Nearly seven years after debut at the Toronto Film Festival, director Jonathan Levine’s 2006 horror flick “All the Boys Love Mandy Lane” is finally headed to the United States. I caught this enjoyable little flick shortly after I first started writing oh-so many years ago. To be perfectly honest, I thought this thing had already come and gone. Shows what I know.
Although most people have probably already downloaded or borrowed a downloaded copy of the film at this stage in the proverbial game, The Weinstein Company intends to release the film into theaters later this year. This is definitely a good thing for horror fans who have been waiting for years to see a legitimate copy of this acclaimed slasher.
Jonathan Levine said of the film’s Stateside release:
I am thrilled that MANDY LANE has been rescued and is back where it belongs with Harvey and Bob. Hard to believe it’s been seven years, but then again I’ve always perceived myself as a misunderstood artist who was light years ahead of his time, so I am thrilled the world has finally caught up. Seriously, I am incredibly proud of the film and of the hard work that my cast and collaborators put into it, and I am so happy the world will finally get a chance to see it..
Although TWC hasn’t hammered out an exact release date just yet, anxious fans can expect to catch “All the Boys Love Mandy Lane” in theaters towards the end of the summer. The film stars Amber Heard, Anson Mount, Whitney Able, Michael Welch, Edwin Hodge, and Luke Grimes. You can find a five-year-old trailer for the flick below.