August 14, 2015
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EW has a New Trailer for POD!

EW has a brand new trailer for the Mickey Keating directed POD, starring Dean Cates, Lauren Ashley Carter, and Brian Morvant, featuring Fessenden.

From the EW breakdown:

Where would the horror genre be without creepy woods and basements? We don’t know—and, fortunately, it’s not something we have to worry about.

That brings us to the creepy woods-and-basement-featuring trailer for the new, SXSW-screened horror movie, Pod. Written and directed by Mickey Keating, the film stars Dean Cates and Lauren Ashley Carter as siblings whose veteran brother, played by Brian Morvant, believes he has a secured a sinister being of some sort in the basement of their family’s remote lakehouse in Maine.

The film also features the always watchable indie-horror nabob Larry Fessenden and will be released to select theaters and on VOD, Aug. 28.

Read On for the trailer and an awesome new poster!

August 12, 2013
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BIRTH OF THE LIVING DEAD Sneak Preview at Detroit Zombie Con!

From MotorCityBlog.blogspot.com:
…Brought to you by Motion Picture Institute, Zombie Con (Z-Con) is a two-day event that brings together Zombie, and Horror Fans, Creators, Artists, Novelists, Film Makers at Michigan’s premiere film school; MPI at 2040 Crooks road in Troy, MI. –August 17th and 18th. The convention includes…the Michigan Sneak Preview of the award winning documentary Birth of the Living Dead about the making of Romero’s Night of the Living Dead being shown ahead of its worldwide release from First Run   Continue Reading »

May 6, 2013
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EW on Fessenden’s BENEATH

They Really Need a Bigger Boat in the Trailer for ‘Beneath’ — VIDEO
by Clark Collis
Filmmaker Larry Fessenden has been busy over the past few years working on his Tales From Beyond the Pale audio series, producing other folks’ movies (such as the post-apocalyptic vampire yarn Stakeland and Ti West’s The Innkeepers), and acting in an impressive array of projects, including this August’s fantastic home invasion horror-comedy You’re Next. But the indie-horror overlord hasn’t actually directed a film since 2006′s Ron   Continue Reading »