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Crazy Eyes Movie Poster

Poster for Crazy Eyes, starring Lukas Haas, Madeline Zima and Jake Busey. After just being picked up by Strand Releasing two days ago, a first poster's up for the Adam Sherman film, who scripts alongside Dave Reeves, Rachel Hardisty. In Crazy Eyes, Lukas Haas stars as guy obsessed with a girl he calls Crazy Eyes (Zima). Also in the cast of the drama are Tania Raymonde, Regine Nehy, Ray Wise, Ned Bellamy and Valerie Mahaffey. Pic is produced by Hagai Shaham. The film runs for 95 minutes amd will find release in theaters some time this June. One of those glamorous L.A. people with too much money and too much time on his hands, Zach (Lukas Haas) looks like he’s living the Hollywood dream. There’s a steady stream of beautiful women coming in and out of his posh home in the hills, and every night he makes his
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Crazy Eyes Movie Poster

Poster for Crazy Eyes, starring Lukas Haas, Madeline Zima and Jake Busey. After just being picked up by Strand Releasing two days ago, a first poster's up for the Adam Sherman film, who scripts alongside Dave Reeves, Rachel Hardisty. In Crazy Eyes, Lukas Haas stars as guy obsessed with a girl he calls Crazy Eyes (Zima). Also in the cast of the drama are Tania Raymonde, Regine Nehy, Ray Wise, Ned Bellamy and Valerie Mahaffey. Pic is produced by Hagai Shaham. The film runs for 95 minutes amd will find release in theaters some time this June. One of those glamorous L.A. people with too much money and too much time on his hands, Zach (Lukas Haas) looks like he’s living the Hollywood dream. There’s a steady stream of beautiful women coming in and out of his posh home in the hills, and every night he makes his

Crazy Eyes Movie Poster

Poster for Crazy Eyes, starring Lukas Haas, Madeline Zima and Jake Busey. After just being picked up by Strand Releasing two days ago, a first poster's up for the Adam Sherman film, who scripts alongside Dave Reeves, Rachel Hardisty. In Crazy Eyes, Lukas Haas stars as guy obsessed with a girl he calls Crazy Eyes (Zima). Also in the cast of the drama are Tania Raymonde, Regine Nehy, Ray Wise, Ned Bellamy and Valerie Mahaffey. Pic is produced by Hagai Shaham. The film runs for 95 minutes amd will find release in theaters some time this June. One of those glamorous L.A. people with too much money and too much time on his hands, Zach (Lukas Haas) looks like he’s living the Hollywood dream. There’s a steady stream of beautiful women coming in and out of his posh home in the hills, and every night he makes his
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South By Southwest 2012 Lineup Features 65 World Premieres

Sound On Sight will once again be covering the SXSW Film Festival this year, making it our second time attending. 130 feature films will screen at the Austin, Texas fest taking place March 9-17, including 65 World Premieres, 17 North American Premieres and 10 U.S. Premieres. As previously announced, Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon’s The Cabin in the Woods will have the honours of opening the festival, and now they have released the full list of films – and it’s looking pretty amazing. Enjoy!

Narrative Feature Competition

This year’s 8 films were selected from 1,112 submissions. Each film is a World Premiere. Films screening in Narrative Feature Competition are:

Booster

Director/Screenwriter: Matt Ruskin

When Simon’s brother is arrested for armed robbery, he is asked to commit a string of similar crimes in an attempt to get his brother acquitted.

Cast: Nico Stone, Adam DuPaul, Seymour Cassel, Kristin Dougherty, Brian McGrail (World Premiere)

Eden

Director: Megan Griffiths,
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SXSW Announces 2012 Feature Film Lineup

SXSW Announces 2012 Feature Film Lineup
The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival is thrilled to announce the features lineup for this year's Festival, March 9 - 17, 2012 in Austin, Texas. We are also pleased to reveal the world premiere of Emmett Malloy's documentary Big Easy Express as our Closing Night Film, which follows a train ride unlike any other with Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros and Old Crow Medicine Show. Big Easy Express will screen on Saturday, March 17. The program will also include the world premiere of Columbia Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures' 21 Jump Street, screening in the Centerpiece slot on Monday, March 12. The 2012 lineup continues the SXSW tradition of celebrating ambitious experimentation with risk takers both in front of and behind the camera, and a deep immersion into cultural touchstones. The Midnighters feature section and the Short Film program will be announced on February 8.

