The world premiere the In/Sight film is coming to Newport Beach Film Festival! This is a feature film directed by Richard Gabai. Cast include: Adam Baldwin, Angeline-Rose Troy, Christopher Lloyd, Juliet Landau, Lesley Ann Brandt, Natalie Zea, Sean Patrick Flanery, Thomas Ian Nicholas, and Veronica Cartwright as the top cast. This film is written by Aaron Ginsberg and Wade McIntyre… READ MORE
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Tricia Helfer is HOWLIN’ FOR YOU – Must-see trailer and poster – Sean Patrick Flanery, Corbin Bernsen, Diora Baird, Christian Serratos, Todd Bridges!Friday, February 11th, 2011
Are you a fan of new BATTLESTAR GALACTICA? What about THE BOONDOCK SAINTS movies? What about DIFFERENT STROKES? Well have we got a movie for you. The trailer for HOWLIN’ FOR YOU stars Helfer as a Grindhouse-style killer babe that takes crap from no one. She falls for Sean Patrick Flanery… which turns out to be a mistake, and winds up fighting all sorts of eccentric baddies. This looks like Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino’s wet dream… or maybe just mine. Either way, you simply must watch this trailer. The Black Keys song never sounded better! Here’s the synopsis we’ve found… READ MORE
To many of his fans, Sean Patrick Flanery will always be one half of one of the greatest action duos of all time, The McManus Brothers. It would be his performance alongside Norman Reedus in “Boondock Saints” that would help spawn one of the biggest cult sensations in movie history. Throughout his career, Flanery has proved to be anything but a one-trick pony. This dynamic actor has continued to grow his already impressive resume by immersing himself in the characters and continually testing his limits as an artist.
Over a decade after the original film debuted, Flanery and Reedus find themselves reprising their iconic roles in a sequel that many people never … READ MORE
Who would have thought we’d see a sequel to The Boondock Saints? First of all, the film didn’t have much of a theatrical run and even after it attained cult status via DVD, the hope to make a second was an on again, off again concept. Well, the time has come. The film is complete and we’re less than two months away from its release.
Its obvious there are tons of fans out there psyched about seeing the McManus brothers back in action in The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day, but it’s Conner McManus himself, Sean Patrick Flanery, that is especially thrilled about the October 30th release. Yes, in Hollywood when you have a film as successful as The Boondock Saints, a sequel is likely in the future, but All Saints Day is far from a mere effort to capitalize on the success of the original film. It’s particularly special for the fans and the cast as well. Eleven years later, there’s nothing Sean would rather do than bring back Conner McManus.
The Boondocks Saints was only initially released on five screens in the entire county. Did you ever think it would amass such a large cult following?
I never knew. You never know. I knew a lot of people dug it… READ MORE