January 19, 2016 — Southern Gothic just got a little more extreme.
Variety said of My Father Die, “Sean Brosnan‘s accomplished feature debut is a primal bayou-country revenge tale bordering on horror.
The swamp-thing progeny of Beasts of the Southern Wild and The Night of the Hunter (with a little Cape Fear thrown in), “My Father Die” offers blood-and-thunder Southern-gothic excess both tempered and heightened by vivid directorial texturing. “
The reviews have been glowing:
“An experience you won’t forget in a hurry, My Father Die is a beautiful-looking slice of brutality and wanton destruction that holds itself together … Check it out.” Dread Central