Showing posts with label FILMS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label FILMS. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 02, 2014


Gravedigger The Movie

Gravedigger is set to ax the horror genre worldwide! Shami Media Group, Inc. a distribution, marketing, and media leader in worldwide film distribution has recently acquired "Gravedigger" and has set a release date of November 18, 2014.

Shami Media is led by film veteran Bob Shami who has been in the film distribution business for over 15 years. Their movies are currently found in retailers such as, F.Y.E., Best Buy, Tower, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Sears, Kmart, MVD, Walmart, Target, Frys, Baker & Taylor, Red Box, iTunes and Netflix. They will now be adding Gravedigger to their catalog of outstanding films.

Gravedigger was shot in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ, a few months after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. The movie features a unique cast including TV personalities, professional sports players, reality stars and rock stars. The original soundtrack is by guitar rock lord Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal of “Guns N’ Roses”. Gravedigger, nominated for multiple awards won two for Best Thriller Film & Best Actor, Keith Collins.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014


"Plan C"

"Saturday Night Live" cast member Beck Bennett stars in the riotous animated short film, "PLAN C" from Writer Todd Waldman (ABC's "Happy Endings", "Awkward") and Director Joey Boukadakis("Dinner with Raphael", "Lucy in the Sky with Diamond"). The half live-action, half animated comedy explores a "Planned Parenthood" type scenario with an unexpected twist.

Bennett, along with fellow comedian Nick Rutherford ("The Office", "Kings of Summer"), plays one half of a pair of fast-talking, highly opinionated, animated twin fetuses biding their time in the womb until delivery day. "We knew they would be thrilled by the roles," said Boukadakis. "It's every actor's dream to play an animated fetus. It's the sole reason they attend Juilliard."

As founding members of the LA-based comedy troupe, Good Neighbor, Bennett and Rutherford had previously worked together on a long list of comedy projects, adding a kinetic layer of familiarity to their on-screen chemistry. "These two guys have known one another for so long, they may as well be brothers," said Waldman. "It only served to make their performances as twins confined in a cramped amniotic sac that much funnier."