After getting used to hearing actor Michael C. Hall speak with such a distinctly low voice as a serial killer who hunts serial killers on Showtime’s Dexter, it’s slightly jarring to hear him try on an English accent in Safe, a new crime series for Netflix. The streaming service has just unveiled a first-look trailer for the new show, which follows a man’s quest to find his missing daughter. Check out the Safe trailer below. Read More »
Posted on Sunday, September 30th, 2012 by David Chen
Dave, Devindra, and Adam invite you to check out the under-appreciated Dredd, lament the lost career of Ed Wood, sing the praises of Shawn Ryan’s Last Resort, and opine that Headhunters got the “foreign movie” pass. Tasha Robinson from AV Club joins us for this episode.
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One of the hoariest action movie plot cliches is the one where a tough guy has to protect a kid against all manner of danger. That’s the old saw used for the latest Jason Statham movie, Safe. He’s a former bad-ass cop who finds himself protecting a young girl who has memorized a string of numbers that everyone in New York city seems to want. Beyond the fact that Statham’s partner this time out is a kid, this looks more or less like most of the other Jason Statham action movies that have hit over the past few years. Check out a trailer below. Read More »
In advance of the American Film Market, LionsGate has picked up US distribution rights to three films: Dredd (based on the Judge Dredd comics), Safe and Protection. All three films are from financing/sales company IM Global. Info on all three films is after the break. Read More »