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Sloan Carter is a young girl who has recently been blinded. Her father leaves for the weekend and her two best friends, returning home from University, keep her company. A protege of her father's, passing through town, also spends the night. The peaceful weekend is interrupted by a shadowy threat and the safe country getaway turns into a fight for survival.

No, it's not a Pure Flix movie, I swear! Though I did learn after talking with Surviving Confession's director Matthew Tibbenham, there was a brief period where the religion-centric production company was considered as an option for funding. Luckily the team behind this comedy-drama went the indie route. That was a good idea, considering this story about a priest in crisis isn't exactly family friendly.

Surviving Confession is out July 30th on all major digital platforms: Google, Amazon Video, iTunes.

Synopsis:

Father Morris is a dissatisfied priest who has not been happy with his job for some time. After hearing another unremorseful and untruthful confession from a parishioner who is cheating on his wife, a quick-witted teenager, Amber, comes into his confessional and starts to turn Father Morris’s life upside down. Amber questions everything Father Morris stands for, and begins to get under his skin in a way that hasn’t happened before. Throughout the evening, interesting characters pass through Father Morris’s confessional as he reflects on what matters most in life and continues to quip with Amber, who slowly reveals why she came to confession.

Frederick Schmidt sat down with FanBolt this week to discuss his upcoming Justin Edgar directed film The Marker and his appearance as Metallo on The CW's Supergirl and The Flash.

Synopsis:

In The Marker, A criminal seeks redemption by connecting with the daughter of the woman he killed. Along the way he is haunted by his guilt in the guise of the woman's ghost.

I love jokes. Jokes at the expense of me. Jokes at the expense of others. Jokes are jokes. There is not a single subject that should not be torn apart by a humorous anecdote or parody. No one, absolutely no one is forcing you to endure humor you do not like. So, why are moral busybodies again brandishing the swords they've sharpened over the graves of many ruined careers now? Because The Mouse did not issue a statement condemning a single joke that was part of a blooper reel that could only be seen on a DVD release of a film that came out nearly 20 years ago.

Disney did not virtue signal hard enough for LA Times "culture columnist/critic" Mary McNamara. According to McNamara, "...the quiet excision of a fake “blooper” that perfectly encapsulates part of the Hollywood mythology that has allowed women to be harmed by so many for so long without comment seems an enormous missed opportunity." Jokes cannot be made, apparently, about anything that is a current hot button topic.  #MeToo, which could have been a very powerful and much-needed movement in Hollywood, fizzled out not too long ago. The industry still has a sexual abuse problem and an even bigger pedophile issue, both here and in the UK. Sadly, a few bad apples managed to ruin something important with their stupidity and hypocritical nature.

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment/la-et-mn-toy-story-2-blooper-removed-disney-john-lasseter-20190703-story.html

D-RAILED comes to DVD and Digital August 6

Sci-fi superstar Lance Henriksen (Aliens, The Terminator, “Millennium”) features in the award-winning D-Railed, on DVD and Digital August 6 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
The Dale Fabrigar directed horror film, currently sweeping awards on the festival circuit, also stars Shae Smolik, Frank Lammers, Carter Scott, Everette Wallin and Tonya Kay. The film was produced by Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions (“10th and Wolf”).
A woman boards a train that derails into a lake in the middle of the night. She, along with other surviving passengers find themselves trapped within the sinking wreckage. They discover what lies beneath the surface is far more terrifying as they fight to stay alive against a deadly predator determined to kill them one by one!
D-Railed on DVD and Digital August 6 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

A disgruntled priest, conflicted with his faith, has his world turned upside down when an unlikely person enters his confessional in director Matthew Tibbenham‘s Surviving Confession, premiering on digital this July.

Clayton Nemrow (Nymphomaniac: Vol I) and Jessica Lynn Parsons (“House of Lies”) star in a Nathan Shane Miller-penned comedy-drama that is set entirely in a confession booth. The result is a wildly funny, and at times heart-wrenching cinematic delight that peels the veil back on the lives of two complex, compelling characters.

