Static, an indie (originally 3D) thriller directed by Todd Levin, has a UK DVD release date of July 15th courtesy of Second Sight Films.
The pic stars Milo Ventimiglia, Sarah Shahi, Sara Paxton, and William Mapother in the story that follows a young couple, played by Ventimiglia and Shahi, on the verge of divorce after losing their child. Their world changes when a young visitor arrives, bringing supernatural implications to the household.
“As a young novelist and his wife are coping with the loss of their child, their lives are turned upside down when a panicked girl appears at their home in the middle of the night with stories of masked intruders stalking her. That night, the stalkers strike, sending the couple on a horrific game of cat and mouse, where they are forced to uncover shocking details from their past that may be the reason for the attack.” Levin wrote the pic with Gabriel Cowan, John Suits, and Andrew Orci.
Follows Franklin D. Roosevelt as a badass werewolf hunter tracking down the like of Adolf Hitler, Mussolini and Hirohito in his customized wheelchair of death. This isn’t the FDR you know, this guy’s got lip, and will punch you in yours.
A new film by Ross Patterson, FDR: American Badass, starring Barry Bostwick and Kevin Sorbo, will be available on DVD and VOD this September 25, 2012 from Screen Media.
FDR: American Badass is a slapstick comedy that has the 32nd President of the United States riding a ‘wheelchair of death’ to stop the world from werewolves who carry the polio virus, including werewolf versions of Hitler, Mussolini, and Emperor Hirohito.
The film, directed by Garrett Brawith and written by Ross Patterson, stars Barry Bostwick, Lin Shaye, Kevin Sorbo, William Mapother, and Paul-Ben Victor.
It will also be screened to the public for the first time at Comic-Con on Friday, July 13 followed by a Q&A with Ross Patterson, Barry Bostwick and Kevin Sorbo. READ MORE
Above we’ve discovered the trailer for Garrett Brawith’s directorial debut FDR: American Badass, which stars Barry Bostwick, Lin Shaye, Kevin Sorbo, William Mapother & Paul Ben-Victor. It’ll arrive on home video September 25.
The pic “follows Franklin D. Roosevelt (Bostwick) as a badass werewolf hunter tracking down the like of Adolf Hitler, Mussolini and Hirohito in his customized wheelchair of death. This isn’t the FDR you know, this guy’s got lip, and will punch you in yours.”
Penned by lowbrow comedy writer Ross Patterson, shooting took place last December in Los Angeles.
This feels like an attempt to cash in on the recent popularity of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. READ MORE
Set in Arizona, HURT follows the Coltrane family as they grapple with the untimely death of the father, Robert. Forced to abandon their privileged lifestyle, Helen Coltrane (Walters) and her teenage children Conrad (Rathbone) and Lenore (Braddy) are given shelter by her husband’s reclusive brother Darryl (Mapother) in his ramshackle home in the desert. As the family reluctantly settles in, a fresh challenge is presented by the arrival of Sarah (Vassilieva), a lovely yet troubled foster child whom Robert had pledged to take in. The family’s grief turns to dread as a series of tragic, inexplicable incidents befall them.
After a family is brutally murdered in their home, a group of ranchers and infantry men embark on a crusade to find the killers. When a mysterious killer attacks their ranks, they discover that carnivorous creatures are hiding beneath the surface of the earth waiting to feed on their flesh.