"SXSW has long been a haven for bold
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SXSW 2012. Features Lineup

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Iggy Pop and Debbie Harry, shot by Bob Gruen in 1977

Rock 'N' Roll Exposed: The Photography of Bob Gruen

screens as part of 24 Beats per Second

SXSW Film has just announced its features lineup for the 2012 edition, running March 9 through 17. We already knew that the Opening Night Film would be Drew Goddard's The Cabin in the Woods. For its Closing Night Film, the festival will host the world premiere of of Emmett Malloy’s documentary Big Easy Express (more below). The lineup, with descriptions from the festival:

Narrative Feature Competition

Booster

Director/Screenwriter: Matt Ruskin. When Simon’s brother is arrested for armed robbery, he is asked to commit a string of similar crimes in an attempt to get his brother acquitted. Cast: Nico Stone, Adam DuPaul, Seymour Cassel, Kristin Dougherty, Brian McGrail. (World Premiere)

Eden

Director: Megan Griffiths, Screenwriters: Richard B. Phillips, Megan Griffiths, Story by: Richard B. Phillips & Chong Kim.
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SXSW 2012 Line-Up Includes ’21 Jump Street,’ ‘The Raid,’ ‘Casa de mi Padre’ & More

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With Sundance 2012 Film Festival over, the next big one on the horizon is South by Southwest, which we’ll be heavily covering. The biggest chunk of the line-up has been announced today, which has some great premieres including 21 Jump Street, Tiff and Sundance hit The Raid, Will Ferrell‘s Casa de mi Padre, the documentary Girl Model (which we liked at Tiff), as well as the next from Broken Lizard, The Babymakers. There are many other promising titles included and you can see them all below. Check back for our coverage for the fest, kicking off March 9th.

Narrative Feature Competition

This year’s 8 films were selected from 1,112 submissions. Each film is a World Premiere. Films screening in Narrative Feature Competition are:

Booster

Director/Screenwriter: Matt Ruskin

When Simon’s brother is arrested for armed robbery, he is asked to commit a string of similar crimes in an attempt to get his brother acquitted.
See full article at The Film Stage »

SXSW Film Lineup 2012: '21 Jump Street,' 'The Cabin In The Woods' Make The Cut

South by Southwest, the annual festival held in Austin, TX, has just released its 2012 film lineup. Headliners include Joss Whedon's anticipated horror flick, "The Cabin in the Woods," (previously announced), '80s reboot "21 Jump Street" and black comedy "Killer Joe." Also on the list are "The Babymakers" starring Paul Schneider and Olivia Munn, and "Small Apartments" with the surprising trio of Billy Crystal, James Caan and Johnny Knoxville. You can check out the rest of the bigger headliners and feature films below. For the full list, head to SXSW.com. Headliners 21 Jump Street Directed by: Phil Lord & Christopher Miller, Screenplay by: Michael Bacall, Story by: Michael Bacall & Jonah Hill Police officers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) get sent back to high school as undercover cops in the action-comedy 21 Jump Street. Cast: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Brie Larson, Dave Franco, Rob Riggle, with Ice Cube (World Premiere) Big Easy
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South By Southwest 2012 Lineup Features World Premiere Of ’21 Jump Street,’ ‘God Bless America,’ ‘The Raid’ and Much More

South By Southwest 2012 Lineup Features World Premiere Of ’21 Jump Street,’ ‘God Bless America,’ ‘The Raid’ and Much More
Attendees of South by Southwest 2012 are in for a treat. 130 feature films will screen at the Austin, Texas festival taking place March 9-17. Among them are 65 World Premieres, 17 North American Premieres and 10 U.S. Premieres. The organization already announced [1] Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon's The Cabin in the Woods would open the festival (the movie is phenomenal [2]) and today the majority of the remaining line up has been revealed. One of the highlights is the unbelievably smart and hilarious 21 Jump Street, directed by Phil Lord & Christopher Miller. Both of those are World Premieres. Other highlights include The Hunter, Killer Joe, The Babymakers, frankie goes boom, God Bless America, The Imposter, The Raid, Bernie and Casa de mi Padre just to name a few. After the jump, read descriptions of all the films that have been announced so far. Before I copy and paste the rest of the list, a few minor notes.
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Viff 2010: Review of Damir Lukacevic’s cerebral sci-fi drama Transfer

Year: 2010

Director: Damir Lukacevic

Writers: Elia Barceló, Gabi Blauert, Damir Lukacevic

IMDb: link

Trailer: Na

Review by: Marina Antunes

Rating: 8 out of 10

[Editor's Note: Also be sure to read rochefort's review of the film from Fantastic Fest.]

