August 26, 2015
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WE ARE STILL HERE, Ted Geoghegan’s terrifying ghost flick starring Barbara Crampton, Andrew Sensenig, and featuring Fessenden, gets a Blu-Ray release date! On October 6th, 2015, you can bring home this wonderfully creepy movie! Preorders are up on Amazon.


And GEP pal Joe Begos’ bloody psychokinetic thriller THE MIND’S EYE will premiere at Midnight Madness of the Toronto International Film Festival! The festival page succinctly sums up the movie as “A drifter with psychic powers takes on an evil doctor and his crew of telekinetic assassins.” Starring Graham Skipper, Lauren Ashley Carter, John Speredakos, and Fessenden!

August 14, 2015
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EW has a New Trailer for POD!

EW has a brand new trailer for the Mickey Keating directed POD, starring Dean Cates, Lauren Ashley Carter, and Brian Morvant, featuring Fessenden.

From the EW breakdown:

Where would the horror genre be without creepy woods and basements? We don’t know—and, fortunately, it’s not something we have to worry about.

That brings us to the creepy woods-and-basement-featuring trailer for the new, SXSW-screened horror movie, Pod. Written and directed by Mickey Keating, the film stars Dean Cates and Lauren Ashley Carter as siblings whose veteran brother, played by Brian Morvant, believes he has a secured a sinister being of some sort in the basement of their family’s remote lakehouse in Maine.

The film also features the always watchable indie-horror nabob Larry Fessenden and will be released to select theaters and on VOD, Aug. 28.

Read On for the trailer and an awesome new poster!

July 30, 2015
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DARLING’s World Premiere Announced for Fantastic Fest

Mickey Keating’s DARLING, produced by Glass Eye Pix, starring Lauren Ashley Carter (JUG FACE, THE WOMAN, upcoming THE MIND’S EYE), will have its World Premiere at Fantastic Fest! Hollywood Reporter announced the news today, and the Fantastic Fest site has more details on the movie:



In DARLING, a young woman takes a seemingly simple job as the caretaker for an enormous, historical New York home. In fact, as she’s picking up the keys, the lady who hired her mentions that it’s the oldest home in New York. And with that age comes several stories… and then there was that incident with the caretaker. When the young woman asks what happened, the lady begrudgingly admits that the he committed suicide, but they don’t know why and “it’s nothing to worry about. Nothing like that could ever happen again.” With that, the woman is out the door, leaving the young lady with a check and the first pangs of anxiety about her latest career move. But with no other choice, she resigns herself to her decision, and starts to look around. She discovers an odd necklace with an upside down cross as well as a single locked door at the end of a short hallway. Both are strangely ominous, just like the odd noises she hears at night. When she finds herself frightened by an innocuous encounter with a man on the street, she starts to slowly spiral out of control.

Mickey Keating returns to Austin hot on the heels of the SXSW premiere of his film POD. Filmed in black and white with disorienting sequences of fast edits, DARLING feels nightmarish with a thick atmosphere of fear and apprehension that calls to mind elements of REPULSION. Lauren Ashley Carter, who fans will recognize from JUG FACE as well as POD, stars as the main character and perfectly portrays a descent into madness. Punctuated by heightened sound effects and a score that’s constantly evolving to drive the tension, DARLING is a dark, unsettling experience filled with dread and the constant threat of impending doom. (Luke Mullen)


February 27, 2015
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New Clip from POD Takes Us ‘Into The Basement’

A brand new clip’s just been released from GEP pal Mickey Keating’s Pod, starring Lauren Ashley Carter, Dean Cates, and Fessenden.

From Bloody Disgusting:

Playing in the upcoming South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival’s Midnighters section is Mickey Keating’s hotly anticipated Pod, which will World Premiere at the fest running from March 13 – 21, 2015 in Austin, Texas.

The addition to the first trailer being released, we now have a clip from the horror pic that features Lauren Ashley Carter, Dean Cates, Brian Morvant, Larry Fessenden, and John Weselcouch. In it, two doors are busted open, one teases something terrifying.

