October 25, 2016
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Fangoria reports: Tales From Beyond the Pale live at Lincoln Center!

“if you get the opportunity to experience TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE live, run, don’t walk!”

“Each TALE was each equally fascinating to come to life, with the old school charm and the certainly capable cast offering a spirited take on these stories. In the case of “Johnny Bernard,” the story was somewhat like a puzzle, but once the audience understood what was going on and the performers got into the groove of things, the tale was quite captivating, with a bittersweet ending one normally doesn’t expect from anthology horror.
“Game Night,” on the other hand, offered up a more jovial chemistry, with some laugh out loud moments (including a scene in which the guys realize they need a blood sacrifice) as well as a gloriously schizophrenic performance from Carter, who jumped between voices and characters with surprising finesse…. ”


October 19, 2016
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Tales from Beyond the Pale LIVE @ Lincoln Center!

Join Glenn McQuaid and Larry Fessenden as they present two tales of terror LIVE at Lincoln Center tomorrowThursday October  20th at 7PM!

Featuring the voice talent of James Le Gros, Noah Le Gros, Lauren Ashley Carter, Larry Fessenden, John Speredakos, Mathew Stephen Huffman. Music by Glenn McQuaid and Jack Fessenden. Foley by Chris Skotchdopole and Tessa Price.

Buy tickets HERE

November 5, 2015
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An Evening with Larry Fessenden at Lincoln Center – THE LAST WINTER & DARLING

Tuesday night the Film Society of Lincoln Center hosted Fessenden and the Glass Eye Pix crew for a double screening of THE LAST WINTER and the NYC premiere of Mickey Keating’s DARLING.


Read on for photos from the night and Hollywood Reporter’s review of DARLING.

November 3, 2015
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Film Comment Talks DARLING Ahead of NYC Premiere

Matt Morrison of Film Comment just wrote a rundown of Mickey Keating’s DARLING ahead of its NYC premiere. See the movie tonight at 9:45pm at Film Society of Lincoln Center (tickets and more info here).


In Mickey Keating’s menacing new psychological thriller Darling, we meet the titular character (Lauren Ashley Carter)—sporting an innocent flip haircut, silk jabot, and Karina-in-Alphaville raccoon eyes—as she assumes care for an old Manhattan townhouse. It “really is a lovely old house,” the owner (Sean Young) deliciously and beguilingly informs her. “It will take care of you.”

Read on for the full article.

November 3, 2015
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TONIGHT: Something Old, Something New at Lincoln Center

Attention NYC Fans: Tonight at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, as part of their horror program Scary Movies 9, there are two screenings of GEP Films… something old, and something new.

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dir. Larry Fessenden
w/ Fessenden, James LeGros, and Ron Perlman in attendance
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And make it a double feature with the NYC premiere of…

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DARLING (2015)
dir. Mickey Keating
w/ Fessenden, Mickey Keating, Lauren Ashley Carter and Brian Morvant in attendance
Tickets and More Info