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The Last Place You Look: "Bad Influence"

10 December 2012 6:34 AM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

There are many interesting aspects of this film from 1990, not least its intertextual connections, like Rob Lowe's 1988 sex tape scandal, Soderbergh's sex, lies & videotape, and Godard's Alphaville. But there was a moment in Bad Influence that struck me for its cogent illustration of particular historical developments of genre.

The scene above comes at a point in which James Spader's character Michael (wearing a rabbit mask) has just experienced catharsis from his straitlaced world, courtesy of the actions of Alex (Rob Lowe). The pair exhibit two different experiences of violent, antisocial, or criminal behavior, which also correspond to two different modes for genre. One of these is a kind of playfulness or liberation: the newly-emancipated Spader wears a goofy mask, hopping around in the background while Alex unexpectedly, and cruelly, robs the burger joint. This moment is the tipping point where Alex's bad behavior rockets from being seductive to terrifyingly destructive. »

- Zach Campbell

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Marfa Girl triumphs at Rome film festival

19 November 2012 8:39 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Larry Clark's tale of wild teens in Texas crowned best film, with awards also going to Stephen Dorff-starring The Motel Life

The losers, boozers and casual users of Marfa Girl found a happy ending of sorts as Larry Clark's new picture took the top prize at the seventh Rome film festival. Marfa Girl, a tale of wild teens in small-town Texas, took the Golden Marc'Aurelio award, bringing the curtain down on an event that has faced criticism for both the quality of its films and a perceived lack of big-name guests.

Marfa Girl paints a portrait of a Texas melting-pot near the Mexican border, inhabited by Hispanics, working-class white families and hippie artists. It stars Adam Mediano as the mixed-up teenage hero, Drake Burnette as a libidinous art student and Jeremy St James as a border patrolman on the brink of a meltdown. Clark – whose previous films »

- Xan Brooks

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Marfa Girl – first look review

12 November 2012 8:51 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Not even the novelty of a one-off screening at the Rome film festival, ahead of its online release, can shake the impression that Larry Clark's small-town tale of drifters covers familiar Texan ground

If writer-director Larry Clark is to be believed, the Rome premiere of Marfa Girl is both the first and last time his movie will screen before the public. No traditional theatrical roll-out for Clark. Once the final credits roll, Marfa Girl proceeds straight online where it will be accessible on the director's dedicated website for a fee of $5.99 (£3.77). "This is the future and the future is now," says the director, brightly seeking fresh modes of distribution for a film that nods heavily to his own back catalogue.

From torpid opening to explosive finale, Marfa Girl surfs through familiar Clark country, dragging a dilated eye across the wanton youth of smalltown Texas. "You can't do anything in »

- Xan Brooks

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Horns Lands Juno Temple, Joe Anderson, and Kelli Garner

7 September 2012 1:56 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Juno Temple (The Dark Knight Rises, Atonement, Killer Joe), Joe Anderson (The Grey, Across the Universe, The Crazies) and Kelli Garner (The Aviator, Lars and the Real Girl, Bully) are the latest actors to board the supernatural fantasy/thriller Horns. The hot young trio are in advanced negotiations to star alongside Daniel Radcliffe. Max Minghella (The Social Network, The Ides of March) is also currently in negotiations for a key role in the film.

Horns is being co-produced and financed by Riza Aziz and Joey McFarland's Los Angeles based film production, finance and international sales company Red Granite Pictures. Red Granite will co-produce the film with Mandalay Pictures. Red Granite Pictures' international sales arm (Red Granite International), led by Danny Dimbort and Christian Mercuri, is handling foreign sales for the film and will begin discussions with international buyers in Toronto this week.

Based on the best-selling novel by Joe Hill, »

- MovieWeb

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Three More Young Actors Eying Roles in Alexandre Aja's Horns

7 September 2012 1:13 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Three more young actors are in negotiations to appear in Alexandre Aja's adaptation of Joe Hill's popular novel Horns, and we have all the details you need right here!

From the Press Release:

Juno Temple (The Dark Night Rises, Atonement, Killer Joe), Joe Anderson (The Grey, Across the Universe, The Crazies), and Kelli Garner (The Aviator, Lars and the Real Girl, Bully) (pictured l-r below) are the latest actors to board the supernatural fantasy/thriller Horns. The hot young trio are in advanced negotiations to star alongside Daniel Radcliffe. Max Minghella (The Social Network, The Ides of March) is also currently in negotiations for a key role in the film.

