Darling Trailer (2016)

Trailer for Darling.

Darling follows a lonely young woman who moves into an old, mysterious Manhattan mansion. Hired as caretaker, it's not long before she discovers the estate's haunted reputation and troubling past—stories that slowly transform into a backdrop for her twisted and violent descent into madness... Mickey Keating’s new feature is a chilling black‐and‐white psychological horror story beautifully shot in New York City. Edited like a nightmare and scored like a hallucination, Darling stars Lauren Ashley Carter (Pod, Jug Face) with supporting performances by Brian Morvant, Sean Young, Larry Fessenden, John Speredakos, and Helen Rogers. Produced by Fessenden and Jenn Wexler for Glass Eye Pix and Sean Fowler for Alexander Groupe; Keating and Carter are also producers.

Mickey Keating is quickly solidifying his position as a great indie horror film Director. He now has 5 films under his belt:

Carnage Park (2016)
Darling (2016)
Pod (2015)
Ritual (2013)
Ultra Violence (2011)

Carnage Park is also now making its rounds on the festival circuit which recently announced it will premiere at the SXSW Film Festival after a great debut at Sundance where it was picked up by Content Media.

Mickey Keating is quickly solidifying his position as a great indie horror film Director.

Darling 2016 Trailer Screencap

Mickey's latest indie horror film Darling (not to be confused with another black and white film released back in 1965) is hot off rave reviews at Fantastic Fest and picked up by Screen Media Films for distribution.

1 min 43 sec


Posted On
February 12, 2016
Mickey Keating

Mickey Keating

Screen Media Films

April 1, 2016
Sean Young
Lauren Ashley Carter
Brian Morvant
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