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Cold in July (film) - Wikipedia Cold in July is a 2014 American independent crime drama film directed by Jim Mickle, written by Mickle and Nick Damici, and starring Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard and ...

Cold in July (film) - Wikipedia Cold in July is a 2014 American independent crime drama film directed by Jim Mickle written by Mickle and Nick Damici and starring Michael C Cold Front Hall Sam Shepard and Don Johnson 56 The film takes place in 1980s Texas and is based on the novel of the same name by author Joe R Lansdale Hall plays a man who kills a burglar whose father Shepard subsequently seeks revenge The plot is further complicated when a private investigator Johnson shows up The project had a long gestation and production did not begin until seven years after Mickle read the novel Mickle and Damici had previously written about feminist themes in We Are What We Are 2013 and wanted to cover more masculine themes Filming took place over 25 days in the Hudson Valley area of New York It premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival IFC Films theatrically released the film in North America on May 23 2014 where it grossed 427418 The film is Certified Fresh at Rotten Tomatoes and has an 85 approval rate It was released on DVD on September 30 2014 Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 3 1 Development 3 2 Preproduction 3 3 Filming and postproduction 4 Release 5 Reception 6 References 7 External links Ann Dane startled by the sound of a door window breaking wakes her husband Richard He accidentally shoots the intruder identified as Freddy Russell a wanted felon Richard is shaken by the experience Richard visits the cemetery on the day of Freddys burial where Freddys father Bena paroled convictaccosts Richard in his car making a veiled reference to Richards son Jordan Alarmed Richard picks up Jordan from school and arranges for Ann to meet them at the police station Though Ben follows him to his sons school the police decline Richards request for help However when the Danes arrive home to find their front door broken in the family is put under police protection Police are posted around the house including one guard inside hoping to catch Ben when he returns It turns out that Ben never left and has been hiding in the houses crawlspace since the initial breakin He emerges and knocks out the guard goes into Jordans room and locks the door When Richard is alerted to Bens presence inside the house by the sound of water dripping from the open crawlspace hatch he alerts the observing police and breaks down Jordons bedroom door Ben has already escaped out the window and to a nearby river however and is tracked to Mexicowhere he is apprehended The police invite Richard to the station to close the case and while there Richard notices a wanted poster for Frederick Russell who looks different from the man he shot Richard repeatedly attempts to point out the contradiction to officer Ray Price but Ray dismisses this as a trick of memory due to shock and refuses to discuss the issue Richard sees Ben taken away in an unmarked police car which he follows He sees the police forcibly remove Ben from the car and inject him with an unknown substance splash him with alcohol and leave him on train tracks to die Richard saves Ben from an approaching train Ben at first does not believe Richards claims that the man he shot was not Freddy The two exhume Freddys grave and Ben confirms that the body In the coffin is not his son Ben notes that the mans finger tips have been cut off to prevent identification Ray Price visits Richard at work and claims that Freddy changed his appearance to avoid capture explaining the discrepancy in the wanted poster Richard is visited by Jim Bob Lukea private investigator known by Benwho says the name Fred Russell is tied to several widely circulated news stories about the killing of a burglar Jim theorizes that after Freddy became involved with the Dixie Mafia he was caught by Federal investigators who faked Freddys death and placed him in Witness Protection in exchange for information Jim Richard and Ben learn that Freddy might be living in Houston under the name Frank Miller When they attempt to meet him at his new home they instead find a number of home videos which