A top cast gets low down playing various menacing roles in the movie version of Donald Ray Pollock’s award-winning novel.
The main problem with horror-comedies is that the best ones make the subgenre seem easy to pull off.
Exclusive Interview: Writer/directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen and star Maika Monroe on “VILLAINS,” Part Two
The trio talk dual directing, trouble with tongue studs and more!
Bad meets worse in the black-comic horror film VILLAINS, which has been darkly delighting audiences on the fest circuit this year and is coming to general release next month. A new trailer and poster have now hit the web.
VILLAINS is by no means a horror film, but it does play in the genre sandbox: it has kidnapping, death, blood, and piercings gone awry, but always with a smile and a wink.