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Demons walk among us, feeding off our misery. That’s the premise of Fire City: The Interpreter of Signs , the feature directorial debut of Tom Woodruff Jr, an Academy Award-winning creature-maker whose track record includes films like Aliens , Predator and Tremors. Co-written and produced by Brian Lubocki and Michael Hayes, the project was financed through the crowd-funding site Kickstarter, and is now being lined up for release. Fire City: The Interpreter of Signs introduces us to Atum Vine, a drug-dealing demon who prowls the shabby corridors of a city apartment block inhabited by down-at-heel humans … and by the demons who prey on them. The status quo of this secret food chain has endured for years, but proves itself fragile when Cornelia, the Interpreter of Signs – the blue-skinned wise woman who oversees demonic life in this closed community – senses change on the way. Strange behaviour among the humans throws the demons for a loop, and Vine finds himself at the centre of a paradigm shift that will challenge his perceptions of who he is … and what it is to be a demon. It’s part-horror, part-detective thriller, part-urban fantasy. Such genre slipperiness may make it hard to market, but it does mean the film projects a pleasing aura of considered artistic intent. One of the movie’s great strengths is its engaging ensemble cast, many of whom play dual roles both in and out of demon make-up. Tobias Jelinek, as the tortured, gravel-voiced Vine, is compelling. he anchors the whole affair with calm assurance, and communicates a subtext that hints constantly at the wider reality lying beyond the confines of his claustrophobic surroundings. Also strong are Danielle Chuchran as the demon Cornelia, and Keely Aloña as Sara, the young girl about whom the shadowy plot pivots. The fanbase (and therefore fund-base) of Fire City: The Interpreter of Signs is characterised by folk with a shared enthusiasm for special make-up and practical creature effects. So it’s no surprise this movie is full of performers wearing prosthetics and foam-latex suits, courtesy of Woodruff’s effects company Amalgamated Dynamics, Incorporated (ADI). For the most part, these look great, especially Vine, Cornelia and sad, seductive Amber. The warthog-like Ford fails in the lip-sync department, but when you consider how much screen time and dialogue the demons get – despite the low budget – their execution overall is impressive. The demons – particularly. Source: Graham Edwards
Horror movie with Matthew Modine, Olivia Williams. (Not rated; mature themes). SURVIVOR (XLrator) An explorer looking for a habitable planet for humanity is stranded with other survivors on a barren world. Sci-fi action with Kevin Sorbo, Danielle Chuchran.
Fire City: Interpreter of Signs is an upcoming demon fantasy thriller set against the noir backdrop of a shadowy atmospheric world, where demons live among humans who are blind to what they
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This is an in depth reference work devoted to the movie trivia game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon. It is far better and more complete than the terrible, short book by the games creators, which was mostly pictures and empty space on the page.
He joins forces with an elf bounty hunter and a notorious orc raider to infiltrate the sect and stop them from accomplishing their goal - summoning an ancient evil God into the world. Fantasy adventure, starring Danielle Chuchran and Richard McWilliams.
Two teen girls Mel and Alana launch a massive cyber attack on Ashley (Danielle Chuchran) by using her identity and pretending to be her. Ashley and her family’s life is ruined, and after their house is vandalized, her mother, Julie Johnson, played by ...
A sincere-to-a-fault look at cyberbullying aimed at family audiences starring Danielle Chuchran, Natasha Henstridge and Jamie Kennedy. While superhero movies and gross-out comedies might occupy the top spots at the box office, a locally produced TV movie ...
Eight young girls with the help of a rogue Vampire and a coven of witches do battle with a horde of flesh eating zombies.
Danielle Chuchran, Actress: Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat. Danielle Ryan Chuchran was born in Upland, California but moved to Utah shortly after. She started her ...
Danielle Ryan Chuchran (born June 9, 1993) is an American actress, having appeared in films since 2001. She played the role of Mary Ingalls in Little House on the ...
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