BEYOND THE NIGHT, Penetrating Grief With Unknown Power
January 10, 2019
A single clenched fist may not be noticeable to anyone else, but it can definitely raise an individual's pulse rate. Watching Beyond the Night is an equivalent experience: as the pace of the film slowly, yet inevitably increases, a quiet sense of dread builds.
Beyond The Night: Film Review
January 14, 2019
Marine Ray Marrow (Zane Holtz) has returned home after serving in Syria, after his wife is killed in a car accident. Meanwhile, 5-year-old son Lawrence Marrow (Azhy Robertson), who survived the accident, develops post-traumatic stress disorder, which begins to manifest in strange ways, including what appears to be a supernatural knowledge of the disappearance of a local gangster's missing daughter. When this information reaches the ears of the local gangster, Bernie Coleman (Chance Kelly), a dark cloud of suspicion falls on this small coal mining town, as Coleman wants answers and revenge, putting the safety of Ray, Lawrence, their family, and others, all at risk, not just from the gangster, but from whoever was involved with the disappearance of Coleman’s girl, and innocent Lawrence is caught right in the middle of it all.
'Beyond the Night': Film Review
January 09, 2019
Red state America provides the evocatively gloomy backdrop for Jason Noto's intriguing supernatural thriller. Revolving around a little boy who has inexplicable knowledge about a town he has never seen and a missing teenage girl he never knew, Beyond the Night boasts tense atmosphere to spare.
April 15, 2016
On “Aquarius,” versatile actor Chance Kelly looks a bit different from his buzz-cut roles in “Generation Kill” and, most recently, in “American Sniper” opposite Bradley Cooper. In Kelly’s newest screen incarnation, he plays LAPD cop Ed Cutler, Sam Hodiak’s (David Duchovny) ex-partner on NBC’s 1967-era drama (Thursday at 9 p.m. on NBC).
April 01, 2015
The Westchester-based actor has been in hits like American Sniper and Fringe, but still finds time to be an active part of the county community. Chance Kelly has never played a superhero, but—casting directors take note—he probably should. The actor and father of three has accomplished more in his fortysomething years than many people do in a lifetime.
November 16, 2014
New Rochelle's Chance Kelly has had a remarkable career for someone who only took to acting on a bet. "Me and my group of buddies were sitting around playing poker," Kelly recalls. "We started drinking and (joking) about 'Oh I'm going to do this' or 'I'm going to do that' or 'I'm going to be an actor.' And my friend said, 'I bet you won't go take an acting class.'"
Actor Spotlight: Interview with Chance Kelly
With over 60 film and TV credits, these days, it's not uncommon when Chance Kelly, typically cast as a character man, shows up on certain sets, he has more credits than many of the lead actors. His work includes Broken City (2013), American Gangster (2007), The Departed(2006) Unbreakable (2000), The Devil's Own (1997), Showtime's Homeland, HBO'sToo Big To Fail (2011), HBO's Generation Kill (2008), ABC's Fringe and several of the NBC Law & Order spinoffs. He's a versatile actor who has been working in the industry for over twenty years.