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Icon, Alarm Pictures strike distribution pact

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Icon, Alarm Pictures strike distribution pact
Exclusive: Bella Thorne, Rupert Grint, Jerry Ferrara titles among deal.

UK distribution outfits Icon Film Distribution (Ifd) and Alarm Pictures have struck a deal for Ifd to represent all future Alarm Pictures titles for digital, TV and other home entertainment exploitation.

The first titles scheduled for a Q1, 2016 release through Ifd’s digital partners include SXSW comedy Moonwalkers, starring Rupert Grint, Ron Perlman and Robert Sheehan, thriller Big Sky with Bella Thorne, and drama Club Life, featuring Jerry Ferrara, Jessica Szohr and Busta Rhymes.

Also on the slate are Dead Within, The Nymphets, Jamie Marks Is Dead, After The Fall and Enter The Dangerous Mind.

Alex Mandell, former Paramount and Wrekin Hill executive, and founder of Alarm Pictures, said: “I am incredibly excited to being working with the Icon team on my growing and rapidly expanding slate of content. 2016 is due to be a very busy year for Alarm and I am delighted that Icon are my
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Enter The Dangerous Mind – Debuts on Blu-ray April 14th

On April 14th, the filmmaking team of Yousesef Delaraa and Victor Teran (Bedrooms) present the Blu-ray debut of their new thriller Enter The Dangerous Mind on the Well Go USA Entertainment label. Jake Hoffman (The Wolf of Wall Street), Nikki Reed (Twilight franchise), Thomas Dekker (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Jason Priestley (“Beverly Hills, 90210”), Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”) and Scott Bakula (“NCIS: New Orleans”) all star in this terrifying study of mental illness and the destruction unleashed when someone finally snaps.

Enter The Dangerous Mind enters the dangerous mind of Jim (Jake Hoffman) – a socially awkward Edm musician with a traumatic past, a tenuous grip on reality, and voices in his head. Music makes the voices stop and that’s what Jim wants most – to hide away in his apartment, mixing original dubstep beats as a soundtrack to the insanity of daily life. When he meets Wendy (Nikki Reed
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Enter the Dangerous Mind Puts One Character on a Path of Bloodshed: A Preview

Enter the Dangerous Mind is a terrifying new film. Set to release in April, the film was previously called Snap. In 2013, a teaser trailer was released and this year an official trailer has debuted. The film is set to release this April. And, the film stars Thomas Dekker, Nikki Reed, Scott Bakula and Jason Priestley. A preview of the film's home entertainment release is hosted here. From the synopsis, Jim (Jake Hoffman) is a reclusive DJ. His brother pushes him to pursue a beautiful, young social worker. But, Jim is no ladys' man. When the sparks fly, romance turns to bloodshed as a brutal part of Jim's personality is unleashed upon the world! Enter the Dangerous Mind, an acrostic for Edm (electronic dance music), hosts dark settings and themes. The film's official launch trailer brings chaos and mystery to the screen. Fans of indie horror features are encouraged to take
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Enter The Dangerous Mind – An Obsessive Thriller from Well Go USA

From the filmmaking team of Youssef Delara and Victor Teran (Bedrooms) comes the thriller Enter The Dangerous Mind, starring Jake Hoffman (The Wolf of Wall Street), Nikki Reed (Twilight franchise), Thomas Dekker (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Jason Priestley (“Beverly Hills, 90210”), Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”) and Scott Bakula (“NCIS: New Orleans”). Debuting on Blu-ray™ and DVD April 14 from Well Go USA Entertainment and Amplify, the film … Continue reading →

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Exclusive: Thomas Dekker Talks Stepping into the Claustrophobic Chamber for Fear Clinic

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From the Laid to Rest films to Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Thomas Dekker has played a plethora of memorable roles in the horror and sci-fi genres. His performance in Robert Hall’s Fear Clinic is no exception—in his third collaboration with director Hall, Dekker turns in a fascinating performance as Blake, a young man suffering from brain damage and Ptsd after surviving a madman’s public shooting spree.

With Fear Clinic now available on Blu-ray and DVD from Anchor Bay, we caught up with the Dekker to discuss bringing Blake to life in non-vocal ways, his character’s chilling backstory, working with the legendary Robert Englund, facing his own fear during filming, and much more.