Father Morris is a dissatisfied priest who has not been happy with his job for some time. After hearing another unremorseful and untruthful confession from a parishioner who is cheating on his wife, a quick-witted teenager, Amber, comes into his confessional and starts to turn Father Morris’s life upside down. Amber questions everything Father Morris stands for, and begins to get under his skin in a way that hasn’t happened before. Throughout the evening, interesting characters pass through Father Morris’s confessional as he reflects on what matters most in life and continues to quip with Amber, who slowly reveals why she came to confession.

Available July 30 on digital (Google, Amazon Videos, i Tunes).

Supergirl’s Frederick Schmidt and Award-winning actor John Hannah (Four Weddings & a Funeral, Sliding Doors) star in a riveting new British thriller from writer-director Justin Edgar.

In The Marker, A criminal (Schmidt) seeks redemption by connecting with the daughter of the woman he killed. Along the way he is haunted by his guilt in the guise of the woman's ghost.

Ana Ularu (Siberia), Cathy Tyson (The Serpent and the Rainbow) and Lara Peake (Final Score) also star.

The Marker premieres on digital August 13 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

This August, True Detective's Bea Santos is Blindsided.

Sloan Carter is a young girl who has recently been blinded. Her father leaves for the weekend and her two best friends, returning home from University, keep her company. A protege of her father's, passing through town, also spends the night. The peaceful weekend is interrupted by a shadowy threat and the safe country getaway turns into a fight for survival.

Eric Knudsen (Scream 4), Atticus Mitchell (“Killjoys”), Melinda Shankar (“Slasher”), and Paul Popowich (“Hemlock Grove”) also star.

From director Johnny Mitchell comes a terrifying, first-rate horror-thriller from Canada.

Mitchell, Brandon Tataryn and Brad Wetherly wrote the screenplay.

Let me tell you about the Great Recession. Jobs were lost. Industries shut down. Homes were lost. I got to sit in my apartment, sending out resumes for hours on end with not a single response. Yes, 2009 was a truly bad year for many of us. However, something was bubbling up from this depressing swamp: the content creator.

The sophomore years of YouTube had given way to more than just pet videos and pirated movies. Individuals were finding their voices via the platform. There was freedom to create. There was an entirely new audience to be reached, people who were searching for a new form of escapism. One of those people at the time was me.

Sometimes nostalgia can be a helpful distraction, especially when the economy and job market is crashing around you. So, after calling a few businesses trying to find a job, I decided to search YouTube for some old shows from my youth. That's when I came across The Nostalgia Critic and his review of the Super Mario Bros. film. It was just a guy in front of the camera commenting on the movie. Yes, it was simple and straightforward, but it worked.

I was quite unaware at that time that digital content such as this would evolve into what we have today: millions of views, millions of subscribers, and millions of dollars. Content creators have become so dominant in the entertainment space, that we've seen mainstream media and journalists take aim at them, causing the various "adpocalypses" over the past few years. Obviously, there is a struggle occurring between old media and new media. Can these two titans co-exist? How can new media continue to change and evolve in order to retain the viewers that are its very lifeblood?

In an exclusive interview, The Nostalgia Critic himself Doug Walker spoke with me at length about how he and Channel Awesome came to be and their path forward in the age of internet-based entertainment.

Synopsis:

Laurel, a small town trans teen, heads to the City of Angels to find a new life.  Instead, she meets a gang of intersectional feminist vampires led by Duke (Diana Hopper, Amazon's "Goliath"). Not knowing if they want to kill her, befriend her or turn her, Laurel learns to understand the love and dangers of her new group of friends.

Before she became the face of the Disney-owned Star Wars franchise, Daisy Ridley was a part of my specialty: indie cinema. Today we talked with professor, writer, and director Peter Hearn, the writer, and director of a unique horror film called Scrawl.

Scrawl is currently available on VOD and the DVD is a Walmart exclusive.

