January 13, 2012

AMC's The Killing to hit Blu-ray and DVD in March

Great news for fans of AMC's series The Killing, as it gets released on Blu-ray and DVD on March 13th from 20th Century Fox. The release includes an extended finale, which I will be intrigued to check out. Although I felt the series was slightly flawed it was definitely decent and warrants a second viewing. Full details of the release below.

Season 1 of AMC’s critically acclaimed new show “THE KILLING” comes to Blu-ray and DVD on March 13 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.  With exclusive Blu-ray and DVD features, including an extended season finale, loyal fans and new viewers alike will dive deeper into the captivating mystery and complex characters that garnered the freshman series six Primetime Emmy® nominations and one Golden Globe® nomination.  Catch up on the show that everyone will be talking about when “The Killing” returns to AMC for season two this Spring.
 From writer, executive producer and series showrunner Veena Sud (“Cold Case”) “The Killing” ties together three distinct stories around a single murder including the detectives assigned to the case, the victim's grieving family, and the suspects. Set in Seattle, the story also explores local politics as it follows politicians connected to the case. As the series unfolds, it becomes clear that there are no accidents; everyone has a secret, and while the characters think they've moved on, their past isn't done with them.
 “The Killing” stars Emmy® and Golden Globe® nominated Mireille Enos (“Big Love)” as Sarah Linden, the lead homicide detective that investigates the death of Rosie Larsen; Billy Campbell (“Once and Again”) as Darren Richmond, Seattle's City Council President and now running for Mayor; Joel Kinnaman (“Snabba Cash”) as Stephen Holder, an ex-narc cop who joins the homicide division in the investigation to find Rosie's killer; Emmy® nominated Michelle Forbes (“True Blood”) as Rosie's mother, Mitch Larsen; and Brent Sexton (“W.”, “In the Valley of Elah”) as Rosie's father, Stan Larsen. The pilot was directed by Patty Jenkins (“Monster”).
 “The Killing” Season 1 Blu-ray and DVD features all 13 episodes and is loaded with exclusive special features including extended season 1 finale, unaired deleted and extended scenes, gag reel, featurettes, director and cast commentaries.

  • Commentary on the Pilot with Veena Sud
  • An Autopsy of The Killing
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • ORPHEUS DESCENDING - extended season finale
  • Commentary on ORPHEUS DESCENDING

January 12, 2012

Paranormal Activity: The Chronology set to scare up Friday the 13th

As you may, or may not, know Paranormal Activity 3 will be hitting Blu-ray and DVD, through Paramount Home Media Distribution, on January 24th. The release will feature both the theatrical and unrated version of the movie. The latter featuring footage not seen in the theater. Also on the release will be the Lost Tapes, which will contain even more previously unseen footage.

Before that happens though, all three Paranormal Activity films will be available on Digital Download in the Paranormal Activity: The Chronology release. This movie marathon will play all three films seamlessly in chronological order.

Treasure Chest of Horror and Theater of the Deranged News

Here's some news for all you fans of independent horror. Above is the new artwork for the upcoming Treasure Chest of Horrors from Psykik Junky Pictures. Set for release later this year it will be available for pre-order on Amazon, amongst others, very soon. This anthology comes from Executive Producers James Cullen Bressack and Jarret Cohen at Psykik Junky Pictures and directors Doug Waugh and Shawn C. Phillips. More news as I get it.

Also coming from the same folks later this year is Theater of the Deranged. Another anthology, this has just been picked up for distribution by World Wide Multi Media.

From Executive Producers James Cullen Bressack and Jarret Cohen at Psykik Junky Pictures comes the newest horror anthology starring horror film icon Shawn C. Phillips and adult-film sensations Sophie Dee and Veronica Ricci: THEATRE OF THE DERANGED! (Theater of Derange)

Join Andy the Arsonist as he shares five of his favorite short horror films in all their demented glory. The collection features never-before seen films by popular indie horror writer/directors James Cullen Bressack, Shawn C. Phillips, Liz Gilbert, Brian Dorton, and Creep Creepersin.

January 11, 2012

Battle Royale - Complete Collection Ready To Slay The U.S.

One of my favorite movies, Battle Royale, is all set for a nice new shiny release over here in the States. March 20th will see these controversial movies hit Blu-ray and DVD through Anchor Bay Entertainment. Full details on the release are below.

