Let’s say you’re a genre movie fan. Crime, sci-fi, horror…you’re into it.
Let us also say it is Christmas time. You aren’t in the mood for the noir-tinged “It’s a Wonderful Life” because you have pretty much memorized it at this point. Nor are you down with, say, “Silent Night, Deadly Night” because murdery Santa is just not the most relaxing image with which to end the emotional trash fire that was 2016. But you still want something with an edge and have also seen “Lethal Weapon” all of the times one possibly can.
In other Egerton news, his novel “Hollow” is being published by Soft Skull Press. “It comes out this summer, so I’m in the last push on revisions,” he said Tuesday. “This book has demanded more of my heart than anything I’ve written.”
A film he wrote, “Axe Murders of Villisca” has been picked up by IFC. “I’ve also being tip toeing into TV,” Egerton added, “I have a few projects in the works I’m very excited about but for now the particulars are hush hush.”