Excitement around the Sundance premiere of Cold In July, director Jim Mickle’s film adaptation of the Joe R. Lansdale novel, is mounting.
- “may spark a frenzy” (Hollywood Reporter)
- “should sell big” (Indie Wire)
- “not to miss” (Female First)
- one “of the most buzzed-about films” (Crushable)
- one of the “Fest films with highest wanna-see from buyers” (Deadline)
Paper included Wyatt Russell, who plays a short but vital role in Cold In July, among their “10 Sundance Faces Destined For Greatness.”
The Boropulse profiles Kasey Lansdale and her musical contributions to the movie.
TV Guide interviews Jim Mickle about Cold In July.
(Michael C. Hall in a scene from Cold in July)
This July in commemoration of the movie’s general release, Tachyon delivers the official movie tie-in edition of the original novel, complete with an introduction by director Jim Mickle and an afterword by Joe R. Lansdale, his ownself.
For more info on the book Cold In July, visit the Tachyon page.