31 DAYS OF HORROR #27: Jeremiah Kipp on CANDYMAN (1992)

Jeremiah Kipp – writer / director of recent festival hit Slapface – talks urban legends, liminal creatures and the art that lasts forever… “I am rumor. It is a blessed condition, believe me. To be whispered about at street corners. To live in other people’s dreams, but not to have to be. Do you understand?”Continue reading “31 DAYS OF HORROR #27: Jeremiah Kipp on CANDYMAN (1992)”

REVIEW: Slapface (2021)

dir. Jeremiah Kipp There is a strange, intriguing tone to Jeremiah Kipp’s Slapface – a whimsical, coming-of-age fairy tale engulfed by a heavy sheen of grief – that makes the viewer lean in close and continuously question what is real and what is imagined. An adaptation of Kipp’s 2017 short film of the same name,Continue reading “REVIEW: Slapface (2021)”