Synopsis:

Simon Goodman (Liam Hughes) is a 16-year boy living in a rundown seaside town. With his best friend Joe Harper (Joe Daly), they create a comic book called SCRAWL as a way to escape their reality, gain some notoriety and more importantly pick up girls. Annie Williams (Annabelle Le Gresley), a girl who hides behind her camera and cannot forget the past gets wrapped up in the boys new world, along with Joe's sister Rosie (Ellie Selwood) and suddenly, with the appearance of a mysterious girl, Hannah (Daisy Ridley), events in the comic book start to invade their reality and situations in the comic book come to life.

Michael Rowe, who's steely gaze graced us in the CW's Arrow as Deadshot is now being put to good use in his brother Andrew's newest film Crown and Anchor. This week we spoke with the Newfoundland native about this project and what it's like working with your kin.

Crown and Anchor will be available on DVD and Digital July 2nd.

Synopsis:

Crown and Anchor follows James Downey (Michael Rowe), who is living a disciplined and straight edge lifestyle as a result of growing up with an abusive alcoholic father. His estranged cousin Danny (Matt Wells) is drowning his own trauma with drugs and booze. When their lives are forced to intersect once more, they each begin to unravel as the past returns with violent and tragic consequences.

(New York City) — Project Veritas has released a new report on Google which includes undercover video of a Senior Google Executive, leaked documents, and testimony from a Google insider. The report appears to show Google’s plans to affect the outcome of the 2020 elections and “prevent” the next “Trump situation.”

The report includes undercover footage of longtime Google employee and Head of Responsible Innovation, Jen Gennai saying:

“Elizabeth Warren is saying we should break up Google. And like, I love her but she’s very misguided, like that will not make it better it will make it worse, because all these smaller companies who don’t have the same resources that we do will be charged with preventing the next Trump situation, it’s like a small company cannot do that.”

Said Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe:

“This is the third tech insider who has bravely stepped forward to expose the secrets of Silicon Valley. These new documents, supported by undercover video, raise questions of Google’s neutrality and the role they see themselves fulfilling in the 2020 elections.”

Jen Gennai is the head of “Responsible Innovation” for Google, a sector that monitors and evaluates the responsible implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies. In the video, Gennai says Google has been working diligently to “prevent” the results of the 2016 election from repeating in 2020:

“We all got screwed over in 2016, again it wasn’t just us, it was, the people got screwed over, the news media got screwed over, like, everybody got screwed over so we’re rapidly been like, what happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again.”

“We’re also training our algorithms, like, if 2016 happened again, would we have, would the outcome be different?”

Best known for his portrayal of the iconic DC Comics' antihero Deadshot, Michael Rowe's first passion was music. A native of St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, after ten years as songwriter and drummer for the post-hardcore/punk band Bucket Truck and sharing the stage with the likes of NOFX, Slayer, Fishbone and D.O.A., he found himself at a crossroads. The breakup of the band sent him west to Vancouver where his brother, Andrew, was beginning his career as a filmmaker. New to film, Michael began producing and performing in his brother's digital comedy shorts. Their short film "Sleepy Stories" became a film festival favorite, followed by the Whistler Film Festival/MPPIA supported and award-winning "Vehicular Romanticide".

With a new focus, and after a short stint at The Actor's Foundry in East Vancouver, Michael landed a recurring role as the popular super villain Deadshot on the hit CW series Arrow. His background in comedy helped him bring a unique and darkly offbeat energy to the performance which led to the character becoming a fan favorite. Michael jumped from one deadly comic book assassin to another in 2016 when he was cast as Ninjak, the lead character in Valiant Comics' debut live-action series titled: "Ninjak vs. The Valiant Universe", set for release in 2017.

Along with his success in the DC and Valiant worlds Michael continues working on independent projects with his brother. They have just finished production on their debut feature film, Crown and Anchor, in which Michael plays the lead character, James Downey.

An award-winning new film about a haunted road in New Jersey has been picked up for distribution by Midnight Releasing, who are targeting a summer theatrical bow.