Horns is being co-produced and financed by Riza Aziz and Joey McFarland’s Los Angeles-based film production, finance, and international sales company Red Granite Pictures. Red Granite will co-produce the film with Mandalay Pictures. Red Granite Pictures’ international sales »

- The Woman In Black

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Cool Clicks: Casting the Inevitable Batman Reboot

25 July 2012 4:00 AM, PDT | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

We scour the interwebs for the coolest movie news and more so you don't have to ...

"Batman Beyond" starring Jake Gyllenhaal? "Legends of the Dark Knight" starring Ryan Gosling? Moviefone lets its inner fanboy run wild with a look at seven possible approaches to the next cinematic wave of the Caped Crusader.

Want access to classified files regarding "The Bourne Legacy"? Head over to iTunes Movie Trailers and get briefed by the new behind-the-scenes featurette that sheds some light on rogue agent Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner).

Did your summer vacation not go exactly as planned? Hey, at least you didn't end up in a Thailand prison like Claire Danes and Kate Beckinsale. BuzzSugar makes an argument for staying home with a look at 13 movie vacations gone horribly wrong.

How well do you know the guy who's helping Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill protect the 'hood from alien invasion? »

- Bryan Enk

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Jack and Diane Fall in Monstrous Love in New Trailer

24 July 2012 1:20 PM, PDT | Best-Horror-Movies.com | See recent Best-Horror-Movies.com news »

We’ve been talking about Jack and Diane for what seems like forever. A number of hurdles impeded on the final production of this flick, but, we’re pleased to say “it’s a wrap!”, and further pleased to tell you, we’ve got a look at the new trailer that just hit the web hours ago! The film was written and directed by Bradley Rust Gray and stars Juno Temple (The Dark Knight Rises), Riley Keough (The Runaways), Dane DeHaan (Chronicle), Kylie Minogue (Street Fighter) and Leo Fitzpatrick (Bully). »

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Exclusive: Filmmaker Jack Perez Discusses Some Guy Who Kills People, Blowing Vegas Off the Map and More

4 July 2012 1:15 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

This week Some Guy Who Kills People, the indie horror comedy hit that wowed audiences at numerous film festivals worldwide during 2011, has finally made its way home to DVD shelves everywhere courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment.

Produced by John Landis and written by Ryan A. Levin, Some Guy was helmed by director Jack Perez (Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus) and features an all-around brilliant ensemble including Kevin Corrigan (The Departed, Pineapple Express, Unstoppable), Barry Bostwick (Rocky Horror Picture Show, "Spin City"), Karen Black (House of 1000 Corpses), Ariel Gade (Dark Water, Aliens Vs. Predator: Requiem, "Invasion"), Lucy Davis (Shaun of the Dead, the original BBC version of "The Office") and Leo Fitzpatrick (Kids, Bully).

Recently Dread Central caught up with Perez for an exclusive chat about Some Guy Who Kills People, and while we were at it, we also checked in with the filmmaker about his upcoming Syfy project called Blowing Vegas Off the Map, »

- thehorrorchick

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Replicas Finds a Home with IFC Midnight

6 June 2012 1:22 PM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

Jeremy Power Regimbal's Tribeca thriller Replicas has found a distributor in IFC Midnight. The Selma Blair, Joshua Close, James D'Arcy, and Rachel Miner starring film will see a 2013 theatrical and VOD release.  Check out our review of the film from Tribeca.   More from the Press Release: IFC Midnight is acquiring all Us rights to Replicas, the acclaimed thriller from director Jeremy Power Regimbal, which had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April.  Starring Selma Blair (Hellboy), Joshua Close (The Pacific), James D'Arcy (W.E.), and Rachel Miner (Bully), the film was produced by Regimbal and Justin Tyler Close, and was executive produced by Tina Pehme, Kim C. Roberts and Susan Jackson.  Celluloid Nightmares has all foreign rights.  Following a tragic incident, »

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IFC Midnight Acquires Replicas

6 June 2012 8:22 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

IFC Midnight announced that they have acquired Us distribution rights to Replicas, a home invasion thriller starring Selma Blair, Joshua Close, James D’Arcy and Rachel Miner:

“IFC Midnight is acquiring all Us rights to Replicas, the acclaimed thriller from director Jeremy Power Regimbal, which had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. Starring Selma Blair (Hellboy), Joshua Close (The Pacific), James D’Arcy (W.E.), and Rachel Miner (Bully), the film was produced by Regimbal and Justin Tyler Close, and was executive produced by Tina Pehme, Kim C. Roberts and Susan Jackson. Celluloid Nightmares has all foreign rights.

