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Cory talks about releasing Crazy and Thief for free with Indie Wire.
Director Cory McAbee Is Giving Away 'Crazy and Thief,' One of Our 10 Best Undistributed Films of 2012, for Free
Back in 2005 Cory was in an independent film called Charlie The Ox. It's not widely available and many of you have probably never seen it. I hadn't.
But thanks to the Internet and a clever 'Netflix for indy film' called Fandor, now you can.
Charlie The Ox is available to watch now at Fandor.com
If you're not a member, you can sign up for a 30 day trial. (Trust me, the movie is much better than the preview there.)
Cory has created a Tumblr for Crazy & Thief with clips, pics and songs. There's behind-the-scenes pics and more. According to Cory, "Soon I will post the film there in its entirety for free. You can be the first to mention that, if you would like."
I would and I did. :) You heard it here first! Unless you didn't. Either way, have a squiz at http://crazyandthief.tumblr.com and check back later for more updates!
UPDATE: Crazy & Thief is available to watch now at http://crazyandthief.tumblr.com
The interview includes information about Cory's next film, "The Embalmer's Tale".
""The Embalmer's Tale" follows the man who preserved Abraham Lincoln's corpse when it was shown around the country immediately after his assassination. It will be directed, and scripted by McAbee, and feature music he composed, too."
"RABBIT is a graphic novel that tells the story of a small rabbit working as a bar-bouncer in a city of carnivores. Rabbit was very young when he witnessed the brutal killing of his brother. That was the day that he left the fields and moved into the City Of Animals where he became a dancer, a gigolo, and a bouncer in bars. Follow Rabbit as he plows through years of failed friendships, alcoholism, embezzlement, poverty, hypocrisy, promiscuity, violence, supernatural misunderstandings and physical decay."