turn out to be snuff films one of which features Freddy Russell beating a woman to death with a baseball bat Richard wants to take the tape to the police Jim believes the police already know about the videos but are unconcerned because Freddy is far more valuable as an informant against the Dixie Mafia while the victims are illegal immigrants whom few will miss Ben resolves to kill his own son at any cost They track Freddy to a remote mansion where he and his associates are making another snuff film They infiltrate the mansion and begin killing everyone they encounter When Freddy is the last survivor Ben hesitates to kill him and Jim is shot Freddy shoots both Richard and Ben before Ben finally wounds him Ben declares himself as Freddys father shoots his son in the head and dies from his own wounds shortly after Jim and Richard set the mansion ablaze and escape with the hostage The next morning Richard returns home to his family Michael C Hall as Richard Dane Sam Shepard as Ben Russell Don Johnson as Jim Bob Luke Vinessa Shaw as Ann Dane Nick Damici as Ray Price Wyatt Russell as Freddy Russell Lanny Flaherty as Jack Crow Rachel ZeigerHaag as Valerie Brogan Hall as Jordan Dane Productionedit Developmentedit Producers Linda Moran and Rene Bastian had an easier time of funding the film than Mickles earlier work as his reputation had grown Moran said that they worked on raising the money for this film for quite some time in every way we thought possible 7 B Media Global a division of French company Backup Media fully financed Cold in July It is the first film to be fully financed by Backup Media 8 Already a fan of Lansdale Mickle turned to reading through his stack of Lansdale novels for pleasure When he read through Cold in July in just a few hours he excitedly realized that he had not seen these elements in a film before and looked to adapt it 9 Mickle said the film was difficult to pitch due to how it constantly evolves and reinvents itself 10 In order to reassure financiers Mickle described Korean thrillers that had succeeded with similar shifts in tone but he says that he doubts that he convinced anyone 11 Mickle stated that he had difficulty getting the film madeit took seven years from when he first read the novel The first draft of the script a verbatim copy of the novel was 220 pages long from there Mickle and Damici edited the script down to a more manageable size The final script was also the furthest from the novel but they felt it was closest in spirit Lansdale said that he saw all the revisions of the script except for the last and felt respected through the entire process 13 Although the original book was not designed to be filmed Lansdale said films had been a secondary influence on the story and the story certainly fits with film 13 As they adapted the novella they realized that their faithful scripts were much too long which did not do justice to the novellas pacing and length Eventually they were able to edit it down by removing unnecessary dialog that could be replaced through body language Changing the time period was never considered as Mickle considered the themes of masculinity and manhood to come from a previous era that would not work in a more modern setting 9 Shepard also contributed to the script Mickle and Damici had struggled with one particularly difficult scene and debated removing it entirely When Shepard offered to rewrite it Mickle gratefully accepted Shepard returned with a single typewritten page and offered to run it by Damici but Mickle said it was not necessary and accepted it asis 14 Mickle and Damici were drawn to Lansdales crossgenre style as their own films were also crossgenre Although primarily known for their work in horror films Damici and Mickle said that they were more interested in storytelling and making good films and Damici said that they can return to making horror films at any time Mickle used Halls character to ground the film so that audiences would not feel lost as the film crossed genres Mickle wanted to avoid obvious genre categorization and predictability as he felt that genre films needed to be shaken up Buyers had previously encouraged him to recut one of his films so that audiences could easily identify the genre limited to six subgenres in the first ten minutes Mickle said their advice blew his mind 9 Preproductionedit