Leaves of Grass. Running Time: 1 hr 45 min.
Release Date: September 19, 2010. Plot: Brady Kincaid (Norton) lives in Oklahoma and scrapes by as a high-tech grower and connoisseur of Marijuana. His drug overlord, Pug Rothbaum (Dreyfuss), will kill Brady if he doesn’t start dealing in meth and heroin, but Brady doesn’t want to deal anything that he wouldn’t use himself. Brady has a solution to the problem, except he’s going to need an alibi.
Enter twin brother Bill Kincaid (Norton), a professor in ancient philosophy living in Massachusetts. Bill hasn’t spoken to his family in years, but that’s all about to change…. Who’S It For? Fans of indie, such as myself. Be careful with this one, though, because it’s definitely marketed as a sweet, ».
While Renny Harlin's ' Deep Blue Sea ' isn't quite that recent (it was made way back This disc's VC-1 1080p transfer (aspect ratio: 2.40:1) is a. Deep Blue Sea looks good in this VC-1 encoded 1080p 2.40.1 high This isn't the best of the best as far as Blu-ray mixes go, but it does offer a.
DVD & Blu-Ray. DVD-диски релиз на Blu-Ray. 15 декабря 2011. море ( Deep Blue Sea) Глубокое синее море Deep Blue Sea : Знаете похожие фильмы? 25. Aug. 2010 DEEP BLUE SEA BLU-RAY (Original Film-Titel der Blu-ray : Deep Blue Sea) Die 50 GB Blu-ray erscheint in der vollen 1080p Auflösung mit. В подводной лаборатории «Акватика» ученые занимаются благородной миссией – ищут лекарство от болезни Альцгеймера. Помочь в этом нелегком.
Giants Fans Attempt Worst “Don’t Stop Believin’” Cover Yet. This Week On DVD and Blu-ray: October 12, 2010. DVD Links: DVD News | Release Dates | New Dvds | Reviews | RSS Feed. How to Train Your Dragon This is a great film, but I wasn't inclined to request a review copy for whatever reason.
I'm sure plenty of copies of this movie will be picked up this week. Will you be among the masses. One small note, however, this title doesn't hit shelves until Friday. So let's continue on and see what's coming out today. The Magician (Criterion Collection) I just reviewed Ingmar Bergman 's The Magician. which you can read right here.
It's a good film, and one Bergman fans should probably consider adding to their collection. I can't say it's got some special kind of flare that will have it appealing to audiences that don't traditionally take in foreign classics, but folks who traditionally eat this stuff up should consider giving this new release a taste. my review explains further. ».
DVD Releases - October 12th: Hex a Doll and Whisper to the Lost Boys. This week's roundup of DVD releases include fan favorites from TV, a scarred comic book antihero, the next installment of The Lost Boys. the requisite creature features, a Roger Corman set, and SyFy's apocalyptic view of the world. Also, don't forget to check out the soundtrack from the hottest vampire TV show right now (well, there's only one playing currently) at the very end of this list. Out of the pages of the legendary comics and graphic novels steps Jonah Hex (review), a scarred drifter and bounty hunter ». - Uncle Creepy. Deep Blue Sea Blu-ray Review.
In the age when the inmates are not only running The Asylum but are given decent enough budgets to come up with Mega Octopus Vs. Giant Shark and Sharktopus, catching up with Renny Harlin ’s Deep Blue Sea is an almost nostalgic look back to a time when the overflowing cup of CG creature features had a solid, if equally silly, foundation to tell their tales of galeophobia. Taking itself a little too seriously, the B-movie hokum is in full swing here as Saffron Burrows. Thomas Jane and Samuel L. Jackson experiment on Shark’s brains with no idea of the toothy consequences and there’s a whole lot of screaming and swimming between the blood and gnashing. The only thing missing is the frickin laser beam, and this film came out two years after Austin Powers.
The Blu-ray transfer is good, not outstanding but the real impression is made in the audio department. ». Deep Blue Sea on Blu-ray in October. Warner Bros. will be presented Deep Blue Sea on Blu-ray in 1080p video and 5. 1 DTS-hd Master Audio. The catalog film will include a handful of bonus features: a commentary by director Renny Harlin and Samuel L.
