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

September 26, 2018
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Revel week continues with GEP project Manitou Valley

Enjoy a teaser trailer for MANITOU VALLEY from 2003.
Add the comic book to your collection,

also available for digital download on Comixology.

From Glass Eye Comix comes a tale inspired by Larry Fessenden’s indie horror film WENDIGO.
This 29-page full color comic book was written by James Felix McKenney and drawn,
inked and colored by Brahm Revel (Guerillas, X-men).

Meet Brahm Revel at
New York Comic Con!

June 8, 2018
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On the occasion of the opening of the new horror flick HERIDITARY, one of GEP’s favorite authors Jason Zimmerman (SHOCK VALUE) writes about a new era of horror in The New York Times.

 From the article:

Moving into territory once the preserve of prestige dramas, horror has never been more bankable and celebrated than it is right now. And while evil clowns and serial killers at sorority houses still haunt young viewers (and make tons of money), we’re in the midst of a golden age of grown-up horror. Hushed and character-driven, this mix of indie fare and blockbusters works ferociously on adult anxieties in an age of dislocation.

Part of the reason horror has long targeted young viewers is that it’s harder to scare adults. We have seen too much, including other scary movies. But that experience can be used against us. H.P. Lovecraft famously wrote that the strongest kind of fear was that of the unknown. But the older you get, the less unknown there is. Vampires, werewolves and zombies don’t frighten like they once did. But ghosts still do — when they remind us of what we have lost.

This weekend, check out HEREDITARY in theaters and then cozy up with Fessenden’s home horror family drama from 2001, WENDIGO

August 1, 2016
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Fessenden talks up a storm with Daily Grindhouse!

Fessenden chats with Daily Grindhouse about Sudden Storm: A Wendigo Reader, Marvel comics, the horrors of the internet and other intriguing topics. 


Click here for full article

May 5, 2016
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SUDDEN STORM on Woodstock Writers Radio – 4/24/16

wdst_new_photo_gal__photo_1507577837Fessenden interviewed by the always compelling Martha Frankel on the fabulous Woodstock Writers Radio, a fantastic forum for authors of all stripes. Episode haunted by Prince’s demise, as it was aired the Sunday after he died.

Fessenden shares the bill with Prince biographer Alan Light, author of Let’s Go Crazy: Prince and the Making of Purple Rain.

Also on the bill: Bob Mehr’s in-depth portrait, Trouble Boys: The True Story of the Replacements. 

Followed by Fessenden, speaking about Sudden Storm; a Wendigo Reader.


April 3, 2016
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WENDIGO review at PopMatters


“How does myth shape our understanding of the world?
Such is the question hiding in the heart of Larry Fessenden’s Wendigo,
a film that screened in gorgeously grainy 35mm on Thursday
as part of the Boston Underground Film Festival. An artful examination of mythical storytelling, 
Wendigo succeeded both as a horror film and a character-driven indie drama
about a young boy dealing with trauma.

 … All in all, Wendigo is a great film, one that displays the power of expressionist horror
to tackle grand themes and do so with emotional sensitivity and masterfully-executed atmosphere.”

—Valleriy Kolyaych, PopMattaers

read whole review

March 28, 2016
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Fessenden rambles on Boston Hassle

By Robert Rice

The following is an account of an interview, not a transcript nor even a very coherent paraphrasing. It couldn’t have been, because what took place was too sprawling and fractal, because that’s the nature of a long conversation, because he is a non-discriminating student of the horrific and the convivial, because I got lucky. I got lucky because I was slated for fifteen minutes and he gave me an hour and fifteen. I got lucky because, via some serendipitous allowance of mutual and overlapping interest, we both felt like talking about neuroscience, frailty, nature, fathers, and fear with another person who knows about the killing of Tim McLean. Or, more likely, I felt like it, and he wasn’t actively opposed to indulging me.

read article here

March 24, 2016
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Throwback Thursday: 2000

Fessenden on the set of WENDIGO with James Godwin who played the titular monster.
Godwin would go on to star as the zombie in I SELL THE DEAD.

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March 24, 2016
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WENDIGO unspools on 35mm at Boston’s Brattle TONIGHT 24 March

WENDIGO on 35mm at Boston’s Brattle TONIGHT! Fessenden attends! Boston Underground Film Festival


March 8, 2016
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Fessenden presents WENDIGO on 35mm in Boston Thursday 24 March

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Larry Fessenden (Tales From Beyond The Pale, I Sell The Dead) will hit the fest’s main home, the venerable arthouse Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, MA, for a special 15-year anniversary screening of his film Wendigo on 35mm. 

Read more at Twitch

Fessenden will have copies of his new book Sudden Storm: A Wendigo Reader at the event, as well as copies of his Wendigo-themedcomic books Wendigo, The Last Winter, and The wendigo of Manitou Valley.

More from the press release: 

The 18th annual Boston Underground Film Festival returns, bringing with it an onslaught of phantasmagoria and intrigue to the Brattle Theatre and Harvard Film Archive from March 23rd through the 27th. This year’s schedule boasts an eclectic selection of weird, wonderful programming packed with guests both familiar and new, parties, and more!

Get your passes and tickets now!