Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Moviegazoo Will Start Promoting Movies Again!

"After watching Facebook and Twitter take credit for the movies we help open, we decided to be a bit more selective on the films we added into our weekly movie rotation.  Plus we shifted more than $150 million worth of ticket sales to our Lifestyles Network. Money that our members would normally spent on tickets. But after watching ticket sales decline over the summer we decided to start promoting films again.

With our Mobile Platform growing at a rapid rate, we believe the time is right to do than just promote a film but partner with a studio in opening a film or investing in a film and then give Moviegazoo Mobile Members the option to see the film before it is released in theaters.  Our Private Screening Platform would permit a Studio to make its investment back with minimum loss!  Meaning by the time a film is released in the theaters, a Studio would have already recouped its original investment, thus limiting it losses in what we call "Bootleg Red Zones" where large amount of Bootleg/Piracy takes place.

When you take a step back and look at the amount of money a major film loses from Bootleg/Piracy, it is mind-blowing!  Take for instance Wonder Woman which came out this year. It lost more than $200 million, and The Fate of the Furious lost more $450 million from illegal downloads.  When a film hits the internet within the first week it's released, the internet suck millions of tickets sales from a film.  Even bad films are being posted online and crushing any hope for ticket sales.  Bootleg/Piracy is not just affecting Hollywood, but Online Streaming and on-Demand Services are feeling the effect.   Netflix and Amazon Prime rank 1 and 2 when it comes to Bootlegged Content.  Within hours of a Series Being released a complete season of a program can end up on the internet for anyone to download… Online Streaming is becoming the new Hollywood when it comes to Bootleg/Piracy.

The amount of money that's being lost is the reason we intend to promote our Private Screening Platform. A more Secure Platform that a Studio can tap into, in order to limit their losses.  So when their film is released in a Bootleg Red Zone, the studio would have already made their investment back!   Moviegazoo's Private Screening Platform will permit us to direct between $200 million and $1.2 billion worth of ticket sales to a film when we are working with a Studio to open their film." said Vince Charles Moulterie II, Founder and Chief Designer of Moviegazoo Mobile.

Moviegazoo Mobile will continue to use its "Bing" App to transfer movie information to its members.  And while Moviegazoo Mobile will start promoting movies again, it will be more selective with the films Moviegazoo Mobile promotes or directs ticket sales to.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Anthony Hornus, Jesse Aragon to helm CDI's next feature, the powerful 'MBF' (Man's Best Friend)

Award-winning journalist, author, actor, director and filmmaker Anthony Hornus knows the human condition and the horrific costs when it comes to war. He's experienced it and seen it first hand. Not as a military veteran, rather as a friend, family member, parent, multi-media professional and story teller about those who have served America from World War II, Korea and Vietnam to Desert Storm, Iraq and his embed with U.S. Forces in Afghanistan.

Lansing (MI)-based production company Collective Development Incorporated, with whom Mr. Hornus has collaborated with for 19 years didn't have to look far in choosing the best, most personally-connected person to direct 'MBF' (formerly 'Man's Best Friend'), CDI's powerful upcoming character study.

Joining Mr. Hornus at the creative helm of 'MBF,' is the incomparable Los Angeles-based Director of Photography, Jesse Aragon. Mr. Aragon, is building an impressive resume, having DP'd CDI's last four films over three years. This includes all three edgy, biblical adventures in 'The Quest Trilogy' ('Forty Nights,' 'Chasing the Star' and 'The Christ Slayer'), and the post-Civil War drama/adventure, 'Wild Faith.'

Mr. Aragon, affectionately nicknamed 'Smooth' by his friends and colleagues at CDI, is becoming well-known to audiences worldwide through CDI-produced films. His eye captures breathtaking and beautiful vistas, gritty as well as burnishing hues and stellar character performances through his lenses.

"Jesse 'Smooth' Aragon has become part of our CDI storytelling tribe and we've all grown from our beautiful collaboration." - DJ Perry, CEO Collective Development Inc.

When Mr. Hornus (prefers Tony or just 'T') graduated high school in a small Michigan town, the war in Southeast Asia was still raging. The anti-war protests and confrontations over racial inequality on the homefront were becoming seemingly evermore violent and deadly (Four dead in O-HI-O, Kent State, 1970).

