Two children awaken in the middle of the night to find their father is missing, and all of the windows and doors in their home have vanished. Kyle Edward Ball’s debut feature has the internet buzzing, being hailed as a generation-defining horror film and resulting in sold-out shows and passionately polarizing reviews from critics and audiences alike. Filmed in Ball’s actual childhood home in Edmonton, Canada, Skinamarink captures a nightmare like never before.
Learn more about how this low-budget horror flick quickly became a viral sensation with Variety and Rolling Stone‘s behind-the-scenes looks at the film. You can also check out several interviews with writer/director Kyle Edward Ball from RogerEbert.com, Fangoria, Inverse, and Dread Central. Then be sure to come to IU Cinema on February 8 for an experience you won’t soon forget!
“Skinamarink takes viewers on a dark, disturbing journey to the edge of oblivion.” — Los Angeles Times
Skinamarink will be screened at IU Cinema on February 8 at 7 pm as part of the International Art House Series.