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To round out our first week of Movie of the Day I thought I’d start another trend for the feature. If Monday’s are to be “New Movie Monday” then Friday’s are reserved for the “Friday Night Fear Flick”. This weeks is the fantastic Burning Bright.
When 20 year old Kelly wakes late at night during a hurricane, she finds a hungry tiger stalking her through the halls of her home.With every door and window boarded up from the outside and her stepfather nowhere to be found, Kelly fights frantically to stay one step ahead of the killer beast while dragging her autistic brother Tom through the house, but with every turn the situation becomes more complicated and desperate.
Burning Bright is one of those films whose concept sounds so amazing that it has to qualify as a must-see movie, and luckily it doesn’t disappoint. The film starts off innocently enough, »
Exclusive: Nu Image/Millennium has acquired Playing Dirty, a spec script written by Richard Blaney and Gregory Small. Mandalay Pictures’ Cathy Schulman and Adam Stone will produce, and they closed the deal with Millennium’s Mark Gill. Millennium and Mandalay recently collaborated on the indie hit Bernie. In Playing Dirty, a young law student learns to let loose and explore his adventurous side after meeting a sexy and mysterious stranger. After some exhilarating nights of debauchery, car chases and threesomes, things go awry when the student finds himself the target of her psychotic plans. Blaney and Small previously wrote Someone In The Dark, a teenage Body Heat which is at DreamWorks with Carlos Brooks attached to direct. Original Artists made the deal for the writers, who are also repped by 59 Management. The film will be fast-tracked by Millennium, which has several plum titles at Cannes with the Lee Daniels-directed The Paperboy premiering tomorrow, »
- MIKE FLEMING
2 items from 2012
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