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Q&A: Marvin Young (aka Young Mc) Discusses Making His Directorial Debut with Justice Served

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One of my all-time favorite movie scenes is when John Candy walks through the house party in Uncle Buck while Young Mc's "Bust a Move" is blasting out of the speakers, so it was an absolute thrill for me to catch up with Young Mc himself, Marvin Young, to discuss his directorial debut Justice Served, a new "what if?" horror thriller that co-stars Lance Henriksen and is out now on DVD and VOD from Breaking Glass Pictures.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Marvin, and congratulations on your new film, Justice Served. How and when did you come up with the idea for the movie?

Marvin Young: It's my pleasure to talk to you. I came up with the concept for Justice Served from watching literally hundreds of movies in preview screenings with critics and live audiences. I got the chance to see
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Prison Break -- Top Takeaways From "Contingency"

Prison Break is back with the episode, "Contingency".  Will we find out who Poseidon is?  What will happen now that Abu Ramal is dead?  How will Sara react to her husband seemingly being a part of Poseidon?  Read on to find out the takeaways from this week's episode.

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Michael had to deny Linc -- This is one that most figured, but it was revealed that Michael had to deny Linc when he and C-Note originally came to Ogygia, because he could not let anyone inside the prison know that he was affiliated with them.  Not a huge surprise, but it provided some clarity.

Michael was forced to join Poseidon -- I had stated earlier in the season that I thought Michael faked his death in order to let everyone else go free.  It turns out that before he married Sara, Poseidon approached him letting him know
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Exclusive: The Trailer for Paul Osborne's Favor

ComingSoon.net is premiering the trailer for Paul ( Ten 'til Noon ) Osborne's new movie Favor , which arrives on VOD and iTunes via Gravitas Ventures on April 22. The film stars Blayne Weaver as Kip Desmond, whose life is upturned when a waitress he's having a fling with is accidentally killed in a motel room, so he turns to his childhood friend Marvin (Patrick Day) to help him get rid of her body. Christina Rose, Cheryl Nichols and Jeffrey Combs co-star. You can check out the movie for yourself when it's available on iTunes on April 22 via this link .
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Eerie First Teaser For Gary King's Horror Film Unnerved

There are a great number of talented people working in the world of independent filmmaking today, and writer / director Gary King is one of them. I had the pleasure of reviewing his last film How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song and subsequently speaking with both him and star / producer Christina Rose. King's new film Unnerved has been made on a very low budget with a crew of only five people. He has reteamed with actor Mark Diconzo (whose performance in Joe Schermann Song impressed me greatly), and the rest of the small cast includes newcomer Katie Morrison and Elena Sanz (Radio London Movie). Consumed by grief after the bizarre death of their young son, Mallory and Frank find their marriage on the verge...

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Do Yourself a Favor and Watch this Trailer

So you've just killed someone and you're feeling all alone in this world. Hey, it happens, right? If you're lucky, you'll be able to call someone to help you out of this horrid situation. That's what friends are for... it's just too bad the road to hell is paved with good intentions.

Below you'll find the first details on director Paul Osbourne's new flick Favor starring Jeffrey Combs, Blayne Weaver, Christina Rose, and Patrick Day. The film will be having its premiere at Phoenix Film Festival on April 5th. Dig on the goods thus far.

Synopsis

Kip Desmond has gotten everything he's ever wanted: a thriving career, beautiful wife, and an affluent lifestyle, all of which is put in jeopardy when Abby, the woman with whom he's having a casual fling, is accidentally killed. Desperate, he ends up on the doorstep of childhood friend Marvin Croat and asks him
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Interview: How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song Producer and Lead Actress Christina Rose

How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song is one of the most delightful films I have seen this year, and the film has just won the Top Prize at the Raindance Film Festival in London where over 6,000 films were submitted. I had the pleasure of chatting with the film's producer and lead actress Christina Rose about performing and filmmaking.  Twitch: Can you tell us a bit about yourself? Christina Rose: I was born in Naples, Italy; coincidentally the same town Sophia Loren was born. And since I've always admired her for breaking so many boundaries I think that is pretty neat. I have a very supportive family; who have been unconditionally encouraging me since I performed in the Nutcracker Ballet at the Fox...
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Stage Tube: Trailer - How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song Premieres in NYC, Nov 1

On November 1st at 730pm at the Landmark Sunshine Cinemas, watch the NYC theatrical premiere of the award-winning movie musical How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Songthe film that's been tearing up the festival circuit around the world. This is a special one-night-only event with writerdirector Gary King and its amazing cast Joe Schermann, Christina Rose, Mark Diconzo, Debbie Williams, Daryl Ray Carliles and Jenn Dees. Watch the movie trailer below
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New Trailer For Gary King’s ‘How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song’; Exclusive Title Reveal For Next Film

Here at the Film Stage, we like to profile up and coming independent filmmakers to broaden the horizon of compelling and diverse cinematic content. One such independent filmmaker is Gary King whose consistent engagement with his audience allowed him to Kickstart his latest film How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song. A seeming love letter to the musicals that influenced and informed his cinematic taste, Schermann Song looks to deliver a unique perspective on the beloved genre. The film stars actress Christina Rose, with whom King worked previously on Death of the Dead, and real life musician/song writer Joe Schermann. Here’s the synopsis from the official website:

Joe (Joe Schermann) dreams of hitting it big on Broadway. After landing an opportunity to write for an Off-Broadway musical, he is forced to cast either the love of his life Evey (Christina Rose) or his newly discovered muse Summer
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Zombie Comedy DeadHeads Arrives on DVD Stateside Next Week

