3 items from 2010
Fans of Ewan McGregor, Kristen Stewart and James Van Der Beek (!) will be seeing double this spring, as arthouses and multiplexes host an array of indie films ranging from the travails of septuagenarian New Yorkers looking for love ("The Last New Yorker") to 13-year-old assassins on the hunt for their first kill ("Kick-Ass"). If real life is more your speed, there are new documentaries about reviving animation strips (the Disney doc "Waking Sleeping Beauty") and stripping down (the burlesque history "Behind the Burly Q"), while foreign wonders like the French crime epics "A Prophet" and "Mesrine" mix with Korean treasures "Mother" and "The Good, The Bad and The Weird."
But of course, why limit yourself to just what's playing in the first-run theater near you? We've also included a look at the films that will be playing Anywhere But a Movie Theater (online, on demand, and on DVD) in the next few months, »
- Stephen Saito
Dreamkiller will be out in theatres in a limited fashion on February 19th. To help with the premiere 28Dla will be giving away two t-shirts to a randomly selected viewer who sends an e-mail to the link listed below. For those unfamiliar with the project, Dreamkiller involves overcoming one's fear. The story was pulled from Nazi experiments performed upon those unlucky enough to be part of the Holocaust. Finding positives in dark material Dreamkiller will have some specific theatre locations for the premiere at a later date. Enter the contest below.
A synopsis for Dreamkiller here:
"Two doctors embark on a research project to cure fear-ridden, phobic patients of all varieties. Just as fame and honor creep into the lives of Doctor Nicholas Nemet (Dario Deak), and Doctor Marvin Stalberg (John Colton), a series of murders occurs among cured patients which mirror the victims’ initial homicidal fears."
Director: Catherine C. Pirotta. »
- Michael Ross Allen
After it's theatrical premiere on Wednesday, January 13th at the Arclight in Hollywood, Director Catherine C. Pirotta's Dreamkiller will be getting a limited theatrical run. Starring Dario Deak with co-stars John Colton, Penny Drake, Kelly Chambers, Diandra Newlin and guest appearances by Tyrone Power Jr. and John Savage. Executive producers Stephane Mermet and Hollywood fixture Clyde Ware, also a co-writer, derived the idea for this psychological thriller from experiments conducted by Nazis during the Holocaust.
Two doctors embark on a research project to cure fear-ridden, phobic patients of all varieties. Just as fame and honor creep into the lives of Doctor Nicholas Nemet (Dario Deak), and Doctor Marvin Stalberg (John Colton), a series of murders occurs among cured patients which mirror the victims’ initial homicidal fears.
When police detectives become involved, the life of Nemet becomes engulfed by the outside investigation and his own desperate curiosity to resolve the events. »
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3 items from 2010
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