From Rue Morgue:
It’s likely you haven’t seen as many different kinds of insanity in one film as you have in PSYCHOPATHS, which hits theaters this Friday, December 1. It’s the latest and most ambitious film from rising horror auteur Mickey Keating (DARLING, CARNAGE PARK), who talks about it with RUE MORGUE below, along with two of his stars.
Released by Samuel Goldwyn Films, PSYCHOPATHS was produced by Glass Eye Pix, whose CEO Larry Fessenden plays serial killer Henry Earl Starkweather. He introduces us to the film’s bizarre world, inhabited by characters including Alice (THE LAST EXORCISM’s Ashley Bell), whose deranged alter ego resides in a mindscape modeled on vintage musicals. Other crazy folks whose stories crisscross through the movie are played by James Landry Hébert, THE BATTERY director/star Jeremy Gardner, TRASH FIRE’s Angela Trimbur and Sam Zimmerman, curator of the Shudder streaming network, which premiered Keating’s in-depth horror talk show THE CORE this month. For the filmmaker, who has homaged numerous scary subgenres in his past features, PSYCHOPATHS was an opportunity to explore a different kind of narrative, one as fractured as its antagonists’ minds. We spoke with Keating, Fessenden and Bell following the movie’s premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year.
Check out the full interview HERE
In theaters Friday!
In theaters Friday!
A Glass Eye Pix production of a Mickey Keating film
In Theaters December 1st, VOD January 2nd
Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired North American rights to Psychopaths, the horror pic from Glass Eye Pix written and directed by Mickey Keating. The film premiered this year at the Tribeca Film Festival and now will get a day-and-date theatrical/VOD release in January 2018.
Tune in LIVE as Ashley Bell, Larry Fessenden, and Mickey Keating tell us about their new horror flick,
Psychopaths, premiering at Tribeca 2017.
“Rising horror director Mickey Keating has been exploring insanity for his last few films,
and after the monochromatic psychodrama of DARLING and the desert dementia of CARNAGE PARK,
he goes full-blown crazy with PSYCHOPATHS,
abandoning conventional storytelling to plunge into the avant-garde.”