Following a tragic incident, the Hughes family escapes their busy, upscale suburban life in order to spend some quality time at their isolated country home. An evening with friendly neighbors is suddenly interrupted when one man’s obsession with perfection escalates into a violent struggle, forcing all »

- Jonathan James

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IFC Midnight Snags U.S. rights To Replicas; Theatrical/VOD Release Planned For 2013

6 June 2012 7:26 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

IFC Midnight is acquiring all Us rights to Replicas, the acclaimed thriller from director Jeremy Power Regimbal, which had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. Starring Selma Blair (Hellboy), Joshua Close (The Pacific), James D’Arcy (W.E.), and Rachel Miner (Bully), the film was produced by Regimbal and Justin Tyler Close, and was executive produced by Tina Pehme, Kim C. Roberts and Susan Jackson. Celluloid Nightmares has all foreign rights.

Following a tragic incident, the Hughes family escapes their busy, upscale suburban life in order to spend some quality time at their isolated country home. An evening with friendly neighbors is suddenly interrupted when one man.s obsession with perfection escalates into a violent struggle, forcing all to go beyond anything they ever thought they were capable of in order to survive.

Jackson, of North American sales agent Turtles Crossing LLC, negotiated the sale with Jeff Deutchman, »

- Michelle McCue

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IFC Midnight Ready to Start Pumping Out Replicas

5 June 2012 4:20 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

One of the bigger films at this year's Tribeca Film Festival was the new flick Replicas, and word has just broken that one of the horror genre's best friends has picked it up for distro! Read on for all the details.

From the Press Release

IFC Midnight is acquiring all Us rights to Replicas, the acclaimed thriller from director Jeremy Power Regimbal, which had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. Starring Selma Blair (Hellboy), Joshua Close (The Pacific), James D'Arcy (W.E.), and Rachel Miner (Bully), the film was produced by Regimbal and Justin Tyler Close and was executive produced by Tina Pehme, Kim C. Roberts, and Susan Jackson. Celluloid Nightmares has all foreign rights.

Jackson, of North American sales agent Turtles Crossing LLC, negotiated the sale with Jeff Deutchman, Director, Acquisitions & Productions, Sundance Selects/IFC Films.

Replicas is Jeremy Power Regimbal’s first feature after helming »

- Uncle Creepy

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'Kids' Director Larry Clark Returns With 'The Smell Of Us' And 'Marfa Girl'

22 May 2012 7:00 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Looks like American enfant terrible Larry Clark is finally stepping up to the plate after a long absence. Independent French cinema group mk2 recently sat down with documentary producers Gérard Lacroix and Pierre-Paul Puljiz, and the two revealed they would be involved in the new project from the often-controversial filmmaker behind "Kids," entitled "The Smell Of Us." Puljiz, who centered doc "Larry Clark, Great American Rebel" on the director, met with Lacroix after he expressed desire in adapting Clark's novel "Tulsa."

There's not much to go on in terms of plot, but the idea stems from poet Mathieu Landais whom he met during an exhibition in Paris. Mostly the producers speak of their trouble getting the script to a point where it wouldn't have to be censored; an obvious hurdle for those at all familiar with the director's work ("Ken Park" starts with a public suicide and ends with a »

- Christopher Bell

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Terminator 3 actor Nick Stahl reported missing

17 May 2012 3:06 AM, PDT | TotalFilm | See recent TotalFilm news »

Terminator: Rise Of The Machines actor Nick Stahl is missing, according to La police sources. The actor was first reported missing by his wife Rose Murphy on Monday 14 May. The actor was last seen on Wednesday 9 May. Stahl appears in several of Total Film's favorite films, including Bully, The Thin Red Line and Sin City, but is perhaps best known for playing John Connor in the third installment of the Terminator franchise. He's next set to take the lead in The Unknown Son, playing Noah Prentice, a man who uses a mysterious tattoo on his wrist...

