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Vivendi Entertainment to distribute Letters to God

11 October 2009 11:57 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Vivendi Entertainment has picked up North American rights to Possibility Pictures' "Letters to God," setting a March 12th, 2010 release date. David Nixon directs from the story by Patrick Doughtie. The story tells of a nine-year-old fighting cancer who copes with the challenges of his treatment by writing letters addressed to God. His letters end up in the hands of a troubled postman who fights his own demons. Film is inspired by Doughtie's son's battle with cancer and screenwritten by Doughtie, Art D'Alessandro, Thrift and Cullen Douglas. »

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DVD Round Up, Mar. 31, 2009: ‘Shuttle,’ ‘Donkey Punch,’ ‘Cracker,’ ‘Clone Wars’

31 March 2009 10:28 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Chicago – Two TV shows and two indie horror movies comprise the final edition of the infamous Round-Up for March. Both shows already have cult followings and the movies are likely to build ones of their own.

There are several major titles hitting DVD and Blu-Ray this week - “Slumdog Millionaire,” “The Day the Earth Stood Still,” “Seven Pounds,” “Marley & Me”. These are the minor ones that have hit stores in recent weeks or are just about to do so.

Cracker: The Complete Collection” was released on March 10th, 2009.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars - A Galaxy Divided” was released on March 24th, 2009.

Donkey Punch” & “Shuttle” will be released on April 7th, 2009.

Cracker: The Complete Collection”

Photo credit: Acorn Media Who doesn’t want nearly a day’s worth of highly acclaimed mystery movies? “Cracker” with Robbie Coltrane is one of the most beloved series of mysteries of the last several decades. »

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Shuttle (Film Review)

6 March 2009 9:56 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

There are some bumps in the road on the trip Shuttle takes, but as on any good vacation, the destination is worth the problems getting there. Actually, the Mexican jaunt enjoyed by the film’s two young heroines is over as the movie begins, and what should be their simple trip home becomes an uneven but ultimately gripping nightmare.

In Shuttle (being given an unfortunately token theatrical release in a handful of cities this month by Truly Indie ahead of its April DVDebut via Magnolia Pictures), the trouble has already started for longtime best friends Mel (Peyton List) and Jules (Cameron Goodman) once their plane has touched down; Mel is suffering air sickness, and they’re held up in the terminal when one of their bags goes missing. They wind up being among the last people left there on the rainy night, along with Seth (James Snyder), a constant on-the-maker »

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