November 5, 2015
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Friday and Saturday: I SELL THE DEAD Screenings in NYC 11/6 & 11/7

Attention NYC Fans! Glenn McQuaid’s I SELL THE DEAD screens Friday 11/6/15 and Saturday 11/7/15 at midnight at the IFC Center in NYC.

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18th-century justice has finally caught up with grave robbers Arthur Blake (Dominic Monaghan) and Willie Grimes (Larry Fessenden). With the specter of the guillotine looming over him, young Blake confesses to a priest, Father Duffy (Ron Perlman), about his fifteen years of adventure in the resurrection trade; from his humble beginnings as a young boy stealing trinkets from corpses, to his partnership with seasoned ghoul Willie Grimes hunting creatures unwilling to accept their place in the ground. The colorful and peculiar history of Grimes and Blake is one filled with adventure, horror, and vicious professional competition that ends where it begins — the grave.

For tickets and more info, head over to IFC.

October 18, 2015
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ArcLight Presents: I SELL THE DEAD – Tonight

Attention LA Fans – ArcLight Hollywood and Slamdance Cinema Club presents a screening I SELL THE DEAD tonight at 8pm. Guests from the film in attendance include Fessenden, Ron Perlman, and Angus Scrimm.

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For Tickets and more info, head over to the ArcLight.

October 9, 2015
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IFC Center Hosts Glass Eye Pix: 30th Anniversary Tribute

NYC’s IFC Center celebrates Glass Eye Pix’s 30th Anniversary with Glass Eye Pix: 30th Anniversary Tribute, a series of special screenings throughout October and into November. Screenings include GEP horror classics like NO TELLING and THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL, as well as some of GEP’s non-horror films like WENDY AND LUCY and THE COMEDY.

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Read on for a full listing of screenings at IFC’s Glass Eye Pix: 30th Anniversary Tribute.

October 7, 2015
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Glass Eye Pix’s 30th Anniversary Screenings and Events

This month we’re celebrating Glass Eye Pix’s 30th Anniversary and the release of Shout Factory’s new Blu-ray box set, THE LARRY FESSENDEN COLLECTION, with tons of screenings and events on both coasts! Come see our movies on the big screen, hang out with us in person, and help us ring in our 30th.

*Details below! More events to be listed on our Facebook page as we can divulge them!*

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Thursday, October 8th – NYC
HABIT screening, with Fessenden & cast members in attendance!
IFC Center, 9PM EST
Part of New York Super Week 2015
Details & Tix: http://www.ifccenter.com/films/habit/

Plus– Glass Eye Pix MIDNIGHT SCREENINGS all month long at IFC Center! Check back for details.

 

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Thursday October 8th through Sunday October 11th – NYC
NEW YORK COMIC CON – Booth #1865
Come hang out with Fessenden and the GEP crew!

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Sunday, October 18th – LOS ANGELES
I SELL THE DEAD screening as part of the Slamdance Cinema Series with Special Guests to be announced!
ArcLight Hollywood, 8PM PST
Details & Tix: https://www.arclightcinemas.com/movie/arclight-presentsi-sell-the-dead

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Monday, October 19th – LOS ANGELES
WENDIGO screening as part of the Slamdance Cinema Series with Special Guests to be announced!
ArcLight Hollywood, 8PM PST
Details & Tix: https://www.arclightcinemas.com/movie/arclight-presentswendigo

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Tuesday, November 3rd – NYC
THE LAST WINTER screening and DARLING New York Premiere with Fessenden, Mickey Keating, and Special Guests from both films in attendance!
Scary Movies 9 at Lincoln Center, 7pm EST and 9:45pm EST
Details & Tix: https://www.filmlinc.org/daily/scary-movies-9-halloween-horror-hitchcock-truffaut/

 

September 18, 2015
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I SELL THE DEAD Vinyl Soundtrack Review

Check out the kind words from a fan of the new I SELL THE DEAD Vinyl Soundtrack, and take a peek at the color of the record itself.

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Copies still available for sale from Deep Focus Records.

September 15, 2015
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I SELL THE DEAD Vinyl Soundtrack On Sale Now

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For the first time on vinyl, the soundtrack composed by Jeff Grace (House of The Devil, In a Valley of Violence).

Limited edition of 500 copies on blood red and purple swirl vinyl. Housed in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with exclusive liner notes from the one and only Angus Scrimm!

Copies available for purchase from Deep Focus Records.

November 16, 2014
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Angus Scrimm Honored at 13TH ANNUAL NYC HORROR FILM FESTIVAL

On Friday night, the great Angus Scrimm was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award, and saluted by Fessenden and James Felix McKenney, at the 13th edition of the New York City Horror Film Festival, taking place at Tribeca Cinemas.

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December 8, 2013
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Glass Eye Pal Jeff Grace called out on Badass Digest

From BadassDigest.com:

“Jeff Grace got his start providing various music services for Howard Shore including music preparation, producing, and editing. In 2005 his debut feature film score The Roost (2005) established an enduring relationship with indie-darling director Ti West which continues to this day. It’s a score of uncompromising creativity harnessing the unique sound qualities of chamber strings and a superlative example of “less-is-more” precision scoring…”

Check out more of Jeff Grace’s Badass Digest write-up here and see the entire list of composers at BadassDigest.com.

July 31, 2013
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Big Time Love for I SELL THE DEAD on Facebook

Join in on the I SELL THE DEAD love at Facebook.com/HorrorHorrorHorror
The movie, directed by Glenn McQuaid, starring Larry Fessenden, Dominic Monaghan and Ron Perlman, is streaming right now on Netflix! Check it out   Continue Reading »

July 17, 2013
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Diabolique Interview: Larry Fessenden on JUG FACE, BENEATH

From Ken W. Hanley at DiaboliqueMagazine.com:
For two decades now, independent genre filmmaker Larry Fessenden has navigated the world of horror, fighting against other low-budget horror outlets to emerge as a gateway for some of the most promising talents in the horror community today. Without Fessenden at the wheel of his ship, subversive horror might have drifted too far into the realm of satire or exploitation. And while Fessenden works his magic with his production company, Glass Eye Pix, the man   Continue Reading »