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Famous People Play Themselves in One Mega Meta Supercut

28 December 2012 4:39 PM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

Ha, we had almost forgotten about Bruce Springsteen in "High Fidelity" and David Bowie in "Zoolander" (we default to Billy Zane on that one). And you can't beat Bill Murray in "Zombieland." And even though we would've picked Bruce Willis in "Ocean's Twelve" over Bruce Willis in "What Just Happened?," this is a pretty damn good collection (courtesy of AnimalNY) of the celebrity world self-congratulating itself by breaking its own fourth wall. Or ... something.

Anyway, we agree with FilmDrunk in that the meta-levels may one day reach such an extreme that movies will nothing more than celebrities playing us pretending to be them and everything will be a sequel to "The Human Centipede."

Here is the full list of cameos, in order of appearance ...

1. John Malkovich, "Being John Malkovich"

2. David Hasselhoff, "SpongeBob SquarePants"

3. Neil Patrick Harris, "Harold and Kumar Go to While Castle"

4. Dr. Phil and Shaquille O’Neal, "Scary Movie 4"

5. Kurt Vonnegut, »

- Bryan Enk

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Wtf is Latino at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival?

5 December 2012 12:30 PM, PST | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

Glad you asked.  Now that the entire programming slate has been announced for the 2013 edition of the Sundance Film Festival, let’s take a look at the representation of Latinos in the broadest, most diverse sense, because that is what that ill-defined lump category encompasses.  {Full disclosure:  I work as a Programming Associate for the Festival.  These are not reviews but an insider breaking-it-down preview}

At first glance the Latino representation may not seem obvious.  Nor may it seem as strong as the films and filmmakers from the African-American and Lgbt community representing, or the record breaking number of female directors’ – each group highly visible by their nature.  We may not have a Mosquita y Mari or Filly Brown, two fiction films, which broke out of the festival this past year, but we do have two hugely relevant and urgent documentaries, Narco Cultura which explores the phenomenal music and social culture being shaped and perpetuated by the influence of Mexico’s violent drug cartels, and Who Is Dayani Cristal? an innovative doc-fiction hybrid produced by Gael Garcia Bernal that will hopefully re-divert much needed attention back to the Us/Mexico border.  By the way, Who is Dayani Cristal? screens in the high profile Day One slot.

What’s Latino anyway?

I personally embrace the responsibility of changing the conversation as to what constitutes representing American Latinos.  First, by focusing on both the above-the- line-talent (filmmaker or actor) And storyline/subject.  The second part is highlighting the second, third, fourth and so-on generations of filmmakers. What about the filmmakers in the festival like Kyle Patrick Alvarez (C.O.G),  Liz W. Garcia (The Lifeguard) and Eduardo Sanchez (S-vhs horror anthology and co-director of the infamous Blair Witch Project)? I don’t know these filmmakers personally so I can’t speak to how they might view their cultural identities and how it informs their work, if at all. But I do believe it is worth pointing out and feeling good about these last names being out there as part of the mainstream fabric.  It is similar to how Robert Rodriguez does not identify himself as a Mexican-American yet his last name has been key to driving the younger Latino generation in feeling a proud connection as an American and not just “dash” American.

Chile is still hot

There are three films from Chilean filmmakers.  In unprecedented fashion – because that’s how Sundance likes to roll- there is a repeat of last year with two in competition, El Futuro by Alicia Scherson (mostly taking place in Italy) and Magic Fairy by Sebastian Silva, an alumnus who broke out in 2009 with La Nana. In the section Spotlight aka “Movies we love and don’t care if they’ve traveled the festival circuit”, is Pablo Larrain’s No starring Gael Garcia Bernal.  Chilean cinema is hot and king of engrossing character-driven fare.  What we are seeing is a boom on two fronts; an invigorating new generation of provocateurs (Marialy Rivas’s Young & Wild comes to mind) and a slightly older generation of equally exciting filmmakers who continue to sustain their careers with their distinct voice (like Pablo Larrain along with Andres Wood).

So now lets dive in and look at the list.  Loglines copied from official press release – Bold Italics are my comments.

Us Dramatic Competition

Fruitvale / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Ryan Coogler) — The true story of Oscar, a 22-year-old Bay Area resident who crosses paths with friends, enemies, family and strangers on the last day of 2008. Cast: Michael B. Jordan, Octavia Spencer, Melonie Diaz, Ahna O’Reilly, Kevin Durand, Chad Michael Murray.