What were the challenges of realistically portraying a character with brain damage and Ptsd? Did digging into that role require any in-depth research?

Thomas Dekker: I have to give a lot of credit to Rob Hall.
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Enter The Dangerous Mind Soundtrack Release Details

Featuring Original Music By Reza Safinia

With Performances By Reza Safinia featuring Nothing But Thieves

(January 27, 2015 – Los Angeles, CA) – Lakeshore Records will release the Enter The Dangerous Mind – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally on February 10, 2015. The album features the film’s original score by Reza Safinia (Filly Brown, Mercy) and the songs “In My Head” (Reza Safinia feat. Nothing But Thieves) and “Broken Soul” (Reza Safinia).

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The Fear Monger: M. Night Shyamalan Already Has Another Thriller In The Works

Good day, horror fans. Not much out there is scarier than seeing a giant sci-fi movie (Jupiter Ascending) and a giant fantasy movie (Seventh Son) getting their asses handed to them in the box office by SpongeBob SquarePants. Long live genre efforts! The only thing resembling horror hitting limited theaters and VOD this week is the dubstep-infused psychological thriller Enter the Dangerous Mind. Pop some molly and get on that. In smaller news, it.s been rumored that Nicolas Winding Refn.s The Neon Demon is a film about voodoo and cannibal supermodels, so yay! Oculus director Mike Flanagan.s next film Somnia will hit theaters on May 8th, and Image Entertainment acquired Joe Dante.s Burying the Ex for release this summer. Amanda Seyfried and Theo James signed on for the supernatural thriller Black Lung. And The Guest.s Adam Wingard is reteaming with writer Simon Barrett for a
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Hayden Christensen And Nicolas Cage Soldier ‘Outcast’ To A Limited Weekend Bow: Specialty Preview

Hayden Christensen And Nicolas Cage Soldier ‘Outcast’ To A Limited Weekend Bow: Specialty Preview
The weekend is chalk full of new Specialty releases, though most will likely be low performers in terms of dollars at the box office. Entertainment One is opening Nicolas Cage and Hayden Christensen starrer Outcast with limited runs and will likely find tepid returns at the theatrical box office, though it may shine in the digital/on-demand space where it will also bow this weekend. Documentary Ballet 422 (Magnolia Pictures), meanwhile, has had solid buzz heading into the weekend and should score well in its niche market. Monterey Media is hoping to have traction with stars Wes Bentley, Vincent Piazza and Amber Tamblyn as it opens 3 Nights In The Desert in theaters and on-demand, while Freestyle Releasing is targeting the rom-com crowd for its debut, One Small Hitch. Other Specialty openers this weekend include First Run Features’ doc The Other Man: F.W. de Klerk And The End Of Apartheid In South Africa,
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Exclusive: Clip From Thriller 'Enter The Dangerous Mind' Starring Nikki Reed & Jake Hoffman

Fusing the world of Edm, psychological thriller, and romance might not seem like an obvious choice, but that's the ambitious blend put together by directors Youssef Delara and Victor Teran in "Enter The Dangerous Mind." Today we have an exclusive clip from the upcoming film. Starring Jake Hoffman, Nikki Reed, Thomas Dekker, Jason Priestly, Scott Bakula, and Gina Rodriguez, the story follows a slightly unhinged Edm musician, weighed down a trouble past and voices in his head, who finds possible hope for the future when he strikes up a relationship with a social worker. But soon, he becomes obsessed by his new beau and violence surfaces. However, in the clip below, you can see the more innocent, early stages of the romance, before it goes down a dark path. "Enter The Dangerous Mind" opens on February 6th in theaters and on iTunes.
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Repetitive Thriller Enter the Dangerous Mind Has Too Many Rote Beats Per Minute

Repetitive Thriller Enter the Dangerous Mind Has Too Many Rote Beats Per Minute
As indicated by its title's weak quasi-pun, Enter the Dangerous Mind riffs on the ubiquitous musical form Edm (a/k/a electronic dance music) as popularized by the likes of Skrillex and David Guetta. Yet it quickly becomes clear that the genre is being used by co-directors Youssef Delara and Victor Teran as little more than a trendy hook upon which to hang a narratively repetitive thriller suffused with movie-psycho clichés. A wild-eyed yet nondescript Jake Hoffman (Dustin's son) stars as Jim, a twitchy, reclusive beatmaker saddled with a Tyler Durden–esque imaginary buddy (Thomas Dekker) who pumps crassly misogynist invective into his ear. Jim briefly finds succor in a potential relationship with an inexplicably supportive social-work student (Nikki Reed), b...
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Nikki Reed Says She and Ian Somerhalder 'Have Such an Amazing Future Ahead of Us'

