok brought up the DIY approach to film-making and just going out there and shooting without finance necessarily in place, adding that it’s increasingly become about “taking advantage of what you have” with the lack of film funds available in the US.

“A lot of films are put together mainly through equity and now all the states have a tax credit incentive, so we’ll get a script and as much as it’s about shooting where makes sense, you have to look at those incentives and start to build your budget around those,” explained Phok.

“It’s not a privilege to be a film-maker; it’s something that if you want to do, you do it. Even when I did make money at the start of my career, it wasn’t very much. You invest in yourself and you work with what you have.”

Read more here: Experts debate genre film finance models

April 13, 2015
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Filmspotting Names HOUSE OF THE DEVIL One of Top 5 21st Century Horror Movies!

Glass Eye Pix’s THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL made it onto a Filmspotting Podcast Top 5 list last week! Coupled with their review of IT FOLLOWS, host Adam Kempenaar and guest Michael Phillips (movie critic for the Chicago Tribune) ranked their Top 5 21st Century Horror Movies.

THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL made it to Adam Kempenaar’s list on #3. To quote, “What scares me the most when I watch HOUSE OF THE DEVIL, it’s not knowing when you should truly be afraid.”

Listen to the entire episode here, including their awesome top 5 lists. 

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April 9, 2015
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Lady Phibes: “Fessenden will move your couch”