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Jeff Favreproduction: A Beautiful View, Son of Semele Theatre; Robots vs. Fake Robots, Powerhouse Theatre; Shipwrecked! An Entertainment, Geffen Playhouse.Playwriting: David Largman Murray, Robots vs. Fake Robots.Direction: Don Boughton, A Beautiful View; John Doyle, Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre; Tiger Reel, Cartoon, Art/Works Theatre; Elise Robertson, The Women, Circus Theatricals.Music Direction: Sarah Travis, Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Scenic Design: Simon Higlett, The School of Night, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum; Christine Jones, Spring Awakening, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre; Anthony Ward, My Fair Lady, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre.Lighting Design: Russell H. Champa, The School of Night; Richard Jones, Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.Costume Design: Anthony Ward, My Fair Lady.Sound Design: Dan Moses Schreier, Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.Perfomance In A (Primarily) Straight Play:Gregory Itzin, »
Chicago – The Round-Up, HollywoodChicago.com’s famous recurring column about lesser Blu-Ray and DVD titles that may have slipped through your fingers at the store recently, is in clean-up mode this week. With a DVD collection for a famous young actress, an old cartoon, a straight-to-video horror movie, and three movies with the word “Mountain” in the title, the only word that comes to mind to tie these titles together is “random”.
You know those bins of “impulse buy” items you’ll see in stores near the cash register? Stuff that you may not have put on your shopping list and that you may not even know you want until you see them? That’s what this week’s Round-Up column is like. Peek in the bin and take a look at “Jonny Quest,” “The Scarlett Johansson Collection,” “Dead in 3 Days,” “Brokeback Mountain,” “Escape to Witch Mountain,” and “Return to »
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Dimension Extreme and Genius Products sent over an exclusive clip from Dead In 3 Days, the Austrian youth-stalker film they’re releasing today on DVD. You can give the scene a look below the cut.
Directed by Andreas Prochaska from a script he wrote with Thomas Baum, Dead In 3 Days centers on a group of friends who are celebrating their high-school graduation when they all receive the same text message, promising the titular fate. They at first dismiss it as a prank, but then the teens start getting murdered one by one and have to figure out who is targeting them and why. A hit in Europe, it spawned an equally successful sequel that was released overseas last year but has yet to snag U.S. distribution. The Dead In 3 Days disc retails for $19.98.
Dimension Extreme and Genius Products released the cover art seen below for Dead In 3 Days. The Austrian slasher film, a hit at home when released there in 2006, arrives on U.S. DVD shelves March 3.
Directed by Andreas Prochaska from a script he wrote with Thomas Baum, the movie follows a group of best friends who receive the titular cell-phone threat, and then start getting bumped off by a mysterious murderer. The film will be presented in widescreen with German and English Dolby 5.1 soundtracks; there are no extras announced as of now, and the retail price is $19.97. Another Eurohorror title, Tomas Alfredson’s much-praised Let The Right One In (which recently won five nominations in the Bug Awards, Sweden’s version of the Oscars), has had details annouced for its disc release March 10 by Magnolia Home Entertainment under the 6-Shooter banner. This one will also be in widescreen with its original »
4 items from 2009
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