The Kidd Has The Winners Of Some Signed SUSHI GIRL Coolness!!
The Kidd here...
At stake, some signed swag from the film SUSHI GIRL (currently on VOD) featuring the autographs of Mark Hamill, Tony Todd, James Duval, Noah Hathaway, David Dastmalchian, Andy Mackenzie, director/producer Kern Saxton and producers Destin Pfaff, Suren Seron, and Neal Fischer. And in order to claim it as your own, you needed to send in the best idea for a future film project that would star Mark Hamill and Tony Todd teaming up on-screen one more time.
After perusing your brainstorms for what would make an interesting piece of cinema for the both of them, it wasn't too difficult to narrow it down to the two entries you'll find here. The first, our runner-up, has landed a signed lobby card, sporting all the names above, for their efforts.
- Neecy Jarman
WHO’S THE DADDY?
Two men (Hamill and Todd) have been best friends since kindergarten. When Lexie (Logan Browning) shows up at the casino they own and claims that one of the two is her father, both are stunned as neither knew that years ago, Cassie (Vivica Fox) was dating them both. Lexie is on the run and has a 4 year old daughter of her own (China Anne McClain). When the Chinese mob catches up with Lexie, they abduct her, leaving the two men to run a casino while dealing with the child who seems to be determined to get into trouble every chance she gets. The men must learn how to cope with a child, defeat the Chinese mob, find the girl and answer the big question of the day – who’s the daddy?
As for our winner, they've got a signed one sheet coming their way, as well as a prize pack of other SUSHI GIRL coolness - shirts, chopsticks, etc. - for coming up with a film that I'd actually be quite interested to see come together in some warped reality.
- Alejandro Perez
DESTINED 4 DESTRUCTION
"In Space... No One Can Hear You SING"
Coming this January....Mark Hamill and Tony Todd are DESTINED 4 DESTRUCTION!
On the edge of the universe a rag-tag crew of space hardened criminals struggles... to stage some of the most famous musical numbers of all time. You've never heard "Put on your Sunday clothes," from Hello Dolly, "76 Trombones" from The Music Man, or "They Call the Wind Maria" from Paint Your Wagon until you've heard it like this before. With the singing talent of Mark Hamill as Dess and the fancy footwork of Tony Todd, fresh off of his (future) appearance on Dancing with the Stars, as "Tin-Eared Tin" these convicts perform night after night... long, cold, endless nights... all to entertain the sadistic Warden--or face his wrath should they fail. All the while their ship approaches the event horizon. Dess and Tin launch into a crazy plan to take over the controls--and put on one last show-stopping number--that just might work...
Directed by Anthony Hickox
Written by Darren Smith
And co-starring Barbara Crampton, Angus Scrimm, and John LaZar, with a special appearance from Gunnar Hansen as The Warden.
This film is not yet rated.
Congratulations to both our triumphant victors. Their creative juices brought them home something this time, and thanks to Assembly Line and Level Up Productions for setting this up with us.
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Dec. 10, 2012, 3:24 p.m. CST
But i'd rather be second or last in line to tihs shit
Dec. 10, 2012, 3:32 p.m. CST
by Bill C.
I'd watch it. His soft-shoeing through a space musical...I think the combination of bizarreness and awesomeness would destroy the universe.
Dec. 10, 2012, 3:47 p.m. CST
by rob clemenza
Dec. 10, 2012, 3:50 p.m. CST
by rob clemenza
a mob boss? and the sushi girl witness a hit while she is serving sushi off her nude body? im just guessing? something they would show at bnat this year?
Dec. 10, 2012, 4:38 p.m. CST
Dec. 11, 2012, 6:01 a.m. CST
It's about a group of criminals who stole some diamonds, but the diamonds disappeared and they all suspect this one dude, but he might not have taken them and you don't know who to believe until the very end. Just watch it. It's better than 90% of the crap that came out in theaters this year and it's a fun movie on its own merits. It's worth watching just for Mark Hamill's insane performance. He's scary and weird and creepy and funny all at the same time. And I'm sure we're going to be seeing some great things from this director in the future. Seriously, I can't recommend this movie enough.
Dec. 12, 2012, 5:50 a.m. CST
James Duval and I were friends in high school. Went our seperate ways and nearly shit myself when i saw him in ID4. true story.
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