Funny man writer/director Kevin Smith has been quite open about the financing issues for Red State, his long-gestured horror film that would return him to his indie roots. Today a new interview was posted on MTV where he goes into detail for the first time about the struggle to find money, and why it has to be low budget. You can watch the video beyond the break. Red State is a horror film in which a group of misfits encounter fundamentalism gone to the extreme in Middle America.
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