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Justine and Jason Bateman Take the Lead

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As we continue to feature our weekly remake spotlight we are pleased to announce that we just published the Jason Batemen and Justine Bateman drama Can You Feel Me Dancing . Fresh off her lauded directorial debut with "Violet" and her latest book "Brave," both exploring social issues and norms, we found it interesting that even in her earlier creative days, Bateman gravitated to material that lifted up underrepresented people. In "Dancing," Justine Bateman plays a headstrong 19-year-old who refuses to be held back by her blindness, and when she feels penned in by her overprotective family including her brother (played by Jason Bateman), she fights and dances her way to independence. Just like in the Academy Award winning Scent of a Woman, Can You Feel Me Dancing tells a beautiful story of blindness and its power to transform other's expectations amidst the struggle for self efficacy and acceptance. The Batemans handle the subject matter with aplomb whi

Without Warning: Martin Landau, Jack Palance, and David Caruso Team Up

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Without warning 2022 welcomes Omicron which has reared its head in spectacular and overwhelming fashion. So we recommend staying in this weekend to enjoy, in spectacular and overwhelming fashion... WITHOUT WARNING . This scary flick will harken us back to a time when David Caruso, Jack Palance, and Martin Landau decided to get together and do a Greydon Clark picture. If you know Roger Corman and his legacy, you may know Greydon Clark who as a point of interest, makes Roger Corman look like Spielberg. That said, over four decades, Clark brought films to the screen like the "sexy pep squad" in Satan's Cheerleaders and excelled at exploitation with diverse diddies like Joysticks , Wacko , Black Shampoo , and today's feature Without Warning , which (and don't dare us) we are exploring the idea of remaking.  Clark's movies feature Oscar winners like Martin Landau, George Kennedy, Jack Palance and stars who were at the beginning of their careers including Andrew Di