Sundance 2011: The Oregonian
January 27, 2011
The Aobe Airstream podcast is back again today with David DArcy at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. This time, we talks about The Oregonian by Calvin Lee Reeder. And if you couldnt guess by the image above, The Oregonian is a horror film. Much different than the podcast from yesterday featuring Project Nim.
The official The Oregonian synopsis:
There is a place. A place where the skies are wide and the forests are thick””and strange. You can lose yourself forever in these woods. Youll meet truckers with problems and old women with strange powers. You may even make a furry friend. Just be sure to stay quiet. Spend some time with a woman from Oregon who is lost on the road and running away from her past. Now she has a chance to experience everything the grotesque Northwest has to offer, whether she likes it or not.
If you know Calvin Lee Reeders short films Little Farm and The Rambler, you know you are in for some thick atmosphere in The Oregonian. Reeder is a king of ambiance, using color and sound to creep you out as much as the sinister characters do. The moody, tense vibes will make you laugh, too. Come in, sit down, and get lost.