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Monthly Archives: December, 2023

‘Breakwater’ Interview: James Rowe Talks Indie Filmmaking, Shooting in Corolla, And ‘The Night of the Hunter’

Now out in theaters and availabe On Demand, Breakwater is an immersive thriller about a recently paroled ex-con (Darrren Mann) who gets in over...

Trailer: Liam Hemsworth Attempts To Surive A ‘Land of Bad’

Liam Hemsworth, Russell Crowe, and Milo Ventimiglia are among the actors involved in Land of Bad, an action thriller directed by William Eubank (Love)....

David Keith Talks ‘Walden,’ Emile Hirsh Collaboration, and ‘Heartbreak Hotel’

Now available On Demand and Digital, Walden centers on a stenographer named Walden Dean (Emile Hirsch) who is frustrated by the criminals who do...

Jane Widdop Loves The “Heart” Behind ‘It’s A Wonderful Knife’

It's A Wonderful Knife centers on Winnie Carruthers (Jane Widdop), a teen who saved her small town from a serial killer. The thriller, directed...

Jennifer Grant and Jeff Pope Talk “Emotional Truth” Behind ‘Archie’ and Cary Grant

The new BritBox series Archie takes an in-depth look at the life of Cary Grant (Jason Isaacs). Grant's ex-wife Dyan Cannon and daughter Jennifer...

Tania Raymonde Talks ‘Walden,’ ‘The Wizard of Oz,’ And Indie Filmmaking

Walden centers on Walden Dean (Emile Hirsch), a stenographer who takes justice in his own hands in order to make a difference. Tania Raymonde...

Denny Tedesco Talks ‘Immediate Family’ And Filmmaking Work Ethic

Director Denny Tedesco received acclaim for The Wrecking Crew, a documentary about a group of talented studio musicians in the 1960. With Immediate Family,...

Well Go USA’s ‘The Childe’ Hits Blu-ray and Digital in January

The Childe, starring Kim Seon-ho and Kim Kang-woo, hits digital and Blu-ray January 16 via Well Go USA Entertainment. The picture is directed by...

‘Wonka’ Premieres In Los Angeles – Photos!

Timothée Chalamet, Hugh Grant, Keegan-Michael Key, and Calah Lane were among the stars on hand for Sunday's Los Angeles premiere of Wonka. The event...

Phillip Noyce Talks ‘Fast Charlie’ And Filmmaking: “Necessity Is The Mother of Invention”

I have been a fan of Phillip Noyce since the 1989 release of Dead Calm. That feature put him on the map stateside, and...

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