11 items from 2015
Lydia Hearst is a star on the rise. With movies like "Cabin Fever: Patient Zero" and "The Barber" under her belt, she is one to watch. Now, she's showing off her acting skills in the horror movie "Condemned."
To celebrate her new movie, she told us the five movies she watches during a weekend in.
Be sure to check out "Condemned," out Friday, November 13. »
- Rachel Horner
Title: The Barber Arc Entertainment Director: Basel Owies Writer: Max Enscoe Cast: Scott Glenn, Chris Coy, Stephen Tobolowsky, Kristen Hager, Max Arciniega, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Lydia Hearst Running Time: 95 minutes, Rated R (language, violence, sensuality) Special Features: Alternate Ending; 4 Deleted Scenes; 2 Extended Scenes; Trailer In the early 90s, a serial killer targeted 17 women, some whom were fount buried alive. Thomas McCormack, the detective working on the case felt he failed when the suspect Francis Visser (Scott Glenn) got off due to lack of evidence, and killed himself, leaving behind a son. Twenty years later, his son John (Chris Coy) goes looking for Visser whom is now [ Read More ]
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London/La-based outfit The Little Film Company has added a hat trick of titles to its slate on the eve of the Cannes Marche.
They play a serial killer masquerading as a small town barber and a young man looking to get into the business of murder.
The film centres on a young man with mental health issues who becomes intimate with a suicidal flight attendant before his obsessive mother enlists a dysfunctional cop to separate them.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Rosser)
Arc Entertainment's The Barber starring Scott Glenn is a slow-burn thriller about two men concealing secrets that partake in a game of cat-and-mouse. The film has just recently made its Blu-ray and DVD debut, and thanks to the awesome folks at Arc Entertainment, we've got a Barber-inspired prize pack looking for a new home.
One lucky reader who participates in this contest will take home The Barber on Blu-ray and a shaving kit, which includes a shaving soap bar, aftershave, and a handmade shaving brush. For a chance to win this prize pack, please fill out and submit the short entry form below. The odds of winning can be increased each and every day you stop back to enter again for as many days as the contest is open.
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Eugene van Wingerdt (Scott Glenn) is a small-town barber hiding a dark secret. »
In The Barber, Scott Glenn (Daredevil, Silence of the Lambs) returns to the serial killer thriller, playing a small town stylist with a dark past which reemerges when a young upstart wants to learn the ways of murder. Shock Till You Drop presents an uncomfortable new clip from the film, as Glenn watches over a…
- Samuel Zimmerman
You saw him in Daredevil, a blind martial arts master who taught Matt Murdock when he was a child, and comes to Hells Kitchen to track down the Yakuza brought from Japan called Black Sky. Now you can see Scott Glenn in Basel Owies' thriller The Barber. We have three Blu-rays to give away to TwitchFilm readers in the U.S.Eugene van Wingerdt (Scott Glenn) is a small-town barber hiding a dark secret. Twenty years earlier he was arrested due to insufficient evidence. The detective in charge of the case killed himself in despair. Now the detective's son is in town, with a few secrets of his own. Is he seeking revenge or hoping to learn at the feet of the master? Through the film's myriad...
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The Barber, which is currently in select theaters and on VOD, tells the tale of Eugene van Wingerdt (Scott Glenn), a small-town barber hiding a dark secret. Twenty years earlier he was arrested for several gruesome murders, but was released due to insufficient evidence. The detective in charge of the case killed himself in despair. Now the detective’s son is in town, with a few secrets of his own. Is he seeking revenge or hoping to learn at the feet of the master? Through the film’s myriad twists and turns, you’ll realize there’s much more to evil than you ever could image.
Recently, Wamg got to ask star Scott Glenn a few quick questions about the film, which comes out on Blu-Ray and DVD April 28. Check it out below:
- Melissa Howland
In the dark and unsettling thriller The Barber, a young man shows up in a small town, having tracked down a local barber, named Eugene van Wingerdt (Scott Glenn), who he believes is hiding a dark secret. Throughout the film’s twists and turns, you’ll keep trying to put the pieces together, always wondering if you’ve truly unlocked any of the mystery. At the film’s press day, held in barber’s chairs at Sweeney Todd’s Barber Shop in Los Angeles, actor Scott Glenn spoke to Collider for this exclusive interview about being attracted to the unpredictability of this story, wanting to get the thumbs up from his wife before signing on, why he likes being surrounded by the energy of young people on set, and bringing the vision of first-time feature director Basel Owies to life. He also talked about signing on for Marvel’s Daredevil »
- Christina Radish
“The Barber” is a slick but ultimately underwhelming psychochiller in which a younger man stalks the older serial killer whose evasion of justice scarred the former’s life. Unlikely to win much critical or word-of-mouth support, this decreasingly suspenseful pic will be much more widely seen via VOD than in its simultaneous limited March 27 theatrical launch. Its primary point of interest may be its status as the first release from Orange County-based Chapman U.’s “sustainable, fully functioning independent film production company,” a detail that’s rather more compelling than anything in this lurid thriller.
A prologue shows a screaming young woman being buried alive; she’s one of apparently 17 such victims in the Chicago area. Suspect Francis Alan Visser (Scott Glenn) is arrested, but let go because of tampered evidence — something that results in the suicide of the investigating police officer responsible.
Twenty years later, Francis is living under »
- Dennis Harvey
Shot in hazy shades of grey-blue browns and unfolding with the deliberate, stalking pace of a hunter trying to keep silent before a moonlight kill, “The Barber” is a modest but satisfying thriller that’s a little obsessed with its own themes but still gets out of its own way when the time comes. The directorial debut of Basel Owies, “The Barber” begins with a brief flashback to Illinois in the late ’90s explaining that, despite the questioning of a person of interest, the Chicago police have no leads in the serial slaying of several young girls. The lead detective, »
- James Rocchi
You’ve officially cemented your place in pop culture when you’ve been spoofed and The Walking Dead is the target a new horror comedy called The Walking Deceased. Today, Arc Entertainment has announced that they acquired North American rights to the movie and we expect to see it infect VOD and DVD this year:
“Los Angeles (January 28, 2015) – Arc Entertainment has acquired all North American rights to the hilarious horror spoof The Walking Deceased. Directed by Scott Dow and written by Tim Ogletree, the film stars Dave Sheridan (Scary Movie, Ghost World), Joey Oglesby (Fruitvale Station, NBC’s Friday Night Lights) and Tim Ogletree (Supernatural Activity). The deal was announced today by Arc Entertainment’s Head of Acquisitions Scott Moesta.
“We are extremely excited to release this film that explores a fresh comedic perspective of iconic zombie stories that we have all come to love,” said Moesta. “Dave Sheridan and »
- Jonathan James
11 items from 2015
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