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Blu-ray Review – Death Warrant (1990)

Death Warrant, 1990.

Directed by Deran Serafian.

Starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, Cynthia Gibb, Art Lafleur, Patrick Kilpatrick, Robert Guillaume, Joshua John Miller, George Dickerson, Conrad Dunn and Abdul Salaam El Razzac.


A French Canadian cop goes undercover in a violent prison to investigate the deaths of several inmates but soon uncovers a plan to harvest human organs.

1990’s Death Warrant is often overlooked in the much-celebrated early (i.e. pre-Street Fighter) career of Jean-Claude Van Damme but thankfully the good folk at 101 Films have seen fit to give it a Blu-ray release to sit alongside their recent reissues of Black Eagle and A.W.O.L., which is a good chance to give this film another look.

French Canadian cop Louis Burke (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is on the trail of a serial killer known as The Sandman (Patrick KilpatrickClass of 1999), whom he tracks into a derelict building and
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‘Trancers’ Blu-ray Review (88 Films)

Stars: Tim Thomerson, Helen Hunt, Michael Stefani, Art Lafleur, Telma Hopkins, Richard Herd, Anne Seymour, Biff Manard, Miguel Fernandes | Written by Danny Bilson, Paul De Meo | Directed by Charles Band

It is fair to say that Charles Band makes some interesting movies, most of them B-movies with a cult charm. As fans we love them for this very fact, whether it’s the brave move to just go for the fun instead of high quality drama, or sometimes and often more rarely actually being a surprisingly good movie. 88 Films are releasing one of these on Blu-ray in the form of Trancers, a movie that borrows a lot from Bladerunner but adds a time travelling concept that for its time was quite smart.

Jack Deth (Tim Thomerson) was a Trancer hunter, until the day he decided to walk away from the job. When Whistler (Michael Stefani) travels back in time though
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House Hunting (2013) Review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott,

House Hunting (2013) Review

Directed by: Eric Hurt

Written by: Eric Hurt

Cast: Marc Singer (Charlie Hays), Art Lafleur (Don Thompson), Hayley DuMond (Susan Hays), Janey Gioiosa (Emmy Hays), Paul McGill (Jason Thompson), Rebekah Kennedy (Hanna)

Moving can be a real pain. Finding that perfect house can be an even bigger inconvenience. Well, if I ever had any sort of informal education from horror movies, I’ve learned two fundamental truths. There’s gonna be trouble if hooking up with a beautiful woman is effortlessly easy, or if you run across a seemingly sweet real estate property at a ridiculously low price. I’ll go a bit further and say that said real estate property is probably going to be a murder house inhabited by a vengeful spirit with some serious emotional baggage. I would almost bet the farm on it.

Speaking of farms, Charlie
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'The Sandlot' cast talks reuniting after 20 years, James Earl Jones and more

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It's hard to believe that "The Sandlot" is 20 years old. It seems like just yesterday that the world got to follow along with the adventures of Smalls, Squints, Benny the Jet and the rest of the boys. That may be because the timeless movie still feels as relevant as it ever does, and with good reason.

Zap2it sat down to talk to the cast, as well as writer/director David M. Evans about the staying power of the movie, special memories from back then and showing it in ballparks 20 years later.

"I don't think any of us saw any of this coming. I don't think there's a way to predict something like this happening," Marty York (Yeah-Yeah) says. "It's like catching lightning in a bottle." Some of the cast still gets recognized from the movie, Art Lafleur perhaps more than any other.

Though he had just one scene, in
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‘The Wrong House’ Review

Stars: Marc Singer, Art Lafleur, Hayley DuMond, Janey Gioiosa, Paul McGill, Rebekah Kennedy, Victoria Vance, Jon Cobb | Written and Directed by Eric Hurt

You’d be forgiven for thinking that The Wrong House is yet another “in the woods” slasher flick given the generic DVD box art (which is decidedly similar to 101 Films’ previous release The Lodge) and the films desolate cabin in the woods setting. However instead we get a thrilling haunted house flick that shares more in common with 2003′s Dead End than you’d at first think.

