Psychopaths

Mickey Keating (2016 color)

Over the course of one excessively blood-soaked night, multiple serial killers’ paths cross, leaving a trail of bodies and begging the question: Which psychopath will live to see morning? One of the most exciting and unclassifiable new voices in indie horror, Mickey Keating delivers his wildest ride yet with this ultra-stylish and uber-violent descent into madness.

HORRORPEDIA

12/21/2016

Psychopaths is a 2017 American horror film written and directed by Mickey Keating (Carnage Park; Darling; Pod; Ritual).

It is described as “a sprawling, psychedelic ensemble piece that follows several serial killers over the course of a single night.”

The film stars Jeff Daniel Phillips (The Ice Cream Truck; 31; Halloween II), Ashley Bell (Carnage Park; The Day; The Last Exorcism and sequel), Angela Trimbur (Trash FireThe Final Girls), James Landry Hébert (Ghost House; Carnage Park), Helen Rogers (Darling; Body; V/H/S), Matt Mercer (Beyond the Gates; The Mind’s Eye; Contracted and sequel), Mark Kassen, Jeremy Gardner (The Mind’s Eye; The Battery; Spring), Padraig Reynolds (director of The Devil’s Dolls; Rites of Spring).

Principal shooting on the Bad Camal/Glass Eye Pix/High Window Films production wrapped on March 4 and the film is now in post-production.

Keating was also a producer, along with Jenn Wexler, William Day Frank, Cam McLellan and Al Lewison. Larry Fessenden served as executive producer.



ANGEL TRIMBUR, “Blondie” is an American actress, comedian and dancer. She is best known for her role as Isabel in “Trash Fire” starring opposite Adrian Grenier, Tina the wild 80’s party camp counselor in the horror comedy film The Final Girls (2015), and Penny Whitewall on FXX’s animated series Major Lazer. She has also had roles in the films Halloween II (2009) and The Kings of Summer (2013).

ASHLEY BELL, “Alice”  made her feature film debut in Lionsgate and Strike Entertainment’s thriller, The Last Exorcism (2010). Her performance garnered her an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and an MTV Movie Award nomination, while the film grossed nearly $70 million, worldwide. The New York Post praised Bell’s performance as “Oscar-worthy” and one of the 10 best performances of 2010 for her extraordinary portrayal of the possessed “Nell Sweetzer”, which she will reprise in the highly-anticipated sequel, entitled The Last Exorcism Part II (2013), set to be released, nationwide, on March 1, 2013.

JEFF DANIEL PHILLIPS, “Storyteller” A native of Chicago, Jeff Daniel Phillips’ artistic pursuits began with his studies of Fine Arts abroad and evolved into film making at the University of Southern California where he received degrees in both. After graduation, he developed a career both behind and in front of the camera. Jeff has over ten years experience working as a production designer, art director and prop master for film, television, music videos, commercials and print ads. He has also acted on stage in the states and Europe, on television and in films such as Sneakers, Zodiac and Lords of Salem. He most recently has a recurring role on the new series Westworld, produced by J.J. Abrams and directed by Jonathan Nolan for HBO and Rob Zombie’s upcoming film 31.

JAMES LANDRY HEBERT, “The Strangler” was born on October 4, 1984 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. He is known for his work on Gangster Squad (2013), Looper (2012) and Seven Psychopaths (2012).



Writer/Director
MICKEY KEATING

Executive Producers
LARRY FESSENDEN
SEAN FOWLER
Producers
WILLIAM DAY FRANK
MICKEY KEATING
AL LEWISON
CAM McLELLAN
JENN WEXLER
Director of Photography
MAC FISKEN
Editor
VALERIE KRULFEIFER
Production Design
ANGEL HERRERA
Art Direction
PRISCILLA WATSON
Costume Design
SAMANTHA HAWKINS
Special Make-up Effects Artists
JON RUSSELL
SIERRA RUSSELL
Make-up Dept. Head
MIKAL SKY
Assistant Director
RACHEL SHIMKO
Sound Mixer
ERIC MILLER
1st Assistant Camera
DAVID BOSTROM
Key Grip
MICHAEL COX
2nd Assistant Camera
EDGAR GOMEZ
Gaffer
KATIE WALKER

MICKEY KEATING, writer/director – Mickey Keating is an LA-based writer/producer/director who made his debut at 22. His films include the occult thriller Ritual (2014), Pod (SXSW, 2015) and Darling (Fantastic Fest, 2015). Keating’s most recent film, Carnage Park premiered at Sundance 2016. He is represented by CAA and Circle of Confusion.