Clinton Road, directed by Steve Stanulis and Richard Grieco, stars internationally acclaimed musician and actor Ice-T (New Jack City, "Law & Order : SVU"), James DeBello (Cabin Fever, Detroit Rock City), Vincent Pastore ("The Sopranos", Goodfellas), and Erin O'Brien (Killing Joan).

In the film, scripted by Derek Ross Mackay, a widowed firefighter seeks closure after his wife goes missing on an actual haunted road in rural New Jersey but must unlock the roads secret if he wants to get out alive.

Ace Young ("Bones"), Katie Morrison ("The Blacklist"), Bo Dietl ("Vinyl"), and Oscar Nominee Eric Roberts also star.
Grieco, Noel Ashman, and Steve Stanulis produce.

The 10-city theatrical (cities to be announced) and PVOD release of Clinton Road begins June 14.

An award-winning new film about a haunted road in New Jersey has been picked up for distribution by Midnight Releasing, who are targeting a summer theatrical bow.

Clinton Road, directed by Steve Stanulis and Richard Grieco, stars internationally acclaimed musician and actor Ice-T (New Jack City, "Law & Order : SVU"), James DeBello (Cabin Fever, Detroit Rock City), Vincent Pastore ("The Sopranos", Goodfellas), and Erin O'Brien (Killing Joan).

In the film, scripted by Derek Ross Mackay, a widowed firefighter seeks closure after his wife goes missing on an actual haunted road in rural New Jersey but must unlock the roads secret if he wants to get out alive.

Ace Young ("Bones"), Katie Morrison ("The Blacklist"), Bo Dietl ("Vinyl"), and Oscar Nominee Eric Roberts also star.
Grieco, Noel Ashman, and Steve Stanulis produce.

The 10-city theatrical (cities to be announced) and PVOD release of Clinton Road begins June 14.

Starring The Walking Dead’s Elyse DuFour, The Night Sitter fixes on a scheming con artist that poses as innocent babysitter to steal from a wealthy occult enthusiast. Just as the thief arrives to clean out the house, the home owner’s reclusive son stumbles upon one of his father’s artifacts and unwittingly summons a trio of witches known as The Three Mothers. As the playful, sadistic witches start picking people off, the humans form an unlikely bond and try to survive the night together.

From writer/director Peter Hearn comes SCRAWL, a terrifying new motion picture experience now available on TVOD and DVD (Walmart Only).

Simon Goodman (Liam Hughes) is a 16-year boy living in a rundown seaside town. With his best friend Joe Harper (Joe Daly), they create a comic book called SCRAWL as a way to escape their reality, gain some notoriety and more importantly pick up girls.
Annie Williams (Annabelle Le Gresley), a girl who hides behind her camera and cannot forget the past gets wrapped up in the boys new world, along with Joe's sister Rosie (Ellie Selwood) and suddenly, with the appearance of a mysterious girl, Hannah (Daisy Ridley), events in the comic book start to invade their reality and situations in the comic book come to life.

From writer-director Miles Doleac (Demons), comes a spine-chilling new motion picture experience in the tradition of The Green Inferno and Deliverance : Hallowed Ground.

A married couple, trying to rebuild their relationship after an affair, travels to a secluded cabin and stumbles into a blood feud between the Native American owners of the property and the neighboring clan, who obsessively guard their land and punish those who trespass on it in terrifying ways.

Doleac (‘’Banshee’’), Sherri Eakin (Hayride), Ritchie Montgomery (The Magnificent Seven), and Lindsay Anne Williams (The Hollow) star in an Uncork’d Entertainment release.

Doleac and Williams produce alongside Wesley O’Mary and Michael Williams

Hallowed Ground in select theaters June 7, and releasing on VOD/DVD June 11.

Hailing from my home city of Tampa, Keith Sutliff headed West to follow his dream and forge his dream in Hollywood. KS Pictures, Sutliff's production company, is getting ready to release their newest film to the masses and we sat down with the man himself to talk about The Refuge.

A clip from Michelle's first time playing 'Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted.' She managed to beat Foxy, but power is running out!

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