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Hitman 101 now live

January 7, 2012
By Paul Pritchard
Hitman 101 now live

I mentioned Hitman 101, a web series, shortly before Christmas. I am mentioning it again because the series is now live and the first four episodes are available online. Hitman 101 is a 12 Episode Story Created Exclusively for the Web. It revolves around the world of a hitman and the cavalcade of people...
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Early Teaser for Human Factor

January 4, 2012
By Paul Pritchard

I dont have a lot of information about Chaz Faturs Human Factor, but an early teaser for the film has been released and it does give the impression that the plot has some potential. A determined investigative Reporter and a renegade Detective plan to uncover the mysterious disappearances of the Homeless population in Metro...
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Kickstart this, Sunday Punch

December 23, 2011
By Paul Pritchard

After two years on the film festival circuit, Sunday Punch is finally making its way to DVD and the filmmakers have turned to Kickstarter to raise funds for music licensing and prepare the film for distribution. In exchange for pledges, fans will get DVDs, autographed posters, and other assorted Sunday Punch goodies. Starring Dichen...
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First look at upcoming web series, Hitman 101

December 22, 2011
By Paul Pritchard

Hitman 101 is a 12 episode web series set to debut on 28th December. Beyond that, I cant tell you much because, as explained on the series web site: Hitman 101 is a 12 Episode Story Created Exclusively for the Web. It revolves around the world of a hitman and the cavalcade of people...
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The Devils 6 Commandments

November 27, 2011
By Paul Pritchard
The Devil’s 6 Commandments

The opening scenes of The Devils 6 Commandments include a twist that I really didnt expect. This very effectively grabbed my attention and left me more than ready for the subsequent leap into the backstory. After repeatedly spurning the offensively sleazy advances of Vincent The Poison (Nathan Bowen), Nina (Gianna Pattison) snaps half-way through...
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Technicality

November 12, 2011
By Paul Pritchard
Technicality

Inspired by a 2010 San Francisco crime lab scandal, Technicality is a film about repercussions and how we react to events that should be beyond our control. When a San Francisco lab technician is caught stealing drug evidence, countless pending cases have to be abandoned. Rather than trying to encompass the bigger picture, however,...
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Trailer for Brighton Rock

July 31, 2011
By Paul Pritchard
Trailer for Brighton Rock

Brighton Rock updates Graham Greenes iconic 1939 novel to 1964 at the height of Britains Mods and Rockers riots and stars Sam Riley and Andrea Riseborough as Pinke and Rose. Veterans Helen Mirren and John Hurt co-star as friends who set out to protect Rose from Pinkie and the dangerous world she...
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Peter Koller does L.A.

April 30, 2011
By Paul Pritchard
Peter Koller does L.A.

Thanks to Rodja Pavlik of HomeMovieCorner for the following article. Peter Koller, the Austrian director of the critically acclaimed and award winning thriller Auf Bösem Boden (On Evil Grounds), is currently in Los Angeles preparing for his second feature film East Of Evil. East Of Evil is to crime, cops and gangsters what On...
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Trailerfied: Chicago Overcoat now available to rent or buy

April 27, 2011
By Paul Pritchard
Trailerfied: Chicago Overcoat now available to rent or buy

The independent mob thriller Chicago Overcoat was released on DVD on April 19th and is available to rent at Netflix, Redbox, and Blockbuster Express, and to purchase at Amazon, Best Buy, and elsewhere. Independently financed and produced entirely in Chicago, the film stars Frank Vincent, Kathrine Narducci, Mike Starr, Armand Assante, Stacy Keach, and...
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Hell To Pay

March 23, 2011
By Paul Pritchard

Teddy Greene (Charles Santore) is a debt collector for a Los Angeles loan shark, and not a nice man. Its a good living and he enjoys his job. In fact, he enjoys his job a little too much. Aggressive, abusive and a bit too fond of beating up his clients, Teddy is fast becoming...
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