Repo Chick tells the story of heiress with problems Pixxie De La Chasse. She has been arrested many times, has 9 court dates, is caught sleeping around and causes nothing but problems for her father (Xander Berkeley), aunt (Karen Black) and grandmother (Frances Bay). Her family decides to cut her off unless she finds a job. Pixxi is not happy with this decision, as she thinks it’s not fair. Along with her entourage; SixSixSix (Danny Arroyo) Pixxi’s bodyguard,
It will open theatrically at the IFC Center in New York on January 14 and at the Downtown Independent in Los Angeles on January 21.
It will then hit stores on DVD and Blu-ray on February 8, as confirmed by Disc Dish.
Repo Chick was shot 98 per cent on greenscreen and also incorporated miniature sets and stop-motion animation.
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I previously reported on the film in November 2009, after it premiered at the Venice Film Festival. In that article, actor Danny Arroyo (pictured
Investigators pursuing a bizarre hemorrhagic illness are lead to a strange black painting that they discover is a portal to another dimension.
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“Investigators pursuing a bizarre hemorrhagic illness are lead to a strange black painting that they discover is a portal to another dimension.”
Starring Michael Madsen, Michael Muhney and Jenna Zablocki – alongside Buffy alumni Nicholas Brendon – the film, directed by Serge Rodnunsky, is slated for release later this year.
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The film, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival in September, is co-produced by David Lynch's production company (Eraserhead, Dune, The Elephant Man, Twin Peaks) and produced by Daren Hicks and Simon Tams (producers of Batman: Dead End, Searchers 2.0, Hunter Prey).
The official synopsis of the project is: "Against the background of the credit crunch and the subprime mortgage crisis in the Us, where repossessions of homes, cars and other forms of property is at a new high, the repo business has expanded to everything from boats, houses, aeroplanes, small nations...children."
Jaclyn Jonet stars as the central character Pixxi de la Chasse, a rich girl disinherited by her family for her antics. She ends up
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