Black and death metal is, as we all know, evil music. Corpse paint, five inch spikes, upside down crosses. Hail Satan, et cetera. A perfectly provocative way for outcast kids to thrust their feelings and aggressions against the mundanity of suburbia. Unless, that is, they happen upon The Black Hymn, a musical incantation summoning The Blind One and transforming the neighborhood vanilla population into blood spewing demons. First time feature director Jason Lei Howden, who calls... Read More