The All Def Digital crew link up again for another episode of “Great Taste”. This week we see the squADD discuss their favorite Pixar movie.
Which movie is your favorite? What makes you lover their films?
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The highly anticipated sci-fi horror comedy Alien Party Crashers (fka ‘Canaries’) is available on VOD and DVD this March from High Octane Pictures.
From Welsh writer/director Peter Stray comes the frighteningly fun story of a group of friends at a New Year’s Eve bash in the Welsh Valley, who must fight against an invasion force of time travelling aliens.
The film stars Robert Pugh (”Game Of Thrones”, ”Doctor Who”, Master & Commander) and Hannah Daniel (Netflix’s ”Hinterland”).
Alien Party Crashers is now available on VOD and DVD from High Octane Pictures.
Disney’s ‘Aladdin’ remake has been a source of criticism from past. Fans of the classic film weren’t thrilled with its initial teaser.
However, fans are singing a new tune after seeing the latest trailer for the film. The songs, dancing and of course the lovable genie are all there.
The film looks absolutely wonderful. Watch the full trailer below:
Review by Richard Caldwell
As individuals, we all have ways that we see our lives turning out. The quest for betterment can carry us down strange roads. Often roads unseen leading to villages unheard of. In some of those villages terrible things happen & “Carga” is one of the latest films to speak on one of those things. That thing would be human sex trafficking.
This film follows young Viktoriya’s journey to a better life. After setting out on her quest, Viktoriya finds herself in a terrible situation. The young woman soon finds herself falling victim to a sex trafficking network. A network that sends woman to many different countries. Viktoriya is one of their latest victims.
This film is a good one. It touches upon important social issues. It also shows viewers how easy it is to get caught up in a terrible situation. Sex trafficking is a horrific crime. This film is definitely for mature audiences. Overall, I think viewers seeking more insight into the world of sex traffickers will enjoy it.
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An independent production company that successfully sued Sony over their attempts to stop their movie from being released has not only won the case but set a release date for the title.
Flay, originally due for release in 2017, tells of a young woman who goes up against a malevolent faceless spirit. Sony claimed Phame Factory’s film was a rip-off of the Slender Man legend, which the studio believed they had exclusive rights to. As a result of the messy legal tangle, writer and producer Eric Pham opted not to release the film until he met the studio in court.
Sony, whose Slender Man movie was coming up for release, argued that Phame Factory’s Flay character was too similar to Slender Man (the Slender Man movie was released in August, 2018).
“I’m now very happy to say that we obtained a very favorable resolution of this lawsuit and finally have the legal right to release our feature film”, says Eric Pham on behalf of Phame Factory.
Phame Factory claimed its promotion, distribution and advertisement of Flay didn’t infringe Sony’s trademarks and copyrights and the lawsuit was wrapped two weeks ago.
Phame Factory has now set an April 2, 2019 release for the film, which stars Violett Beane (“God Friended Me”), and A. Michael Baldwin (Phantasm).
The witchcraft-centric horror film Blood Craft, featuring Dominique Swain (Face-Off), Dave Sheridan (The Devil’s Rejects), Mark Rolston (Aliens) and Twilight’s Michael Welch (The Final Wish) will be out April 9th.
Directed and co-written by genre specialist James Cullen Bressack, the film tells of two witchcraft-practicing sisters (Madeleine Wade and Augie Duke) out to get revenge on their already dead father.
Madeleine Wade, who also stars in the film, co-wrote the screenplay.
Says Bressack, “We can’t wait for audiences to discover this unique, disturbing and very Disturbing film…”
The film, which will first play festivals through March, on digital April 9th.
The film was produced by James Cullen Bressack, Micah Brandt, James Thomas, and Madeleine Wade.