Becky, the new indie thriller from directors Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott (Bushwick, Cooties), earned lots of attention for casting the frequently goofy Kevin James (Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Kevin Can Wait) as a straight-faced, menacing neo-Nazi villain who’s willing to murder a child to get what he wants. But that’s not the only compelling aspect of this film: the score, from composer Nima Fakhrara (Detroit: Become Human, Crypto), uses several unconventional instruments, including children’s toys, to bring its music to life.
/Film is debuting an exclusive behind the scenes featurette about the movie’s score, in which Fakhrara takes viewers on a tour of his home recording studio and shows off his methods for creating the movie’s aural soundscape. Check it out below. Read More »
Under normal circumstances, a movie passing $1 million at the box office isn’t anything to write home about. Even some of the worst movies ever have made a ton of money – Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 made over $108 million worldwide. But today, $1 million is worth celebrating because IFC’s indie horror movie The Wretched was able to pass that milestone, thanks to its release in drive-in movie theaters across the country. Read More »
If you only know Kevin James from shows like The King of Queens or movies like Paul Blart: Mall Cop or Pixels, you’re about to see him like you’ve never seen him before: as a ruthless killer. And Becky, the upcoming film in which he plays the villain, isn’t a spoof or played for laughs – it’s all done with a straight face. Check out a new red band trailer and a clip from the movie below. Read More »
Adam Sandler has tried his hand at getting serious in more than one movie, so it makes sense for his pal and occasional co-star Kevin James to give it a try, too. The former King of Queens gets scary in Becky, a new home invasion thriller that requires James to play the heavy. And you know what? It looks like he’s doing a pretty darn good job. Watch the Becky trailer below.
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The upcoming action thriller Becky had our attention because Simon Pegg was cast to play the film’s villain, a merciless escaped convict who invades a family’s lake house while they’re on a weekend getaway. Unfortunately, that movie has lost Simon Pegg, but they’ve replaced with another intriguingly unlikely actor in the role: the King of Queens himself, Kevin James. Read More »