Jackson. When Sharks Attack and The Sharks of Deep Blue Sea featurettes, deleted scenes with optional director commentary and the theatrical trailer. Deep Blue Sea on Blu-ray carries an Srp of $24. 98 and should sell for less than $20 when released. Amazon.
com pre-order information is not available yet but you can check out the cover art below. What's the most inventive death in horror movies.
Let us know the most creative demise in horror and your suggestion could feature in the Guardian and Observer's Film Season guide to the top 25 horror movies of all time. Is it Samuel L Jackson's ambush by genetically-modified shark in Deep Blue Sea. Or does Mason Verger being fed to his own pigs in Hannibal pip him to the post? Let us know what gets your vote below. guardian.
co. uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds ». Blu-ray Review: 'Deep Blue Sea' Doesn't Bite Off More Than it Can Chew.
Long before Tony Scott realized he could make more money by replacing the intelligence of earlier films such as Crimson Tide and Enemy of the State with bigger explosions, Renny Harlin was giving absurd action movies a good name. Exhibit A: Die Hard 2. Not as good as John McTiernan 's original but bloody good fun. Exhibit B: Deep Blue Sea.
Easily the best shark movie since Jaws. The set-up is as silly as they come. A bunch of scientist types and their assorted support staff are at sea on an ex-wwii floating platform. There they are experimenting with shark brains to discover a cure for Alzheimer's Disease. Well, why not? After all, we're assured that shark's don't lose their faculties as they age (which isn't saying much considering that fish are pretty dumb to start with). Trouble is, the lab coats have had to tweak the sharks a bit to make their brains bigger. ».
Sara Paxton and Katharine McPhee Sign Up to be Chum in Shark Night 3D. Every good fish tale needs its eye candy, and David R. Ellis ' Shark Night 3D has just gotten a couple of more beauties to don bikinis for his next toothy little film. Shark Night 3D revolves around seven men and women who spend a weekend at a lake house in Louisiana's Gulf area.
When their vacation quickly becomes a nightmare of hellish shark attacks, unheard of in freshwater lakes, they soon discover that the sharks are part of a sick, greedy plan on the part of several locals. 'Anchorman', 'Deep Blue Sea' & 'Hard Candy' Only Available at Best Buy. If you've got a Blu-ray player but are still looking to round out your collection, then Best Buy has a deal going that should certainly interest you. The mega-retailer has teamed up with Lionsgate (and others) to bring you several Blu-ray discs that weren't supposed to hit retailers until October 5th -- and they're available now. If that weren't cool enough, wait til you check out the prices. If you were on the fence about any of these discs, this sale might be just the thing to push you over the edge. Starting today (August 31), Best Buy is offering Lionsgate titles Hard Candy, Bad Lieutenant.
2001 Maniacs, The Blair Witch Project. High Tension. Open Water /Open Water 2: Adrift. Secretary and Wonderland on Blu-ray.
According to Best Buy's website, 2001 Maniacs, Open Water /Open Water 2, Wonderland and High Tension are going for a measly $7. 99. Meanwhile, the other four films are retailing for $9. 99. It's quite the deal, ». - Alison Nastasi.
DVD/Blu-ray Breakdown: August 31st, 2010. It’s a great day to be a home video fan. Seven movies worthy of your hard-earned cash hit the shelves as either new releases or Blu-ray re-releases.
Of course, wherever greatness comes our way, slop like Marmaduke settles in as well. But disregard the horrible titles and focus on the classics like The Evil Dead or Bad Lieutenant. Even The Blair Witch Project is making a triumphant return in the Blu-ray format. And for those in need of a giant shark not named MegaShark, you can now watch Samuel L. Jackson ’s now-classic death in Deep Blue Sea in Blu-ray glory. This week’s releases are further proof that great movies are becoming a rarity these days.
Two of the three new releases are almost too embarrassing to acknowledge. Without further ado, let’s get right into this week’s DVD…. Click to continue reading DVD/Blu-ray Breakdown: August 31st, ». - Mike Eisenberg. First Casting News for Shark Night 3D - Joel David Moore, Sinqua Walls, Chris Carmack, Alyssa Diaz to Become Bait. And another big 3D fish is looking to take a bite out of the box office next year (hopefully a bigger one than Piranha 3D did, we're still pissed about its performance) as the cast for David R.
