July 11, 2014
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Check it: Photos from GEP’s CHILLING VISIONS Segments

Check out stills and BTS photos from Graham Reznick’s “The Caregiver” and Glenn McQuaid’s “The Trouble With Dad,” both part of CHILLING VISIONS: 5 STATES OF FEAR!

 

THE CAREGIVER See full gallery here
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THE TROUBLE WITH DAD See full gallery here

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July 11, 2014
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Music from Graham Reznick’s Chilling Vision, THE CAREGIVER

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Now available on bandcamp: the original synth music featured in “The Caregiver,” Graham Reznick’s segment of Chiller’s new anthology, CHILLING VISIONS: 5 STATES OF FEAR!

Give it a listen here and watch the film on Chiller tonight at 9pm et/6pm pt.

July 11, 2014
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Twitch Recommends 5 STATES OF FEAR

CHILLING VISIONS: 5 STATES OF FEAR premieres tonight on Chiller at 9pm ET, and Twitch has their review in. Get a look at excerpts below and read the full review at Twitch.com.

The Trouble With Dad, by Glenn McQuaid (V/H/S, I Sell The Dead and Stakeland) is a story about an elderly man looks for his dog, Charlie, while his daughter tries to move him out of the house. McQuaid has worked with Larry Fessenden at Glass Eye Pix for a while and that experience shows here. Never underestimate the elderly.

And in The Caregiver, by Graham Reznick (The Sacrament, V/H/S, The Innkeepers and Stakeland), a husband must deal with his conniving wife. All he has to do is put his mind to it. Reznick has also worked extensively with Fessenden at Glass Eye Pix. I am not the biggest Stephen King fan but I could not help but think of him when I was watching this last short. Perhaps if I were a bigger fan I would not say this but somehow the vibe of this short just rang of King.

5 States of Fear is an anthology that I can assuredly recommend viewing…The work of the directors and their crews is excellent. The risk and the allowance we as viewers make with anthologies is that there is always going to be one or two shorts that do not stand out like the rest. I can confidently say that there is not a weak link in the bunch. All five shorts have their own strengths and highlights.

You have won this round Chiller TV.