Royal Kill (2009)
Painted as one desperate man's fever dream recollection, Ninja's Creed comes to us in the form of a great deal of (unreliable?
Black Narcissus (Criterion Collection) I just wrote up my review of both this and The Red Shoes, both of which are being released today from Criterion on DVD and Blu-ray. In my opinion, Black Narcissus is a must own. This is a great movie and a great way to introduce yourself to the work of Powell, Pressburger and Cardiff. On top of everything there is to discuss about this film from performances, to direction, to camerawork, to color, to visual effects, it's a film that has it all. You can read my full review right here. A Town Called Panic I almost made this the top pick of the week, but it just wouldn't have been right and even though I am not one of the most ardent fans of The Red Shoes it still feels wrong to place
In honor of the Kings seventh child, seven questions with Babar Ahmed:
Matt Molgaard (Fangoria): Tell me the schedule in which Royal Kill was filmed on.
Babar Ahmed: We finished our filming in 2007. We had however, filmed Pat Morita
I'll include the rest of the awesome press release after the jump, but here's the gist: According to the IMDb, Royal Kill packs a cast list that includes Eric Roberts, "Lalaine," Wrestlemania's Gail Kim, and the late Pat Morita as "exhibition manager." Apparently it's just a really rotten low-budget action flick, and Dan Zak's Post review certainly doesn't inspire a lot of interest, but to get a publicity
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1:03 a.m. Ktla cuts from its election coverage to show breaking news of a high-speed pursuit.
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