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Tom Malloy, critically acclaimed actor, wowed Hollywood with his turn in the indie-cult favorite Gravesend in 1998, produced by Oliver Stone. Disenchanted with the process of waiting around until someone hires you for a role, Tom became a successful triple-hyphenate Actor/Writer/Producers and made it his business to learn as much about the filmmaking industry as possible. Though he no longer produces in order to focus on his acting career, over the years, Tom has raised more than $25 million in private equity from independent financiers and has written, produced and starred or co-starred in nearly all the films that his company Trick Candle Productions has made (save two documentaries). Some of these films include Ashley, directed by Dean Ronalds in 2013, Love N’ Dancing directed by Rob Iscove (She’s All That), and stars Amy Smart, Malloy, Billy Zane, Rachel Dratch, and Betty White; The Alphabet Killer, directed by Rob Schmidt (Wrong Turn, Crime & Punishment in Suburbia) stars Eliza Dushku, Cary Elwes, Malloy, Timothy Hutton, Michael Ironside, and Oscar Winner Melissa Leo; and The Attic directed by Mary Lambert starring John Savage, Malloy, and Elisabeth Moss. Tom has appeared in principle roles on Law & Order, Third Watch, Kidnapped, The Siege and Anger Management. Tom is an accomplished author whose book Bankroll: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films is considered the “gold standard” of indie film financing instruction. A second edition came out in 2012. Tom has also competed and taught classes in the smooth, hip-hop dance style known as West Coast Swing. Tom is a nationally known motivational speaker for adults and kids. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com
Join us as we discuss The Story of Luke with the writer and director himself, Mr. Alonso Mayo!
Written and directed by Alonso Mayo, The Story of Luke explores one young man with autism's journey into adulthood and independence (and all that goes with these things).
The Story of Luke is a light-hearted comedy about Luke, a young man with autism who, after being sheltered his whole life, embarks on a quest for a job and a girlfriend. It stars Lou Taylor Pucci, Seth Green, Cary Elwes and Kristin Bauer. The film had its World Premier at the San Diego Film Festival, where it won the prize for Best Film. It has gone on to win 5 Best Film Awards and 5 Audience Awards.
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Creep Show Radio's Daniel Schein and Melissa Walsh present a brand new gory fright filled edition of Creep Show Radio Movie Reviews Tuesday April 2nd at 7:00 PM Eastern or anytime after we wrap in the archives at your convenience.
On this edition we review The Brit Horror/Detective flick Elfie Hopkins: Cannibal Hunter. Then we break down the found footage meets Hills Have Eyes style film, Crowsnest. Plus Cary Elwes and William Hurt discover what lies between life and death in Hellgate, and finally a horror film crew decides to shoot their latest epic in an abandoned Asylum and gruesome hijinx ensue in the supernatural horror shocker, Dark Feed.
All that plus TV Terror Talk with sigh......the season 3 finale of The Walking Dead. Listen to us geek out one last time before the brutal countdown to October begins. Plus the continuing adventures of youg Norman Bates in Bates Motel, and The Following. Tune in Creep Show Radio Fiends.
