Discovering good movies, one bad movie at a time

If there’s one key takeaway from our conversation with Adrienne Biddle on  becoming a movie producer it’s that it’s probably more work than we could handle. Maybe not too much work for you, but definitely for us.  Long hours, lots of travel, long stretches away from home, menial jobs before you work your way up… but if you love what you do, then it never really feels like work, they say.

The Dark and the Wicked

It’s her last project with director and friend Bryan Bertino, but it’s one that she’s really proud of.

Personally, I thought it was “scary and atmospheric” and guess what Adrienne agreed!  She’ll tell you about this in the interview, but spoiler, apparently the creepy farm where this whole thing does down, is actually the director’s family house.  I mean, don’t tell Bryan this, but he’s definitely, probably, possessed.

Here’s what happens.  In a nondescript rural down, a father is slowly dying, so his kids come to say their goodbyes and things get WEIRD.  Something evil is lurking, but it’s up to you to find what just what it is.

Spoiler: It’s not good.

VIDEO: Interview with Adrienne Biddle





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