Jim Mickle is becoming a genre icon, having directed Mulberry Street, Stake Land and We Are What We Are.
His latest offering just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and was quickly snatched up by IFC Midnight.
“Hall plays a small town Texas man who kills a home intruder and finds his life unraveling into a dark underworld of corruption and violence when the dead man’s father insists on eye for an eye justice.”
The film premiered last Saturday in the Library Theater, in the U.S. Dramatic Competition.