- 30 Nov 16
This horror/sci-fi coming-of-age black comedy gets its own special screening before hitting the big screens across Ireland.
On December 5, thriller film lovers can get a sneak peak at the film I Am Not a Serial Killer. In addition to a preview four days before everyone else in Ireland can watch the film, attendees are able to join Director Billy O'Brien (Isolation) and lead actor Max Records (Where The Wild Things Are) for a question and answer session after the screening.
You may recognise Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future), Laura Fraser (Breaking Bad) and Max Records who star in this 2016 Irish-British film. Or, you may also recall the Dan Wells book trilogy that the film is adapted from. Following the main character John Wayne Cleaver, the 2009 thriller novel revolves around a serial killer obsessed 16-year-old boy. In the film adaptation, Max Records plays Cleaver as he tries to uncover who has been slaughtering residents in his small mid-west town.
The film originally premiered at SXSW film festival back in March, where it received its first batch of review. The Hollywood Reporter commented, "The special effects are consistently satisfying for a low-budget feature, reaching a surprising level of accomplishment in the final scenes."
I Am Not A Serial Killer screens in Irish cinemas on Friday, December 9.
Tickets and more information for the screening can be found here: http://bit.ly/2fKSox3
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