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Film Review: ‘Braven’

Film Review: ‘Braven’
Some of the most impressive first features are those that don’t appear to be first features at all – that, instead, seem like the work of a seasoned pro who commits fully to familiar material, and somehow reinvigorates clichés and conventions. “Braven” marks the directorial debut of Lin Oeding, a veteran stunt coordinator and second unit director whose credits run the gamut from high-end studio projects (“The Equalizer,” “Inception”) to guilty-pleasure genre pastiches (“The Baytown Outlaws,” “Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning”), so it’s hardly surprising that the fight scenes and run-and-gun clashes here are brutally efficient and efficiently brutal. What is unexpected is Oeding’s confidently unhurried, no-sweat approach to introducing characters and connections, and his straightforward, almost aggressively non-flashy attentiveness to such niceties as spatial relationships and cause-and-effect details during the rough stuff. If Don Siegel or John Sturges had lived long enough to try his hand at a VOD-centric melodrama, it probably
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Win Vikings: The Complete Third Season On DVD

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To celebrate the release of the high octane action-drama Vikings: The Complete Third Season, available on DVD from 2nd November 2015, we have an amazing 10 copies to give away courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

Season Three begins with Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis FimmelThe Baytown Outlaws, Warcraft) as King as he leads his people to an uncertain fate on the shores of Wessex.

Ragnar and his Norsemen must come together as relationships are strained and loyal friendships questioned.

Also starring Clive Stadden (Hammer of Gods) as Ragnar’s brother, Gustaf Skarsgård (The Way Back) as boat builder Floki, Katheryn Winnick (Bones) as shield-maiden and Ragnar’s ex-wife Lagertha, George Blagden (Wrath of the Titans) as the naive and pious Athelstan, Jessalyn Gilsig (Heroes) as enigmatic widow Siggy and Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games) as Ragnar’s son, Bjorn.

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To be in with a chance of winning,
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Legendary’s Supernatural Military Thriller ‘Spectral’ Adds Clayne Crawford

Legendary’s Supernatural Military Thriller ‘Spectral’ Adds Clayne Crawford
Exclusive: Rectify‘s Clayne Crawford has locked in a role in Legendary Pictures’ thriller Spectral. The project, described as a supernatural Black Hawk Down, stars James Badge Dale and is being helmed by first-timer Nic Mathieu. Crawford’s film and TV credits include 24, HBO pilot All Signs of Death, The Baytown Outlaws, The Glades, Jericho, and Justified. He’ll play Sergeant Calvin Toll, a focused but short-fused military lifer. Earlier this month Max Martini also joined the cast. Project originated from a pitch by Ian Fried then was scripted by George Nolfi and rewritten by John Gatins. Legendary’s Thomas Tull and John […]
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Cannes'14: 'Oliver, Stoned' with Double Dutch

As part of their current lineup of films, Jason Moring, President of Double Dutch, recently announced it has acquired international sales rights for the comedy Oliver, Stoned. Double Dutch will begin selling the title in the 2014 Cannes Marché du Film.

The film is directed and co-written by Tom Morris. Jaz Kalkat co-wrote the script. The film stars Seth Cassell (General Education), Brea Grant (Halloween II, The Baytown Outlaws), and Ryan Malgarini (Freaky Friday, Gary Unmarried).

This new comedy follows Oliver, the world's biggest stoner. When Oliver loses a high profile car, he is forced to steal an ice cream truck in pursuit. Desperate and with few options at hand, Oliver enlists his wacky friends to help track down the thief before it's too late.

The feature was produced by Morris, Kalkat, and Elliot Feld of Pelican House Productions. This is the second Pelican House production Double Dutch has acquired, the first being General Education.

"In the tradition of great stoner comedies, Oliver, Stoned is a riotous, high-energy film," says Jason Moring, President of Double Dutch, "Filmgoers are going to laugh until they cry when they see just what Oliver's merry band of misfits are willing to do to help out a friend."

About Double Dutch:

Double Dutch International (Ddi) is a globally recognized sales company, representing high level, cast driven features with strong commercial viability worldwide, across all media platforms. Ddi's brings a fresh look to sales, uniquely blending experience with the flexibility to adapt in today's market reality. We find enthusiastic and creative distribution partners for our producers ensuring maximum exposure and return for each film.
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‘Game of Thrones’ Rules Golden Reel Awards TV Nominations

Game of Thrones” still reigns supreme with the Motion Picture Sound Editors.

The HBO fantasy drama received the most nominations from the Mpse for its upcoming 61st annual Golden Reel Awards. While “Thrones” leads with three, “Boardwalk Empire,” “Breaking Bad,” “The Walking Dead” and “Sons of Anarchy” trail closely behind with two noms each. The Golden Reel Awards take place on Feb. 16 at Los Angeles’ Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites.

