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4 items from 2009

New 'Demonica's Reign' Teaser - director Daniela Garcia

22 July 2009 5:37 PM, PDT | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

A teaser/trailer has just been released for Demonica's Reign, a horror movie to be directed by Daniela Garcia that will start shooting this fall in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The supernatural movie will star Nicolette Michaela as 'Demonica', Aaron Ginn-Forseberg as 'Anthony', June 2008 Scary Stud of the Month Kim Sønderholm as 'Devon', Maurice Chevalier as 'Dominic', and Shina Stearns as 'Elizabeth'. The film is being produced by Power House Media Enterprises.

One person's desire to free and control a demon sets off a horrific chain of events, and the protectors are left scrambling to conceal the secret. To release the Demon is to wreak havoc and reign death downupon all mankind... Watch the teaser:

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- Superheidi

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Gigi Blu-ray Review -- Dellamorte enjoys the velvet touch of Master Vincente Minnelli

20 April 2009 | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Written by Andre Dellamorte You don’t start with Vincente Minnelli. Sure, you might be moved by Meet Me in St. Louis, or The Clock. May be swayed by The Band Wagon. But he doesn’t jump out at you as a master like some other filmmakers do. In that sense he belongs to the class of filmmakers like Budd Boeticher – to a certain extent, to Preston Sturges and master of them all, Howard Hawks. Gigi was one of Minnelli’s biggest in the sense that it won him a best director Oscar and the fil won best picture (among the nine it took home, though none for acting), and yet of his greats, and this is one, I would suggest it is better to start elsewhere. The pleasures become apparent to the modern viewer removed from the musical era. Maurice Chevalier plays host as Honoré Lachaille, who sings “Thank »

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Blu-Ray Review: Pair of Oscar-Winning Musicals Tap to HD Beat

6 April 2009 9:49 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Blu-Ray Rating: 4.0/5.0 Chicago – Two of the most beloved musicals of all time recently made their debut on Blu-Ray with extravagant collections of special features, beautiful HD, and crystal clear audio. All musical fans will want to add the Best Picture-winning “An American in Paris” and “Gigi” to their Blu-Ray collection.

One of my favorite musicals, 1951’s “An American in Paris,” an Oscar-winner for Best Picture, Art Direction, Cinematography, Costume Design, Score, and Screenplay, is such an essential film to the history of the musical genre that it seems like a no-brainer for HD Blu-Ray. It’s an undeniable classic featuring one of the great stars of the musical, Gene Kelly, at his athletic peak and includes the debut of the magical Leslie Caron.

An American in Paris was released on Blu-Ray on March 31st, 2009.

Photo credit: Warner Brothers

As if Kelly and Caron weren’t enough to entice musical fans, »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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[Movie Review] The Pink Panther 2

4 February 2009 1:54 PM, PST | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

Something strange seems to happen to comedians once they’re about two or three generations past their prime. It isn’t just that they aren’t as funny as they used to be (though that is almost always the result), but they seek to find a whole new, almost always more mainstream (and more kid-friendly), audience. Sometimes this is the result of their sensibilities becoming so dulled and repetitive that they lose the audience they have (which is what seemed to happen with Woody Allen), but sometimes comedians seem to be doing this on purpose. I can only assume that this is what has happened with Steve Martin.

I didn’t see the last Pink Panther movie (nor, embarrassingly, have I seen the original), but I found this one easy enough to follow. Inspector Jacques Clouseau is perhaps the greatest detective in all of France, most renowned for having found the Pink Panther diamond. »

- Anders Nelson

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