The second movie, Battle Royale: Requiem, whilst entertaining in parts doesn't live up to its predecessor, but it still makes interesting viewing. So, pairing it up with the original on this collection is a good move if you ask me. You get the classic, which bares up to multiple viewings, and then if you want to slip in the sequel you can. I have both movies on import, but definitely plan on picking up the Blu of this!



Available for the first time in North America on Blu-ray™, DVD and digital download on March 20th from Anchor Bay Entertainment

Beverly Hills, CA – Battle Royale.  A title that has shocked, thrilled and unnerved audiences.  A film whose fiendishly simple premise has inspired many imitations, including the upcoming The Hunger Games motion picture. Based on the 1999 global best-seller by Koushun Takami, the futuristic tale first came to the screen in 2000, directed by the legendary Kinju Fukasaku. Authors, filmmakers and film fans the world over consider the film and its 2003 sequel Battle Royale II: Requiem sacred cinematic classics.  And now, fans can own them on high-definition Blu-ray™ and DVD!

On March 20th, Anchor Bay Entertainment proudly brings the Battle Royale: The Complete Collection to Blu-ray™ and DVD for the first time in North America. Featuring state-of-the-art HD transfers, hi-res audio and a wealth of bonus features that delve deep into this truly international phenomenon - the three disc Blu-ray™ plus bonus DVD set has an SRP of $49.99 and an SRP $44.98 for the four disc DVD.  Battle Royale will also be released separately on Blu-ray™ for an SRP of $29.99 and DVD for an SRP of $24.98.  Pre-Book on both is February 22.  Battle Royale will be available digitally via select outlets including iTunes® and Xbox LIVE®.

42 students, Three days, One survivor – No Escape.  Welcome to the world of Battle Royale!

Battle Royale
In the near future, the economy has collapsed, unemployment has soared and juvenile crime has exploded. Fearful of their nation’s youth, the Japanese government passes The BR Law:  Each year, a 9th grade class is sent to a remote island where they will be locked into exploding neck collars, given a random weapon, and forced to hunt and kill each other until there is only one survivor left. Chiaki Kuriyama (Kill Bill) and screen legend Takeshi Kitano (Boiling Point, Brother) star in the movie that has been argued, acclaimed and banned around the world. More than a decade later, it remains one of the most savage, shocking and emotionally powerful films of all time. Now experience the complete Director’s Cut of Kinji Fukasaku’s uncompromising masterpiece – nominated for 10 Japanese Academy Awards® – available uncensored and unrated for the first time ever in America.

Battle Royale: The Complete Collection
In 2000, director Kinji Fukasaku unleashed Battle Royale, his violently poetic epic about an innocent group of Junior High students forced by the government to hunt and kill their classmates for sport. It was nominated for 10 Japanese Academy Awards®, launched a global phenomenon, and banned from screens by frightened civic groups and distributors across America. Three years later, the equally disturbing sequel – featuring a new class, new rules, and a brutal terrorist plot by the first film’s young survivors – triggered its own tragic firestorm around the world. Now for the first time ever, you can see it all: Experience the entire Battle Royale saga on 4 discs that forever blasts open one of the most potent, shocking and savagely influential sagas in motion picture history.

Battle Royale: The Complete Collection’s four disc set in collectible high-end packaging will include:
·         Battle Royale Director’s Cut with both Japanese and English language tracks and English subtitles
·         Battle Royale Theatrical Cut with both Japanese and English language tracks and English subtitles
·         Battle Royale II with Japanese language and English subtitles
·         Battle Royale Bonus Content with Japanese language and English subtitles

·         The Making Of BATTLE ROYALE
·         BATTLE ROYALE Press Conference
·         Instructional Video: Birthday Version
·         Audition & Rehearsal Footage
·         Special Effects Comparison Featurette
·         Tokyo International Film Festival 2000
·         Battle Royale Documentary
·         Basketball Scene Rehearsals
·         Behind-The-Scenes Featurette
·         Filming On-Set
·         Original Theatrical Trailer
·         Special Edition TV Spot
·         TV Spot: Tarantino Version

The Battle Royale release will include:
·         Director’s Cut with Japanese and English language and English subtitles

With impeccable direction by three-time ‘Director of the year’ Kinji Fukasaku, and featuring high-quality acting performances from every angle, Battle Royale: The Complete Collection is as cunning as it is ruthless, offering a unique and brutal depiction of what people are capable of when imminent death is everywhere you look.