Based on a story from award winning sci-fi author Elia Barceló, Transfer is director Damir Lukacevic’s first foray into the world of genre film making but aside from a few scenes peppered through out the film and the general concept, this isn’t so much a sci-fi film as a drama of what makes people individuals and a film which forces us to question the morality and benefits of the use of certain technologies.

Taking place in the near future, Lukacevic’s film works off of the concept that advances in technology have rendered death unnecessary. For those few rich enough to afford it (and willing), there’s an option to have their conscious transferred but not to a machine or a robot but into another human being.
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Fantastic Fest 2010: Combo review of Never Let Me Go & Transfer

Never Let Me Go - 7/10

Transfer - 9/10

Two sci-fi films at this year's Fantastic Fest tread extremely similar waters, so much so that I figured it makes sense to do a kind of comparative review: Both Mark Romanek's "Never Let Me Go" and Damir Lukacevic's "Transfer" deal with an aspect of sci-fi we're seeing more and more often in cinema, namely the effect that a brave new world of cloning or body transplantation has on the donors. Both films offer further evidence that the modern sci-fi movie may very well be on the verge of narrowing the gap with its literary forebears in terms of emotional resonance and thematic complexity.

Carey Mulligan, Andrew Garfield, and Keira Knightley make "Never Let Me Go" something of a higher-profile curiosity than if director Romanek had gone with lesser-known stars or character actors, and to a certain extent the casting choices actually handicap the film's overall effect.
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Fantastic Fest 2010 Review: Transfer

Rating: 2/5

Writers: Elia Barceló (story), Gabi Blauert (screenplay), Damir Lukacevic (writer)

Director: Damir Lukacevic

Cast: B.J. Britt, Regine Nehy, Ingrid Andree, Hans-Michael Rehberg, Mehmet Kurtulus

Death is inevitable for us all. While some would like to live forever, some prefer to go when it’s their time. Those are the only two philosophies people have when it comes to death, mostly because there are simply no other options. Transfer, however, asks the question, “what if there were a way to prolong life?” It’s an extremely intriguing idea, and one that started out with boatloads of promise, but never executed the story to its merit.

Read more on Fantastic Fest 2010 Review: Transfer
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Take Three: Kerry Washington

Craig here with the next Take Three

Today: Kerry Washington

Take One: And the band played on

Jim McKay's Our Song (2000) was one of those New York high school coming-of-age films that often crop up from time to time. There were plenty on the late'80s/early '90s indie scene, but nowadays they're few and far between. The film follows three girl friends experiencing formative tribulations on their paths to adulthood. They navigate themselves through a summer of issues - teen pregnancy and suicide, their school's impending closure, family strife - in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, all whilst practising with The Jackie Robinson Steppers Marching Band in local parking lots for a Labor Day parade. It's a languorous, amiable film that, despite the surplus of social topics it raises, doesn't hammer any of them home with undue force.

Girl Power: Washington, Anna Simpson & Melissa Martinez in Our Song

Kerry Washington,
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[DVD Review] Boot Camp

America’s fascination with the scared straight routine has long since run its course, but that doesn’t mean the shock tactics involved don’t still carry some weight. Boot Camp tells a story inspired by true events about the “correctional facilities” that still exist across the world, nestled away in countries whose laws don’t have as much red tape as those in the good ol’ U.S. of A. These boot camps aren’t mini-Guantanamo Bays, their clientele never conspired to fly a plane into a building; the people being held here are problematic teenagers whose parents have run out of options and just don’t know what else to do. If you’ll believe it, there are in fact camps like this in the world and their purposes aren’t far off from what you’ll see in this thriller starring Mila Kunis – but the film’s
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"Boot Camp" Takes Unrated DVD Form

MGM Home Entertainment is set to release the 2007 psychological suspense thriller "Boot Camp" on Unrated DVD on August 25.

