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Scott Wiper’s Cold Light of Day Appears at Summit

11 November 2009 9:08 AM, PST | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

While reading this Variety article about a thriller called “The Cold Light of Day” landing at Summit Entertainment, the name Scott Wiper rung a bell in my head. He’s not really a known name in Mainstream America, but I remember him from 2000’s “A Better Way to Die”, a movie that he wrote, directed, and starred in. It’s one of those direct-to-dvd movies where the leading man doesn’t even get his name at the top of the marquee because he just wasn’t famous enough at the time. I thought Wiper did a bang-up good job on the movie, and really liked “Die” for what it was — a direct-to-dvd shoot’em up action movie. Wiper has since gone on to write and direct the Stone Cold Steve Austin actioner “Condemned”, which I haven’t seen, but I plan to give it a whirl now that I know Wiper was responsible for it. »

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