‘A Broken Life’ Trailer

September 10, 2008

This movie looks INCREIBLE – Can’t wait to see it.  Here’s the trailer from youtube:

Other 2008 DVD Releases

September 10, 2008

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‘Red’ out on DVD on October 28th

September 10, 2008

Amazon.com Price: $23.99

http://www.amazon.com/Red-Amanda-Plummer/dp/B001CT8762/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1221039717&sr=1-8

‘Witness To The Mob’ Re-issue on DVD on October 14th

September 10, 2008

Amazon Price: $26.99

http://www.amazon.com/Witness-Mob-Nicholas-Turturro/dp/B001C0I61M/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1221039436&sr=1-5

‘A Broken Life’ out on DVD on 23rd September

September 10, 2008
Amazon.com are selling for $23.99:
Product Description
Tom Sizemore (of Saving Private Ryan and Heat) delivers a powerhouse performance as Max Walker, an empty, bitter man who has decided to commit suicide. Instead of a leaving a note, he hires struggling young film student Bud (Corey Sevier) to document the last day of his life.
As Bud and his camera follow, Max roams the city sharing confessions, realizations and rants, confronting his former boss and ex-wife, and committing acts of insanity, heroism and possibly murder. But before the last bullet can be fired, will a final shocking revelation change both their lives forever? Ving Rhames (Pulp Fiction) and Saul Rubinek (True Romance) co-star in this startling drama about one man’s journey of rage, hope, and sorting through the pieces of A Broken Life.

More ‘CSI: Miami’ Stills

September 10, 2008

Fantastic ‘CSI: Miami’ Still

September 10, 2008

My only comment: Show it in the UK!!!!

Tom to star in ‘Crash’ for FX

September 10, 2008
Tom Sizemore has joined Starz’s drama series “Crash” as a recurring.
“Crash,” from Lionsgate, is a 13-episode series featuring a different cast of characters than the film.
Sizemore, managed by Evolution, will play Detective Adrian Cooper whose unorthodox measures wreak havoc when he investigates a police-involved shooting.
from THR.com

‘Red’ – A Synopsis

September 9, 2008

Avery Allan Ludlow (Brian Cox), a Korean War vet with a tragic past, lives alone in a small town, where he runs the local hardware store. Av’s only companion is a 14 year-old ginger-haired dog, aptly named Red by Av’s late wife. One day, Av and Red are enjoying a placid outing at their favorite fishing spot when three boys and a shotgun come along.

In an instant, Av’s lifelong friend is gone, the victim of a cruel, senseless act. Devastated, Av determines to find out who the boys are and why they did it. Helped by a local reporter (Kim Dickens), Av tries to expose the truth, but his efforts are ignored by authorities and mocked by the teenagers. The boys’ parents, a rich local businessman (Tom Sizemore) and, across town, a hardscrabble laborer (Robert Englund) and his wife (Amanda Plummer), are just as determined to keep Av down.

But, faithful to the memory of his best friend, Av single-mindedly presses for justice-with or without the law on his side.

Studio:
Magnolia Pictures

Production Co:
Bleiberg Entertainment
(Norman M. Dreyfuss Presents)

In Association With
Billy Goat Pictures
Tenk Prod.

‘Red’ DVD Details

September 9, 2008

Fangoria got the first details on Magnolia Pictures DVD release of Red, based upon the Jack Ketchum novel. The DVD arrives on October 28th and will feature audio commentary and deleted scenes.

Red, was directed by Trygve Allister Diesen (Lucky McKee also directed portions of the film) and was written by Stephen Susco (The Grudge). It stars Brian Cox, Noel Fisher, Tom Sizemore, Robert Englund and Amanda Plummer.