January 15, 2018
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Bloody Disgusting: ‘LIKE ME’ Images Are As Trippy As the Trailer

LIKE ME opens in select theaters January 26th

IFC Center  •  New York, NY  •  January 26 – February 1, 2018

Arena Cinelounge  •  Los Angeles, CA  •  January 26 – February 1, 2018

Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers  •  Yonkers, NY  •  February 2 – 3, 2018

Harkins Valley Art  •  Tempe, AZ  •  February 2 – 8, 2018

Alamo Drafthouse Omaha  •  Omaha, NE  •  February 7, 2018

Full article and images HERE
July 7, 2016
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Bloody Disgusting brings us first image of Psychopaths

Watch your back! Mickey Keating’s PSYCHOPATHS is creeping up on ya!
Bloody Disgusting nabs the first ever image of the upcoming film. Click here to read full article.


Jenn Wexler produced Keating’s film for Glass Eye Pix

June 16, 2016
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‘The Mind’s Eye’ Poster Will Sear Your Retinas!

Bloody Disgusting exclusively showcases Joe Begos’ The Mind’s Eye poster.

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May 23, 2016
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‘Carnage Park’ poster takes aim!

Bloody Disgusting releases the new poster for GEP pal Mickey Keating’s action-thriller, which will be playing in theaters and VOD July 1st. Featuring Fessenden, alongside Ashley Bell, James Landry Hébert, Pat Healy, Alan Ruck & more. Read full article.


April 6, 2016
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Bloody Disgusting’s Alt Darling posters

Bloody Disgusting showcases alternate Darling posters!
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March 29, 2016
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Bloody Disgusting: Exclusive sampler of DARLING soundtrack

There’s barely any dialogue throughout the whole film, so the music had to play a major role by being another character in the film that is always present. It is a rare opportunity in today’s film industry, as well as a major challenge. The score has to be incredibly focused on guiding the audience through the film with confidence. – Giona Ostinelli

February 17, 2016
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Bloody Disgusting Scoops PSYCHOPATHS Casting

Bloody Disgusting scoops the newest casting news on Mickey Keating’s currently-in-production PSYCHOPATHS.


“Bloody Disgusting was able to exclusively nab the first batch of casting, which include all sorts of genre vets from The Battery director Jeremy Gardner to Graham Skipper (The Mind’s Eye, Almost Human), Helen Rogers (V/H/S, Body), Matt Mercer (Contracted, Madison County, The Mind’s Eye), Larry Fessenden (Southbound, The Mind’s Eye, In a Valley of Violence), and Shudder curator Sam Zimmerman.”

Read on for the full report from BD.

December 30, 2014
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Bloody Disgusting’s got behind-the-scenes LATE PHASES werewolf pics!


From Bloody Disgusting:

“Robert Kurtzman’s Creature Corps sends everyone Howling holiday wishes with some exclusive behind-the-scenes images from one of their latest projects, Late Phases (review), out now on VOD and select theaters.

The film was picked as one of Patrick Cooper’s favorite films of 2014, and features some absolutely astounding practical effects work.

Take a look [here] as Kurtzman and his team work with director Adrian Garcia Bogliano on the werewolf movie that stars Stake Land‘s Nick Damici, Ethan Embry, Lance Guest, Erin Cummings, Rutanya Alda, Tina Louise, Caitlin O’Heaney, Karen Lynn Gorney, Dana Ashbrook, and the great Tom Noonan.”


November 21, 2014
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LATE PHASES Premieres TODAY 11.21.14

LATE PHASES, GEP’s new werewolf film directed by Adrian Garcia Bogliano and starring Nick Damici, hits theaters and VOD TODAY. And the web is howling about it…


From The Village Voice:

Two key elements in horror movies are anticipation and pacing, with the latter simply the heightening and lowering of the former.

With Late Phases, Adrián García Bogliano artfully engages with those tools, crafting a narrative whose close feels a touch underwhelming only in relation to the impressive buildup. In the most entertaining tough-old-crank turn this side of Gran Torino, Nick Damici stars as Ambrose, a blind Vietnam vet who has no sooner moved into the placid retirement community of Crescent Bay than he becomes auditory and olfactory witness to a murder committed by a werewolf.

After the beast also kills Ambrose’s seeing-eye dog, Shadow, the vet vows revenge. (And how! Wait Until Dark this isn’t — file Late Phases as the best film in which a blind individual gets trigger-happy with a series of firearms.) The filmmakers wisely reveal the werewolf early, as this shifts the source of suspense from an obvious question (Will there turn out to be a monster?) to a more mystifying one (Why is there a monster?).

In addition to the careful parceling-out of information and anticipation, the film benefits enormously from Damici’s lead performance: gruff, funny, aggressive, and, of course, commanding sympathy, the character compellingly entices the audience to board this ride.

The narrative ends up working in a smaller scope than one might expect given the premise of a beast plaguing a community, but the journey getting to the finish is exhilarating all the same.

 From the New York Times:

A blind Vietnam veteran is all that stands between a hungry werewolf and the frail residents of a retirement village in “Late Phases,” a sprightly horror movie about finding new purpose for old bones.

Our gruff hero is Ambrose (Nick Damici, far from geriatric), a brusquely independent widower who’s closer to his service dog, Shadow, than to his harried son. Deposited in his new home, he quickly deflects a delegation of glammed-up grannies scenting fresh meat. They’re not the only ones: A terrifyingly gory first night will leave poor Shadow flayed and Ambrose’s closest neighbor chomped to bits.

Working in English for the first time, the Spanish director Adrián García Bogliano forgoes the veiled menace of his 2013 mystery, “Here Comes the Devil,” for something altogether less subtle. Skipping critical narrative beats — Ambrose instantly decides that “Werewolf!” is the answer to “What just happened?” — the plot favors simplicity over rationality with a cheerful insouciance that’s hard to dislike. Much of this good will is inspired by Mr. Damici, whose testy line readings and credible sightlessness give Ambrose’s neighborhood perambulations an oddball intensity. I didn’t see him blink once.

Matching the movie’s homely feel, Robert Kurtzman’s old-school effects produce an endearingly shaggy creature that’s pleasingly tactile and beholden to the laws of physics. And if the central transformation scene strains fruitlessly for the sky-high bar of Rick Baker’s groundbreaking work on “An American Werewolf in London” (1981), it’s no matter: “Late Phases” is really concerned with change of a different sort. Before, Ambrose was resigned to death’s waiting room; now, he has a reason to work out.

LATE PHASES CLIPS on Bloody Disgusting



November 21-27 New York IFC Center
December 5 Minneapolis, MN Mall of America
December 12 Los Angeles, Cinefamily
January 2 & 3 Phoenix, AZ, FilmBar
January 2-4 Columbus, OH, Gateway Film Center



Sony Entertainment Networks

Blockbuster On Demand


Amazon Instant Video



Google Play

July 22, 2014
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LATE PHASES “a Badass Werewolf Shocker With Loads of Heart”

LATE PHASES played Fantasia Festival this weekend, and the reviews are rolling in!

BLOODY DISGUSTING calls the film “a masterpiece of the werewolf genre” and The Hollywood Reporter says, “Nick Damici is the Charles Bronson of blind, senior-citizen werewolf hunters.

Check out the full Bloody Disgusting review here and the full Hollywood Reporter review here.

And stay tuned for for more news on LATE PHASES!