You know something? I’ve seen some depressing shit in my day.
For starters, I was born ass-first; I came out of my mother with my ankles up over head, ready to be screwed Serbian Film-style by life in general. Not to delve too deeply into my own boring life, but I’ve be...
Some of modern horror's most important filmmakers are back this year, with Hereditary director Ari Aster bringing us Midsommar and The Witch director Robert Eggers returning with The Lighthouse, but so too is The Babadook's Jennifer Kent with The Nightingale.
Set for a North American premiere in the Spotlight section of the forthcoming Sundance Film Festival, The Babadook director Jennifer Kent's second feature The Nightingale has been acquired for U.S. distribution by IFC Films, Variety reports.