Puerto-Rican Diaz delivers a fiercely moving performance embodying the girlfriend of Oscar Grant who was with him that fateful day.   Diaz is no stranger to the festival. She’s previously been at the festival with four films including seminal indie American Latino story, Raising Victor Vargas 2002 and comedies like Hamlet 2 20008.  Why homegirl hasn’t gotten more props for her mad acting skills I don’t know, but this girl is wildly talented and Fruitvale showcases her dramatic chops.

Us Documentary Competition

Narco Cultura / U.S.A. (Director: Shaul Schwarz) — An examination of Mexican drug cartels’ influence in pop culture on both sides of the border as experienced by an La narcocorrido singer dreaming of stardom and a Juarez crime scene investigator on the front line of Mexico’s Drug War.

Absolutely arresting photography that works in giving weight to the violent images the public has become numb from seeing.  I predict some of my hard core brown and proud friends might focus and hence diminish this film based on the fact that this bi-cultural, Mexican-American subject is made by non-Latino filmmakers. It could be argued as a valid point.  When it comes to documentaries a legit question to make when evaluating is “What makes This person the right one to tackle This subject?   What is their connection?”  Let’s watch it to find out, then give consideration to what other docs are currently out there on this same timely topic made by Latinos, and without bias regard their depth and artistic merit.  

World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Crystal Fairy / Chile (Director and screenwriter: Sebastián Silva) — Jamie invites a stranger to join a road trip to Chile. The woman’s free and esoteric nature clashes with Jamie’s acidic, self-absorbed personality as they head into the desert for a Mescaline-fueled psychedelic trip. Cast: Michael Cera, Gabby Hoffmann, Juan Andrés Silva, José Miguel Silva, Agustín Silva. World Premiere. Day One Film

This marks Sebastian’s third appearance at the festival following La Nana and Gatos Viejos. Remember what I said about character driven?  Silva excels at getting at spilling out the insides of his protagonists. 

The Future / Chile, Germany, Italy, Spain (Director and screenwriter: Alicia Scherson) — When their parents die, Bianca starts to smoke and Tomas is still a virgin. The orphans explore the dangerous streets of adulthood until Bianca finds Maciste, a retired Mr. Universe, and enters his dark mansion in search of a future. Cast: Manuela Martelli, Rutger Hauer, Luigi Ciardo, Nicolas Vaporidis, Alessandro Giallocosta. World Premiere

Scherson’s last film, Turistas screened at various film festivals including the Los Angeles Film Festival in 2009.  Shot in another country and in a different language, The Future continues the filmmaker’s incisive capturing of the strong female led journey.

 World Cinema Documentary Competition

Who is Dayani Cristal? / United Kingdom (Director: Marc Silver) — An anonymous body in the Arizona desert sparks the beginning of a real-life human drama. The search for its identity leads us across a continent to seek out the people left behind and the meaning of a mysterious tattoo. World Premiere. Day One Film

An extraordinary cinematic and symbolic approach to the border crossing genre, this meta reflexive journey retraced by none other than Gael Garcia Bernal imagines the grueling experience of a migrant and who he might have been.  Bernal has been lending his star power to the social justice causes that move him and you can tell its genuine.

New Frontier

Halley / Mexico (Director: Sebastian Hofmann, Screenwriters: Sebastian Hofmann, Julio Chavezmontes) — Alberto is dead and can no longer hide it. Before surrendering to his living death, he forms an unusual friendship with Luly, the manager of the 24-hour gym where he works as a night guard. Cast: Alberto Trujillo, Lourdes Trueba, Hugo Albores

As unsettling it is watch, its as deep to ponder, this incredibly-shot first feature had its world premiere at the Morelia Film Festival and its inclusion in the most daring section of the festival speaks to the highly diverse and radical new cinema coming from Mexico.

Spotlight

No / Chile, U.S.A. (Director: Pablo Larraín, Screenwriter: Pedro Peirano) — When Chilean military dictator Augusto Pinochet calls for a referendum to decide his permanence in power, the opposition persuades a young advertising executive to head its campaign. With limited resources and under scrutiny, he conceives a plan to win the election. Cast: Gael García Bernal, Alfredo Castro, Antonia Zegers, Luis Gnecco, Marcial Tagle, Néstor Cantillana.

