HOLLYWOOD, CA--(Marketwired - Nov 10, 2014) - Big Screen Entertainment Group (
YOU CAN'T KILL STEPHEN KING is a comedy horror and fan tribute to the work of the great author. The film contains elements from across Mr. King's written repertoire as well as references to many of the film adaptations. "Die hard fans will be hard pressed to recognize them all," said director Monroe Mann.
YOU CAN'T KILL STEPHEN KING has been receiving favorable reviews from critics who have described the film as having "ingenious plot, good fun with a wry sense of humor."
Big Screen's DVD distributor has had to run more DVDs than anticipated on YOU CAN'T KILL STEPHEN KING as orders are higher than first predicted.
Big Screen's spectacular romantic vampire film, CRIMSON WINTER, is now available on DVD.
SINGULARITY PRINCIPLE will be coming to DVD in January. Starring John Diehl (STARGATE, JURASSIC PARK III) and William B. Davis (THE X FILES), SINGULARITY PRINCIPLE follows a scientist as he tries to replicate an experiment to create a parallel universe and explores the theory of the God Particle. The film was shot by renowned physicist Dr. David Deranian in a special $300 million lab in Northern Canada.
OTHER BSEG NEWS:
BSEG's Q2 financials to be released this week;
Announcement regarding the $100 million film fund and a deal on one of the first films through the fund;
Details on a new film franchise and co-production with China to be released soon.
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