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Official Trailer for Jack Fessenden's 'Stray Bullets' Crime Thriller Film

30 December 2016 2:03 PM, PST | | See recent news »

"My understanding is we've got a bit of a situation..." A trailer has debuted for a film titled Stray Bullets, from young filmmaker Jack Fessenden, son of Larry Fessenden. Not to be confused with the comic book series Stray Bullets, this crime thriller is about two teenaged boys who end up in a fight against a hitman while being held hostage by three criminals they discover hiding out in their father's old mobile home. Jack Fessenden stars along with Asa Spurlock, including James Le Gros, John Speredakos, and Kevin Corrigan, with an appearance by Larry Fessenden. This looks solid, better than expected for a first film. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Jack Fessenden's Stray Bullets, found on YouTube (via Tmb): In upstate New York, two teenage boys (Jack Fessenden, Asa Spurlock) are tasked with cleaning out their father's old mobile home on an abandoned property, but the »

- Alex Billington

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Jodorowsky actor to debut film at new co-pro event

22 August 2016 4:29 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Jodorowsky actor directorial debut to be presented at new co-production event; Reygadas curates for Filmfest Hamburg.

Argentinian actor Leandro Taub’s directorial debut The Dream of the Guest and Slovenian filmmaker Jan Cvitkovic’s new feature film Mercedes Fire Horse are among the projects to be presented at a new co-production event, the Matchbox Coproduction Lounge, during this year’s Oldenburg International Film Festival (Sept 14-18).

Matchbox’s inaugural edition will also present Buddy Giovinazzo’s Potsdamer Platz which had been the last project, which the late Tony Scott had optioned to direct.

Taub, who was a lead actor in veteran Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Cannes competition film Endless Poetry this year, wrote the screenplay for the comedy drama which centres on how a family’s life changes dramatically when a special guest, claiming to be building a space ship, moves into their home to “confront them” with his strong belief in the possibility of the »

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Icons of Fright Chats The Mind’S Eye With Actor John Speredakos!!

8 August 2016 9:01 PM, PDT | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Horror films have introduced us to quite the amount of terrific yet psychopathic doctors throughout the years and the latest film from Joe Begos, The Mind’S Eye, is most definitely no exception.  Today I got to sit down with actor John Speredakos, to discuss what it’s like to play an evil scientist, work with the infamous Larry Fessenden, and what it’s like to re-enact telepathic powers while doing your best to avoid you own head exploding in real life.


Shannon McGrew:  Hi John!  Thanks for sitting down with me today to talk about your latest role.  For those who are not familiar with your character, Dr. Michael Slovak in The Mind’S Eye, could you tell us a little bit about him and what interested you in the role?


John Speredakos: Well, I think any actor I know would be interested in this role because on »

- Shannon McGrew

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