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
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FRI 4/21
10:45 PM
 
SAT 4/22
11:30 PM
 
TUE 4/25
10:00 PM
April 4, 2016
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DARLING Weekend Round Up

 — Tribeca “What To See This Weekend” list!
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— DARLING inspired Flavorwire list.
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— Glide Magazine
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September 1, 2015
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Tribeca Film Reviews UNTIL DAWN and Speaks with Co-Writer Graham Reznick

Matt Barone, writing for Tribeca Film, spoke at length with Graham Reznick about UNTIL DAWN, the PS4 Horror Video Game written by Reznick and Fessenden.

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Until Dawn gives you a very stereotypical approach and very stereotypical characters and has them do the things you’re familiar with, but then it puts you in control,” says Reznick. “Our players are given a certain amount of control over the characters, which allows you to take a stereotypical character and mold them into something that’s more reflective of you, the person who’s playing. That immediately raises the stakes and makes things scarier, because you’re truly invested in the characters. With each move and decision they make, the game’s characters start to resemble aspects of the player’s own personality.”

Read on for the full review and conversation with Graham Reznick.

April 4, 2013
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THE COMEDY screens at The McKittrick Hotel!

Named after the Judy Barton’s place of residence in Alfred Hitchcock’sVertigo, The McKittrick Hotel still might seem like an unlikely setting for a film screening. Rich in cinematic reverence (the hotel’s Manderley Bar is named after the fictional estate in another Hitchcock classic, Rebecca), The McKittrick Hotel is most well-known for its infamous “Sleep No More” interactive theater experience, during which audience members are given complete freedom to roam the corridors of the hotel, unlocking its secrets and mysteries on their own terms.
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December 6, 2012
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THE COMEDY Theatrical Expands

The Comedy theatrical run expands this Friday, Dec. 7th, to Seattle, Boston, and Tucson. Find more details on where the film will be playing, along with additional cities where it will play in the future, over at Tribeca   Continue Reading »

November 27, 2012
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THE COMEDY Theatrical Expands

The Comedy theatrical run will add screenings in Albuquerque, Austin, Phoenix, Denver, and Omaha beginning this weekend. Details regarding when and where the film will be shown are available at Tribeca   Continue Reading »