June 29, 2016
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Carnage Park at IFC Center TONIGHT!

Come watch CARNAGE PARK at the IFC Center tonight at 8pm! Fessenden along with star Ashley Bell will be in attendance for a Q&A moderated by former Editor-in-Chief of Fangoria, Michael Gingold! 


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.


May 19, 2016
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Take cover! Carnage Park gets July 1st release date

This July, all hell will break loose! Mickey Keating’s action-thriller CARNAGE PARK will be released in theaters and on VOD July 1st. Take cover! Full article.


March 11, 2015
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‘Pod’ Director Mickey Keating Talks ‘Darling’ and ‘Carnage Park’

Bloody-Disgusting’s launching a major interview with GEP pal and director of the upcoming ‘Pod’ Mickey Keating, and today they’ve put out his comments on his new projects ‘Carnage Park’ and GEP-produced ‘Darling’.

From Bloody-Disgusting:

While Pod premiere this weekend, Keating is already is post-production on Darling, pictured, which was shot in November with Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix, starring Lauren Carter, Brian Morvant, and Sean Young.

“I wanted to do something on the complete opposite end of the spectrum from Pod, so this one’s a black-and-white, 1960s style descent into madness,” Keating exclusively tells Bloody Disgusting. “It’s more experimental, like nightmare or a bad drug trip. A surreal nod to The Innocents, Eraserhead, Diabolique, The Haunting, Repulsion, The Tenant, Altman’s That Cold Day In The Park, and to the works of Hollis Frampton.

“Strangely though, it’s definitely my meanest, goriest film yet,” he adds.

In addition, it was announced in February that Keating is set to get behind the camera for the survival horror Carnage Park.

“It’s going to be a very vicious horror film set entirely during the day, in a cruel stretch of California desert,” explains Keating. “It’s my first period piece – set in 1978 – and it’s about a botched bank heist that quickly spirals into a horrific fight for survival. It’ll be a nod to the legendary Sam Peckinpah and his masterpiece The Getaway, the new French Extremism films of the 2000s, and The Most Dangerous Game.

“We’re locking down a pretty cool cast now and I’m very excited to make a cruel, pulpy horror film,” he excitedly adds.