Extras Revealed For Scream Factory’s Definitive LARRY FESSENDEN COLLECTION; Celebrate 30 Years of Glass Eye Pix!


Larry Fessenden is a maverick of independent genre cinema. For thirty years, Fessenden has helped establish new voices in horror cinema, and cemented his place as a formidable force of his own with a strong range of films. 2015 aims to be the year of Glass Eye Pix thanks to a Blu-ray release from our favorite freaky folks over at Scream Factory, and a series of screenings with the man himself in LA & NY to celebrate three decades of fierce, auteur-driven filmmaking!

Check out the extras for Scream’s definitive release of THE LARRY FESSENDEN COLLECTION, hitting Blu-ray October 20th (PRE-ORDER HERE, first 300 copies are signed & ships two weeks early!), as well as the press release for the retrospective screenings! Long Live Fessenden!

“Larry Fessenden is one of the most original voices to emerge in the horror field…” – Guillermo Del Toro

Four tales of terror from multi-talented filmmaker Larry Fessenden – he’s a writer, a producer, a director and an actor. In this box set, he brings together four of his films, in HD for the first time, along with both brand-new and vintage bonus features including short films and music videos.

Includes 24-Page Booklet With Liner Notes By Fangoria’s Michael Gingold And Never-Before-Seen Photos, Storyboards, And Sketches.


  • NEW Director-Approved HD Transfer
  • NEW Audio Commentary With Writer/Director/Executive Producer Larry Fessenden
  • The Making Of No Telling (1991)
  • Archival Footage (1990)
  • Short Film White Trash (1979) With New Music By Composer Will Bates
  • Glass Eye Pix Sizzle Reel (1985-1990)


  • NEW Director-Approved HD Transfer
  • NEW Audio Commentary With Actor/Director/Writer/Editor Larry Fessenden
  • The Making Of Habit (1995)
  • Short Film Habit (1981)
  • The Making Of Short Film Habit (1981)
  • Save You From Yourself Music Video
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Short Film N Is For Nexus From Magnet Releasing’s The ABCs Of Death 2
  • The Making Of N Is For Nexus
  • Frankenstein Cannot Be Stopped Music Video


  • NEW Director-Approved HD Transfer
  • NEW Audio Commentary With Writer/Director/Editor Larry Fessenden
  • NEW Audio Commentary With Actors Patricia Clarkson, Jake Weber And John Speredakos
  • Searching For The Wendigo – Behind The Scenes Featurette (2001)
  • Interview With Larry Fessenden (2001)
  • Wendigo: Animated Series Trailer
  • Short Film Santa Claws (2008)
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Glass Eye Pix Sizzle Reel (2010)


  • Director-Approved HD Transfer
  • Audio Commentary With Co-writer/Director/Producer/Editor Larry Fessenden
  • The Making of “The Last Winter” – Full-length Documentary Featuring Deleted Scenes
  • Archival Footage (2005)
  • Short Film Jebediah
  • Short Film Origins
  • Short Film Mister
  • Tired Of Killing Myself Music Video
  • NEW 2015 Interview With Larry Fessenden
  • Glass Eye Pix Sizzle Reel (2014)


This October, Revel at 30 Terrifying Years Inside Larry Fessenden’s World of Horror!

“Fessenden is a talent to watch. That he is able to see himself with such objectivity is almost frightening.”
– Roger Ebert

“Fessenden may be producing the best brains-before-blood horror in North America today”
– The Village Voice

On the delirious, dangerous streets of old New York, as young upstarts with names like Buscemi and Jarmusch rose to prominence, art-horror auteur Larry Fessenden birthed one of Gotham’s darkest icons of sovereign cinema. Called “one of the indie scene’s most productive and longest-running companies” by Filmmaker Magazine, Glass Eye Pix has been operated by Fessenden (THE LAST WINTER, WENDIGO, HABIT, NBC’s Fear Itself) since 1985, with the mission of supporting individual voices in the arts.

In addition to countless shorts, three seasons of radio dramas, and one of 2015’s most acclaimed, best selling video games, Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix has been involved with over fifty critically acclaimed films in and out of the horror genre, including WENDY AND LUCY (Kelly Reichardt), STAKE LAND (Jim Mickle), THE COMEDY (Rick Alverson), THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL (Ti West), BIRTH OF THE LIVING DEAD (Rob Kuhns) LATE PHASES (Adrián García Bogliano), SATAN HATES YOU (James Felix McKenney), LIBERTY KID (Ilya Chaiken), and the forthcoming DARLING (Mickey Keating).

Founder Larry Fessenden, who still oversees operations at Glass Eye, began his career acting and shooting super 8mm shorts, eventually moving on to long format videos, such as his 144-minute caper flick EXPERIENCED MOVERS (1985), the first film to bear the Glass Eye Pix moniker.

1991 saw the production of Fessenden’s first original feature, NO TELLING and, in 1994, Glass Eye birthed what many consider the seminal NYC vampire film, HABIT. Fessenden’s subsequent award-winning films WENDIGO and THE LAST WINTER inspired The New York Times to opine, “Fessenden approaches the themes and thrills of the classic American horror movies
through a determinedly modern approach, as if John Cassavetes had been working for Universal in the early 30’s.”

Since the inception of Glass Eye Pix, Fessenden and co. have run a trans-media operation on a budget, producing movies, documentaries, performance art, comic books, audio dramas, soundtracks, trading cards, action figures, and a dedicated web presence since 1993. The recent success of the Sony PS4 video game UNTIL DAWN, written by Fessenden and longtime Glass Eye collaborator Graham Reznick, indicates that the Glass Eye’s aesthetic of authenticity mixed with genre can inspire new generations of fright fans across all mediums.

To mark thirty years of fierce independence, Glass Eye Pix is celebrating with a series of special screenings and events this Autumn. On October 4th, Larry will appear at SpectreFest in Los Angeles for a special screening of HABIT, followed by a conversation, and from October 8 – 11, Fessenden will appear at New York ComicCon alongside numerous Glass Eye directors, collaborators, and friends. October 20th sees Shout! Factory’s heavily-touted Blu-ray release of “The Larry Fessenden Collection”, containing four of the director’s most acclaimed works remastered in high-definition.

Additional events will be announced in October, including a retrospective at New York’s IFC Center, screenings in New York and L.A., and a special showing of EXPERIENCED MOVERS in the same East Village bar where it was shot 30 years ago.

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