Tag Archives: Israeli horror
[RM contributor Peter Gutiérrez treats us to a Q&A with the writers/directors of the Israeli horror film Rabies.]
To supplement the May issue’s feature on Israeli horror, the following is offered for your reading pleasure: an interview with two undisputed leaders of that scene. Navot Papushado and Aharon Keshales, the co-writers/directors of last year’s festival circuit hit Rabies (Kalevet), are actually busy at the moment shooting their second feature, so we’re doubly thrilled they took time to shed light on some of the mysteries of their first one. If you haven’t seen Rabies—and many still haven’t, unfortunately, because it never really enjoyed a North American theatrical or VOD run—then by all means seek out its recent DVD release from Image Entertainment or catch it via Amazon Instant. It’s the kind of slyly revisionist slasher flick that generates tremendous word-of-mouth, but you probably shouldn’t wait until one of your friends starts foaming about it.