Next Tuesday finally sees the Us release of comedy zombie horror 'Deadheads' on DVD. Courtesy of Freestyle Releasing the Brett and Drew T. Pierce helmed flick starring Michael McKiddy and Ross Kidder as the two zombie slackers Mike and Brent. Amongst the cast is the sexy Natalie Victoria (below) who plays Ellie Masterson, Mike's long lost love as well as a zombie bride. Thomas Galasso, Markus Taylor, Eden Malyn, Benjamin Webster, Harry Burkey, Greg Dow, Christina Rose and Leonard Kelly-Young all co-star and you can pick up the DVD when it hits shelves on 6 March! Check out the DVD artwork below along with a link to our interview with Natalie....
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Zombie Giggles Galore in Your Home as DeadHeads Arrives on DVD this March

Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce's jointly helmed and written horror comedy effort 'Deadheads' will be shuffling its way onto DVD next month and so finally the fresh zomedy can be home owned by you lucky people. 'Deadheads' stars Michael McKiddy, Ross Kidder and the gorgeous Natalie Victoria (below) and Freestyle Releasing will be bringing it to the masses from 6 March when it hits DVD. Thomas Galasso, Markus Taylor, Eden Malyn, Benjamin Webster, Harry Burkey, Greg Dow, Christina Rose and Leonard Kelly-Young all co-star. Click the link below to check out our interview with 'Deadheads' star Natalie Victorie where she reveals all about her character Ellie....
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DeadHeads Star Natalie Victoria Talks Zombies Wth The Horror Asylum

New zombie horror comedy 'DeadHeads', direct from writer/director sibling team Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce is amongst many of the great new features showing at this year's Film4 Frightfest in London in August. The Horror Asylum managed to grab a few words with one its gorgeous stars Natalie Victoria who talks about her character 'Ellie' and her role as the 'zombie bride'! Natalie also chats about her upcoming projects and what she really thinks of the genre. Check out the full interview at the link below! Natalie stars alongside Michael McKiddy and Ross Kidder who play the undead twosome Mike and Brent. And those guys are joined by the likes of Thomas Galasso, Markus Taylor, Eden Malyn, Benjamin Webster, Harry Burkey, Greg Dow, Christina Rose and Leonard Kelly-Young....
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'Death of the Dead' Movie Review

Review by Michael Pickle, MoreHorror.com

One of my favorite things about writing for More Horror is the fact that I get to watch some films that I would have never normally had access to otherwise. This is almost always a good thing. Not true for this week's review of Death of the Dead.

I have never felt the need to fast forward through a movie that I was reviewing until now. Had it not been for the beautiful and talented lead, Christina Rose, I might not have resisted the urge.

I gave the film the benefit of the doubt and waited patiently until the last seconds holding out hope for something entertaining. All I got was bad jokes, bad acting, horrible zombies and even worse writing.

I have a fondness for spoofs like Airplane and Scary Movie and I love hilariously stupid films like the Troma films, but to
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Freaking Cool DeadHeads Poster Revealed Along With A New Plot Synopsis

Writing and directing brother team Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce's cool looking zombie horror comedy 'DeadHeads' will hopefully get picked up sooner rather than later but to aid in it's inevitable buy a brand new synopsis and great looking one-sheet has been revealed which you can check out below! Michael McKiddy and Ross Kidder star as Mike and Brent respectively, the undead-ish duo who decide to take a road trip. Thomas Galasso, Markus Taylor, Natalie Victoria (below), Eden Malyn, Benjamin Webster, Harry Burkey, Greg Dow, Christina Rose and Leonard Kelly-Young all co-star. Check out the new poster, plot info and another look at the trailer below....
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Exclusive: Gary King’s ‘How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song’ Teaser Trailer

Over the last few years I’ve befriended many filmmaker friends via social networks and have had the privilege of interacting with some truly passionate movie makers who do their best to utilize new and emerging tools to help finance and market their films.

One of them stands apart from the pack and that is Gary King, who caught my eye with his previous film What’s Up Lovely, an examination of loneliness and isolation in NYC. That film is available for download via Cinefist and I highly recommend you check it out to see what kind of interesting and different films the real independent movement is capable of.

Hot off the heels of the success of his previous films, Gary decided to go a unique route to finance his next dream project, a mysterious musical entitled How to Write a Joe Scherman Song starring the very talented Christina Rose
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This Week In Trailers: White Irish Drinkers, Mad Bastards, How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song, Kaboom

This Week In Trailers: White Irish Drinkers, Mad Bastards, How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song, Kaboom
Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: I celebrate all levels of trailers and hopefully this column will satisfactorily give you a baseline of what beta wave I’m operating on, because what better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? Some of the best authors will tell you that writing a short story is a lot harder than writing a long one, that you have to weigh every sentence. What better medium to see how this theory plays itself out beyond that than with movie trailers? White Irish Drinkers Trailer It’s not often that I get a slam dunk delivered into my inbox but it happens from time to time
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Brand New Trailer Arrives For Fun Looking Zombie Comedy DeadHeads

Currently in post-production sits writing and directing brother team Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce's fantastic looking horror comedy 'DeadHeads'. Michael McKiddy and Ross Kidder star as Mike and Brent respectively, the undead-ish duo who decide to take a road trip. Much in the vein of other zombie comedies such as 'Shaun of the Dead' I can't wait for this one to hit our screens. Thomas Galasso, Markus Taylor, Natalie Victoria (below), Eden Malyn, Benjamin Webster, Harry Burkey, Greg Dow, Christina Rose and Leonard Kelly-Young all join in the undead fun. Check out the brand new trailer below....
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