5 items from 2011
Director: Jon Springer.
DVD Release: Sept 27, 2011.
Cult classics don’t come easy and now that The Hagstone Demon is out on DVD, it is going to deliver its unique stamp in no time at all. The appeal of this noir-style product comes from the lead. Mark Borchardt (Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever) delivers a ridicously hackneyed performance that works for the type of character he plays. Douglas Elmore is hired to take care of a building that is destined to be torn down in a few months.
The few tenants still residing here may also echo his tired and miserable existence. That’s hard to tell, but until he can repair his own life, they appear to be nagging him about one thing or another, like: when is the toilet going to be fixed? For a good part of the movie, »
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Gary Shore will direct this new version of the story, with Nathan Parker penning the screenplay. The original sci-fi thriller tried to bridge the grey area between life and death as a young man is forced to raise his younger brother after both of his parents die in an accident. The young man becomes obsessed with bringing his mother and father back from the dead, and creates a machine for the task that threatens his life and the lives of those around him.
This new supernatural thriller from Screen Media Films is now available on iTunes/DVD/VOD. Make sure you check it out today! We hear it's pretty damned good!
What would you do to bring someone back? How far would you go? Ghost from the Machine explores the grey area between life and death and how science may be the bridge between the two. »
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Finally the scientific tale of losing a loved one and refusing to let them go has an official home to call its own, and with it has come a new title that rolls off of the tongue about as easily as the original one.
According to The Hollywood Reporter Screen Media has acquired the distro rights to Matt Osterman's Phasma Ex Machina and retitled it to Ghost from the Machine. The company will release the film on DVD and VOD in the second quarter of 2011.
For more information check out the official Ghost from the Machine website, and dig on the official Phasma Ex Machina/Ghost from the Machine Facebook page for some behind-the-scenes videos and more.
What would you do to bring someone back? »
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Horror film Phasma Ex Machima has been picked up for DVD and VOD from Screen Media Films. Starring Sasha Andreev and Matthew Feeney and written and directed by Matt Osterman, the film follows a young man named Cody, who is tasked with raising his younger brother James after the death of their parents and plunges himself into the murky science of the supernatural. Ignoring his responsibilities as a caretaker, Cody invents a machine he intends to be a conduit to the other side. In his pursuit to build the device he befriends an electrical engineer who has his own tale of love and loss. The film has been retitled to Ghost from the Machine for its U.S. release - an exact date should be announced soon. For the official site, visit this link . Phasma Ex Machina Trailer »
5 items from 2011
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