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- Sam Ashurst

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Nick Stahl: All About His Disappearance - And His Past

16 May 2012 4:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In his most recent film, Nick Stahl plays a man looking for his missing wife. In a bizarre real-life parallel, Stahl is now missing. While police continue their search for the 32-year-old actor, who was last seen on May 9, the director of 388 Arletta Avenue says he saw no signs of trouble when he shot the thriller with Stahl in Toronto a year and a half ago. "He was fantastic - not a single problem," director Randall Cole tells People. "He was a total professional and knew his lines. There was no diva behavior at all." Nor was there any hint »

- Michelle Tauber and Howard Breuer

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Nick Stahl Missing

16 May 2012 3:47 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Nick Stahl has gone missing, according to various online sources citing a police report filed by his wife. Stahl’s wife hasn’t heard from her estranged husband in five days. She says Stahl, 32, was last seen in the vicinity of downtown Los Angeles’ Skid Row on May 9. Stahl, who reportedly has serious drug issues, has suffered a series of setbacks in the recent past. For starters, Fox passed on the Mark Romanek-directed Locke & Key in spring 2011. After refusing to pay for a cab ride, Stahl spent a night in jail last January. That same month, he and his wife separated. She later requested to the court that his visits to their two-year-old daughter be monitored, and that Stahl be tested for drug use 24 hours before seeing the infant. Among Nick Stahl’s most important film roles are those in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, with Arnold Schwarzenegger »

- Anna Robinson

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Link to the Rescue

16 May 2012 3:46 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

First Showing Django Unchained banner on the Croisette in Cannes

Inlander Don Draper isn't Mad Men's main character any more

Filmofilia a full slate for Amy Adams through 2014 at least. Add thriller Dark Places (based on the novel of the same name) to the long list

Cinema Blend Rise of the Planet of the Apes sequel gets the Contagion screenwriter Scott Z Burns 

 Mz Yikes. Actor Nick Stahl of Bully, Terminator 3 and Carnivàle fame has been reporting missing since May 9th

Heat Vision Robert Downey Jr's The Avengers payday could reach $50 million. The other actors aren't so lucky

Gold Derby Downton Abbey will be competing in Best Series (where it belongs) for Emmy nods... finally giving up on considering itself a miniseries, bless.

Pajiba "Identifying the Moment in Natalie Portman's Career Timeline In Which It Was Ok To Admit a Crush"

Screen Daily Keira Knightley replacing ScarJo in »

- NATHANIEL R

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'Sin City' And 'Carnivale' Actor Nick Stahl Reported Missing

16 May 2012 1:30 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Update: Has Stahl been found? "He does this sometimes," an eyewitness who claims he recently saw the actor told E! News. "He'll be back."

After not hearing from him for nearly a week, the wife of "Sin City" and "Carnivale" actor Nick Stahl has filed a missing persons report with the Lapd, mentioning that he was last seen on May 9 in Los Angeles's Skid Row. This discouraging news comes right after other worrisome developments, including the separation between the married couple, court-ordered drug tests prior to seeing his 2-year-old daughter, and a minor offense involving the thespian skipping a cab fare.

We don't normally do these kinds of stories -- it runs into iffy, questionable territory regarding privacy, is psuedo-gossipy and the sympathy can seem forced -- but this writer in particular is a huge fan of the artist who still hasn't gotten the project/part/spotlight he deserves.

Stahl's »

- Christopher Bell

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Nick Stahl, star of Carnivale and Terminator 3, is missing

16 May 2012 9:07 AM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Actor Nick Stahl—perhaps best known for his roles in Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines, Bully, and the HBO series Carnivale—has gone missing, according to a police report filed by his wife, who contacted the Lapd after not hearing from him in five days. In addition to seeing Fox pass on his much-hyped small-screen comeback in Locke And Key, Stahl has personally had a rough go of it lately: After he and his wife separated in January, she reportedly asked a court to require monitored visitation between Stahl and his 2-year-old daughter, as well as mandatory drug tests »

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DVD Release: Black Limousine

9 May 2012 3:23 PM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

DVD Release Date: July 10, 2012

Price: DVD $22.98

Studio: Anchor Bay

The darkness at the end of the tunnel is David Arquette in Black Limousine.

David Arquette (Scream 4) and Bijou Phillips (Bully) star in the 2010 drama Black Limousine, tagged by its marketers as “a ghost story set in the city of dreams.”

Jack MacKenzie (Arquette), once a hot Hollywood composer, has fallen on hard times, a feeling fueled by alcoholism.  Having resorted to taking a draining job as a limo driver just to make ends meet, Jack catches a break when he is assigned to drive A-List Actor Thomas Bower (Nicholas Bishop (TV’s Body of Proof) back-and-forth to the set of his latest film, during which time the two build a friendship of sorts. Bower appears interested and willing to help re-establish Jack, who also strikes up a sexually charged relationship with model-singer Erica Long (Phillips) who is struggling with her own problems. »

- Laurence

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