November 15, 2019
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Weekends with GEP: Happy Birthday DEADWAX!

DEADWAX premiered on Shudder one year ago today. Written and directed by
GEP pal Graham Reznick (I CAN SEE YOU, THE CAREGIVER) and produced
by Peter Phok (THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL, THE INNKEEPERS).

Celebrate by binge-watching all 8 episodes this weekend!

Streaming on Shudder

November 14, 2019
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TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE The Podcast Episode 6: “Junk Science”

Episode 6: “Junk Science”
Written and Directed by Brahm Revel.

Space can be a lonely place. For Pike and his computer AL,
friendship may mean the difference between life and death.
Featuring Nick Damici, Michael Cerveris, Alison Wright, Kareem Savinon
Poster by Graham Humphreys

for more Tales, Box Sets and Swag, visit
www.talesfrombeyondthepale.com

November 11, 2019
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AV Club: UNTIL DAWN one of “The most important games of the 2010s”

Until Dawn, written by GEP pal Graham Reznick and Fessenden,
sited in AV Club Best Of The Decade list. 

From AV Club: Until Dawn pushed the “interactive movie” label even further
(complete with horror mainstay Larry Fessenden there to write all the cheesy dialogue).

See Full List HERE

November 6, 2019
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TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE The Podcast – Episode 5: “H.P. Lovecraft’s THE HOUND”

Episode 5: “H.P. Lovecraft’s THE HOUND”
Directed by Stuart Gordon. Written by Dennis Paoli.
Featuring Barbara Crampton, Ezra Godden, Chris McKenna, Glenn McQuaid, Larry Fessenden
Music by Richard Band • Poster by Graham Humphreys

for more tales, box sets and swag, visit
www.talesfrombeyondtheplae.com

November 4, 2019
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HABIT at BAM Tuesday 5 NOV at 7PM

Fessenden to attend

November 1, 2019
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Glass Eye Pix turns 34 — 2 November 2019

In celebration of 34 years in operation, GEP is pleased to present
a brand new MINIDOC
 in celebration of our family of artisans.

Glass Eye Pix 34th Anniversary Mini-Doc: Collaborator from 2005 to the present, writer, director and FX artist Glenn McQuaid is the auteur behind the feature I SELL THE DEAD, and shorts MARTIN, THE TROUBLE WITH DAD and episodes of the CREEPY CHRISTMAS FILM FEST.  McQuaid provided graphics and effects for numerous GEP productions including THE ROOST, THE LAST WINTER and BENEATH and created the GEP countdown Logos for a dozen GEP productions. McQuaid is the co-creator with Larry Fessenden of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE, an award-winning series of macabre audio dramas, now a podcast. Edit by Chris Skotchdopole.

October 31, 2019
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Happy Halloween from Glass Eye Pix!

October 31, 2019
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IndieWire: DEPRAVED “The 13 Best Horror Movies of 2019”

October 31, 2019
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Fessenden featured on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Great Larry Fessenden [Episode 26]

Larry Fessenden is an American director, producer, writer, actor, and overall force to be reckoned with. A true indie film pioneer in the horror world, Larry’s career highlights include 1995’s gritty vampire drama, Habit, 2001’s Wendigo, and The Last Winter, Starring Ron Perlman.

Larry’s latest movie, Depraved, is a gritty and modern take on Frankenstein with a number of interesting questions posed about the ethics of scientific advancements in medicine.

Take a listen HERE

October 31, 2019
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Bloody Disgusting: A Love Letter to Great Indie Horror: Ti West’s ‘The House of the Devil’ Turns 10

From Bloody Disgusting: West has reiterated in the past that he creates movies that feel authentic to what he himself would want to see on screen, versus worrying about commercial viability and appealing to mass audiences. The auteur famously wrote, directed, and edited House, collaborating with Glass Eye Pix— helmed by legendary indie filmmaker Larry Fessenden, who helped kick off West’s career by giving him some money to make his first features. With Fessenden’s support, West succeeded in creating a film that never feels like anyone else could have made it, and the film evokes that specialness.

Gems like The House of the Devil are the reason we need to keep cherishing that special pocket of independent, inventive, and made-from-little-money brand of horror films. Keep supporting the A24, Glass Eye Pix, SpectreVision, Yellow Veil Pictures, and countless other indie film studios and distributors of the world that are often bringing us the best that the genre has to offer— because we need independent horror just as much as it needs us.

Read the full article HERE