January 10, 2012

Immortals - Coming to 3D Blu-ray

The 3D action adventure flick Immortals is all set to hit the world of home entertainment on March 6th from 20th Century Fox. It is released on 3D Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray Triple Play and DVD and will feature an alternate beginning and ending amongst other things. Full details below.

Featuring Alternate Beginning and Endings Visually-Striking Film Explodes on 3D Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray Triple Play and DVD March 6

One brave warrior, touched by the gods, must overcome all odds to save mankind from a merciless and powerful tyrant when IMMORTALS comes to Blu-ray and DVD on March 6th from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Directed by visionary filmmaker Tarsem Singh (The Cell, The Fall) and written by Charles Parlapanides and Vlas Parlapanides, the home entertainment release is chock-full of must-see bonus features including an alternate beginning, two alternate endings, deleted scenes and an amazing graphic novel, creating the ultimate viewing experience.  

From the producers of 300, Mark Canton, Gianni Nunnari, and Relativity’s CEO Ryan Kavanaugh, IMMORTALS explodes off the screen with action-packed battles, mythological adventure and an all-star cast including: Henry Cavill (Superman: Man of Steel), Luke Evans (Robin Hood), Kellan Lutz (Twilight), Isabel Lucas (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire), Stephen Dorff (Public Enemies), John Hurt (Hellboy) and Mickey Rourke (Iron Man 2). In this epic tale of vengeance and destiny, power-mad King Hyperion (Rourke) threatens to destroy all of humanity on his maniacal quest to obtain the ultimate weapon – the legendary Epirus Bow that gives the power to unleash war on both Heaven and Earth.  But Theseus (Cavill), a heroic young villager chosen by the gods, rises up to stop Hyperion’s brutal rampage.  With supernatural help from the beautiful oracle Phaedra (Pinto), Theseus embraces his destiny and leads a fierce band of warriors in a desperate fight for the future of mankind.

IMMORTALS is available on Blu-ray and DVD on March 6th and was theatrically-released by Relativity Media on November 11, 2011.

SPECIAL FEATURES (Blu-ray plus Digital Copy):
·         Alternate Opening
-        Young Theseus
·         Two Alternate Endings
-        This Is Our Last Embrace
-        Theseus Kills Hyperion
·         Behind-The-Scenes Featurettes
-        It’s No Myth
-        Caravaggio Meets Fight Club: Tarsem’s Vision
·         Deleted Scenes
·         Immortals: Gods & Heroes (Graphic Novel)

·         Deleted Scenes
·         Behind-The-Scenes Featurettes
-        It’s No Myth

Ralph Bakshi's Wizards to hit Limited Edition Blu-ray

Ralph Bakshi's Wizards, which was 20th Century Fox's first animated movie is all set for a sexy looking Blu-ray release on March 13th. It's been years since I have seen this 1977 movie, so I am looking forward to checking it out again.

Twentieth Century Fox’s first-ever animated film, created by renowned director Ralph Bakshi, WIZARDS appears in a 35th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray + Book release on March 13 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Celebrating its 35th anniversary, the “epic fantasy of peace and magic” stars the voice talent of Mark Hamill (Star Wars Saga). The special edition Blu-ray + Book release is a must-have for fans and collectors, featuring 24-pages of amazing artwork from the film, some of the artwork never-before-seen, and a special message from Bakshi!
Set on a post-apocalyptic Earth, this fantasy adventure follows the story of Avatar, the kindly, eccentric sorcerer-ruler of Montagar, a rainbow paradise inhabited by elves and fairies. Avatar's evil brother, Blackwolf, dominates Scortch, a bleak land of goblins and wraiths. When the power-hungry Blackwolf attacks Montagar, Avatar, accompanied only by a spirited young woman and a courageous elf, must enter the darkness of Scortch to save his world.

