Kate Drummond (Sajen in “The Dwarf Star Conspiracy“) stars as Claire Porter in the mystery/thriller NOWHERE. Claire’s teenage daughter Sarah vanishes after a basketball team hazing goes wrong. She is joined in her search for Sarah by the team’s coach (Rya Kihlstedt), whose desire to protect the team conflicts with her desire to help. First time director Thomas Michael co-wrote the script with Paolo Mancini. NOWHERE completed filming in and around North Bay, Ontario in June, and will be released in the US and Canada next year.
Drummond is also Fun Fanny in FRAT PACK, a comedy about Elliot (Richard Alan Reid), a shy British guy who just graduated university. He travels to the US for his mother’s wedding (she is marrying into a prominent American family), and is taken on an impromptu road trip by his future stepbrothers to a fraternity party. Along for the ride is their neighbor, Skylar (Rachel Risen), who catches Elliot’s eye. FRAT PACK is available on Amazon Video, and on iTunes. Daily Motion has a trailer. Continue reading →
Shamier Anderson and Asha Bromfield in Episode 1.2 of SLASHER. The entire series can now be streamed on Netflix.
Anderson will also be David Mack in LAbyrinth, a biographical crime thriller that follows an investigation into the murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. Johnny Depp plays a disgraced LAPD detective who is unable to crack the case. and Forest Whitaker is a journalist who teams with him and sets them on a course directly against the L.A.P.D. Anderson’s character probably is David Anthony Mack, a former Los Angeles Police Department Rampart Division Community Resources officer who was one of those named in a 2007 wrongful death lawsuit filed against the City of Los Angeles by the estate of Notorious B.I.G. LAbyrinth will be released in the US on 7 May. Continue reading →
Two (Melissa O’Neil) contemplates an unopened file containing information on her daughter
Six (Roger Cross) still has a death wish. He volunteers for what he thinks is a suicide mission to destroy a Ferris Corp shipyard. As it turns out, he creates what seems to be a giant interface with the universe inhabited by invading aliens. The Marauder, the shipyard, and probably a bunch of ships that were attacking the shipyard, vanish. (We know that at least two of the nine Ishida vessels were destroyed in the battle.) It does appear that the Marauder blinks to a different location as the space-time anomaly it created expands. Alien-Two programmed the Marauder’s blink drive to create a gateway between universes large enough for the Black Ships to pass through. Continue reading →