Nick Vallelonga, PT 2 director, producer, writer, actor, developed 1st appeared in the wedding scenes of The Godfather at 12. He had roles in Family Business, Prizzi’s Honor, Goodfellas, and The Pope of Greenwich Village. Nick and writer/director Christopher Coppola teamed up on Deadfall starring Nicolas Cage, Michael Biehn, James Coburn, Charlie Sheen, Peter Fonda, Talia Shire. Nick wrote and directed A Brilliant Disguise starring Tony Denison, Lysette Anthony, and Corbin Bernsen, and Corporate Ladder starring Kathleen Kinmont, Tony Denison, Ben Cross, Jon Polito and Jennifer O'Neil. Nick wrote, produced, directed, acted in In the Kingdom of the Blind. staring William Petersen, Michael Biehn, Paul Winfield, Leo Rossi, Kristian Alfonso and Nick's dad, Tony Lip (The Sopranos). In 2005 Nick tested the limits of low-budget HD cinema with Disturbance" (aka Choker) starring himself, Paul Sloan, Colleen Porch, Hayley DuMond and Tony Denison. He produced and directed, All In, starring Dominique Swain, Michael Madsen, Louis Gossett Jr., and James Russo. He produced Machine, with writer director Michael Lazar. It starred Michael Madsen, Neal McDonough, Paul Sloan, James Russo, Michael Lazar and Nick. Then he produced A Modern Twain Story: The Prince and the Pauper, starring Disney’s Cole and Dylan Sprouse, Vincent Spano, DeDee Pfeiffer, Sally Kellerman, Ed Lauter, and Nick. He produced and directed Stiletto, starring Tom Berenger, Michael Biehn, Stana Katic, Paul Sloan, William Forsythe, James Russo, Tom Sizemore, Diane Venora, Kelly Hu, Amanda Brooks, Tony Lip, Dominique Swain and D.B. Sweeney. In 2011, he directed Yellow Rock, starring Michael Biehn, James Russo, Lenore Andriel, Michael Spears and Eddie Spears. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com
Throughout his career veteran actor Cary Elwes has turned in an array of outstanding, eclectic performances. He’s just completed production on Ivan Reitman’s upcoming comedy “Friends With Benefits” alongside Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher. He also recently finished Steven Spielberg’s “TinTin.” He also starred Dreamworks’ “A Christmas Carol” with Jim Carrey, directed by Robert Zemeckis.Elwes made his cinematic debut in Marek Kanievska’s film “Another Country” based on the award winning play, and followed up with a starring role in the highly acclaimed historical drama “Lady Jane” alongside Helena Bonham Carter. He then turned in a memorable portrayal as ‘Westley’ in Rob Reiner’s classic fairytale “The Princess Bride” which won over audiences around the globe. Other film credits include the hit psychological thriller “Saw;” the Academy-Award winning war epic “Glory;” “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” directed by Francis Ford Coppola; Mel Brooks’ “Robin Hood: Men in Tights;” “Twister;” “Liar Liar;” “Kiss the Girls,” “Shadow of the Vampire” and Garry Marshall’s “Georgia Rule” with Jane Fonda.On the small screen, Elwes recently starred in the pilot “Tough Trade” written and created by Jenji Kohan and directed by Gavin Hood. He currently recurs on “Psych” as Pierre Despereaux. And also guest starred in a gripping episode of “Law & Order: SVU” as a mob lawyer whose family is viciously attacked. In addition, he portrayed the young Pope in CBS’s telepic “Pope John Paul II.” Previous television credits include the Golden Globe Award winning miniseries “From the Earth to the Moon,” “The Riverman,” “Uprising” and a recurring role as ‘FBI Assistant Director Brad Follmer’ on the final season of “The X-Files.”Elwes was born and raised in London before moving to the States in his teens. He attended college in upstate New York and went on to study at the Actors Studio and the Lee Strasberg Institute.
PSYCH returns to USA on November 10, 2010 & DULÉ HILL is stopping by Stardish to talk about this upcoming season!Dulé Hill stars as Burton ‘Gus’ Guster Best known for his work as Charlie Young on “The West Wing,” Hill first came to prominence as The Kid opposite Savion Glover and Jeffrey Wright in "Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk" (Public Theatre, Broadway's Ambassador Theatre), directed by George C. Wolfe. The history of the African-American people told through tap dance and music, "Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk," proved one of the most exciting events of the 1996 season. His stage credits also include "Black and Blue" (Broadway's Minskoff Theatre), "Shenandoah" (Paper Mill Playhouse) and "The Little Rascals" (Goodspeed Opera House). In 2007, Hill returned to the stage where he starred in “Dutchman” (Cherry Lane Theatre), Amiri Baraka’s Obie award-winning play about a white woman who seduces a naïve bourgeois black man on a train with terrifying results. PSYCH continues to attract a strong roster of guest stars and lined up for the Fall season, in addition to the aforementioned Elwes, is Ally Sheedy (“The Breakfast Club”) returning as Mr. Yin, Mena Suvari (“American Beauty”), Nora Dunn (“Saturday Night Live”) and Ralph Macchio (“The Karate Kid”).