Filthy Review - Snowtown

Snowtown (2011)

Review by Jude Felton

Over the years many of my favorite films have been Australian. The Skinhead drama Romper Stomper from 1992, 1988’s brutal prison flick Ghosts of the Civil Dead, the stunning Western, The Proposition and most recently 2008’s The Horseman are all films that have taken a familiar genre, whether it be a revenge flick or Western and put their own distinctive spin on it. All of them though share one common binding factor, they are harsh, brutal and uncompromising movies that show events in an unflinching honesty.

Now the serial killer genre has been given its own devastating twist in director Justin Kurzel’s thoroughly bleak Snowtown. Released in its homeland in 2011 Snowtown will see a U.S. release in February of 2012 and it is a film that demands your attention. Based on the infamous exploits of Australia’s most notorious serial killer, John Bunting, and the “Bodies in Barrells” case of the 1990’s, it takes a unique look at these crimes and is not your typical serial killer movie, far from in fact. If you think Shane Meadow’s This is England crossed with Penelope Spheeris’ Surburbia with added murder you might get a feel for how this movie is, as it is as much a drama about peer pressure, disenchanted youth and life at the bottom rung of society.

The story follows Jamie (Lucas Pittaway) and his family, which consists of his mother and two brothers. After kicking to the curb her latest boyfriend, Jamie’s mother takes up with the incredibly charismatic John. He’s the sort of guy that puts family first and is a take-no-shit kind of man. John thinks the world of the children and his influence on the kids, especially Jamie, soon shines through. He is, however, an incredibly opinionated man, and during local neighborhood watch meetings thinks nothing on sharing his violent opinions on the sex offenders that live in their poor Northern Adelaide suburbs.

Talk soon becomes actual violence and it isn’t too long before Jamie not only discovers what is happening, but becomes embroiled in a series of violent crimes.

To say that you watch Snowtown would be to do the film a serious injustice. Instead you endure the bleak story unfold. The word that came to mind whilst watching, or enduring it, was unpleasant. There are scenes that are truly difficult to watch, not because they are especially graphic, although there are one or two particularly nasty moments, but because they portray the full emotion of the moment on the screen. John is a truly nasty piece of work, yet he is also the nicest guy you’ll ever meet. Daniel Henshall puts in an absolutely wonderful performance as John, the charisma, the fear he elicits, everything is just spot on. This plays in complete contrast to Pittaway’s shy and frightened performance as Jamie and the balance is terrific between the two.

Aside from murder many other themes are explored here, from bullying to peer pressure to sexual assault, and all will leave you drained as the film draws to a close. The ending, without giving anything at all away, is one of the most chilling I have seen. Snowtown is a true horror film hidden behind the mask of a family drama. Talk is often made of what is the most controversial or graphic film people have ever seen. Well, Snowtown is one of the most powerful without resorting to cheap tactics, overt gore or sensationalism. Yes it is based on a true story, but the lengths the filmmakers went to make the film, which involved consulting the affected communities, assure that there is no glamorization of murder. This is a cold, bleak and depressing film that won’t appeal to everyone but is quite exceptional to these eyes.

Well written, superb direction and a great score, all combined with top notch performances, ensure that this excellent film is one that won’t soon be forgotten. Welcome to Snowtown, enjoy your stay.

Snowtown is released by IFC Midnight on February 29th

January 9, 2012

Online screening of new horror flick Donner Pass

New horror/thriller Donner Pass, which riffs on the Donner Party legend, will debut online this week, starting Wednesday 11th Jan, and will run for five days. Each day will feature a live Q&A with various members of the cast and crew. Full details, including trailer, can be found below below

Donner Pass tells the story of settlers in 1846 that became snowbound in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and had to resort to cannibalism to survive. Some 150 years later, a group of teens on a snowboard trip discover that the curse of the Donner Party still haunts those mountains when members of their group start turning up not only dead, but half-eaten.  Nothing - and no one - is what it seems in this provocative dark thriller. And history doesn't always stay in the past.