Originally titled House Hunting, the film see two families, led by The Beastmaster himself Marc Singer and character actor Art Lafleur, in town searching for a new home, who both show up at a deserted farmhouse. After rescuing Hanna, a lost girl whose tongue has been cut out, it quickly becomes clear that something is not right as they discover
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Go House Hunting with the Beastmaster this March

The American dream once again becomes the American scream when two families looking to buy a new home attend an open house only to find themselves trapped in a hellish nightmare unleashed by the wrathful spirit of the original owner.

This sounds like a job for Dar the Beastmaster… I mean Marc Singer!

Marc Singer, Janey Gioiosa, Hayley DuMond, Paul McGill, Rebekah Kennedy, Victoria Vance and Art Lafleur star in Eric Hurt’s House Hunting, the new horror movie in which it isn’t just the house that’s condemned.

If the American dream for most families is buying a house, then for the two families headed to what they think is a simple open house, their dream is about to become a nightmare. We meet our two very different families as they search for the perfect house to call a home. When both families show up at the deserted farmhouse,
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House Hunting and a Supernatural Battle Royale: A Movie Review

*a screener of this film was provided by Phase 4 Films.

Director/writer: Eric Hurt.

Cast: Marc Singer, Art Lafleur and Hayley DuMond

Tagline: "The American Nightmare."

Phase 4 Films has released Eric Hurt's first film, House Hunting, on video-on-demand as of Februarty 1st. This is a small indie film starring Marc Singer that was completed in 2011. "The American Nightmare" is a great tagline for this film as two families are forced to do battle in order to survive a type of supernatural Venus Flytrap. All roads lead back to a haunted house and House Hunting is one indie horror film that you will want to seek out despite a circular storyline.

Two families enter the real estate market and both groups are looking for a house away from urban strife. Their return to nature is directed by a mysterious man wearing a strange hunting cap. He sends them
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Go House Hunting in Hell on VOD

Recently the term "let's go house hunting" has come up a lot in the Creepy household, but honestly? I hate moving. Maybe this latest trailer and artwork can help everyone in my boat to dissuade our significant others for a bit!

Phase 4 Films is pleased to announce the Video on Demand (VOD) world premiere of Eric Hurt’s horror thriller House Hunting, which is available Now. Starring Marc Singer, Art Lafleur and Hayley DuMond, the film is available on Comcast, Cox, Insight and Cable Vision.


Two families attend an open house in the hopes of finding their dream home. Upon entering, their dream quickly becomes a hellish nightmare when they realize that every attempt to leave takes them right back to the front door. Stuck in this purgatory, the two families are haunted by the deserted home’s former owner with the declaration that only one of the
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MGM Cranking Out More Obscurities on Manufactured On Demand DVD: Zone Troopers and Gog

How we love getting news about long lost video obscurities resurfacing to find their fanbases! Two more weird titles are on their way from MGM as part of the studio's Manufactured On Demand DVD initiative, and we couldn't be happier!

Buyer beware - Mod titles come to you with full box art burned to a DVDr. If your DVD player has problems playing such things, you may want to skip these. Everyone else ... Have At It!

From the Press Release

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment’s “manufacturing on demand” (“Mod”) program continues to expand with the newest selection of films as part of MGM’s Limited Edition Collection. These releases will begin to become available through major online retailers starting on November 22nd.

Gog (1954) – A security agent investigates sabotage and murder at a secret underground laboratory, home of two experimental robots. Stars Herbert Marshall; Constance Dowling; Richard Egan. Directed by Herbert L. Strock.
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New Blu-ray and DVD Releases: August 16th

Rank the week of August 16th’s Blu-ray and DVD new releases against the best films of all-time: New Releases Jane Eyre

(Blu-ray & DVD | PG13 | 2011)

Flickchart Ranking: #3143

Win Percentage: 55%

Times Ranked: 1594

Top-20 Rankings: 7

Directed By: Cary Fukunaga

Starring: Mia WasikowskaMichael FassbenderJamie BellJudi DenchImogen Poots

Genres: Drama • Gothic Film • Mystery • Period Film • Romance • Romantic Drama • Romantic Mystery

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Something Borrowed

(Blu-ray & DVD | PG13 | 2011)

