Dark Country

Oct. 25, 2012 | 3:52 p.m.

Thomas Jane’s ‘Dark Country’ gets 3-D screening, graphic novel

Thomas Jane, the star of “The Punisher,” “Hung” and “The Mist,” is bringing his 2009 horror film “Dark Country” to the Downtown Independent in Los Angeles on Sunday as part of a desert noir 3-D double feature and Q&A. A cult darling, “Dark Country,” about a newlywed couple on a desert drive who find a badly injured man, is based on a short story by Tab Murphy, the screenwriter behind Disney’s “Tarzan” and “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” Sunday’s screening (alongside 1953’s “Inferno”) comes on the heels of the publication of a graphic novel adaptation of “Dark Country,” written by Murphy and illustrated by Zürich-born cartoonist Thomas Ott. The graphic novel, on sale in comic book stores and on Comixology, also includes behind-the-scenes material by Tim Bradstreet, who consulted on the film and co-founded Raw Studios with Jane. Hero Complex […]
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