USA TODAY covered Found just three days ahead of its U.S. premiere on iTunes, cable VOD, and a limited theatrical engagement in Los Angeles and New York. The coverage included an exclusive clip featuring actors Gavin Brown and Ethan Philbeck. The movie opens August 15th in America, with a one-week theatrical engagement at the Arena [...]
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Fangoria Magazine has broken the news that Found has been acquired by The October People for U.S. distribution. Check out the full article at Fangoria’s website and stay tuned for more exciting news on the distribution front!
Found will make its Massachusetts premiere in Somerville at the historic Somerville Theater on Saturday, March 8th, at 7:00 pm. The screening is part of an All Things Horror program entitled “The Kids Aren’t All Right” which will include a number of short films in addition to the feature presentation. Tickets are on sale now!
Patrick Dolan at the venerable Rue Morgue has covered Found and Motivational Growth in a special film festival edition of his regular column, ‘Blood on a Budget’. Click here to read the full article and review!
Monsters Inc.: Local special effects studio specializes in the gory and grotesque – Keith Roach, Bloomington Herald Times, 7/8/12
Click here to read the original article. UNIONVILLE — The monsters are born in a pole barn at the end of a long gravel driveway, surrounded by trees that keep their deadly secret. They take many forms. Werewolves. Serial killers. Alien deities. Goat-headed demons. They are the shadow outside the window, the bump in the [...]
Finding His Feet: After 15 Years, a Breakthrough for Indiana Filmmaker Scott Schirmer – Zechari Scott, The Ryder Magazine, July 2012
It’s an exciting time for Scott Schirmer, who is polishing off his new film Found, a coming-of-age horror about a boy whose brother is a murderer, for its July 14th premiere at the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre. If this weren’t his fourth feature, I’d have thought he’d never experienced anything like it.
Locally Filmed Horror Movie a Creative Stretch – by Mike Leonard, Bloomington Herald Times, 10/23/11
Most actors will tell you they like to stretch themselves, but what Ethan Philbeck did over the summer was a bit extreme.One role he rehearsed was the duck character in the recently completed Cardinal Stage production of the charming children’s musical, “Click Clack Moo.” The other was a serial killer in local independent filmmaker Scott [...]