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Things We Lost in the Fire

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007


Halle Berry lights up the screen Things We Lost in the Fire, while turning in her best performance since Monster’s Ball.

Metaphorically speaking, we don’t see the fire — just the ashes — the formless dust left behind in the wake of a transformative event.

It’s not the easiest way to tackle a story of family tragedy, but Danish director Susanne Bier (Brothers) pulls off a small movie miracle by turning the empty space of a lost loved one into the central character of her English-language debut, Things we Lost in the Fire.

A non-linear examination of loss that stars Halle Berry as a grieving widow and Benicio Del Toro as a recovering heroin addict, the movie opens with a brief but ideal moment in the human experience: A father and son standing next to a pool, sharing a moment of palpable, mutual love.

Before the scene even has a chance to reach its final beat, the opening credits float across the screen. When we rejoin the narrative a few seconds later, we’ve already crossed the invisible line separating one reality from the next.

For the next two hours, we watch the characters struggle to make it to the other side as they wrestle with the death of the family patriarch.

Brian (David Duchovny) was the perfect guy: Attentive, flattering, kind, good-looking and unconditionally loving, he was the backbone of the Burke family. To his wife, Audrey, (Berry), Brian was more than a great father and provider; he was the man who made everything all right, the man who could put his arms around her and make her feel safe and loved when the monsters loomed at night.

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Duel with Dooku Diorama – Sideshow Collectibles

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007


We are excited to present this dynamic depiction of Jedi Master Yoda and Count Dooku as they battle over the fate of the young Jedi Knights. The piece captures an epic moment, as Yoda leaps into the air, lightsaber blazing and forcing Dooku into a defensive stance. Each diorama is cast in the highest quality polystone, hand-finished and hand painted to Sideshow’s exacting standards. The Duel with Dooku diorama is expertly sculpted in approximately 1:9 scale, standing over 10 inches tall. This outstanding scene will make a dramatic addition to any Star Wars collection!

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Things We Lost in the Fire

Saturday, October 20th, 2007


Audrey Burke (Halle Berry) is reeling from the shock of the news that has just been delivered to her door by the local police: her warm and loving husband Brian (David Duchovny), the father of their two young children, has been killed in a random act of violence.

Once anchored by the love and comforts of their 11-year marriage, Audrey is now adrift. Impulsively, she turns to Jerry Sunborne (Benicio Del Toro), a down-and-out addict who has been her husband’s close friend since childhood.

Desperate to fill the painful void caused by her husband’s death, Audrey invites Jerry to move into the room adjacent to their garage in the hope that he can help her and her children cope with their sudden loss. Jerry is facing a daily battle to stay off drugs, but in his unexpected role as surrogate parent and friend to Audrey’s son and daughter he finds a core of inner resilience. As Jerry and Audrey navigate grief and denial, their fragile bonds are constantly tested. Working together, however, they discover the strength to move forward.

Cast: Halle Berry, Benicio Del Toro, David Duchovny, Alison Lohman; Directed by: Susanne Bier

In Theaters: October 19, 2007

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501st Legion Trooper Helmet LE – Master Replicas

Friday, October 19th, 2007


When Anakin Skywalker succumbed to the dark side of the force, his new sith master, Chancellor Palpatine, the self-appointed emperor of the new galactic empire, assigned to him an elite unit of Clone Troopers known as Special Ops or the 501st Legion. Now known as Darth Vader, upon the enactment of order 66, his first assignment was to destroy the younglings and the Jedi temple.

Their distinctive blue-marked armor distinguished them apart from the other ranks.

Their skillful marksmanship and coordinated team maneuvers allowed them to trap and mercilessly gun down the Jedi in the temple.