In September 2013 Sam Shepard Don Johnson and Vinessa Shaw joined Michael C Hall who had already been cast 15 Because he played a killer on Dexter Hall said that the script quieted any concerns he had about being typecast Cold in July was filmed after Dexter ended and Hall was drawn to the role based on his desire to play a more normal character Hall called the role therapeutic as it allowed him to move on from playing the iconic serial killer Dexter Morgan 16 The role further appealed to Hall for his characters lack of control over his own life which contrasted strongly with the selfassured and incontrol Dexter 17 Mickle cast Hall after having been a fan of both Six Feet Under and Dexter Although Mickle had concerns that audiences would find Hall difficult to accept as an uncomplicated everyman he believed Hall to be one of the best working actors Hall further impressed Mickle with his offscreen personality which was surprisingly normal and completely unlike his TV characters 9 Once Hall had been cast Mickle said that the rest of the casting fell in place from there 14 Mickle had reached out to Shepard seven years earlier but heard that Shepard was retiring from acting After Hall had been cast however Mickle once again contacted Shepard 18 Shepard expressed interest in the script and Moran suggested casting Don Johnson who had impressed Mickle with his recent film roles 14 When he read the script Johnson said he was taken by how it had different rhythms and tempos and he didnt know what the hell was going to happen by page ten 19 Filming and postproductionedit Mickle was influenced by Road House and the Korean drama Memories of Murder After exploring feminist themes in We Are What We Are Mickle wanted to explore more masculine themes in Cold in July 1 Mickle called Cold in July the other side of the coin to We Are What We Are and a film about being sucked into your own kind of action movie 14 Mickle tried to work in many 1980s themes and references to John Carpenters work from that period 14 After his previous films Mickle had tired of citybased productions and was looking for something less urban 9 Shooting began in Kingston New York on July 29 2013 6 Locations included Esopus Woodstock and other Hudson Valley settings 20 It was shot using a Red Epic camera 7 Lansdale spent two weeks on the set and said he loved it 13 Filming took 25 days which Hall called refreshing compared to his long run on a TV series 21 Johnson based his character on a composite of people he knew He did not read the source novel as he wanted his performance to be based on the screenplay and untainted by echoes from the novel Of Mickle Johnson said that he was quickly impressed with the directors skill and enjoyed working with him 19 Hall finished his run on Dexter a week before filming began on Cold in July 22 Hall did not base his performance on Dexter and he did not consciously think of parallels between Cold in July and Dexter during filming Hall said that Mickle had a welcoming fun vibe and was a great leader and he said that he would enjoy working with Mickle again 23 Longtime collaborator Ryan Samul worked closely with Mickle on the cinematography They planned out the scenes in advance and used 3D graphics to visualize difficult shots 24Cold in July was the first time Mickle worked with an editor instead of performing the job by himself In an interview he said that tight deadlines forced him to delegate the duties to a likeminded collaborator He described it as a weird experience and an experiment 25 Mickle said that he never before had to cut scenes from his films during editing but Cold in July was a constant balance of shifting things removing sub plots and putting them back in different places 11 The score was composed by Jeff Grace Mickle and Grace had collaborated on several films previously and they had earlier planned what kind of score they wanted for Cold in July It was influenced by John Carpenters scores 9 Samuel Zimmerman of Fangoria also describes an influence from Sam Peckinpahs 1980s work 26 Lansdales daughter musician Kasey Lansdale appears on the soundtrack 27 Releaseedit This film made its premiere and competed in the 2014 Sundance Film Festival 2829IFC Films announced that they acquired North American rights to the film in a deal estimated at 2 million30 and they released