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DVD & VOD Release Date: July 30, 2013
Price: DVD $29.98
Studio: Green Apple Entertainment
Civil war drama War Flowers has a familiar story.
The movie stars Christina Ricci (TV’s Pan Am) as Sarah, who’s struggling to survive with her daughter Melody (Gabrielle Popa, Whaling City). Her youngest child died of scarlet fever and her Confederate soldier husband John (Bren Foster, TV’s Days of Our Lives) is away fighting.
Tom Berenger (Hatfields & McCoys) also stars in the independent film, which was written and directed by Serge Rodnunsky (The Portal). Screened in film festivals, the DVD and video-on-demand release is basically the premiere for War Flowers.
The DVD comes with a behind-the-scenes featurette.
Check out the trailer:
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer has now been off our TV screens for a staggering 10 years, while Angel disappeared 9 years ago. In an attempt to keep the ‘Buffyverse’ fandom satisfied, supposedly canon continuations (in the form of comic books) have been printed for both shows and for various characters within the shows. But – for reasons we shall look in to further in this list – not everyone is content with this idea.
Now, I’m the first to admit that there are undoubtedly a number of reasons why bringing either show back to TV screens would be incredibly difficult and probably shouldn’t happen, but I’ve always been a ‘glass half-full’ kind of chap, so let’s blissfully ignore those reasons for the sake of our happy faces.
So, whether it’s for a full new season, a spin-off, or even a movie or one-off special, here are 10 reasons why the »
- Kev Stewart
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