October 12, 2015
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Comic Con 2015 Recap!

Glass Eye Pix braved the masses again this year for New York Comic Con 2015. Check out our photos from the event right here!

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 8, 2015
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Lovechild Pictures to Re-Release AUTOMATONS on VHS

Lovechild Pictures is set to re-release James Felix McKenney’s AUTOMATONS as a special-edition, limited print run VHS. Copies go on sale on October 15th, but if you stop by the Glass Eye Pix booth at New York Comic Con, you’ll have a chance to snatch up an early copy.

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From the press release:

Newly established niche distribution label Lovechild Pictures is proud to announce its first in a series of artisanal VHS releases; James Felix McKenney’s dystopian sci-fi opus, AUTOMATONS.

Set in the distant future following an all-out robot genocide, AUTOMATONS follows a lone female survivor, sparring on against all odds with the aid of her mechanical companions.

Lensed in gritty black & white Super 8mm, Lovechild Pictures’ analog presentation enhances the experience of this nostalgia-inspired horror epic, best described as ROBOT MONSTER meets ERASERHEAD.

Produced by Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix and McKenney’s MonsterPants Movies, AUTOMATONS stars newcomer Christine Spencer (SATAN HATES YOU), Brenda Cooney (I SELL THE DEAD) and genre icon Angus Scrimm (the PHANTASM series). Also featured are Don Wood (COLONIAL HOUSE, HYPOTHERMIA), John Anthony Blake (DOCTOR WHO, PSYCHOMANIA) and Executive Producer Larry Fessenden (HABIT, THE LAST WINTER).

Packed to the brim with bonus content and an original making-of interview zine with director James Felix McKenney, Lovechild Pictures’ AUTOMATONS tape will be available for online purchase October 15th, signed and limited to 50 copies. NYC Comic Con attendees receive an advance opportunity to grab a copy at the Glass Eye Pix booth, where 20 of the tapes will be for sale, limited to one per customer.

“Automatons is bound for cult status and should be dug up in ten years and viewed again — that is, if humanity is still around” – RUE MORGUE

“The movie’s loving attention to light and shade transcends its hermetic setting and meager budget. At times the buzzing static and fizzy backlighting recall the glistening surrealism of the filmmaker Guy Maddin… enormously endearing” – NEW YORK TIMES

“Robot radness achieved! Budgets are for bitches.” – VILLAGE VOICE

Inspired by late-night cable broadcasts of yesteryear’s horrors, Automatons spins a fever-dream nightmarescape that must be seen to be believed.

October 13, 2014
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Comic Con 2014 Recap!

Glass Eye Pix returned to the Javits Center this weekend for another year of Comic Con madness! Check out pics from the Con here, along with photos from the Super Week NYC premiere of ABCs OF DEATH 2!