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"Baby Geniuses and the Mystery of the Crown Jewels"

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Now available, Anchor Bay Entertainment has released "Soul Surfer" director Sean McNamara's family comedy "Baby Geniuses and the Mystery of the Crown Jewels" on DVD, starring Jon Voight, Sklyer Shaye, Casey Graf and Andy Pandini :

"...hidden beneath 'Bobbins Daycare' in Washington DC is the top-secret headquarters of 'The Baby Squad', where super genius babies use their secret baby language to solve mysteries all over the world. And when an evil genius baby steals the 'Crown Jewels' from 'The Tower Of London', the toddler team – along with 'Aunt Kylie' – zaps across the globe to investigate. It’s a mission filled with amazing gadgets, awesome inventions, international intrigue and hamburgers, too. But can a pint-sized mastermind with a huge plan for world domination outsmart our government’s brainiest diapered detectives?..."

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Whatever Happened To Pete Blaggit? The British Indie Hit Comes To DVD

With the British indie film scene on the rise, March 2012 sees the release of one of its most intriguing and successful stories to date, that being the genre mash up Whatever Happened To Pete Blaggit?, hailed as Shaun Of The Dead meets Donnie Darko.

Pete Blaggit (Rob Leetham) who shoots wedding videos with his brother Eugene (comedian Andy Pandini) and friend Clive (Coronation Street’s Adam Rickitt) leads a miserable existence, living with his ex-wife (co-producer Gabrielle Amies) and watching much happier couples have the best day of their lives over and over. Well its slowly killing the man, and the alcohol doesn’t help. When he thinks his life just can’t get any worse Pete is thrown into a dark, twisted adventure, encountering alien abductions, time travel and a seedy criminal underworld. Will all this change his simple life for the better or will Pete Blaggit stay the
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Harold’s Going Stiff | Review - Austin Film Festival 2011

Director: Keith Wright Writer: Keith Wright Starring: Stan Rowe, Sarah Spencer, Phil Gascoyne, Andy Pandini, Richard Harrison, Molly Howe, Eleanor James The last thing the world needs is another zombie movie. But Harold’s Going Stiff has a mad spark of genius behind it. Why not fuse the zombie genre with the kind of sober, earnest documentary you might see about a pressing public health concern on British television? In fact, this film succeeds by embracing that uniquely English tendency to deny and repress, to shudder at the messy, and come up with all manner of euphemisms to disguise the unpleasant. The result is a subversive, hilarious mock documentary about a new medical affliction called Onset Rigors Disease (Ord) that has been striking the male population of rural England. Ord begins with a stiffness in the limbs that becomes so debilitating that its victims begin to lurch around. Phase 2 sufferers exhibit mental impairment (i.
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Austin programs “Kevin,” “Albert Nobbs” – Awards Alley

By Sean O’Connell “Albert Nobbs,” “We Need to Talk About Kevin,” and a regional premiere of DreamWorks’ anticipated animated sequel “Puss in Boots” are the highlights of the first wave of programming for the Austin Film Festival, which were announced this morning.

The first two films harbor serious awards aspirations, and will stop in Austin after screening at such prestigious festivals as Cannes and Toronto.

The 2011 film lineup includes several world, U.S., and regional premieres in all genres ranging from comedy to horror, documentary to drama. Filmmakers from around the world and Texas alike will showcase everything from obscure indie films to big-budget Oscar-bound productions.

This year’s festival runs October 20-27 in Austin, Texas.

The complete list of films screening at Aff this year, including short films and competition titles, will be announced in mid-September. Cast and crew attendance is subject to change and
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Blimey, Harolds Going Stiff in New Brit Zombie Comedy Outing

Writer/director Keith Wright's 'Harold's Going Stiff' isn't the tale of a viagra enduced Oap, but a new Brit zombie comedy horror about a pensioner who is slowly becoming zombified. The low budget Frisson Film production stars Stan Rowe in the title role alongside Sarah Spencer, Eleanor James, Andy Pandini, Molly Howe, Roger Bingham, Jane Hardcastle, Lee Thompson, Phil Gascoyne and Michaela Anne Rowe. Check out what director Wright had to say below and don't forget to check out the new promo over at the official website. There's also a batch of stills for you to cast your eyes over....
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