There have been many films about the Pinochet regime and its wide-reaching after effects.  But none have had as unique an entry point as No. Trust.

Midnight

We Are What We Are / U.S.A. (Director: Jim Mickle, Screenwriters: Nick Damici, Jim Mickle) — A devastating storm washes up clues that lead authorities closer and closer to the cannibalistic Parker family. Cast: Bill Sage, Ambyr Childers, Julia Garner, Michael Parks, Wyatt Russell, Kelly McGillis.

Okay, I only include this because this is based on the Mexican cult hit, Somos Lo que Hay by Jorge Michel GrauJim Mickle of Stakeland has promised to “Not Fuck it Up per Twitch interview

To cap off the features;  Stalwart Spanish actor Alfred Molina is in Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes by Francesca Gregorini in Us Dramatic Competition, and we have a strong acting splash by Marcus DeAnda, a co-lead in Pit Stop directed by Yen Tan and co-written by David Lowery.  The film about two gay working class lovers in small town Texas is in the Next section.

And lets not forget about shorts!

Short Film Competition

Broken Night / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Guillermo Arriaga) — A young woman and her four-year-old daughter drive across desolated hills. Everything looks fine and they seem to enjoy the ride, until an accident sends them into the nightmare of darkness.

Ever since writing and directing team Arriga and Innaritu broke up (Amores Perros, Babel) Arriaga has been trying to make his stamp directing his own material.

The Companion / Peru (Director and screenwriter: Alvaro Delgado-Aparicio) — On the outskirts of Lima, a young prostitute tends to his father, a fallen-from-grace artisan. However, the young man feels that his efforts are never enough. He tries to break free, but his father’s dependence is stronger than his son’s will.

Intriguing and highly atmospheric gem from Peru!

Chicago? Check.  Mexicans check!  No, but really this intimate glimpse is poetic and moving.

A Story for the Modlins / Spain (Director: Sergio Oksman, Screenwriter: Sergio Oksman) —The tale of Elmer Modlin, who, after appearing in Rosemary’s Baby, fled with his family to a far-off country and shut himself away in a dark apartment for 30 years.

Must see.  Fascinating and inventive ‘Found family photos’  yarn.  

#PostModem / U.S.A. (Directors and screenwriters: Jillian Mayer, Lucas Leyva) — A comedic, satirical, sci-fi pop musical based on the theories of Ray Kurzweil and other futurists, #PostModem is the story of two Miami girls and how they deal with technological singularity, as told through a series of cinematic tweets.

My favorite locos from Miami.  After making the rounds with Life & Freaky Times of Uncle Luke, which played last year, these rump-shakers have been busy with their work in and out of their funky audiovisual collective Borscht Corp.

If you are heading to Park City I highly recommend you register to purchase Advance tickets here.  See you on the mountain!

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- Christine Davila

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21 Sundance hits that tanked at the box office

29 November 2012 9:01 PM, PST | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

As the independent film festival’s lineup is announced, we look back at some of the most notoriously buzzed about flicks — which were Doa at the box office everywhere else

Buried (2010)

Buried seemed like some film-school experiment. When an American truck driver stationed in Iraq wakes up to find himself buried alive inside a coffin, he has only a lighter and a cell phone to meet his captors’ $5 million ransom before he runs out of oxygen. Sundance audiences swooned, and not only because the truck driver in question was soon-to-be Sexiest Man Alive Ryan Reynolds. Lionsgate forked over approximately $3.2 million »

- EW staff

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A Late Quartet

2 November 2012 7:00 AM, PDT | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

A Late Quartet

Directed by: Yaron Zilberman

Cast: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christopher Walken, Catherine Keener, Mark Ivanir, Imogen Poots

Running Time: 1 hr 45 mins

Rating: R

Release Date: November 2, 2012 (Chicago)

Plot: A musical team (Hoffman, Walken, Keener, Ivanir) struggles to keep their focus while preparing their performance of Beethoven’s Opus 131 string quartet in C# Minor.

Who’S It For? Classical music knowledge is not necessary to engage in the drama of this movie. Most of all, A Late Quartet requires patience, both for its glaring flaws and for its smaller concept.