"Boot Camp" stars former "That '70s Show" star Mila Kunis as Sophie, a rebellious teenager who gets sent to a high-tech "tough love" rehabilitation program for troubled teens called Camp Serenity on a remote island in Fiji. The facility turns out to be a penitentiary-style boot camp where teenagers are brutalized and brainwashed.

Also starring are Gregory Smith, Peter Stormare, Christopher Jacot, Tygh Runyan, Colleen Rennison, Regine Nehy, and Grace Bauer.

The Unrated DVD, in widescreen format, will be available for .98 on August 25.
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Stephen King Lists His Top 10 Movies of 2008

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Entertainment Weekly just posted Stephen King’s picks for best movies of 2008. Here ya go! #1 The Dark Knight, starring Christian Bale (Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins), Heath Ledger (Brokeback Mountain) and Michael Caine. #2 Slumdog Millionaire, starring Dev Patel, Anil Kapoor and Saurabh Shukla. #3 Wall-e, starring Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight, Fred Willard and Sigourney Weaver. #4 Tropic Thunder, starring Jack Black, Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Nick Nolte, Tom Cruise, Tobey Maguire and Ben Stiller. #5 Funny Games, starring Naomi Watts and Tim Roth. #6 The Bank Job, starring Jason Statham and Saffron Burrows. #7 Lakeview Terrace, starring Samuel L. Jackson, Patrick Wilson, Kerry Washington, Regine Nehy, Jay Hernandez and Jaishon Fisher. #8 The Ruins, starring [...]
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Lakeview Terrace Movie Review

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Watch the latest Spill.com animated movie review of the Screen Gems thriller “Lakeview Terrace” by director Neil Labute (The Wicker Man) and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Patrick Wilson, Kerry Washington, Regine Nehy, Jay Hernandez and Jaishon Fisher. Click Here for more Spill.com movie reviews. Synopsis: An interracial couple moves into their California dream home, only to find themselves the target of their volatile next-door neighbor — a racist Lapd officer — in this tightly wound thriller starring Samuel L. Jackson and Kerry Washington. - Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide Stay tuned to Toxic Shock TV for the latest “Lakeview Terrace” movie news and posters.
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Samuel L. Jackson Talks Lakeview Terrace

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Actor Samuel L. Jackson talks with Cinetorium about his role as Abel Turner in the Screen Gems film “Lakeview Terrace” by director Neil Labute (The Wicker Man) and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Patrick Wilson, Kerry Washington, Regine Nehy, Jay Hernandez and Jaishon Fisher. Synopsis: An interracial couple moves into their California dream home, only to find themselves the target of their volatile next-door neighbor — a racist Lapd officer — in this tightly wound thriller starring Samuel L. Jackson and Kerry Washington. - Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide Stay tuned to Toxic Shock TV for the latest “Lakeview Terrace” movie news, interviews and movie posters.
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Back Off Movie Clip from Lakeview Terrace

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Screen Gems released the latest movie clip “Back Off” from the upcoming thriller film “Lakeview Terrace” by director Neil Labute (The Wicker Man) and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Patrick Wilson, Kerry Washington, Regine Nehy, Jay Hernandez and Jaishon Fisher. Synopsis: An interracial couple moves into their California dream home, only to find themselves the target of their volatile next-door neighbor — a racist Lapd officer — in this tightly wound thriller starring Samuel L. Jackson and Kerry Washington. - Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide Stay tuned to Toxic Shock TV for the latest “Lakeview Terrace” movie news and posters.
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Is That The Prius Movie Clip from Lakeview Terrace

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Screen Gems released another new movie clip “Is That The Prius?” from the upcoming thriller film “Lakeview Terrace” by director Neil Labute (The Wicker Man) and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Patrick Wilson, Kerry Washington, Regine Nehy, Jay Hernandez and Jaishon Fisher. Synopsis: An interracial couple moves into their California dream home, only to find themselves the target of their volatile next-door neighbor — a racist Lapd officer — in this tightly wound thriller starring Samuel L. Jackson and Kerry Washington. - Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide Stay tuned to Toxic Shock TV for the latest “Lakeview Terrace” movie news and posters.
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