July 16, 2016
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DARLING is Now on Netflix!

Just in time for your Saturday night horror movie binge. Watch it now!


June 14, 2016
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Mind’s Eye trailer unleashed!

The hypnotic, mind-melting trailer for Joe Begos’ new film The Mind’s Eye has finally arrived! The cast consists of a few familiar faces such as Graham Skipper, Noah Segan, Matt Mercer, Jeremy Gardner, Brian Morvant, Josh Ethier, Sam Zimmerman and Glass Eye pals Lauren Ashley Carter, John Speredakos and GEP madman Larry Fessenden!   Screen Shot 2016-06-14 at 5.14.55 PM

Read full article here.

May 24, 2016
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Darling now on DVD!

Mickey Keating’s critically acclaimed DARLING is now available for your physical media collection. Get your copy on Amazon.com
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April 13, 2016
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The Mind’s Eye lands distribution

The Mind’s Eye, penned and directed by Joe Begos, lands distribution with RLJ Entertainment.

Gravitate towards theaters and catch it on VOD later on this year.

The film boasts something of an indie-horror all-star cast, one which also includes Noah Segan (Some Kind of Hate), Matt Mercer (the Contracted films), Jeremy Gardner (The Battery), Brian Morvant (Darling, Pod), actor-editor Josh Ethier (Almost Human), actor-director Larry Fessenden (Feast), and John Speredakos (House of the Devil) as the aforementioned madman. 


April 2, 2016
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DARLING NYC Opening Night – PICS!

Last night, DARLING opened in NYC’s Village East Cinema, followed by a cast Q&A moderated by Entertainment Weekly’s Clark Collis! Click right here to check out a gallery of pics from the evening.

April 1, 2016
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DARLING will hit theaters tonight in NYC and Toronto! Darling will expand to 16 other cities/VOD/online platforms starting April 8th. Join us after the Village East screening in NYC for a Q&A with Lauren Ashley Carter, Brian Morvant and Larry Fessenden. Visit DarlingMovie.com for the full theater list and tickets.


March 31, 2016
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Meet the characters from DARLING

March 29, 2016
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Entertainment Weekly: A look into the house of DARLING

Entertainment Weekly invites you into the terrifying house from DARLING. Watch this behind-the-scenes clip with comments from writer-director Mickey Keating. Catch Darling in theaters this Friday! 

March 29, 2016
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STYD Calls DARLING The Best Horror Movie of 2016

By Chris Alexander at ShockTillYouDrop.com:

Review: Why DARLING is the Best Horror Movie of 2016

Filmmaker Mickey Keating’s deft fest hit is an indie horror landmark.

It’s not what you have.

It’s not the colors in the pallete.

It’s not the gear.

It’s not the tech.

It’s not the government funding. It’s not the marketing.

Art is none of these things.

No, art is simply the reflection of the artist, authentic and true and brave and bold and alive and visceral. Art is using whatever you have at your disposal to project the dreams and nightmares and hopes and fears and horrors and truths and fantasies you want to share in ways that are pure. In ways that are yours, unique to you.

The movie we’re chiefly here to discuss today, right now…It’s an immaculate work of art and one of the most affecting horror movies I’ve ever seen.

As you already know, that picture is director Mickey Keating’s poisonous psychodrama DARLING, a movie that breaks rules and is filled with so much innovation and such daring, deceivingly simple vision, that I actually yelled out loud as it un-spooled, shouting in excitement and a joy stemming from the revelation that the people that made it were not only making an auteur horror movie that was progressive and meaningful, but that a third party was backing the movie, distributing it and ensuring that people saw the movie and knew it existed.

DARLING. Sweet, horrible, savage DARLING.

Imagine early incarnations of David Lynch, Roman Polanski, Lars von Trier and Guy Maddin on a three day meth bender in one of Stanley Kubrick’s suites at The Overlook Hotel and you’ll get a sense of DARLING’s mission statement. Made for very little money with a skeletal cast on spare locations (primarily a looming house in what I think might be upstate New York), DARLING casts the doe-eyed Lauren Ashley Carter (JUG FACE) as an obviously disturbed girl who accepts a position as the caretaker at posh mansion owned by an elegant, icy and presumably wealthy woman (BLADE RUNNER’s Sean Young, looking great and a welcome presence back on the screen). Like Jack Nicholson’s Jack Torrance at the aforementioned Overlook in Kubrick’s impossibly influential THE SHINING, it’s clear that Carter is crackers from frame one. But considering the home’s haunted history, it’s a given that she’ll go even madder as the movie progresses. And she does.

My god, does she.

DARLING is co-produced by the great Larry Fessenden, who also appears in the film, a product of his Glass Eye Pix, a company that almost always makes interesting, modestly budgeted and wholly original horror films.

But here, backing Keating’s vision, they may have made their first real deal masterpiece.

DARLING is a perfect movie in its imperfection. It’s a movie that bends rules and defies expectations and always remains a messy, personal primal scream of a picture. It’s most assuredly a work of dark, seething art and, as the hyperbolic headline of this review screamed, it’s the best horror movie of 2016.

Well, so far, anyway.

But I can’t imagine it will get any better than this.

Then again, I haven’t seen Keating’s Sundance hit CARNAGE PARK yet…

Look for DARLING when it opens theatrically and on VOD on April 8th.

Check out the full review on ShockTillYouDrop.com.

March 29, 2016
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Entertainment Weekly: DARLING on the MUST LIST

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