Philip Gelatt, director of They Remain (a film version of Laird Barron’s story “–30–“) is interviewed at diaboliquemagazine.com by Joseph E. Dwyer. They Remain is a wonderful work of atmospheric horror and accumulating dread, which I think everyone reading this blog will enjoy.
The interview is definitely worth a look, full of information about the film and its upcoming video release. Better still, along the way, Gelatt and Dwyer discuss other writers of weird fiction they’d like to see adapted to film. Thanks for the mention, gentlemen! Here’s the link:
I’ll be picking up a Blu-ray copy of They Remain as soon as it’s available. I was lucky enough to see a preview of the film at H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Portland last October, and thought it was amazingly creepy and atmospheric.