Although Mpse announced its film nominations (which included “Gravity,” “12 Years a Slave” and “Captain Phillips”) on Wednesday, it released the TV, computer entertainment, direct-to-video, special venue and student categories on Friday.

Here’s a full list of the nominees:

Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue And Adr Animation In Television:

Fairly OddParents

Supervising Sound Editor: Heather Olsen, Mpse

Gravity Falls

Supervising Sound Editor: Heather Olsen, Mpse

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Supervising Sound Editor: Matthew Wood

Monster High

Supervising
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Patrick secures Us deal

Mark Hartley.s Patrick will get a theatrical release in the Us, handled jointly by Phase 4 Films and Uncork.d Entertainment. A spring 2014 launch is planned for the thriller starring Charles Dance, Rachel Griffiths and Sharni Vinson. Producer Antony Ginnane told If it.s too early to specify the number of screens. He explained the dual distribution arrangement on the grounds that Uncork.d Entertainment.s expertise is in releasing films on Premium Video-on-Demand and convention VoD while Phase 4 Films is well versed in other media. Patrick had its Us premiere last month at the 2013 Fantastic Fest. The deal was negotiated by Bankside Films. Stephen Kelliher with Phase 4.s Larry Greenberg and Katharyn Howe. Bankside pre-sold to a bunch of markets including Germany, Benelux, Argentina, Middle East, Peru and Switzerland. Phase 4.s recent releases include The Baytown Outlaws, which starred Eva Longoria and Billy Bob Thornton, and Generation Um with Keanu Reeves.
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Warcraft gets a December 2015 release date

It looks like Legendary and Universal are hoping to replicate the success of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings and Hobbit series by nailing down a holiday release for its upcoming adaptation of the online fantasy game World of Warcraft, announcing that Warcraft is set to hit cinemas on December 18th, 2015.

Warcraft is to be directed by Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code), and while there's no official cast attached just yet, it's been reported that the likes of Colin Farrell (Fright Night, Total Recall), Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, 2 Guns), Anton Yelchin (Terminator: Salvation, Star Trek Into Darkness), Paul Dano (There Will Be Blood, Prisoners), Travis Fimmel (The Baytown Outlaws, Vikings) and Anson Mount (Straw Dogs, Hell on Wheels) are all in contention.
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More names linked to Warcraft movie

Yesterday it was reported that Legendary Pictures and Atlas Entertainment had offered Colin Farrell (Fright Night, Total Recall) one of the leads in director Duncan Jones' (Moon, Source Code) upcoming fantasy Warcraft, and now Deadline has got its hands on a shortlist of actors said to be on the studio's wishlist for the video game adaptation.

According to the site, Farrell could be joined in the cast of Warcraft by his Fright Night co-star Anton Yelchin (Terminator: Salvation, Star Trek Into Darkness), while other contenders include Paul Dano (There Will Be Blood, Prisoners), Travis Fimmel (The Baytown Outlaws, Vikings), and Anson Mount (Straw Dogs, Hell on Wheels).

There's no word yet on any possible character details but with production set to begin in January ahead of a release in 2015, expect to see plenty of casting news on Warcraft over the coming weeks and months.
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Phase 4, Samuel Goldwyn Partner to Play ‘Short Game’

Phase 4, Samuel Goldwyn Partner to Play ‘Short Game’
Distributors Phase 4 Films and Samuel Goldwyn Films have teamed up to acquire North American rights to Josh Greenbaum’s doc “The Short Game,” skedding the film for a theatrical release next month.

The feature, about eight kiddie golfers training for and competing in the annual Championships of Junior Golf, won an audience award at South By Southwest earlier this year. Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake have signed on as exec producers, joining a list that already includes Timm Oberwelland, John Battsek and David Frankel.

Greenbaum, Rafael Marmor and Christopher Leggett produce the pic from Delirio Films. “Short Game” is the first feature by helmer Greenbaum after amassing a string of TV and short film credits.

The distribution deal was pacted with Phase 4 and Samuel Goldwyn by Josh Braun of Submarine.

Phase 4′s recent titles include Eva Longoria and Billy Bob Thornton starrer “The Baytown Outlaws” and Keanu Reeves topper “Generation Um,
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Phase 4 Snags Rights to ‘Adventures in the Sin Bin’

Phase 4 Films has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to “Adventures in the Sin Bin,” the comedy that bowed last year at the Seattle Intl. Film Festival.

