With more than fifty directing credits, multiple feature films including the recently released Arbor Demon and the intense, cult storm thriller Nailbiter, filmmaker Patrick Rea’s range of storytelling runs from very intense to darkly dramatic to silly fun but always personal. A complete filmmaker, he is craving an island out in the vast ocean of content and filmmakers. Rea continues to redefine what tension and fear and how they affect our reality, choices and actions. In one of his latest short films Justice Served, we witness the confession of a man on trial for crimes he may have committed. Powerful, honest and intense, Rea weaves horror into the judicial system that makes us ponder the intent of those who live in the shadows and the motives of those who roam in the light. Rea took some time out to speak with Jay Kay about this short form film which is touring film festivals and receiving acclaim.
http://www.horrornewsnetwork.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/HNN-logo.jpg 0 0 Jay Kay http://www.horrornewsnetwork.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/HNN-logo.jpg Jay Kay2017-09-24 21:05:222017-09-24 21:14:54'Justice Served' Interview with Patrick Rea