August 4, 2016
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Mike Gingold talks “maniac-in-the-woods chiller” THE RANGER

Glass Eye pal Mike Gingold talks THE RANGER in this Fantasia/Frontières exclusive! 

“During this summer’s Frontières International Co-Production Market at Montreal’s Fantasia festival, RUE MORGUE got the chance to chat with several filmmakers who were there pitching ambitious genre projects to potential backers. Among the most notable were Jenn Wexler and Larry Fessenden of Glass Eye Pix, with a unique maniac-in-the-woods chiller called THE RANGER”

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Read full article here

May 25, 2016
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So long Gingold, we’ll miss you!

Mike Gingold has parted ways with Fangoria Magazine, long-time advocate
for Glass Eye Pix’s scrappy content since the ‘90s. In fact the as-yet-unprinted-next edition
of Fangoria has an article on the Fessenden Collection, and interviews with Fessenden and Graham Reznick,
plus a photo from STRAY BULLETS. Publish that Mag, guys!!
 
Meanwhile, here is a tribute to Mike, or Ging as he was affectionately called.
Lots of luck Mike, see you at the next event!!

 

July 9, 2014
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Fangoria on 5 STATES OF FEAR

Mike Gingold at Fango on the GEP segments of Chiller’s new anthology:

The Chiller channel continues its CHILLING VISIONS anthology film franchise, begun last year with FIVE SENSES OF FEAR, with FIVE STATES OF FEAR, premiering this Friday, July 11 at 9 p.m. Fango got a sneak peek at two episodes, a couple of exclusive photos and words from the directors.

The segments making up CHILLING VISIONS: FIVE STATES OF FEAR include two by the Glass Eye Pix gang, produced by Larry Fessenden and Jennifer Wexler: “The Trouble With Dad,” directed by I SELL THE DEAD’s Glenn McQuaid, written by McQuaid and Clay McLeod Chapman and starring Peter B. Rogan (1st photo below), Bridget Dolan and Chapman; and “The Caregiver,” written and directed by I CAN SEE YOU’s Graham Reznick and starring Jeff Kaplan (2nd photo), Kersten Haile and Mickey Keating. The other three are “Sandy,” written and directed by ANIMAL’s Brett Simmons; “Tick Warning,” written and directed by John Poliquin of the GRAVE ENCOUNTERS movies; and “Ghost Daughter,” written and directed by Zao Wang.

Fango was lucky enough to attend a special screening of “Dad” and “Caregiver,” both taut, creepy tales that make the most of their limited locations and casts, each with a nifty sting in its tail. Watching them was like traveling back to the days of the great Laurel Entertainment TV shows like TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE and MONSTERS, and in a Q&A following the screening with the cast and creators, McQuaid and Reznick noted another past influence as well as, in the former’s case, a personal connection to the material…

Check out the full piece on Fangoria.com.

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