Kevin Smith has partnered with Phase 4 Films to distribute films under the new label “Kevin Smith and Smodcast Pictures Presents.”
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Taking time out from Django Unchained, writer/director Quentin Tarantino assembled a list of his favorite movies, screenplays and directors of 2011. See how it stacks up to yours.
While promoting Red State in Montreal, Kevin Smith revealed that his final film, the hockey-themed Hit Somebody, will have to be split into two parts.
The undisputed king of the convention Kevin Smith appeared before a capacity crowd in Hall H at Comic-Con International to discuss podcasting, Red State and what could be his final film, Hit Somebody.
Director Kevin Smith has provided Spinoff Online with the first exclusive look at the newest poster from Red State, his independent horror film that hits theaters this March.
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The Clerks and Mallrats director explains why he had to make Cop Out in order to make Red State: “There were things I needed to learn, and I learned them.”
Following critical remarks made earlier this year towards the current climate of film journalism, the Red State director has announced that he won’t be doing press of any kind for his upcoming horror film, except for interviews conducted solely by himself.
Kevin Smith has released a teaser for his first horror movie Red State, which centers on fundamentalism taken to the extreme. The movie, which stars Michael Angarano, Kerry Bishe, Nicholas Braun, Kyle Gallner, John Goodman, Melissa Leo, Michael Parks, Kevin Pollak and Stephen Root, premieres next month at Sundance.
Director Kevin Smith talks to Spinoff Online about the upcoming release of Red State, and taking audiences behind the scenes of his independently financed thriller.