After killing her abusive cop husband, Mike (Michael Paré), Marnie (Famke Janssen) returns to New York to serve the remainder of her manslaughter sentence under house arrest. But Mike’s vengeful ghost isn’t done taunting her in this gripping supernatural thriller. Meanwhile, Mike’s ex-partner (Bobby Cannavale) keeps close tabs on Marnie, who must wear an ankle bracelet that doesn’t allow her to escape — let alone move past a 100-foot radius.
Writer/director Eric Red was born as Eric Joseph Durdaller on February 16, 1961 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and was raised in Manhattan. He specializes in hard, edgy pictures that have tough, no-nonsense tones and frequently address the darker aspects of human nature. Red attended the AFI Conservatory, which he graduated from in 1983. Eric was forced to work as a cab driver in New York City for a year after he went broke getting national distribution for his short movie “Gunmen’s Blues.” The tide of good fortunate turned Red’s way when his brutal and challenging script for “The Hitcher” was turned into a terrific and terrifying film which has deservedly become a cult favorite. (The story for “The Hitcher” was inspired by an actual incident in which Eric picked up a creepy hitchhiker while driving cross country to Texas.) Next up was the beautifully chilling and stylish vampire doozy “Near Dark.” Eric subsequently collaborated again with “Near Dark” director Kathryn Bigelow on the exciting… read more