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MAGNALUX MYSTERY THEATRE PRESENTS: A Lotus 'Til Reckoning

This week's MAGNALUX MYSTERY THEATRE is David McElfresh's A LOTUS 'TIL RECKONING. 

David McElfresh's debut feature, now available on Vimeo, is a depraved, auteuristic playground, seething with ferocity and delight, yet constantly on the verge of becoming a full-on nightmare. 

"I wanted to see a raw, honest character piece. I'm not really interested in story as much as I am with character and motivation. It's my belief if you create complicated people with relatable problems and selfish motivations, which we all have, you can entertain people in the same way as, what has become, a monotonous Hollywood film structure. Script and preparation. That should always take that most time, frustration and sweat. "

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MAGNALUX MYSTERY THEATRE PRESENTS: Crazy Mike

This week's MAGNALUX MYSTERY THEATRE is Sean Feuer's CRAZY MIKE. 

Like all great film comedies, CRAZY MIKE packs a one-two punch: zany laughs, and dramatic sentiment. Although it's completely absurd (the main character gets stabbed in the neck with a prison toothbrush), it has a ton of heart. The mixture of 90s-era nostalgia and dark suburban madness is just fantastic.

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That's a Wrap! THE BROCCOLI BOYS concludes Principal Photography

Our latest film wrapped production early this morning down on the waterfront at Astoria Park. It concluded a weekend of restaurant scenes, blackbox theater sequences, and various wacky exteriors throughout the locales of NYC. It was an uphill battle, but we're proud to say that this should be an exciting new project to begin post-production on. Check out the post within to see some production stills and news about the new film!

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Introducing...THE BROCCOLI BOYS!

This weekend marks the beginning of our seventh film production, an earnest romantic comedy straight out of the John Hughes songbook, THE BROCCOLI BOYS. Written and directed by Dominick, the film follows a particularly bad sketch comedy duo on the night of their dramatic break-up.

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