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Nikki Reed Says She and Ian Somerhalder 'Have Such an Amazing Future Ahead of Us'
Ask actress Nikki Reed about her passion for animals and she instantly credits her mom, Cheryl. "From the time I was a little kid, she let us bring in any and everything that needed a home. We had baby coyotes and raccoons and squirrels, anything that needed to be dropper-fed," Reed tells People. "And this was before the Internet, so it was my mom and I at 10 p.m. going to an emergency vet when we didn't have five dollars to our name, just to ask a vet tech what we should do." That love for animals was one of the reasons Reed,
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Nikki Reed Says She and Ian Somerhalder 'Have Such an Amazing Future Ahead of Us'

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Nikki Reed Says She and Ian Somerhalder 'Have Such an Amazing Future Ahead of Us'
Ask actress Nikki Reed about her passion for animals and she instantly credits her mom, Cheryl. "From the time I was a little kid, she let us bring in any and everything that needed a home. We had baby coyotes and raccoons and squirrels, anything that needed to be dropper-fed," Reed tells People. "And this was before the Internet, so it was my mom and I at 10 p.m. going to an emergency vet when we didn't have five dollars to our name, just to ask a vet tech what we should do." That love for animals was one of the reasons Reed,
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Check Out Stills from Enter the Dangerous Mind

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Check Out Stills from Enter the Dangerous Mind
Electronic dance music (Edm) becomes a backdrop for horror in “Enter the Dangerous Mind.” The film, written by Victor Teran aand co-directed by Teran and Youssef Delara stars Jake Hoffman, Nikki Reed, Thomas Dekker, Jason Priestly, Scott Bakula and Golden Globe winner Gina Rodriguez. The film will be in theaters Feb. 6 on iTunes and theaters simultaneously. The film focuses on an Edm musician whose crush unleashes the darker side of his mind. “Enter the mind of Jim (Jake Hoffman) – a socially awkward Edm musician with a traumatic past, a tenuous grip on reality, and voices in his head. When he meets Wendy (Nikki Reed), he thinks he might [ Read More ]

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'Sixth Sense' actor Haley Joel Osment joins Kevin Smith's 'Tusk'

'Sixth Sense' actor Haley Joel Osment joins Kevin Smith's 'Tusk'
The Sixth Sense star Haley Joel Osment has been cast in upcoming indie film Tusk.

The drama comes from Clerks director Kevin Smith.

Tusk will follow Osment in the role of Teddy, a man who loses his best friend and podcast co-host, played by Justin Long, who goes missing in the backwoods of Canada, Deadline reports.

Production on the feature will kick off in November with filming set to take place in North Carolina and La.

Osment has also boarded the independent feature Me Him Her from director Max Landis (Fear Itself).

The film's plot is currently being kept underwraps with Scott Bakula (Snap), Alia Shawkat (Whip It!) and Geena Davis (Beetlejuice) set to star.

Release dates for both indie films have yet to be set.

Osment returns to acting after taking time out to attend Nyu's Tisch School of the Arts.

> 10 greatest scenes from Kevin Smith's comedy classic
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‘Girls’ Star Alex Karpovsky Set for Indie Comedy ‘Folk Hero & Funny Guy’ (Exclusive)

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‘Girls’ Star Alex Karpovsky Set for Indie Comedy ‘Folk Hero & Funny Guy’ (Exclusive)
Indie filmmaker Alex Karpovsky, who plays Ray Ploshansky on HBO’s “Girls,” is attached to star in the comedy “Folk Hero & Funny Guy,” which marks the directorial debut of actor-producer Jeff Grace (“It’s a Disaster”), TheWrap has learned. The movie is a road trip buddy comedy about a struggling stand-up comic who goes on tour to open for his successful singer-songwriter pal. Grace wrote the script and will produce with Ryland Aldrich, a film critic and journalist who recently made his producing debut with the indie thriller “Snap,” which stars Jake Hoffman, Nikki Reed, Thomas Dekker and Scott Bakula.
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Film4 FrightFest 2013 announces full line up; record 51 films, and more.