the theatrical and video on demand through IFC movies on the same day as theatrical release May 23 2014 2 It grossed 40317 on its opening weekend and 427418 total in North America 4Icon Productions released it in the UK31 where it grossed another 682258 32 The film was selected to be screened as part of the Directors Fortnight section of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival 33MPI Home Video released it on home video in the United States on September 30 2014 34 Video sales grossed 525260 in North America 35 Receptionedit Rotten Tomatoes a review aggregator reports that Cold in July received positive reviews from 85 of 102 critics surveyed the average rating was 710 The consensus is Boasting plenty of twists a suitably seedy tone and a memorable supporting turn from Don Johnson Cold in July proves an uncommonly rewarding thriller 36Metacritic rated it 73100 based on 30 reviews 37 David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter wrote Jim Mickle continues to show that hes among the most distinctive genre filmmakers on the indie scene with this cracked but flavorful thriller 38 Kyle Smith of the New York Post called it a midnight movie that is good but not a scorcher 39Film Threats Brian Tallerico rated it 3 55 stars and wrote Any issues with the actual narrative fall away when one considers the risktaking here 40 Andrew OHehir of Salon com called it tense gripping gruesome often hilarious brilliantly engineered and highly satisfying 41 At Twitch Film Todd Brown called it a remarkable bit of work from one of the brightest lights on the American indie scene 42 Rodrigo Perez of Indiewire wrote that the film is initially irritating and contrived but it becomes far better than it has any right to be and perhaps more significantly is unusually absorbing and memorable 43 Scott Foundas of Variety described it as a modest unpretentious exercise in oldfashioned thrills and chills made with a level of care and craft that elevates it well about the fray 44Stephen Holden of The New York Times called it a pulpy neonoir film that goes gleefully haywire 45 Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times wrote Tense and violent it grabs you from the first moments and rarely loosens its hold until the last body drops 46 Writing in Slant Magazine Ed Gonzalez rated it 2 54 stars and called it a compulsively watchable film that eventually falls into a rabbit hole of tiresome plot machinations 47 A A Dowd of The A V Club rated it B– and wrote that it thrillingly shuffles genres before settling on a dumb one 48 Although he criticized the frequent shifts in tone Mark Kermode of The Guardian rated it 35 stars and praised the films attention to detail 49 Noel Murray of The Dissolve rated it 3 55 stars and wrote that though the film is unpredictable it has little new to say 50 Referencesedit a b Patches Matt January 7 2014 Sundance Preview Michael C Hall Don Johnson and Sam Shepard Form a Triangle of Violence in Cold in July The Hollywood Reporter Retrieved January 20 2014   a b Gingold Michael March 14 2014 Release News It’s Gonna Get Cold In July in May Fangoria Retrieved March 15 2014   COLD IN JULY 15 British Board of Film Classification May 29 2014 Retrieved May 29 2014   a b Cold in July Box Office Mojo Retrieved July 7 2015   Hopewell John September 3 2013 Shepard Johnson Shaw Join Cold in July Exclusive Variety Retrieved October 24 2013   a b Nani James July 30 2013 Dexter Star Films in Kingston TimesHerald Record Retrieved January 20 2014   a b Lurie Danielle January 21 2014 Interview with Cold in July Producer Linda Moran Filmmaker Retrieved January 23 2014   Hopewell John May 19 2013 B Media Global Backs Up Jim Mickles ‘Cold’ in First for Fund Exclusive Variety Retrieved January 23 2014   a b c d e f Tellerico Brian January 21 2014 Exclusive Interview Jim Mickles Cold in July Shakes Up Sundance Competition Cold Front Fearnet Retrieved January 23 2014   Debruge Peter May 16 2014 Cannes Q&A Cold in July Director Jim Mickle Variety Retrieved May 31 2014   a b Prokopy Steve May 28 2014 Capone Talks Shifting Tones and 80s Mullets With Cold In July director Jim Mickle Aint It Cool News Retrieved May 31 2014   a b c Buxton Marc January 16 2014 Cold in July Author Joe R Lansdale Talks About The Movie Adaptation Den of Geek Retrieved 12 May 2014   a b c d e