Sam Jaeger’s inherent talent and carefully selected roles have him poised to arrive as a major leading man in Hollywood. Jaeger could most recently seen in the second season of the television show “Eli Stone.”
Jaeger played Dennis in the feature film “Catch & Release,” also starring Jennifer Garner and Kevin Smith. Additionally, Jaeger has such credits as the TV movie “The Riverman,” opposite Carey Elwes and Bruce Greenwood and the indy hit “Lucky Number Slevin” opposite Bruce Willis and Josh Hartnett. “Slevin” was seen at Sundance Film Festival in 2006 and opened nationally to critical acclaim.
Recently, Jaeger wrapped production on his feature directorial debut, “Take Me Home,” which he wrote, directed and starred in along with Amber Jaeger, Victor Garber and Bree Turner.
Jaeger began his professional career in New York while attending college, landing a guest-starring role on “Law & Order.” He also spent several seasons doing theater in New York before making the move to Los Angeles. Once in LA he landed parts in two feature films, “Traffic” and “Behind Enemy Lines.” After those standout roles, he won the powerful role opposite Bruce Willis and Colin Farrell in “Hart’s War.”
In the years following, Jaeger built up an impressive television resume, including roles in such hits as “ER,” “CSI,” “The West Wing,” “NYPD Blue,” “Scrubs,” “That’s Life” and “Girls Club.”
In addition to his film and small screen credits, Jaeger has also co-written and co-produced two short films. The first of which, “Quiz Bowl,” caught the eye of actress Kate Bosworth who later agreed to star in his next short, “Advantage Hart.” “Hart” had its premiere at the Hollywood Film Festival and then toured on the film festival circuit.
Release Date: November 6, 2009 (conventional theaters and IMAX)
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Screenwriter: Robert Zemeckis
Starring: Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Bob Hoskins, Robin Wright Penn, Cary Elwes
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy
MPAA Rating: PG (for scary sequences and images)
Official Website: Disney.com
Plot Summary: "Disney's A Christmas Carol," a multi-sensory thrill ride re-envisioned by Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Robert Zemeckis, captures the fantastical essence of the classic Dickens tale in a groundbreaking 3-D motion picture event. Ebenezer Scrooge (Jim Carrey) begins the Christmas holiday with his usual miserly contempt, barking at his faithful clerk (Gary Oldman) and his cheery nephew (Colin Firth). But when the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come take him on an eye-opening journey revealing truths Old Scrooge is reluctant to face, he must open his heart to undo years of ill will before it's too late
Tom Malloy, Amy Smart, Billy Zane: "Love 'N Dancing"
Tom Malloy is currently billed as a hyphenate actor/writer/producer for his new film, "Love N' Dancing," directed by Robert Iscove, and scheduled to open in theatres next month. He co-stars in this film with Amy Smart and Billy Zane. Tom also wrote, produced, and co-starred in "The Alphabet Killer," directed by Rob Schmidt, and starring Eliza Dushku, Cary Elwes, and Tim Hutton, and "The Attic," directed by Mary Lambert, starring Elisabeth Moss, Jason Lewis, and Tom. Tom has also co-directed the documentary "High" Roller: The Bob Perry Story, and the educational video on club drugs "The Agony of Ecstasy," which has sold to over 2000 high schools!
Tom Malloy was one of the lead actors in the film "Gravesend," presented by Oliver Stone. The film became a cult favorite. He has also had principal roles on "Law & Order-SVU" and "Third Watch" on NBC, as well as films such as "The Siege," with Denzel Washington, and "Anger Management," with Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson.
As a stand-up comic, Tom has headlined and performed at Caroline's Comedy Club, as well as other major comedy clubs along the east coast. As a dancer, Tom was trained in West Coast Swing by Robert Royston, the 5 Time U.S. Open Champion. Tom is now one of the top West Coast Swing dancers on the East Coast, and has taught and competed on the East coast. As a martial artist, Tom was trained in the art of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu by the Gracie Family. He has coached bouncers and high school wrestling teams on the "Most Effective Martial Art in the World." Tom is also proud to be nationally known motivational speaker for kids.