Mr. Hornus, whose number was 185 in the first year of the Selective Service Lottery, was not drafted. But the death and destruction of the Vietnam War, broadcast into homes nightly on TV, will never leave him.

"I had two good friends who died in Vietnam," explains Tony. "One was a Marine, one was Army Airborne. They didn't have a choice of enlistment or branch like our military does today. They were scared 19-year-olds who yet, when called, had the courage to serve our country in very dark, dangerous, conflicted times. I knew them well. And there were tens of thousands just like Donnie and Dwight who stood up to serve with honor and distinction."

During an illustrious 32-year career in journalism at a Michigan daily newspaper, Tony earned 14 honors from The Associated Press for newswriting excellence in breaking news, opinion/commentary, investigative reporting and human interest profiles.

"Some of the most interesting stories I worked on came from veterans," he enthuses. "World War II vets - guys who were in the Normandy invasion, Battle of the Bulge, Iwo Jima and Okinawa, an uncle who was on a Navy tanker in the Pacific; a soldier who survived a year in a North Korean POW camp; a Vietnam vet who survived the battle of Hue, another who was at the fall of Saigon; stories of those who fought in Desert Storm; and of course, Iraq and Afghanistan. Their stories fascinated me. And you always honor the story. To be across the table from men and women of such character, what a privilege."

On most of CDI's films, Tony, who wrote and co-directed the true crime film, 'An Ordinary Killer,' for CDI (based on his book) is a producer and when the role fits, an actor. He was on the team that helped three young directors – Jesse Low (twice, with 'Forty Nights' and 'Wild Faith'), Bret Miller ('Chasing the Star') and Nathaniel Nose ('The Christ Slayer') – put their creative fingerprint on CDI feature films.

Tony smiled, "Now it's the old man's turn. If you've lived it, crossed paths with and know all the players and types in the story, been a writer and story teller your entire adult life, maybe you've earned the trust to lead a great cast and crew in telling this story.

'MBF'' is tagged as "an engaging tale that draws parallels between the treatment of many wounded military veterans and 'last chance' shelter dogs.

The story touches upon an array of societal issues. From Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other emotional and psychological challenges; physical wounds and horrific disfigurement of wounded veterans; homelessness/families struggling at the poverty level; abuse and mistreatment of animals (specifically canines); disrespectful, troubled teens; and, the arrogance of 'perceived privilege and entitlement' by those in positions of authority, even in small town America.
The uniqueness of MBF is its redemptive reach for balance. It strives to expose the darkness of man's inhumanity, yet embraces the goodness in the hearts of others.

Tony previously embeded with U.S. Forces in Afghanistan while filming the critically-acclaimed and award-winning documentary 'Outside the Wire: The Forgotten Children of Afghanistan' (2011) and directed the award winning short 'Standing Post' playing military-themed festivals now.

"Whether or not that's just from being around a longtime, our goal with this film is to enlighten, educate, empower and perhaps inspire." - T. Hornus

Casting and other business on MBF continues by CDI producers in the desire of late October-November 'Principal Photography' in mid-Michigan.

Friday, October 13, 2017

Don't Miss The 12th Annual FREAK SHOW Horror Film Festival 2017 October 13th-15th Orlando, Florida

Don't Miss The 12th Annual FREAK SHOW Horror Film Festival 2017, taking place October 13th-15th in Orlando, Florida. Tickets are ON SALE NOW!

Calling all Horror Freaks, Fans, and Filmmakers! Be sure to kickstart your Halloween festivities by attending the original FREAK SHOW Horror Film Festival, presented by Fear Film Studios on Friday, October 13th- 15th, 2017 at the Premiere Cinema Theaters 14 located inside the Fashion Square Mall in Orlando, Florida.

Marking its 12th year showcasing some of the best in independent and international horror; the FREAK SHOW is rapidly gearing up to be another fear-tastic viewing season. Specializing in the debut screenings of a select variety of Super Shorts, Shorts, and Features submitted from around the world and it is not slowing down. In additional to those categories, we're excited to announce the inclusion of Student Shorts to this year's viewing line-up. This new category urged student filmmakers to enter their works of art, vying for a chance to win the coveted "FREAKY" Award.

The original FREAK SHOW Horror Film Festival is Florida's longest running horror fest. Starting out originally as a partner with the well-known Horror Convention Spooky Empire from 2006 until 2014, FREAK SHOW quickly gained its own following. FREAK SHOW eventually grew larger than the convention could host. This provided the opportunity to transition from Spooky Empire, into a proper theater going experience for the fans and filmmakers alike. FREAK SHOW is proud to be partnering with Orlando, Florida's Premiere Cinemas 14.