Dunaway Michael January 18 2014 Sundance Preview Director Jeff Mickle on Cold in July Paste Retrieved February 3 2014   Hopewell John September 3 2013 Shepard Johnson Shaw Join Cold in July Exclusive Variety Retrieved February 3 2014   La Rosa Erin January 20 2014 Michael C Hall Moves on From Dexter with A New Killer Role Buzzfeed Retrieved February 3 2014   Pearlman Cindy March 28 2014 Michael C Hall is Feeling the Cold Chicago SunTimes Retrieved May 31 2014   Shattuck Kathryn May 16 2014 Reaching Gingerly for His Inner Killer The New York Times Retrieved May 24 2014   a b Harris Will May 30 2014 Don Johnson on Cold In July Dennis Hopper and Auditioning for Miami Vice The A V Club Retrieved May 31 2014   Barry John W January 7 2014 Film Shot in the Hudson Valley to Debut at Sundance Poughkeepsie Journal Retrieved January 20 2014   OFalt Chris May 23 2014 Michael C Hall Talks Moving On From Dexter With Cold In Julys Different Kind of Killer Q&A The Hollywood Reporter Retrieved May 31 2014   Collins Clark September 27 2013 Dexters Hall Snags Another Killer Role Entertainment Weekly Retrieved May 31 2014   Lattanzio Ryan May 20 2014 How Did Michael C Hall Go From Evil Dexter to IllFated Everyman in Mickles Cold in July Indiewire Retrieved May 31 2014   OConnell Max January 24 2014 How I Shot That Shooting an Action Sequence in Two Days for Sundance Noir Cold In July Indiewire Retrieved January 24 2014   Foutch Haleigh Jim Mickle Talks We Are What We Are Adapting a Foreign Film His Collaborative Process with Nick Damici Cold In July and more Collider com Retrieved January 23 2014   Zimmerman Samuel January 19 2014 Notes on Cold In July and The Guest at Sundance Fangoria Retrieved January 23 2014   Murray Noel May 20 2014 Soundtracking The Cold In July Score is an Unsettling Homage to John Carpenter The Dissolve Retrieved July 7 2015   Chang Justin December 4 2013 Cold in July and Sundance Variety Retrieved December 5 2013   Bumbray Chris January 20 2014 Sundance Film Review JoBlo com Retrieved January 22 2014   Fleming Mike January 22 2014 Sundance IFC Acquiring Jim MickleDirected Cold In July Deadline Hollywood Retrieved January 23 2014   Kemp Stuart February 2 2014 Icon Film Distribution Returns to U K Buying Arena The Hollywood Reporter Retrieved July 7 2015   Cold in July international gross Box Office Mojo Retrieved July 7 2015   Cannes Directors Fortnight 2014 lineup unveiled Screen Daily April 22 2014 Retrieved January 4 2015   Spring Mike September 29 2014 What’s New and Noteworthy on DVD & Bluray – September 30 2014 Albany Times Union Retrieved January 4 2015   Cold in July 2014 The Numbers Retrieved January 21 2016   Cold in July 2014 Rotten Tomatoes Retrieved August 21 2014   Cold in July Metacritic Retrieved August 21 2014   Rooney David January 19 2014 Cold in July Sundance Review The Hollywood Reporter Retrieved January 20 2014   Smith Kyle January 19 2014 Cold in July Good but Not a Scorcher New York Post Retrieved January 20 2014   Talerico Brian January 19 2014 Cold in July Film Threat Archived from the original on January 21 2014 Retrieved January 20 2014   OHehir Andrew January 22 2014 Cold in July Michael C Halls unforgettable Texas thriller Salon com Retrieved January 23 2014   Brown Todd January 21 2014 Sundance 2014 Review Cold In July Is Dank And Sweaty And Fabulous Twitch Film Retrieved January 23 2014   Perez Rodrigo January 21 2014 Sundance Review Absorbing And Memorable Noir Cold In July Starring Michael C Hall Sam Shepard & Don Johnson Indiewire Retrieved January 23 2014   Foundas Scott January 23 2014 Review Cold in July Variety Retrieved January 23 2014   Holden Stephen May 22 2014 Monsters the Human Kind Slithering Through East Texas The New York Times Retrieved May 24 2014   Sharkey Betsy May 22 2014 Review Cold in July turns up the pulp fiction heat with Texas tale Los Angeles Times Retrieved May 24 2014   Gonzalez Ed May 18 2014 Cold in July Slant Magazine Retrieved December 13 2014   Dowd A A May 22 2014 Cold in July The A V Club Retrieved December 13 2014   Kermode Mark June 29 2014 Cold in July Review – An Everyday 80s Tale of Guns n Poses The Guardian Retrieved July 7 2015   Murray Noel May 20 2014 Cold in July The Dissolve Retrieved July 7 2015   External linksedit Cold in July on IMDb Cold in July at Rotten Tomatoes Cold in July at Metacritic