Overall

Like the Jamaican bobsled team in Cool Runnings or a group of acrobats, a string quartet is a concise team that requires focus from all involved performers working at their full potential in order to achieve their complicated goal. Such a harmony can be challenged by natural elements, or in the case of this movie’s professional group, »

- Nick Allen

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Rebecca Hall & Eric Bana's 'Closed Circuit' Gets August 28, 2013 Release Date; 'Lego' Moves Up A Few Weeks

24 October 2012 10:52 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

A couple of release date updates, so get out your day planner and find out why you might have to cancel on your Mom's birthday party... First up, Focus Features has slotted the Rebecca Hall- and Eric Bana-starring "Closed Circuit" for an August 28, 2013 release date, which isn't all that inspiring. Coming right at the end of the summer, it has always been a weird dumping ground for the studio. And for every movie like "The American" or "The Constant Gardener" that has done well in the slot, there are just as many like this year's "For A Good Time, Call..." and "Hamlet 2" that floundered. And generally speaking, the weekend isn't a great one for box office. But nevertheless, we're keeping optimistic about this one. Penned by "Eastern Promises" scribe Steve Knight, Bana and Hall will play Martin and Claudia, lawyers and former lovers, who find their lives »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Ten Asylum Movie Cliches and the Movies That Did Them Best

19 October 2012 11:03 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

This week American Horror Story returned (to record-shattering numbers) for a new season of insanity - set, appropriately enough, in a sanitarium for the criminally insane. Insane asylums have been hotbeds of movie drama for decades, and bring with them their own set of tropes, cliches, and plot devices. We've compiled a few of our favorite asylum fixtures here, and the film that we feel did each the best.

Best Hallucinations: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

You gotta give it to Freddy and Co. for pulling out all the stops in this truly twisted and beloved postmodern slasher classic. Philip's puppet death and the Zha Zha Gabor and Dick Cavett cameos make this one tops for pure Wtf? hallucinatory imagery.

Best "Welcome to the Asylum" Speech: Twelve Monkeys

If I ever get committed to a mental institution, I want Brad Pitt to be my orientation advisor. This »

- brian

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CBS signs script deal with Steve Coogan, Simon Nye for untitled comedy

18 October 2012 8:48 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

CBS has signed a script deal with Steve Coogan and Simon Nye for an untitled comedy project which follows three dads with children from the same mother. According to Variety, Coogan and Nye are scripting and will serve as executive producers alongside Michael Rotenberg. Coogan is best known for his work on films like Shawn Levy's family-targeted Night at the Museum films, the riotous Hamlet 2 (shown above) and of course as Damien Cockburn, the director who gets blown to pieces in Ben Stiller's Tropic Thunder. He can be seen in the romantic comedy Ruby Sparks and is in post-production phase on the animated Despicable Me 2 and the Untitled Paul Raymond Story. Coogan's currently shooting Elaine Constantine's Northern Soul with Antonia Thomas and James Lance. »

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CBS signs script deal with Steve Coogan, Simon Nye for untitled comedy

18 October 2012 8:48 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

CBS has signed a script deal with Steve Coogan and Simon Nye for an untitled comedy project which follows three dads with children from the same mother. According to Variety, Coogan and Nye are scripting and will serve as executive producers alongside Michael Rotenberg. Coogan is best known for his work on films like Shawn Levy's family-targeted Night at the Museum films, the riotous Hamlet 2 (shown above) and of course as Damien Cockburn, the director who gets blown to pieces in Ben Stiller's Tropic Thunder. He can be seen in the romantic comedy Ruby Sparks and is in post-production phase on the animated Despicable Me 2 and the Untitled Paul Raymond Story. Coogan's currently shooting Elaine Constantine's Northern Soul with Antonia Thomas and James Lance. »

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Fix Edukation Now: The Mashup

24 September 2012 11:00 AM, PDT | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

Schools are closing, absentee rates are high and graduation rates are plummeting. Let's face it, folks, education in America is failing.

How do we know this? Because we watch a lot of news. We mean movies.

Here at NextMovie, we're usually all about making you forget about the harsh realities of the world in favor of providing entertainment as a diversion, but we couldn't resist involving ourselves in this vital issue, especially in light of this Friday's new release on the subject, "Won't Back Down," starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis.