New Virtual Theater Experience to
Host Exclusive Q&A with
Talent and Filmmakers

"A twisted take on the Donner Party legend." 
-Stephen McFeely, Screenwriter, The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe, and Captain America
New York, NY (January 6, 2012)-Constellation TV, Freestyle Digital Media & Arroyo Filmworks are pleased to announce five special screenings of the dark thriller, DONNER PASS. Beginning January 11th, a special five-day series of event screenings will take place on Constellation (www.constellation.tv), the leading innovator of virtual online movie theater experiences.
This unique concept is delivering on Freestyle’s mandate to reach every corner of the market by leveraging “FreeStyle Social Cinema” using social network platforms and capitalizing on the power and reach of web-connected video. DONNER PASS is one of several titles included in an agreement made by Freestyle and Constellation to do selective online theatrical screenings of Freestyle’s upcoming release slate. Using Constellation's revolutionary virtual theatrical (VT) technology, screenings will be hosted by directors, actors, and other filmmakers to provide online a dialog with the audience and to deliver an intimate film festival like experience. Special screenings for Freestyle’s other titles will be announced in the coming weeks.
Tickets for the screening are $4.99 at www.constellation.tv/donnerpass

·  On Wednesday, January 11th at 7:30PM PST, Elise Robertson, Director and Mouncey Ferguson, Producer will host a live Q&A about Donner Pass. Robertson began her career in the film industry as an intern character painter on Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, went on to direct Emmy-award winning regional televisionwon a Cine Golden Eagle for her adaptation of Ralph Ellison’s King of the Bingo Game, and is also a working SAG actor whose recent credits include Sons of Anarchy, True Blood and NCIS LA. In addition to Donner Pass, Elise and Mouncey have recently completed the script for Forger, a caper/biopic about the famous World War II-era art forger, Han Van Meegeren.

· On Thursday, January 12th at 7:30PM PST, John Kassir, Horror Icon will host a live Q&A of Donner Pass. Kassir is most notably known for his work in the Tales from the Crypt series as the voice of Crypt Keeper.

· On Friday, January 13th at 7:30PM PST, Michael Defellipo, writer for Horrorsociety.com will host a live Q&A about Donner Pass.

· On Saturday, January 14th at 7:30PM PST, cast members Desiree Hall and Brandon Morales, will host a live Q&A about the film. Desiree Hall is known for her recurring roles in the MTV series Teen Wolf and CSI: Miami. Brandon Morales is known for his roles in film The Office Escapes and TV Series Criminal Minds.

· On Sunday, January 15th at 7:30PM PST, Shannon Lark, Stacy Hammon and Heidi Honeycutt of Viscera Film Festival will host a live Q&A about the film. Viscera is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization expanding opportunities for contemporary female genre filmmakers and raising awareness about the changing roles for women in the film industry.

About Constellation
Constellation is your online movie theater.  Just like a traditional theater, audiences purchase tickets to attend scheduled showtimes of films.  Unlike other online platforms, watching movies on Constellation is a social experience.  Users pick a showtime to join (or create their own), invite friends, and watch movies together.  Many movies are presented by VIP hosts, such as the films' directors, actors, or other notables, who appear live in the online theater to answer questions from the audience during and after the film. 

About Freestyle Digital Media
Freestyle Digital Media, LLC was launched in November 2011 by its CEO Susan Jackson who is Co-President and founder of independent theatrical distributor Freestyle Releasing, LLC and North American sales company Turtles Crossing, LLC. Freestyle Digital Media supplies quality commercial film and TV content directly to all US VOD/SVOD rental DVD/Kiosks and theaters using the latest cloud-based technologies to automate digital workflow.  Freestyle’s goal is to provide fresh, well-marketed product and stay on the cutting edge of the ever-compressing windows to ensure that their partners benefit from a platform that delivers an anytime-anywhere capability in the medium of their choice and a positive digital viewing experience on any device in any location. Jackson has partnered in FDM with Steve Harnsberger and Mark Borde.  Harnsberger is FDM’s Executive Vice President of Business Development and Borde is the company’s EVP of Theatrical Distribution.

On The Ice - New Trailer, Poster and Stills

Here's something I can honestly say that I don't see everyday; a movie shot entirely in Alaska. Well, On The Ice is one such movie and if the trailer is anything to go by it looks like it could be one to watch out for. It's set for a release in NY, LA, Fairbanks and Anchorage on February 10th and below I have some Stills and the Trailer for you to peruse.

