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Buckle up for high-stakes action when Altitude arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD and Digital HDJune 20 from Lionsgate. Depart on flight 709 with star Denise Richards as she embarks on a thrilling ride fighting action veteran Dolph Lundgren and former Ufc Light Heavyweight Champion Chuck Liddell. Packed full of nonstop action, the Altitude Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $19.99 and $19.98, respectively.
A headstrong FBI agent (Denise Richards) is offered millions to help a thief escape from a hijacked airplane. When she finds out that his ex-partners (Greer Grammer, Chuck Liddell, and Dolph Lundgren) are leading the deadly operation, she must choose sides and do whatever it takes to keep the plane from going down.
- Tom Stockman
If you don’t want to have nightmares for the rest of the weekend then I highly recommend you navigate to another page on this website or leave us altogether. However, if the vision of ridiculously life like dolls of babies and adult human heads being inflated doesn’t bother you, you’re in the perfect place. And yes, these “props” are for movies so there’s nothing to worry about safety and criminal wise. The man head is actually a Mark Dacascos puppet head from the movie Cradle 2 the Grave. The videos were posted on Instagram by yagherfx a.k.a. Kevin Yagher, who’s best
Incredibly Freaky Footage of Life-Like Prop Baby and Man Heads Being Inflated »
- Nat Berman
Keep up with the wild and wooly world of indie film acquisitions with our weekly Rundown of everything that’s been picked up around the globe. Check out last week’s Rundown here.
– HBO has acquired the U.S. TV rights to “David Bowie: The Last Five Years,” directed and produced by Francis Whately. The film spotlights two critically acclaimed albums and the stage musical “Lazarus,” offering new insights into Bowie’s extraordinary creativity during the final five years of his life.
Featuring a wealth of rarely seen Bowie interviews, archival footage, audio from the recording sessions for “The Next Day” and “Blackstar,” and unprecedented access to Bowie’s closest friends and artistic collaborators, the film is a tribute to one of the greatest rock icons of all time.
– The Weinstein Company will »
- Graham Winfrey
A voodoo curse, thought buried in the mists of time, reignites the fanged horror of the infamous Kulev Serpent – the gargantuan Lockjaw. When his wife is killed in a devastating accident by delinquent holiday-makers, distraught Alan Cade calls upon demonic forces he can barely comprehend to exact his revenge. Once summoned, Alan realises too late that this ancient evil cannot be tamed or reasoned with. It will stop at nothing and no one will be spared. Now the only thing that stands in its way is Army Special Ops veteran and master hunter Nick Kirabo (Dmx) who has been waiting for Lockjaw to return.
There are films made that qualify as so bad its good and then theres those that are just bad. Lockjaw falls into the latter. Filled with a cast of unknowns, »
- Phil Wheat
Exclusive: Ruediger W. Kuemmerie’s martial arts film stars Mark Dacascos.
It marks the second feature from German-based production company Silent Partners, whose first film One Million K(I)cks was picked up for the Us by Parade Deck Films and for the UK by Evolutionary Films.
Ultimate Justice was directed by Martin Christopher Bode from a screenplay by Marco Theiss. Ruediger W. Kuemmerie produced with Mike Leeder and Markus R. Vogelbacher of International Film Partners executive produced. Mike Moller served as co-producer and choreographed the fight scenes, Alois Knapps was DoP.
China-based Kuemmerie self-financed the project and returned to his hometown of Goeppingen, Germany, to shoot »
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5 items from 2017
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