Flickchart Ranking: #8753

Win Percentage: 40%

Times Ranked: 456

Top-20 Rankings: 3

Directed By: Luke Greenfield

Starring: Kate HudsonGinnifer GoodwinJohn KrasinskiColin EgglesfieldSteve Howey

Genres: Comedy • Comedy Drama • Drama • Romance • Romantic Comedy • Romantic Drama

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(Blu-ray & DVD | PG13 | 2011)

Flickchart Ranking: #6278

Win Percentage: 43%

Times Ranked: 1274

Top-20 Rankings: 5

Directed By: Scott Charles Stewart

Starring: Paul BettanyKarl UrbanCam GigandetMaggie QLily Collins

Genres: Action • Comic-Book Superhero Film • Horror • Monster Film • Religious Horror • Science Fiction • Sci-Fi Action • Sci-Fi Horror • Supernatural Horror
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Blu Monday: June 21, 2011

Your Weekly Source for the Newest Releases to Blu-Ray Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 Matt Damon & Emily Blunt star in The Adjustment Bureau (2011) Ed helms & John C. Reilly star in Cedar Rapids – Super Awesome Edition (2011) Uma Thurman & Michael Angarano star in Max Winkler’s Ceremony (2011) Zachary Gordon stars in Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules – Blu-Ray/DVD Combo (2011) Channing Tatum & Jamie Bell star in the gladiator adventure The Eagle – Unrated Edition (2011) Ghost In The Shell: S.A.C. 2Nd Cig – Individual Eleven (2005) Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex – The Laughing Man (2005) Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex – Solid State Society (2006) Josh Radnor & Kate Mara star in Happythankyoumoreplease (2010) Ewan McGregor & Scarlett Johansson star in The Island (2005) Dolph Lundgren directs and stars in The Killing Machine (2010) Ralph Meeker & Cloris Leachman star in Kiss Me Deadly – Criterion Collection (1955) Jackie Chan & Claire Forlani star in Gordan Chan’s The Medallion
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DVD and Blu-Ray Releases for May 10, 2011

It’s Monday and here are your DVD & Blu-Ray Releases for May 10th! We have a good release week for genre fans. For those of you that didn’t buy the Alien Anthology on Blu-Ray, the individual films are released this week as well as some other key titles that you should definitely pay attention to! Click on Read More to find all the releases.

All Descriptions of the following titles are provided by unless otherwise noted. If you plan on buying a flick from this list, please click on the links provided or click on the cover as it helps us pay the bills around here. Also, unlike most sites, we provide the Netflix widget which we think is pretty convenient to add these films to your queue. If you don’t have Netflix, feel free to click on “Free Trial” and try it out!


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DVD Reminder: Dahmer vs. Gacy

We should have our official Dahmer vs. Gacy review posted soon, but until then I wanted to remind you that it will be available on DVD next Tuesday, May 10. Deep within a secret government lab, Dr. Hess (Art Lafleur) is obsessively working to create the ultimate killer by combining the DNA of two of the world’s most infamous serial murderers, Jeffrey Dahmer (Ford Austin) and John Wayne Gacy (Randal Malone).
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Are You Ready to Go 'House Hunting?' New Trailer

House Hunting is your typical, "let's skip the theaters, and show up straight to your house" movie. It stars Marc Singer, who is probably best known for his role in the Beastmaster, along with Janey Gioiosa, Hayley DuMond, Paul McGill, Rebekah Kennedy, Victoria Vance and Art Lafleur. The movie involves two families who are on their way to an open house pretty much in the middle of nowhere. Upon arriving at the old house, they soon discover t…
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House Hunting Turns Horrific

The search for the ideal home can be one of the single most stressful things anyone has to deal with. It's a series of phone calls, background checks, bank dealings, more phone calls, and then once you're done even more background checks, bank dealings, and more phone calls. Add some spookiness to the mix and boom now you have an even worse headache.

Below you'll find the first trailer for Eric Hurt's House Hunting starring Marc Singer, Janey Gioiosa, Hayley DuMond, Paul McGill, Rebekah Kennedy, Victoria Vance and Art Lafleur.

Look for more on this one as it comes.