From the press release:

Are you ready for a spine-chilling global avalanche of Indian zombies, Israeli oldboys, vengeance-crazed Vikings, Swedish mesmerists, Irish telekinesis, Argentine undead, Aussie bone-crushers, murderous Mormons and Chilean assassins?

Film4 FrightFest 2013, returning for its 4teenth year, has unveiled its biggest line-up in history. From Thurs 22 August to Monday 26 August, the UK’s leading event for genre fans will be at the Empire Cinema in London’s Leicester Square to present 51 films on three screens. Empire 1 will house the main event while the Discovery strands will play in Empires 2 & 4. The new FrightFest Xtra strand, also in Screen 2, will allow fans to catch up with sold-out performances of the most popular attractions.

This year there are eleven countries representing five continents with a record-breaking thirty-three UK or European premieres and ten world premieres.

The world premieres include our opening night attraction The Dead 2: India from the Ford Brothers,
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This past week: Popular articles posted on Sound On Sight

There is so much great content published every week here at Sound On Sight, that even we have trouble keeping up. So, every Sunday, we will drop a list of the best articles delivered by our hard working, and extremely talented staff.

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The Artful Roger: A Thank You To Roger Ebert

The mind rarely works in linear fashion, and I suspect mine may even be more chaotic than most. That item pinballed around the ol’ noggin, and, somewhere in all that bouncing here and there, triggered a bit of nostalgia. Probably because I was working on the piece during Oscar week, the mention of Ebert reminded me that there had been a time when this would’ve been the point in the year I’d be looking forward to the annual “If We Gave Out the Oscars” (or something like that) show done by Ebert along with his on-screen partner of nearly two dozen years,
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Watch: Official Trailer & Images From Eron Sheean’s Psychological Thriller Errors Of The Human Body!

Eron Sheean‘s psychological thriller Errors Of The Human Body definitely looks promising! In case you still have some doubts about this project, I recommend you to check out the rest of this report and find an official Us trailer & some great new images from the whole thing. Watch out: every breakthrough has a price… Eron Sheean directed the movie from a script written by Shane Danielsen, which revolves around a brilliant Genetics researcher named Dr. Geoff Burton who is invited to a lab in Dresden, only to discover a lethal virus is being created, which he may have unintentionally caused and be its first victim....

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Interview with composer Reza Safinia on his dubstep-driven score for ‘Snap’ and electronic music’s relationship with film scoring.

Reza Safinia, a multi-instrumentalist composer raised on Barry White, Michael Jackson, and Quincy Jones Productions, has worked in the music industry producing and engineering records for artists from Kylie Minogue to Ms Dynamite. Recently, however, he has begun composing for film and has managed to incorporate his passion for textured, electronic music into the cinematic realm. This is apparent in his most recent film Snap, which premiered this year at SXSW and features a primarily dubstep-driven score. Safinia was kind enough to talk to us about his journey from record producer to film composer and how electronic music has shaped the art of film scoring.

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What were some of your earliest musical influences?

When I was five years old my aunt gave me a cassette of Barry White and I used to play it every night on auto repeat on those [cassette players] where it would turn around when it got to the end of one side,
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SXSW 2013 Review: ‘Snap’ is a Fantastic Character-Driven Thriller

Have you seen that Key and Peele sketch where the one guy is helping the other guy move and hasn’t heard of dubstep? You should, it’s hilarious. It also represents pretty much the entirety of my knowledge of dubstep. So a film with a synopsis that includes the words “underground dubstep” isn’t exactly up my alley. And yet, Snap was one of the most interesting films to play SXSW this year. Part of the film’s success lay in its structure as a good old fashioned character study. The character in question is Jim Whitman (Jake Hoffman), a quiet, socially inept guy whose only outlet is creating his own dubstep mixes in his apartment. His one friend, Jake (Thomas Dekker), is constantly pushing him to get out and do more, to interact with people, to date someone. Sometimes Jake comes off as empathetic but more often than not he badgers, insults
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