Please enjoy the public service announcement above, and pass it on. The children are counting on you.

Movies Included (Click to Stream or Buy):

High School High | Freedom Writers | World's Greatest Dad | Never Been kissed | Clueless | Stand and Deliver| Teachers| Summer School | Lean on Me | Dead Poet's Society | Teen Wolf | Not Another Teen Movie | Donnie Darko | Fast Times At Ridgemont High »

- Kevin Polowy

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Thn’s Guilty Pleasures Day 19: Dick

19 August 2012 4:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Michelle Williams, Kirsten Dunst, Deep Throat and Dick. The perfect combination, surely? No, that’s not my filthy mind, although it’s a perverted ‘foursome’ I’m sure we’d all not say ‘no’ to witnessing. Those are elements that come together and make this comedy an underrated and under-seen gem. Dick was a film I decided to import as one of my first DVD purchases in 1999, having not been able to secure a cinema release here in the UK (taking a further four years to hit the DVD shelves).

That’s thirteen years ago. Time certainly does fly.

It was a purchase I made after seeing a trailer on one of my other newly-acquired shiny discs. To be honest, back then I was buying any old shite, being so taken with a fact that a feature film could come on such a tiny thin plastic circle, as opposed to »

- Craig Hunter

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The Best Films Of 2012...So Far

21 June 2012 6:58 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It feels like only yesterday that we were talking about the best films of 2011, and yet here we are, nearly at the end of June, and we've seen pretty much everything that the first half of the year has to offer. So with the mid-point of 2012 nearly upon us, we thought we'd look over the best films we've seen in theaters over the last six months.

And it's not been a terrible year so far. There have been a few real stinkers and some disappointments, but there's also been some decent blockbuster fare and a bevy of foreign language and independent films that have been serious treats for filmgoers. How many of these will still be on our year-end lists come December remains to be seen; there's some tough competition on the way. But all in all, the first part of this year at the movies could have been a lot worse. »

- The Playlist Staff

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‘Hamlet 2’ Director Andrew Fleming Takes ‘Guys Night’ Out

1 June 2012 7:43 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Since last giving Steve Coogan a worthy lead comedic performance in Hamlet 2, we’ve been waiting to learn when we’ll see director Andrew Fleming‘s next feature. He’s just wrapping up production on the indie dramedy Barefoot, with Evan Rachel Wood, Scott Speedman, J.K. Simmons and Treat Williams. Now Variety has news on his follow-up.

They report the helmer has signed on to another comedy, one from Millennium Films. Titled Guys Night and written by Chris Baldi, the film follows ”four guys stuck in dead-end jobs and not-much-better relationships who hear about a mystery island off the coast of New Jersey where anything goes. One night, they set off in search of adventure — but everything that can go wrong does.”

The idea of a Lost-esque island right near New Jersey is a concept which seems prime for comedy. I also can’t help but relate The Hangover »

- jpraup@gmail.com (thefilmstage.com)

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The Craft Helmer Andrew Fleming To Direct Comedy Guys Night

1 June 2012 6:34 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Writer-director Andrew Fleming has had a curious career wherein he's helmed such campy comedies as Dick and Hamlet 2, but also the '90s teen-witch drama The Craft and the cutesy, family-friendly crime-caper Nancy Drew. Simply put, it's hard to anticipate where Fleming's next project may take him. He's just wrapped on the romance dramedy Barefoot, in which Evan Rachel Wood plays a psychiatric patient who falls for her doctor, and now Variety reports Fleming has inked a deal with Millennium Films to helm their upcoming comedy Guys Night. Chris Baldi's spec script for Guys Night was purchased by Millennium last fall. The feature focuses on four guys with jobs that are going nowhere and romantic relationships that are less than enviable. So when they hear about a mystifying island off the New Jersey coastline where anything goes, it seems like the perfect guys night out getaway. Of course, »

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Andrew Fleming Goes On A "Guys Night"

31 May 2012 9:31 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Andrew Fleming ("The Craft," "Hamlet 2") is set to helm the comedy "Guys Night" at Millennium Films says Variety.

Chris Baldi penned the story of four guys stuck in dead-end jobs and even less successful relationships who hear about a mystery island off the coast of New Jersey where anything goes.

