Movie News: Third Eye Spies, Cemetery Tales, BTS World Tour

Cemetery Tales

Third Eye Spies gets a poster and trailer!

Third Eye Spies

After an experiment in psychic abilities at Stanford Research Institute reveals a top secret NSA site, the two physicists behind it all are co-opted by the CIA and the amazing work of their psychic spies is silenced by the demands of “national security.” When America’s greatest psychic spy dies mysteriously and is accused of treason, it spurs program co-founder Russell Targ to fight to get this work declassified, even if it means going directly to his former enemies in the Soviet Union, to the CIA, and beyond to prove the reality of ESP.

This film presents the true story of physicist Russell Targ, his cold war psychic spies and his
fight to bring this information public. Evidence is presented by a Nobel Laureate, an Apollo

Astronaut, and many formerly undercover military “remote viewers” and scientists that worked for the U.S. Intelligence community. They are now able to speak for the first time. The film consists of compellingly cinematic re-enactments of actual remote viewings done at SRI for intelligence agencies, new data retrieved from recently declassified documents via Freedom of Information Act, and over 30 interviews with every top player involved and how those discoveries are being used today. Targ says that ESP is real whether it is used to find your house keys, or make money on Wall Street; find a kidnapped general or a downed Russian bomber; or discover your own true nature.

Cast: Russell Targ, Dean Radin PhD, Uri Geller, Brian Josephson PhD, Hal Puthoff PhD, Stephan A. Schwartz, Edgar Mitchell PhD, Lori Williams

Directed by: Lance Mungia

Written by: Russell Targ, Lance Mungia

Produced by: Russel Targ

Genre: Documentary

Rating: PG-13

Distributor: Orchard

Synopsis: For more than 20 years the CIA studied psychic abilities for use in their top-secret spy program. With previously classified details about ESP now finally coming to light, there can be no more secrets.

Cemetery Tales: A Tale of Two Sisters Starring Traci Lords Wins at Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival

Cemetery Tales

Tea Time Productions is thrilled to announce its short film, Cemetery Tales: A Tale of Two Sisters, has been named Best Short Thriller at the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival. The festival is set to open on February 12th at the Regal Stadium Cinemas/LA Live and run through February 22nd. It is slated to screen on Friday February 15th. Cemetery Tales: A Tale of Two Sisters stars Traci Lords and is the directorial debut of Chris Roe. The film premiered this past fall at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain garnering notice from the international genre community.
A Tale of Two Sisters is set in the year 1949. Lords plays an aging Hollywood star mourning the loss of her beloved sister on the one year anniversary of her death. When the truth of her murder is revealed, a surprise visitor returns. Presented in stunning black and white with timeless orchestration, the short also stars Bruce Davison, Ros Gentle, Michael Broderick and Monte Markham. A Tale of Two Sisters was produced and directed by Chris Roe and is a Tea Time Production. The film is dedicated to Roe’s good friend and client, the late George Romero. Of trivia note, much of the production was shot in the former home of director James Whale (Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, The Invisible Man and The Old Dark House).
“Chris Roe has given audiences a dark, eloquent tale which for all its brevity, plunges us into a world that remains a potent memory long after the credits roll. Shot with elegance by Alex Wysocki and enriched by a score by Jonathan Hartman which has a classic feel, Mr. Roe’s ‘A Tale of Two Sisters’ is made with a welcome love of style and subtlety,” commented Clive Barker (director and writer of Hellraiser).
“If Val Lewton were still making films, he’d surely seek Chris Roe out,” stated John Harrison (director of Tales From the Darkside: The Movie & Book of Blood).
Darren Bousman (director of Saw II-IV) added, “Stylish and confident, original and utterly unique. Chris Roe is someone to keep your eye on. Noir never looked so good.”
Brainwaves’ own Steve Barton declared, “this is a must-see for any genre fan looking to recapture that classic chilling magic of days gone by.”

BTS World Tour <Love Yourself in Seoul> in ScreenX until February 10th

Only in ScreenX, BTS World Tour <Love Yourself in Seoul>, will extend its run another week with daily showings until February 10th.

The showings will be available in CGV Buena Park, B&B Liberty Cinema, and Regal ScreenX auditoriums across the U.S in all major markets.

bts world tour screenx

  • CGV Buena Park
    ● B&B Liberty Cinema
    ● Regal Irvine Spectrum
    ● Regal Union Square
    ● Regal Atlantic Station
    ● Regal Thornton Place
    ● Regal Pinnacle Stadium
    ● Regal Hacienda Crossings
    ● Regal South Beach
    ● Regal Martin Village
    ● Regal Grand Parkway
    ● Regal Warren West
    ● Edwards Houston Marq’e
    ● Edwards Greenway Grand

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