About Utah: Rebel filmmaker promises unique kind of teenage horror flick with 'The Mine'
How did it turn out? That's never for the writer/producer/director to say. But the public can chime in starting tonight.
"There are no cheap tricks. You're not going to see anybody eating the arm off some corpse," Chamberlain says.
Something else he promises is that you won't see any preaching — at least not that you'll notice.
"There is a thematic moral tone," he confesses, but it's not overt. "Tell kids what to do?! Tell them what to believe in?! I've learned... I have daughters.
"My challenge is to be as crafty and clever as the adversary is in pushing his agenda."
Oh, and one other thing:
"Do not leave early," cautions the rebel with a cause. "You'll miss all the fun."
Lee Benson's About Utah column runs Monday and Friday. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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