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‘Harold Buttleman’ VOD Review

Stars: John Hawkes, Anita Barone, Stephen Falk, Karen Black, Dan Castellaneta, Stephanie Jane Markham, Ryan Alosio, Rusty Schwimmer, Daryl Hury, Leon Russom, Carlos Jacott, Duane Whitaker, Todd Robert Anderson, Greg Benson | Written and Directed by Francis Stokes

A charming and endearing tale of one mans dare to dream attitude and his willingness to break every bone in his body on the way to that dream… With a beautiful re-scan, from 35mm film, of the classic award-winning comedy, Harold Buttleman: Daredevil Stuntman.

Oscar Nominee John Hawkes (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri) is Harold Buttleman, a sweet, charming and somewhat clueless small town tuxedo salesman who wants to be the next Evel Knievel and he is willing to break every bone in his body to get there. Harold teams up with a couple of friends who share his passion for what he wants to accomplish and they shoot a crude video (made
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Promo and images for Lucifer Season 2 Episode 8 – ‘Trip to Shabby Town’

Fox has released a promo and batch of images for Monday’s eighth episode of Lucifer season two, entitled ‘Trip to Shabby Town’; take a look below…

Lucifer Searches For Azrael’S Blade To Stop The Carnage On An All-new “Lucifer” Monday, November 14, On Fox

After discovering that Azrael’s blade has been stolen by a human, Lucifer quickly connects it with a string of violent stabbings revolving around a local yoga studio. While Chloe investigates the murders, Lucifer enlists Ella’s help in locating the sword to stop the carnage in the all-new “Trip to Stabby Town” episode of Lucifer airing Monday, Nov. 14 (9:01-10:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (L-208) (TV-14 D, L, V)

Cast: Tom Ellis as Lucifer, Lauren German as Chloe, Db Woodside as Amenadiel, Lesley-Ann Brandt as Maze, Kevin Alejandro as Dan, Scarlett Estevez as Trixie, Rachael Harris as Linda Martin, Tricia Helfer as
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Vampire Princess Miyu: Collection DVD Review

Director: Toshihiro Hirano

Starring: Miki Nagasawa,Dorothy Elias-Fahn, Kimberly Brown, Megumi Ogata, Wendee Lee, Mika Kanai, Francesca Catalano, Shinichiro Miki, Ryan Alosio, Chiharu Tezuka, Anjuli Cain, Kokoro Shindou, Emmanuelle Chriqui.

Running Time: 650 minutes

Certificate: 12

Judging by the plots present in anime, I’m guessing almost everyone in Japan is possessed or inhabited by some form of demon. It may not be the ideal way to live, but it certainly results in some exciting tales. Vampire Princess Miyu follows a vampire princess called Miyu, who works as a guardian on Earth. Her job is to round up and disperse stray Shinma (shape shifting monsters that take on human form). Each episode sees Miyu having to battle a different Shinma, but Vampire Princess Miyu is so much more than just a monster-of-the-week show, as it surpasses its peers in just about every way imaginable.

The most striking thing about Vampire Prinincess Miyu
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Drifter in Movie Limbo

Drifter was completed in 2007 by Epic Pictures, yet the picture is still looking for distribution even with an enticing trailer and coherent synopsis. Unfortunately for the characters in the film they are not very coherent and left to die in a wide desert landscape. Each person in the film has a surgical scar with no understanding of how they got into their present situation. The film's trailer shows some excellent cinematography and the desert landscapes just seem to equate to loneliness and isolation. These are two good elements to add to a thriller and those who like: "the Cube trilogy, Saw, The Killing Room," might also like this film (Quiet). A distribution co' needs to pick up this film for fans pronto (more details below)!

The synopsis for Drifter here:

"Four characters wake in a desert, disoriented and lost with no clue where they are or how they got there.
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Second Try for a Release of Roel Reine's Primal

The European Film Market is a gathering of producers, directors, and film enthusiasts that begins February 12 with panel discussions. To host a series of international horror films the Efm has already announced Caterpillar from Koji Wakamatsu will have a world premiere along with an international premier of The Killer Inside Me. Promoting films of all types to buyers, an early sneak peak can be seen of what the market has to offer. Below you will find the first trailer for Primal aka The Lost Tribe, which will be seen in Berlin. The trailer is for mature audiences only, as the short clip shows nudity, violence, an blood effects that should only be seen after at least one morning coffee. No kidding folks, the clip is brutal! Stay tuned on further developments on the Efm as the beginning of the market nears.

Release Date: February 2010.

Director: Roel Reiné.

Writer: Mark E. Davidson.
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