The pic from writer Christopher Storer and tyro helmer Billy Federighi centers on a teen who loans out his retro van — the “Sin Bin” of the title — for his friends’ sexual encounters, while remaining a frustrated virgin himself. Played by Michael Seater, the young man finds himself stuck in a love triangle when he meets a classmate’s girlfriend. Cast also includes Jeff Garlin, Tim Blake Nelson, Gillian Jacobs and Bo Burnham.

Produced by Dante Federighi, the film won a festival award when it preemed in Seattle and also played the Hamptons Intl. Film Fest later that year.

Phase 4′s activities include the sales, marketing, licensing and distribution of movies, TV and other content in the North American market. The company’s
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Local Hero: Dave Terman, Sony Pictures’ Supervising Film Editor

Local Hero: Dave Terman, Sony Pictures’ Supervising Film Editor
Job Description

He’s the honcho of a department that edits hundreds of films each year for broadcast on TV and airlines, re-cutting films to address time constraints and Standards & Practices issues, all while preserving the asset as it travels through the many versions that are created in post-theatrical life. Terman and his team write, edit and direct promo vids, tradeshow sizzle reels and industrials for Sony corporate divisions in addition to editing DVD added-value material, docus, musicvids and screen tests. Terman also works with actors to replace original dialogue with TV-safe alternatives — if actors are unavailable, he auditions sound-alikes to revoice lines — or convinces the original thesps to make it work.

Special Challenges

For “Beverly Hills Ninja” replacement dialogue: “I went to the actor and shot him in the car while we were driving down Pico Boulevard. He just didn’t have time, and I was like, ‘Dude I gotta get you,
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New to Blu-ray: Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One – Avengers Assembled, That Thing You Do!, The Bible, and More

Here’s a brief look at this week’s new Blu-ray titles: The Baytown Outlaws [Blu-ray] - $12.75 (58% off) The Bible: The Epic Miniseries [Blu-ray] - $34.96 (50% off) Hello Dolly! [Blu-ray] - $16.99 (32% off) Hemingway & Gellhorn [Blu-ray] - $19.99 (20% off) John Dies At The End [Blu-ray] - $16.99 (43% off) Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One - Avengers Assembled (10-Disc Limited Edition Six-Movie Collector's Set) [Blu-ray] - $149.49 (32% off) The Sweeney [Blu-ray] - $16.96 (32% off) That Thing You Do! [Blu-ray] - $13.99 (30% off)
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'Avengers' Box Set, 'Hemingway & Gelhorn' and More on DVD and Blu-ray This Week

Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One - Avengers Assembled (10-Disc Limited Edition Six-Movie Collector's Set) Blu-ray After some legal issues the Blu-ray box set for Phase 1 of Marvel's Avengers franchise is available featuring Blu-ray versions (and 3-D versions where applicable) of The Avengers, Captain America: The First Avenger, Thor, Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and The Incredible Hulk for $149.49. Now I don't know about you, but a bunch of plastic stuff and promotional paper is hardly worth spending $25 per title, especially when you know there are more around the corner and sooner or later that briefcase you purchased will be merely collecting dust in the corner. Yet, it's your money, do with it what you will. By the way, did you hear The Avengers 2 will apparently begin filming in the UK at Pinewood-Shepperton studios early next year?

 

Hemingway & Gellhorn Starring Clive Owen and Nicole Kidman, Hemingway & Gellhorn had its
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New DVD Blu-Ray: 'John Dies at the End'

Moviefone's New Release of the Week "John Dies at the End" What's It About? The cult comic horror novel -- about twenty-something slackers who discover an inter-dimensional invasion occurring through the use of a psychoactive drug -- gets a film adaptation that's just as trippy as the story on the page. See It Because: If you're looking for a midnight movie then you'll be hard pressed to do better than the pedigree attached to this one (Paul Giamatti co-stars and the film is directed by Don "Phantasm" Coscarelli) Moviefone's Blu-Ray of the Week "Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One - Avengers Assembled" What's It About? This box set contains (deep breath): "Iron Man," "Iron Man 2," "The Incredible Hulk," "Captain America" (2D and 3D), "Thor" (2D and 3D), and "The Avengers (2D and 3D). See It Because: You need a reason? New on DVD & Blu-ray "The Baytown Outlaws" What's It About?
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New on DVD and Blu-ray: 'Avengers Assembled' and More

This week: The long-delayed "Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One — Avengers Assembled" box set with "Marvel's The Avengers," "Thor," "Captain America: The First Avenger," "Iron Man," "Iron Man 2" and "The Incredible Hulk" plus geek-worthy collectibles is finally here.

Also new this week is the urban coming-of-age drama "Luv," the bath-salts crazy "John Dies at the End" and the horror-comedy "Stitches" featuring a killer clown.

'Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One — Avengers Assembled'

Box Office: $1.75 billion (six movies)

Rotten Tomatoes: N/A

Storyline: This limited edition 10-disc, 6-movie set has both Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D copies of "Marvel's The Avengers," "Thor" and "Captain America: The First Avenger." Also included on Blu-ray only are "Iron Man," "Iron Man 2" and "The Incredible Hulk" encased in a handsome metallic-looking case with collectibles and a bonus disc.

Extras! The movies come packaged with prop reproductions and artifacts from the films, including a glowing Tesseract of your very own.
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New Promo Spot for the History Channel’s Vikings Sails Online

The History Channel has released a new 30-second promo spot for their latest “historical fiction” original scripted TV show “Vikings”, starring Gabriel Byrne and Travis Fimmel (last seen blowing shit up in “The Baytown Outlaws”), not to mention Fox regular Jessalyn Gilsig (“Prison Break”). So what’s it all about? The show will chart the ambitions of young Viking, Ragnar Lothbrok, played by Australian actor Travis Fimmel, who longs to discover civilisations across the ocean. With the help of his jester friend Floki, played by Gustaf Skarsgard (The Way Back), they build a new generation of boats; that are faster, sleeker and more beautifully crafted than anything else on the sea. Here’s the new promo spot, titled, “Legend”. The Vikings conquer all March 3rd on the History Channel
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Interview: End Of Watch's Natalie Martinez

End of Watch arrives on Blu-ray and DVD January 22, and I will be reviewing the Blu-ray this weekend. Directed by David Ayer, the film stars Jake GyllenhaalAnna KendrickAmerica FerreraFrank GrilloMichael Peña, and Natalie Martinez

This week I had the chance to interview the lovely Natalie Martinez (The Baytown Outlaws, Death Race, Broken City), who plays the role of Gabby in the film. Martinez has worked as a model and has starred in numerous TV shows, and films. 

Here is the interview:

Natalie, you got your start doing modelling. What was it like making the jump to television and then into films?

It was just moving from one job to another. I was very fortunate. I was able to go directly from one opportunity to the next, there was no down time for me.

Do you have a certain type of project you look for when deciding to take on a role?
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The Baytown Outlaws Movie Review

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The Baytown Outlaws Movie Review
Title: The Baytown Outlaws Director: Barry Battles Starring: Clayne Crawford, Travis Fimmel, Thomas Brodie Sangster, Daniel Cudmore, Billy Bob Thornton, Eva Longoria, Andre Braugher, Paul Wesley, Zoe Bell, Michael Rapaport, Serinda Swan, Agnes Bruckner A deeply but pleasantly weird sort of Southern Gothic battle royale, “The Baytown Outlaws” is a boisterous, sweat-soaked mash-up of “The Boondock Saints,” “Smokin’ Aces,” “Wild Things” and “Sucker Punch” (minus the latter’s material excess). While stipulating that it is at its core fairly slight — and also constructed of prefabricated parts and characters who, despite their colorful nature, are basically kind of hoary clichés — it’s also hard to deny that director Barry Battles’ zonked-out genre [ Read More ]

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The Baytown Outlaws: Buckwild, the Movie

Even after falsely billing Billy Bob Thornton and Eva Longoria as the stars of this action-packed B-movie extravaganza (as if that would pull in the crowds), the producers and director/co-screenwriter Barry Battles have no need to apologize. This ode to Tarantino, Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, and Jerry Lewis marathons is deliriously silly, frenetically violent, and insanely entertaining, especially for those who prefer Mad Max over The Rules of the Game.

The actual leads are Clayne Crawford, Travis Fimmel, and Daniel Crawford, who respectively play three orphaned siblings who've grown up to be the gun-toting, bemuscled, sweaty hunks Brick, G.I., and the mute former wrestler Lincoln. These charismatic Southern rednecks work for a local sheriff (Andre Braugher) who employs them to slay on the sly his county's criminal elements.

All goes well until the applaudable opening credits, when the bros have a bloody shootout at the wrong address. It could happen to anyone,
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Film Review: The Baytown Outlaws

It almost pains me to waste precious space on my hard drive or even space here on this website talking about the repugnant piece of redneck-sploitation shit-kicking garbage called The Baytown Outlaws. It pains me because I don’t have much to say about it other than it’s really really bad, but it also pains me because I’ve just spent the day going over all the ridiculously good movies from 2012 that have been nominated for Academy Awards that I’m kind of walking around in this numb state of confusion after having to sit through and wrap my head around this trash.

Granted, it never aspired to be more than an ultra-violent Southern Boondocks Saints or Tarantino-at-his-worst rip-off, but it aspired to be an action-comedy and didn’t even come close to being superficially competent enough to fulfill those basic genres. It tries to be funny, but it
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