"This has been the goal of the film festival ever since its inception. Not only is it a great feeling for the filmmakers to see their work on the big screen, but we know our true, long time fans and patrons will also enjoy the whole movie theater experience," says FREAK SHOW Festival Founder and Executive Director Robert J. Massetti.

"We have always catered to being a place where horror fanatics feel at home, A visually visceral experience in which they are seeking a break from what is being turned out by the "big budget production companies". Robert recalls that, "With each year fans have shown their sincerest appreciation for us continuing, stating numerous times that they are looking for something fresh and uniquely different. So many are excited to discover the next Freddy, Jason, Michael, or whatever the next big thing in horror may be. We look to fill that void generously with something for every fan!"

Get your tickets for The FREAK SHOW  Horror Film Festival here:

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Zombie Walkers Attack android game creator releases The Secret Princess as it becomes Amazon Video's #1 Bestseller Nollytoons

Known for their popular android game title Zombie Walkers Attack, TransTales Entertainment has done it again this time with a feature animated movie.

Imagine Disney's Frozen with all Black characters; Well the first thing you need to do is to watch The Secret Princess out now on Amazon Movies

With the success of the movie on Kickstater having raised thousands of dollars from fans, there is no second guessing that The Secret Princess is a must see movie. The movie is now the poster image for Nollytoons(African Animation).

The Secret Princess is set to steal the spotlight from Frozen with the all black animated characters and talking animals. The Film created by a British Animation studio TransTales Entertainment ( aims to expand the narrative of Children entertainment.

The Secret Princess:

The Secret Princess is adapted from the book with the same title and the movie has such quality that could easily be mistaken for a Disney production. The film is made in 4k resolution which makes it one of the few animated movies with an IMAX standard. It is also in Blu-ray and High-Definition formats which are available to download from the studio's website

Written and directed by Segun Williams, it stars Desmond Elliot as King Adede and Cuppy Otedola(popular daughter of Billionaire oil magnate) as Princess Sade.

The Secret Princess ( is a Tale of a princess that goes through rejection and hence has to live her life in the jungle while in her place a farmer's son lives a luxurious life as the prince. The story brings to the fore front many delicate topics in a subtle way. It also deals with the inferior treatment of female as compared to male child. The Secret Princess is entertaining and educative, a perfect family movie on Amazon.


A prince falls in love with a mysterious girl unaware she is a real princess switched for him at birth. A king wary of his crown and seeking for a male child to heir the throne led to a secret baby switch by the queen and a farmer's wife. Sade ( the secret princess and her adopted mother are accused of being witches after the farmer disappears; they escape to the Jungle as the animals help them.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Vampires Sink Teeth at Atlantic City Cinefest In "Fruit Bat II"

Javahead Productions is proud to announce its acceptance and screening of its latest film “Fruit Bat II” at the tenth annual Atlantic City Cinefest on October 14th. “Fruit Bat II” is the second installation in a digital miniseries directed and written by Alex J. Murphy about vampires, vegetarians, and corpse keg parties.

The short film will be making its big screen debut at Dante Hall Theater, located at 14 North Mississippi Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ at 3:15.

Two vampire brothers, Lenny and Eugene, find themselves attending a vampire house party for the undead. It's here that Lenny quickly learns Eugene's vegetarian ways cannot be masked in social settings.

Vampiric vegetarian Eugene is played by newcomer David J. Marzano, an actor from Scotch Plains, NJ. Opposite is Lenny, played by actor and voiceover extraordinaire Peter Coleman ("Anamnesis"). Jared Vollmann ("Scream Generations"), Reuben E. Natan ("Renaldo the Magician"), and Jenna Moschella ("Vamp Bikers Dos") also star in the film as distinguished blood sucking partygoers.

The film series lives online on Vimeo and YouTube on Javahead Productions' media pages. Tickets for the Atlantic City Cinefest can be purchased online at the festival's official website.

Fruit Bat II (2016, 5 mins.) Writer, Director, Producer: Alex J. Murphy. Editor and Associate Producer: Michael Posner. Director of Photography: Roxy Barrett. Production Designer: Danica Carothers. Javahead Productions.

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