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Movie Releases: Friday October 19, 2007

Friday, October 19th, 2007

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These movies open in theaters: Friday October 19th. Just click on the corresponding links to purchase the movie posters:


Friday, October 19th, 2007


A corporate workaholic finds that her decision to work late on Christmas Eve has potentially deadly consequences in this thriller starring Wes Bently and Rachel Nichols. It’s that time of the year, and as the snow falls outside and families gather around the dinner table, Angela vows to close one last deal before the holiday. Now late for her family gathering, Angela rushes down to the garage in hopes of racing home and catching dinner before it gets cold. When her car refuses to start, her phone fails to get a signal, and everyone else has already left, it begins to appear as if Angela’s luck may have finally run out. Thankfully, a friendly security guard appears and offers to lend a helping hand. During the course of discussion, the security guard flirtatiously invites Angela to share the Christmas dinner he has prepared in the parking office – an offer that the high-powered corporate climber laughingly dismisses. The next thing Angels knows, she wakes up tied to a chair in the cold security office located on level P2. It appears as if the security guard’s invitation wasn’t optional, and that Christmas dinner was the last thing on his mind. Upon realizing just how serious her situation truly is Angela struggles to escape her subterranean prison and make it out so that she may live to see another Christmas morning. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

Starring: Wes Bentley, Rachel Nichols; Director: Franck Khalfoun

In Tehaters: November 9, 2007

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Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour

Friday, October 19th, 2007


The supernatural tale Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour stars Rissa Walters as the title character, a teenage girl who attempts to figure out why the people of her village are being haunted by ghosts. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide

Cast: Rissa Walters, Brian Comrie, Dan Comrie; Directed by: Lisa Comrie

In Theaters: October 19, 2007

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Midnight Meat Train

Thursday, October 18th, 2007


A photographer propelled to explore his dark side begins tracking a subway serial killer whose brutal butchery makes for the most nightmarish images ever captured on camera in director Ryuhei Kitamura’s adaptation of a short story by horror heavyweight Clive Barker. Leon Kaufman (Bradley Cooper) is just another struggling photographer in search of the perfect subject. Encouraged to explore the sinister side of humanity by a prominent art gallery proprietor (Brooke Shields) who is set to display his upcoming debut, Leon goes against the wishes of his girlfriend Maya (Leslie Bibb) and begins stalking notorious serial killer Mahogany (Vinnie Jones) – whose sadistic murder spree has been making headlines all across the country. As Leon’s fascination with Mahogany gradually grows into obsession, his descent into the killer’s putrid world of murder begins to corrupt his soul while simultaneously dragging his concerned girlfriend down a perverse path of darkness from which there is no return. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

Cast: Bradley Cooper, Vinnie Jones, Leslie Bibb, Brooke Shields; Directed by: Ryuhei Kitamura

In Theaters: 2008

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One Missed Call

Thursday, October 18th, 2007


What will it sound like when you die? A chain of people receive terrifying cell phone messages of their own final fatal moments. Beth Raymond (Shannyn Sossamon) is traumatized when she witnesses the gruesome deaths of two friends just days apart. Even more disturbing, she knows that both of them had received chilling cell phone messages—actual recordings of their own horrifying last moments.

Impossibly, the calls were received days before they died, but each death occurred precisely when and how the messages foretold. The police think Beth is delusional—except for Detective Jack Andrews (Edward Burns), whose own sister was killed in a freak accident that bears a strange similarity to the deaths of Beth’s friends. Together, Jack and Beth work feverishly to unravel the mystery behind the ominous calls. But even as they get closer to the truth, Beth’s cell phone begins to ring with an eerie tune, and the readout says One Missed Call…

Cast: Edward Burns, Shannyn Sossamon, Ray Wise, Margaret Cho; Directed by: Eric Valette

In Theaters: Friday January 4, 2007

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The Mist

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007

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A thick mist engulfs a small town, killing those caught in its shroud. Terrified survivors seek refuge in a supermarket, while a swarm of murderous critters tries to get in.

Cast: Thomas Jane, Marcia Gay Harden, William Sadler, Andre Braugher; Directed by: Frank Darabont

In Theaters: Wednesday November 21, 2007

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