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Uwe Boll Whipping Up A Storm

8 December 2008 12:14 AM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Uwe Boll is to take a break from adapting every video game property he can get his hands on, to make an apocalyptic thriller called The Storm, starring Lauren Holly and Luke Perry. Holly, having previously lent her talents to Dumb and Dumber, The Chumscrubber and What Women Want, has been flying below the radar for some time now (a stint on NCIS better left forgotten). Beverly Hills 90210 grauate Perry, has appeared in such movie classics as Fogbound and Dishdogz but is curently making waves in the surf/bible hybrid series John From Cincinnati.The not-at-all-like-a-video-game plot follows a woman who must face up to the world's impending doom, when she meets a mysterious man called Silas who seems to hold the key. Unlikely to near the grand scale of The Day After Tomorrow with its $5 million budget, the movie is nonetheless shooting in Vancouver for a 2009 release. »

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Michael Madsen's Deep Winter Comes to DVD

19 November 2008 8:00 PM, PST | | See recent MoviesOnline news »

Michael Madsen's Deep Winter comes to DVD Jan 27th. The studio was nice enough to shoot over the plot for the film. Maverick downhill racer, Tyler Crowe, reunites with best friend and renegade snowboarder, Mark Rider. It doesn't take long for the old friends to take on a new mission. Together they head to Alaska, where led by a veteran guide, the two attempt the most daring descent on snow ever caught on film. But with glory comes risk. And this challenge is no exception. Deep Winter was directed by Mikey Hilb, who previously helmed the extreme sports-themed feature Dishdogz. It was produced »

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