RED STATE includes Q&A with Kevin Smith via Live Webcast
Horror | Thriller
Set in Middle America, a group of teens receive an online invitation for sex, though they soon encounter fundamentalists with a much more sinister agenda.
Rated R for strong violence/disturbing content, some sexual content including brief nudity, and language. 1 hr. 28 min.
Since rocking the indie film world at Sundance with an instantly legendary rant disguised as a distribution rights auction, Kevin Smith has been on a mission to do things differently with the release of his newest work and entree to the horror genre, RED STATE. A 15-city tour followed, with Smith on hand for one-night, premium-priced but packed houses. Meanwhile the rest of Smith's rabid fanbase and even average movie-goers were left to wonder if they'd ever get see the film on the big-screen themselves. That wait is over... for cities with an Emerging Cinema.
Screening will include a Q&A with Kevin Smith himself via live webcast taking questions from the audience via Twitter. We're not exactly sure yet if Kevin will be joining you from his living room sofa or from a theater stage somewhere, but we do know he'll be live and loquacious as usual. And probably wearing a hockey jersey.