Monday, January 21, 2008


A couple of chaps with names after my own heart (Max Rebo and Droopy McCool) managed to catch a number of Sundance movies and saw fit to include Killer At Large in their reviews.

It was good times.

Check it out here.

Here's an excerpt:

What's even more interesting about this film, too, is that it's really hard to peg. There is no narrator and none of the filmmakers are in it. It's the kind of journalistic kind of infotainment that's been lost to time in recent years.

This is definitely one to watch out for.

(On a sidenote, a Sundance update from tonight: Steve, Patrick and I went to the Kimball Art Center and saw a really cool, small, intimate performance by Michel Gondry and Mos Def and then Patti Smith. No doubt, Steve will post pictures and possibly even video. Mos Def and Gondry were great, they did a set of really great old-timey jazz from Be Kind Rewind.)

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