On The Ice is written and directed by Andrew Okpeaha Maclean and stars Josiah Patkotak, Frank Qutuq Irelan, Teddy Kyle Smith, Adamina Kerr, John Miller, Rosabelle Kunnanna Rexford and Sierra Jade Sampson

Shot entirely on location in Barrow, Alaska, On The Ice is the engrossing and suspenseful feature film debut by filmmaker Andrew Okpeaha MacLean about two teenage boys who have grown up like brothers go about their lives in the comfortable claustrophobia of an isolated Alaskan town.  Early one morning, on a seal hunt with another teenager, an argument between the three boys quickly escalates into a tragic accident. Bonded by their dark secret, the two best friends are forced to create one fabrication after another in order to survive.  The shocked boys stumble through guilt-fueled days, avoiding the suspicions of their community as they weave a web of deceit.  With their future in the balance, the two boys are forced to explore the limits of friendship and honor.

January 8, 2012

Filthy Review - Gutterballs Pin-etration Edition

Gutterballs Pin-etration Edition (2008)

Review by Jude Felton

When it comes to the horror community there is one word that could be used to describe it, and that is passionate. Whether it be a passionate love, or a passionate hatred, there is no escaping it. The fans, filmmakers, novelists, artists and critics (and anyone I left out) all have that all embracing love for the genre. Over the many years I myself have been a fan I have rarely come across anyone as passionate as Canadian filmmaker Ryan Nicholson. He loves what he does and it shows in his work. Not only that but it shows in his treatment of his movies. Having first given us the Charbroiled Edition of his 2004 short Torched, he now has, finally, unleashed the Pin-etration Edition of arguably his best movie, Gutterballs.

Initially released in 2008, Gutterballs was, and still is, a loving homage to the slasher flicks of the 80s’. The story is classic slasher faire; stick a group of kids in a random location, this time a bowling alley, with no means of escape and then unleash a killer on their obnoxious asses.

The kids this time are split into two groups. On one hand you have the group of cool cat misfits who just want to bowl and have fun, and on the other hand you get the exceptional obnoxious group of jocks who want nothing more than to be abusive. The two groups come to blows one night whilst bowling, after which they are quickly sent on their way by the bowling alley janitor (played superbly by Dan Ellis). He lets them know that they can come back the following night to finish their match after hours. Why after hours? Who knows? This is a slasher flick after all.
Before the following night can arrive though one of the kids is subjected to an horrific assault, and I don’t use the word horrific lightly, which really sets the tone for the onslaught that is to follow.

Gutterballs is a vicious and nasty movie, full of foul language, copious amounts of violence and bloodshed and probably one of the most disturbing rape scenes I have witnessed on film. Well, if you saw the original release of this film and were shocked then you are going to have a heart attack if you ever see this version (there were only 69 copies of this edition released). Nicholson really goes to town on this version and delivers a movie that is on par with Thriller: A Cruel Picture in terms of what you get to see. Whether you want to see it or not is another matter, but it isn’t like Nicholson hid this fact from the world. He promised a XXX “roughie” and that is what he delivered.

Despite being an all around nasty piece of work Gutterballs is also a damned good slasher/exploitation homage. Sure, the acting is a little wobbly in places but is that what you are looking for in a flick like this? I’m sure as shit not. Graphic and inventive kills aplenty, kids you are just screaming out to get butchered and an iconic killer to boot. What’s not to love?

The sleaze and blood drip off the screen as the movie assaults you. Gutterballs isn’t a movie for the casual fan that has been fed a diet of remakes and piss poor studio flicks. The Pin-etration Edition further distances itself from any hope of a mainstream crowd ever digging it. This is a dirty flick made for the fans by a fan, and more power to Nicholson for it.

Now, I could be mistaken as it has been a couple of years since I saw the TLA release of Gutterballs, but I believe that the soundtrack is slightly different on this release as well. Included in this release is also the Balls-Out Bootleg Edition of the movie, some groovy artwork and the rather surprising inclusion of a Crotch Swatch and Rectal Swab. I am not kidding.

Whether or not you get a chance to see this version of the film is hard to say, but I do recommend checking out any version of Gutterballs that you can get your hands on, especially if you are a fan of gory and offensive slasher flicks. If you are a fan of Nicholson’s movies I do know that he has plans for special edition releases of his 2009 flick Hanger. When that will happen I do not know as he has about 30 movies on the go right now. I jest, but he does have a few in the works, including Gutterballs 2.