December 12, 2018
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Jenn Wexler featured on “The Most Interesting New Filmmakers We Met in 2018” from Film School Rejects

Jenn Wexler has been working with Glass Eye Pix, producing some of the more interesting genre films lately like DarlingPsychopaths, and Like Me. Her first feature, The Ranger pits punks against The Man, slasher-style. A group of 80s punks flee the city and head out to the woods. They shack up in a family cabin now owned by group member Chelsea, who’s played by Chloe Levine. They encounter a park ranger, played by Jeremy Holm, who is dead set on preserving the sanctity of the woods.

Characters don’t have to make great choices for them to be authentic or real or strong. Which is great for The Ranger, because it’s full of bad decisions and great characters. The movie builds tension slowly until a gunshot rings out and the first body drops, which kicks off a rollercoaster of violence and strange memories and gory horror. Colorful punks battling an insane park ranger is not what I would have thought I needed from the cabin-in-the-woods slasher genre, but god damn. Yes, please.

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November 14, 2018
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THE RANGER is coming to Redbox 11/20!

November 9, 2018
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Rue Morgue picks up Wexler MiniDoc

October 19, 2018
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Variety: Jenn Wexler featured on “15 Women Horror Directors Jason Blum Can Add to His List”

From Variety:

“Wexler’s list of producing credits on horror projects runs impressively long, and March’s “The Ranger” proved her directing legitimacy There’s plenty of punk rock, spunk, and action to be found in her homage to ‘80s slasher movies, and the film solidifies Wexler as a director to watch in 2019.”

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October 18, 2018
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AV CLUB: Jenn Wexler featured on “10 Female Directors for Jason Blum, who seems to have trouble finding them”

From AV CLUB: Wexler’s debut feature, The Ranger, is a wildly entertaining punk-rock slasher throwback made on a tiny independent budget, just the sort of thing Blumhouse purports to specialize in. The Ranger had a limited theatrical run, so maybe Blum didn’t see it then, but he’ll have a chance to catch up with it when it debuts on Shudder next year.

Glass Eye Pals Izzy Lee and Roxanne Benjamin also on the list!

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October 17, 2018
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Glass Eye in the Catskills!

Join us this weekend at the Great Western Catskills International Film Festival,
hosted by GEP pals James Felix McKenney and Lisa Wisely.

FRIDAY 10/19
The Ranger

Only A Switch
Q&A with director Michael Vincent

The Last Winter
Q&A with Fessenden

Tickets available NOW

October 12, 2018
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Variety: “AMC’s Shudder Acquires Punk Rock Slasher THE RANGER”

AMC’s dedicated genre streaming service Shudder has acquired Jenn Wexler’s punk rock slasher “The Ranger” which had its world premiere at South by Southwest festival in the Midnighters section.  Shudder picked up North American, U.K., Australia/New Zealand and Germany/Austria rights. The deal was negotiated by Shudder’s Emily Gotto and 79th& Broadway Entertainment’s Andrew van den Houten, on behalf of Hood River Entertainment and Glass Eye Pix. 

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September 27, 2018
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THE RANGER rages on!

“a dark delight that turns out to have a primal,
affecting story underneath its drug-addled style.”
– Crome Yellow

“a glittering standalone in a sea of aspiring John Carpenter clones”
– Beatroute

September 17, 2018
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Hey New York! Jenn Wexler’s THE RANGER is back in town!

Tuesday 7PM at the Brooklyn Alamo Drafthouse
Friday the 21st and Saturday the 22nd at midnight at Nitehawk Cinema
and Friday the 28th at the Yonkers Alamo Drafthouse.  
Tickets available NOW!
August 27, 2018
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THE RANGER review round-up!

“Wexler has made a slasher movie that absolutely feels genuine
in everything from story to tone.”
– iHorror

“One of the best screening at this year’s event.”
– The Hollywood News

“Wexler has interpreted her influences thoughtfully
and inverted them cleverly.” 
– AV Club

“A blazing, cathartic horror film that spirals into wild
and bloody depravity.”
– Biff Bam Pop

Jenn Wexler has perfectly captured not only the punk rock aesthetic,
but also the nuances of our beloved slasher genre.”
– Horror Fuel

“A well-made, entertaining throwback to the horror of yesteryear.”
– The Aisle Seat

“A must see that leaves genre fans howling.”
– Geeks of Doom