Exclusive interviews: Duncan Jones (Director of Moon) - Andrew Barker (Director of Straw Man) - Tony Grisoni (Screen Writer of Red Riding Trilogy, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas) - Michael Marshall Smith (author of Spares, Only Forward, The Straw Men etc) - Alejandro Adams (Director of Canary) - Ryan Denmark (Director of Romeo & Juliet vs The Living Dead) - Neal Asher (author of the Cormac series, The Skinner etc) - Marc Robert & Will Stotler (Able) - Kenny Carpenter (Director of Salvaging Outer Space)

Press Conference - Public Enemies - Johnny Depp, Michael Mann, Marion Cotillard


FEATURED REVIEWS - Public Enemies - Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - Moon - The Hurt Locker

LFF is on Facebook - Twitter - Friend Feed

Saturday, 6 June 2009

Uwe Boll and Edward Furlong are Stoic

In the claustrophobic confines of a jail cell, an inmate is discovered hanged. In the back-and-forth between the interrogation of his cellmates and the dehumanizing events that led to his death, the horrific truth about what really transpired reveals the duplicitous side of human nature.

Stoic stars Edward Furlong of Terminator 2 fame and is directed by uber director, Uwe Boll (Bloodrayne, Alone in the Dark and other crimes against cinema).

Previously his films have been mainly comic and video game based and a great big pile of steaming celluloid. This has all been for some weird tax thing in Europe, but could he actually be starting to make films that are slightly better than his usual ones?

The jury is out but what do you think of this film from the trailer?

Source: Twitch

Discuss in the forum or leave a comment below.



anotherzen said...

movie looks awesome, no doubt im gonna watch it. looking back at tunnel rats , seed and postal, Boll has the means to make great films, hope this one joins them.