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Exclusive Details, Trailer: Vestron Video brings Bob Balaban's “PARENTS” to Blu-ray!
But out of his demented directorial efforts, Balaban is perhaps best known for PARENTS, a horror comedy that paints the nuclear family as crazed cannibals while sporting memorably macabre performances from Randy Quaid and Mary Beth Hurt. Now, with
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FearPsychic Cayce Bridges (Ally Sheedy, THE BREAKFAST CLUB, ST. ELMO'S FIRE) uses her second sight to help the police track serial killers. But now Cayce faces a murderer with his own sixth sense. When Cayce peers into his mind, she finds him smiling back. Soon she discovers that he possesses a power more intense than her own. ParentsLittle Michael (Bryan Madorsky) has everything his 10-year-old heart could desire-including a great dinner every night. But soon he questions where all the leftovers come from and discovers that his dad is bringing home much more than the bacon. Randy Quaid (BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN) and Mary Beth Hurt (THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE) play Michael's fearsome '50s parents, while Sandy Dennis (COME BACK TO THE FIVE AND DIME, JIMMY DEAN, JIMMY DEAN) co-stars as a social worker. System Requirements: Running Time: 179 MinFormat: DVD MOVIE
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Based on a true story, this film is both a riveting courtroom drama and a first class chiller. A Catholic Priest (Tom Wilkinson) is on trial for homicidal negligence after performing a failed exorcism on Emily Rose, devout college girl (Jennifer Carpenter) now dead from assorted wounds and malnutrition. Laura Linney plays Erin Bruner, the priest's defense lawyer, and Campbell Scott plays the chief prosecutor, who argues persuasively that Emily was likely suffering from psychotic epilepsy and could have been saved with hospitalization and medicine. The demonic possession unfolds in a series of spine-tingling flashbacks and as it does so, the initially doubtful Erin is visited by evil forces and her own soul seems to be at stake. More than a criminal negligence case, the trial becomes about the importance of recognizing the limits of rationality and the possibility of a world beyond the visible. In portraying the extent to which wildly different belief systems have splintered modern society this film couldn't be more relevant or timely. Linney and Campbell are first rate, as is to be expected, creating great depth for their characters even though the script grants them almost no personal lives; it's a very stick to the facts sort of tale. Each character lives a life of apparent near-isolation, which adds to the cumulative effect of unease. The house where Emily grows up is spookily oppressive, the scenes of possession are truly scary and a dark sense of foreboding may follow viewers long after the credits have rolled. Carpenter earns a place as a 21st century scream queen with her hair-raising, fearless performance; Mary Beth Hurt plays the judge.
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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment will add two new titles to its recently launched Vestron Video Collector's Series line: Ken Russell's The Lair of the White Worm (1988), starring Amanda Donohoe, Hugh Grant, Catherine Oxenberg, Peter Capaldi, and Sammi... The two releases will be available for purchase on January 31. The Lair of the White Worm. Synopsis: James D'Ampton (Grant) returns to his country castle in England. Legend has it that James' distant ancestor once slayed the local dragon- a monstrous white worm with a fondness for the sweet flesh of virgins. The young Lord dismisses the legend as folklore, until archaeology student, Angus Flint, unearths a massive reptilian skull and the ancient worship site of a pagan snake god on James' property. When James' virtuous girlfriend, Eve (Oxenburg), suddenly disappears, he and Angus set out to investigate the foreboding cavern said to be the worm's lair where a centuries-old mystery begins to uncoil. Special Features: Two Audio Commentaries: Director Ken Russell, Lisi Russell, in conversation with Film Historian Matthew Melia 'Worm Food: The Effects of The Lair of the White Worm' featurette 'Cutting for Ken' an Interview with Editor Peter... Synopsis: Meet the Laemles- and taste the terror in this black comedy, Dad's (Randy Quaid) got a great job, Mom (Mary Beth Hurt) hasall the modern conveniences a happy homemaker could ask for, and ten-year-old Michael (Brian Madorsky) has neat new... Special Features: Audio Commentary with Director Bob Balaban and Producer Bonnie Palef Isolated Score Selections/Audio Interviw with Composer Jonathan Elias Four Featurettes: 'Leftovers To Be' with Screenwriter Christopher Hawthorne 'Mother's Day'... Pauline Kael (of all critics) wrote this about "Parents":. This first feature directed by the actor Bob Balaban is a stunning début, even though the story, which starts as a satiric comedy about the conformism of the Eisenhower 50s, lapses into gory horror-movie banality. The terrifyingly outsize Nick (Randy Quaid), a defoliation expert, and his adoring, obedient Lily (Mary Beth Hurt) are a lovely-dovey pair of married sweethearts. All's right with the world--a man's world--except for their miserable, finicky, little 10-year-old son (Bryan Madorsky), who won't eat his meat to grow up as big and strong as Daddy. The boy's scenes with Sandy Dennis, as the blowsy school psychologist, go into comedy heaven, and his moments with Juno Mills-Cockell, as his new school friend, are inexplicably flaky.
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