If the American dream for most families is buying a house then for the two families headed to what they think is a simple open house, their dream is about to become a nightmare. We meet our two very different families as they search for the perfect house to call a home.
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A Dream Home of Horror in 'House Hunting'

A Dream Home of Horror in 'House Hunting'
First on the map late last year, Eric Hurt's House Hunting is a psychological horror thriller that stars Marc Singer, Janey Gioiosa, Hayley DuMond, Paul McGill, Rebekah Kennedy, Victoria Vance and Art Lafleur. This morning we got our first look at the supernatural horror thanks to an impressive trailer, which can be viewed by reading beyond the break. "If the American dream for most families is buying a house then for the two families headed to what they think is a simple open house, their dream is about to become a nightmare. We meet our two very different families as they search for the perfect house to call a home. When both families show up at the deserted farmhouse it quickly becomes clear that something is not right..."
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Marc Singer sees red in House Hunting trailer

The Beastmaster goes berserk in this stunning trailer for supernatural horror flick, House Hunting! The indie thriller originally caught my attention for three reasons. First, its premise of two families caught in a house that won't let them leave offered an intriguing old-school premise. Second, it's got a pretty odd ensemble cast in Marc Singer (V, Eagle Eye), Art Lafleur (Field of Dreams, The Rig, Cobra), Rebekah Kennedy (Season of the Witch, Creature) and Paul McGill (Man on Wire, Fame). and third, it's the directorial debut of Dp Eric Hurt, who most recently worked on a scifi flick we're dying to see called called Atlantis Down which is premiering at London Scifi Film Festival right away.


If the American dream for most families is buying a house then for the two families headed to what they think is a simple open house, their dream is about to become a nightmare.
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Dahmer vs. Gacy Bringing Their Mayhem to Blu-ray and DVD

Freddy vs. Jason. King Kong vs. Godzilla. Alien vs. Predator. Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus. We've seen many famous fiends square off on film, but will any of those other great all-time match-ups compare to Dahmer vs. Gacy? The world will finally find out when the award-winning (yes, award-winning!) film hits Blu-ray and DVD shelves in May.

The serial killer smackdown produced and directed by Ford Austin from a script by Chris Watson and Andrew Rausch starring Austin as Jeffrey Dahmer and Randal Malone as John Wayne Gacy has already garnered "Outstanding Cast Performance" at the Action on Film International Film Festival in Pasadena, California, and was voted "Audience Choice Award" winner at the Bare Bones Independent Film Fest in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

A secret government lab has been trying to create the ultimate killer using the DNA of infamous killers Jeffrey Dahmer and John Wayne Gacy, but there's one big problem: They've escaped!
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A creepy "House Hunting" venture (Trailer, Info)

"House Hunting" a psychological horror thriller written/directed by Eric Hurt. The indie feature is a contemporary exploration of the notion that “hell is other people” and is inspired, in part, on existential philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre’s 1944 play No Exit. House Hunting is a blend of traditional ghost story and psychological thriller. An ensemble piece, it represents two families as they descend into madness while trapped inside a deserted farmhouse.

House Hunting stars Marc Singer (Beastmaster, TV series V), Art Lafleur (Field of Dreams , The Sandlot), Hayley DuMond (Hunter’s Moon), Paul McGill (Fame, Man on Wire), Jamee Vance, Janey Gioiosa and Rebekah Kennedy.

The production team includes writer/director Eric Hurt, executive producer Amy Carney, producers Pat Cassidy & Erica Arvold, Bryan Bieber, Deanna Gould, directors of photography Todd Free & Eric Hurt, production designer Tim Beyerle, and casting director Erica Arvold.

Hurt most recently served as the Director of Photography
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"The Rig": Some Things Shouldn't Be Disturbed

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Anchor Bay Entertainment has now released, on DVD, the horror thiller "The Rig", starring William Forsythe, Art Lafleur, Stacey Hinnen, Serah D'laine, Marcus T. Paulk and Dan Benson:

"...When a tropical storm forces an offshore drilling company to evacuate non-essential personnel from the 'Charlie' oil rig, the small but experienced crew left behind settles in to ride out the storm. But their routine night is interrupted when a crew member goes missing and an extensive search proves futile.

"Slowly, they discover that a deadly creature is stalking the crew, eliminating them one by one. Surrounded by nothing but raging ocean with no hope of escape, the roughnecks must survive the stormy night with an unrelenting force of death hunting them down..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Rig"...
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