In Pod, a family intervention goes horrifically awry within the snowy confines of an isolated lake house.

“After receiving a troubling voicemail, estranged siblings Ed and Lyla travel to their isolated family lake house in Maine to hold an intervention on their increasingly paranoid, war veteran brother, Martin. But the situation rapidly spirals out of control when they discover the house completely ransacked and learn that Martin has constructed an elaborate and horrifying conspiracy theory surrounding a sinister entity that he believes he has trapped in the basement.”


November 19, 2014
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Fangoria Exclusive: DARLING News and Photos

Fango’s got an exclusive on Glass Eye Pix’s newest film, DARLING, written & directed by Mickey Keating and starring Lauren Ashley Carter, produced by Fessenden, Jenn Wexler, Sean Fowler, Keating and Carter, in association with Illium Pictures.

Get all the details, and check out exclusive and behind-the-scenes pics, at


July 3, 2014
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MICKEY KEATING talks Glass Eye, Fessenden, and his upcoming film POD

Check out Dan Dillard’s exclusive interview with Mickey Keating and Lauren Ashley Carter, in which the former GEP intern chats about past and future projects. Keating gives a shoutout to Glass Eye, and also talks about directing Fessenden in POD!

Check out the full interview on

September 26, 2013
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JUG FACE Coming to DVD/Blu-Ray

JUG FACE, featuring Fessenden alongside Lauren Ashley Carter, Sean Bridgers, Sean Young, and Daniel Manche, is coming to DVD and Blu-ray this October!
“MVD Entertainment Group and Modern Distributors announced today that the Slamdance Film Festival favorite JUG FACE, written and directed by Chad Crawford Kinkle, will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on October 15th, 2013. The film was produced by Andrew van den Houten (“Funeral Kings,” ‘’The Woman”) and Robert Tonino (‘’Home Movie,” “The Girl Next Door”) for Modernciné,   Continue Reading »

August 5, 2013
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JUG FACE Hits Select Theaters August 9th

JUG FACE, starring Fessenden alongside Lauren Ashley Carter, Sean Young, Daniel Manche, and Sean Bridgers, opens in select theaters August 9th (find out where it’s playing here) and is also On Demand and streaming on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video.
JUG FACE Film Review From SciFiNow:
Indie horror debut Jug Face is a compelling and complex must-see.
The opening minutes of Chad Crawford Kinkle’s debut film Jug Face might feel familiar. We have the backwoods community with its archaic customs, we have something   Continue Reading »

March 22, 2013
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Gravitas Ventures Releasing JUG FACE On VOD Before It Hits Theaters

Gravitas Ventures announced today that they have acquired U.S. VOD rights to JUG FACE, the tense horror-thriller written and directed by Chad Crawford Kinkle, starring Fessenden alongside Lauren Ashley Carter (The Woman), Sean Bridgers (Deadwood), Sean Young (Blade Runner), and Daniel Manche (The Girl Next Door). Produced by Andrew van den Houten (Funeral Kings, The Woman) and Robert Tonino (Home Movie, Ghoul) for Modernciné, JUG FACE won the Slamdance Grand Prize Screenwriting Award in 2011 and debuted as a Special   Continue Reading »

January 16, 2013
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Exclusive: Eerie & Surreal Trailer For Slamdance Entry ‘Jug Face’ at indiewire

Recent cinema has seen a small handful of movies about cults or communities — “Martha Marcy May Marlene,” “Sound Of My Voice,” “The Master” among them — but perhaps the eeriest or strangest of them all is the upcoming “Jug Face.” Set to premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival, we have the first exclusive trailer for the movie, and….well, just watch it, and you’ll see what we mean.
Starring Lauren Ashley Carter (in what is described as a breakout role), Sean Young, Sean Bridgers, Larry Fessenden and Daniel Manche,   Continue Reading »