Ellis ' Shark Night 3D is finally fleshing out. According to The Hollywood Reporter's Heat Vision Blog Sinqua Walls ("Savage County "), Chris Carmack (The Butterfly Effect: Revelation), Alyssa Diaz (Red Dawn ) and Joel David Moore (pictured right; Hatchet. Avatar ) have all signed on to chum the waters.
Shark Night 3D revolves around seven men and women who spend a weekend at a lake house in Louisiana's Gulf area. When their vacation quickly becomes a nightmare of hellish shark attacks, unheard of in freshwater lakes, they soon discover that the sharks are part of a sick, greedy plan on the part of several locals.
Ellis will be directing from a script by Jesse Studenberg and Will Hayes. ». - Uncle Creepy. 'Piranha 3D' Sequel Ideas That Really Need To Happen, With A Special Ghost Shark Cameo. Sixth place isn't necessarily the most ideal position to land in during an opening weekend, but in the case of "Piranha 3D ," the performance was good enough to warrant a sequel. In a press release, Dimension Films confirmed that development is already underway on a new "Piranha " installment with director Alexandre Aja and producer Mark Canton back for round two.
You know what that means, right? That's right — it's conjecture time. After the jump, we've listed some suggestions for the "Piranha " sequel — but be careful, as major spoilers lie ahead. The sequel is bound to include some of the bigger, more mature piranhas teased at the end of the first film, but let's cast the net a little bit wider. If there are prehistoric piranhas lurking about the ocean, who knows what else is out there. Let's find some other dangerous sea creatures to give the piranhas a run for their money. ». 10 greatest Jason Statham films.
As he takes pride of place in The Expendables. Duncan counts down the finest movies of his action movie idol, Mr Jason Statham. Now, before you start reading any further, you might be thinking, "What the hell have they written this list for? Surely he hasn't even made ten films yet?". But you'd be wrong on two counts.
Firstly, the reason that Jason Statham has been so successful is from working damn hard since he broke through in 1998 with Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels. In the last twelve years, he's clocked up twenty-four onscreen appearances. Sensibly, he's chosen to concentrate on mostly making the films that he's naturally suited to: action movies. The reason I'm most grateful for this is because of the seeming generosity with which it feels he's rewarding me as an action fan. I'd be happy if every other film he ever did was a sequel to The Transporter. ».
Cinematical Late Night: Gravity, M:I4, the Quality Cafe. - I've seen quite a few artistic re-interpretations of Star Wars iconography, but this steampunk Stormtrooper helmet takes the cake. - I can't be the only person who is excited about Deep Blue Sea on Blu-ray, right? Too bad it's a Best Buy exclusive, I'll actually have to expose my skin to sunlight to go purchase it. - It's basically exactly what's been rumored for quite some time, but Shock Till You Drop did discover an official logline for Kevin Smith 's Red State. "A group of kids encounters a crazed preacher (based on Fred Phelps.
founder of the Westboro Baptist Church) who gives a whole new meaning to the term "extreme fundamentalism. "". - Ving Rhames. one of the few actors to survive all three Mission: Impossible films, confirms that his character of Luther Stickell will be back for the Brad Bird -directed M:I4. - Blake Lively and Scarlett Johansson ». Exclusive Clip from Mega Piranha Has Teeth, Etc. Mega Piranha stars ’80s pop sensation’ Tiffany and, as the poster proudly proclaims, it is from the studio who bought you Mega Shark Vs Giant Octopus – so if you haven’t had your fill of enlarged seacreatures, this is the film for you and we’ve been given an exclusive clip from Metrodome to hook you.
Escaping from The Asylum on DVD today, this film looks nuts, and that’s fine by me. How can you not like a film whose official synopsis contains this line. Will the entire population of Florida be saved from complete annihilation? Will Paul Logan keep his top on for more than 5 minutes? Will Tiffany manage to get through the entire film without bursting into ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’. And of course there’s always the most anticipated Tiffany Vs. Debbie Gibson showdown coming up with Mega Python Vs Gatoroid – if you apply ». Rachel Weisz in Talks for 'Deep Blue Sea' Remake. At first read, this might sound like news that would stab you right in the heart.
Could it be possible that the wonderful and talented Rachel Weisz would actually entertain the notion of a Deep Blue Sea remake at this point in her career? Would she follow Agora by being stalked on the seas by smart sharks who fight back, drenched, busty, and desperate? Couldn't the sharks stick to Shark Week.