One of the big names in indie horror is definitely Lucky McKee. After his breakout 2002 film May, McKee made a name for himself in the genre, directing the “Sick Girl” episode of the hit series Masters of Horror, produced Chris Sivertson’s acclaimed The Lost, and teamed with the director on a remake of their 2001 film All Cheerleaders Die. This Friday, his latest, the psychological thriller Old Man, starring Stephen Lang and The Lost star Marc Senter will be released in theaters, VOD, and Digital from RLJE Films.

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