One night, they set off in search of adventure and everything that can go wrong does. Jim Valdez and Matt Bass are producing. »

- Garth Franklin

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Daniel Schechter on Supporting Characters and Jackie Brown Prequel

18 April 2012 3:05 AM, PDT | WorstPreviews.com | See recent Worst Previews news »

Director Daniel Schechter is currently working on "Switch," a prequel to Quentin Tarantino's "Jackie Brown" that has Jennifer Aniston, Dennis Quaid, John Hawkes and Mos Def on board to star. He is also set to premiere "Supporting Characters" at Tribeca Film Festival this Friday (April 20th). "Supporting Characters," which quickly sold out its first three screenings, has a cast comprised of Alex Karpovsky and Lena Dunham, the stars of HBO's "Girls," plus Tarik Lowe, Arielle Kebbel, Melonie Diaz and Kevin Corrigan. The story revolves around two New York film editors balancing their personal relationships while reworking a movie in crisis. We had the chance to catch up with Schechter, who not only sent us an exclusive clip from "Supporting Characters" and answered a few questions about "Switch," but also gave some advice regarding developing independent films. Check everything out below. Exclusive Clip: Daniel Schechter Interview: Q. How did the »

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Double Fury – Martial Arts Action Film with Cynthia Rothrock Coming Soon

21 February 2012 5:57 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Cool!  56 year old Cynthia Rothrock is back! Rothrock was the undefeated middleweight Kickboxing/Weapons lady champion for five consecutive years and starred in a boatload of Dtv action adventures in the ’80s and ’90s. She has not been in a film since 2004′s Sci-fighter but she’s making a comeback in Double Fury, to be filmed this summer, and I’m kinda jazzed!

Here are the details:

SaintSinner Entertainment (www.saintsinnerent.com) along with Jaunted Productions (www.jauntedproductions.com) is currently in pre-production for a martial arts action film that’ll shoot this summer titled Double Fury.

The film was written and will be directed by Amel J. Figueroa, and stars veteran martial arts action stars Richard Norton (Mr. Nice Guy) and Cynthia Rothrock (China O’Brien), as well as rising stars Cyrus Samson (Night of the Living Dead – 2012), Dennis Ronin (The Sickness), Natalie Amenula (Hamlet 2), Cynthia Housel (Iniquity »

- Tom Stockman

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Cynthia Rothrock and Richard Norton re-team in ‘Double Fury’

21 February 2012 1:03 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Independent film company SaintSinner Entertainment, along with Jaunted Productions are currently in pre-production on a new martial arts action film that’ll shoot this summer titled Double Fury. And I’m excited to see the finished product already!

Why? Well the film, which is written and directed by Amel J. Figueroa (The Quiet Ones) sees veteran martial arts action stars (and my favourite on screen pairing) Richard Norton and Cynthia Rothrock re-teaming once again for the film which follows two estranged brothers brought back together after their father is murdered by a megalomaniacal madman who’s looking for a volatile package in one of their possession that could destroy all that they hold dear.

Double Fury also features a number of rising stars Cyrus Samson (Night of the Living Dead – 2012), Dennis Ronin (The Sickness), Natalie Amenula (Hamlet 2), Cynthia Housel (Iniquity), Rommel Gargoles (Black Ninja) and Laura Lynn Cottrel (The Replacements »

- Phil

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SaintSinner Entertainment to Produce Thriller Twelve of Hearts

30 January 2012 8:25 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

SaintSinner Entertainment Company is looking to kick in the door of the horror genre. Poised to release the film The Quiet Ones in February, the team already has the wheels turning on their next twist-filled horror tale, Twelve of Hearts.

SaintSinner Entertainment looks to be an aggressive contributor to the horror genre, which is always a good thing. To get a look at their current project check out The Quiet Ones website. They also have a presence on Facebook and Twitter (@Ssetweets).

From the Press Release

Independent film company SaintSinner Entertainment is in early pre-production stages for a psychological horror thriller entitled Twelve of Hearts, which is set to star rising star talent like Christine Haeberman ("Scream Queens 2"), Cynthia Housel (Iniquity), Natalie Amenula (Hamlet 2) and Cyrus Samson (Night of the Living Dead - 2012).

Twelve of Hearts follows six females, best friends throughout their entire lives, a particular event »

- Doctor Gash

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