April 21, 2017
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Psychopaths LIVE talk at Tribeca

Tune in LIVE as Ashley Bell, Larry Fessenden, and Mickey Keating tell us about their new horror flick,
premiering at Tribeca 2017.

April 21, 2017
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Rue Morgue reviews PSYCHOPATHS: “a kaleidoscope of bizarre behavior and shocking bloodshed.”

“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.”

Read full review…

April 20, 2017
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Psychopaths premiere at Tribeca Film Fest

Mickey Keating’s PSYCHOPATHS world premiere
at the Tribeca Film Festival!

April 20th, 2017

Check listings…

April 11, 2017
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PSYCHOPATHS exclusive first clip

Entertainment Weekly brings us the exclusive first look at Mickey Keating’s PSYCHOPATHS.
Set to open at the Tribeca Film Festival.

EW has the scoop

March 16, 2017
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PSYCHOPATHS at Tribeca. Premiere dates announced!

Mickey Keating’s PSYCHOPATHS will premiere at Tribeca Film Festival 2017, dates have been announced!

Over the course of one excessively blood-soaked night, multiple serial killers’ paths cross, leaving a trail of bodies and begging the question: Which psychopath will live to see morning? One of the most exciting and unclassifiable new voices in indie horror, Mickey Keating delivers his wildest ride yet with this ultra-stylish and uber-violent descent into madness.

THU 4/20
10:00 PM
FRI 4/21
10:45 PM
SAT 4/22
11:30 PM
TUE 4/25
10:00 PM
September 26, 2016
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Fessenden chats about current & upcoming GEP projects!

Fessenden chats with Rue Morgue about current and upcoming GEP projects.

… “In fact,” Fessenden says, “the next crop of Glass Eye movies are kind of pushing the envelope of the visual, and departing from straightforward storytelling. That’s fun, and the whole point of the company: to be experimental and have a little bit more out-of-the-box thinking, when people are starting out and doing their early films on small budgets. You know, if you can’t compete with crane shots, you can compete with conceptual ideas and editing and stuff. Back in the ’60s and ’70s, editing was so much more interesting than it is now. Even though there’s a sense that it’s faster now than in a traditional movie, it doesn’t push your buttons the same way. So I’m very happy to have these two films. And then there’s STRAY BULLETS [a crime thriller marking the directorial debut of Fessenden’s son Jack], which is very traditional, and STAKELANDER is more straightforward; it feels like an ’80s horror film, very nicely composed. So Glass Eye’s got lots of stuff, including a non-genre film [by writer/director Ana Asensio] called MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND.”
July 7, 2016
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Bloody Disgusting brings us first image of Psychopaths

Watch your back! Mickey Keating’s PSYCHOPATHS is creeping up on ya!
Bloody Disgusting nabs the first ever image of the upcoming film. Click here to read full article.


Jenn Wexler produced Keating’s film for Glass Eye Pix

March 16, 2016
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Mickey Keating Names His PSYCHOPATHS

From Screen Daily:


By Jeremy Kay

EXCLUSIVE: The director of Sundance selection Carnage Park has unveiled the cast on his fifth feature, which recently wrapped principal photography.

Ashley Bell, Angela Trimbur, Mark Kassen, Ivana Shein, and James Landry Hébert (pictured) have joined previously announced Jeremy Gardner, Helen Rogers, and Larry Fessenden.

Keating wrote and directed Psychopaths, which follows several serial killers over the course of a single night.

Jenn Wexler produced alongside William Day Frank, Keating, and Cam McLellan and Al Lewison for Bad Camal. Fessenden serves as executive producer for Glass Eye Pix.

Keating’s most recent film Carnage Park premiered in Park City in January and is sold internationally by Content Media. The film-maker’s credits include RitualPod, and Darling.