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    The Gallows Offers a Hangman’s Noose in this Blood Red Trailer

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    As Night Comes star Myko Olivier now featured on Glee

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    Interview: Actor Luke Baines talks ‘As Night Comes’ – AXS Entertainment

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Audience Reactions

  • With its nod to Clockwork Orange, AS NIGHT COMES, directed by Richard Zelniker, avoids every cliche and cheap trick, instead forcing us inside the pain, fear and excruciating confusion that lives inside so many people today. It doesn’t look “at” a social issue and offer a glossy solution. It demands that we feel the desperation of its trapped protagonists. Who is the hero and who is the villain? No easy answer there either. We a... Read Morecomma

    Eden Bernardy

    Screenwriter

  • Just returned from a distributor screening of [the] new film: AS NIGHT COMES, at Technicolor.Disturbing, uncomfortable, and uplifting all at the same time.There is no “protagonist” anywhere among this great young cast that features Luke Baines as the deeply dysfunctional leader of a group dubbed “The Misfits” and Myko Olivier as the Misfits’ apparent “odd-man out.” As the Misfits pre-Halloween rampage esc... Read Morecomma

    Steven J. Roy

    Author

  • Richard, congrats on a film of great social significance as well as entertainment. The sign of a great movie is how it can influence your thinking well after seeing it. I reflect on my own high school days and I even reached out to some old friends and re-socialized. Privilege being part of your film. It’s not just a movie. It’s a lesson in life and a tool to mend past mistakes!Deeply moved by the message of this movie and impressed w... Read Morecomma

    Steve Crest

    Philanthropist

  • Richard Zelniker’s latest indie-flick AS NIGHT COMES is a tale about a troubled teen (Myko Olivier) who gets in over his head with a group of social outcasts whose petty crime pranks escalate into a nightmare of disturbing violence. Zelniker’s solid direction gave the movie a very gritty and fluid feel and Olivier handled the complex lead role well and has great potential. The film also has commercial potential and was very enjoyable... Read Morecomma

    Dan Bronzite

    Screenwriter

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