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DVD Review: Re-Cut

Re-cut

Stars: Ross Kohn, Meredith Phillips, Austin Basis, Jeff Kober, Tim De Zarn | Written by Fritz Manger, Dylan Manger | Directed by Fritz Manger

Aspiring filmmakers Adam (Kohn) and David (Basis) travel halfway across the Us to shoot a documentary on former reality star turned reporter Meredith Phillips, played in meta fashion by former reality star Meredith Phillips. Turning the pair down, the duo think all is lost – that is until Phillips is given a new assignment: uncover the mystery behind the death of a pair of twins in their family’s barn. Without a crew, Phillips ropes in the two young filmmakers with the promise that they’ll get their documentary along the way. So the trio head off to the site of the murders, which like any good horror movie is a creepy small town in the middle of Nowheresville, USA…

Taking a leaf out of the book of Blair Witch,
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What To Buy this Week: DVD and Blu-ray releases for April 18th

It’s another packed week of DVD and Blu-ray releases, here’s the rundown of what’s available to buy from today, April 18th 2011.

Tron Legacy (DVD/Blu-ray)

When Flynn, the world’s greatest video game creator, sends out a secret signal from an amazing digital realm, his son discovers the clue and embarks on a personal journey to save his long-lost father. With the help of the fearless female warrior Quorra, father and son venture through an incredible cyber universe and wage the ultimate battle of good versus evil.

Little Fockers (DVD/Blu-ray)

Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) has finally begun to earn the respect of his ex-cia father-in-law, Jack Byrnes (Robert DeNiro) but one important test still lies ahead: will Greg prove that he has what it takes to be the family’s next “Godfocker” … or will the circle of trust be broken for good? Review.

The Chaperone (DVD
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Trailer: Re-Cut

Director Fritz Manger’s Re-Cut, a “found footage” slasher film, that when twin girls are found dead in their family’s barn, reality star turned TV-reporter Meredith Phillips and her de-facto camera crew are dispatched to rural Wisconsin to investigate the gruesome deaths, has scored a new trailer.

Looks great, huh?

No official release date yet, but check out the official site here.
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17th Annual Austin Film Festival Lineup Announced

Always one of the most enjoyable events of the year, the 17th Austin Film Festival is gearing up to kick-off next month.

The annual event takes place from October 21-28 in Austin, Texas with movies such as Natalie Portman's "Black Swan" on the docket.

With other films set to screen including "Meek's Cutoff," "127 Hours," and "Fair Game," the full lineup is as follows:

Marquee Screenings

"127 Hours" – Danny Boyle (Writer/Director), Simon Beaufoy (Writer) – (Regional Premiere)

"Black Swan" – Darren Aronofsky (Director), Andres Heinz (Writer), John McLaughlin (Writer) – (Regional Premiere)

"Peep World" – Barry W. Blaustein (Director), Peter Himmelstein (Writer) – (U.S. Premiere)

"Bloodworth" – Shane Dax Taylor (Director), W. Earl Brown (Writer) – (World Premiere)

"Blue Valentine" – Derek Cianfrance (Writer/Director), Joey Curtis (Writer), Camille DeLavigne (Writer) – (Regional Premiere)

"Exporting Raymond" – Phil Rosenthal (Director) – (World Premiere)

"Fair Game" – Doug Liman (Director), Jez & John-Henry Butterworth (Writers) – (Regional Premiere)

"High School" – John Stalberg (Writer/Director
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'Black Swan,' '127 Hours' to Austin Fest

'Black Swan,' '127 Hours' to Austin Fest
The Austin Film Festival has unveiled the program for its 17th edition, which runs October 21-28.

"Black Swan," "127 Hours," "Peep World," "Meek's Cutoff," "Conviction," "Brother's Justice," "Fair Game," and many more, including 23 U.S. and world premieres and a handful of locally-made projects, will screen at the fest. The opening, centerpiece and closing night films have not yet been announced.

Festival line-up is below:

Marquee Screenings

"127 Hours" – Danny Boyle (Writer/Director), Simon Beaufoy (Writer) – (Regional Premiere)

"Black Swan" – Darren Aronofsky (Director), Andres Heinz (Writer), John McLaughlin (Writer) – (Regional Premiere)

"Peep World" – Barry W. Blaustein (Director), Peter Himmelstein (Writer) – (U.S. Premiere)

"Bloodworth" – Shane Dax Taylor (Director), W. Earl Brown (Writer) – (World Premiere)

"Blue Valentine" – Derek Cianfrance (Writer/Director), Joey Curtis (Writer), Camille DeLavigne (Writer) – (Regional Premiere)

"Exporting Raymond" – Phil Rosenthal (Director) – (World Premiere)

"Fair Game" – Doug Liman (Director), Jez & John-Henry Butterworth (Writers) – (Regional Premiere)

"High School" – John Stalberg (Writer/Director
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Unnerving New Trailer for Indie Flick Re-Cut

There's just something so sinister about the sound of a child's voice when singing. Hell, if The Shining proved anything, it's that little kids just standing around can be frightening when in the right hands! Both of those elements are present and accounted for in the latest trailer for the upcoming indie film Re-Cut ... and so much more!

Check out the plot crunch, the trailer, and the one-sheet for Fritz Manger's Re-Cut below. For more check out the official Re-Cut website here!

Synopsis

When twin girls are found dead in their family's barn, an aspiring reporter and her de-facto camera crew are dispatched to rural Wisconsin to investigate the gruesome deaths. In their relentless drive to break the story, the reporters become entangled in a deadly mystery and uncover the small town's shocking secret.

Edited together from the crew's multiple cameras, the film documents their struggle to survive the
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