Sean Brosnan’s Eagerly Anticipated Directorial Debut, “My Father Die” Opens Theatrically Tomorrow


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. “

“…this is a bold and talented debut, all the more impressive for transcending (while embracing) some shameless exploitation tropes. Performances are well tuned, with much of the pic’s effectiveness owing to the genuine warmth in scenes between Anderson, Candace Smith’s grown-up Nana and Jonathan Billions as her playful young son.”

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

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