Welcome to Quantum Releasing’s 2009 Cannes Lineup

May 8, 2009

May 7, 2009

Escape reality with our latest films. From action to comedy, family, horror, and thriller… there is something for all to enjoy. Let Quantum Releasing take you away.

KNOCKOUTS (comedy)

Screening: May 13 . Palais D . 11:30

Screening: May 17 . Palais D . 20:00

A comedy centered on two single girls working the dating scene in Los Angeles.



PROMO Screening: May 13 . Palais D . 13:30

When the US Navy abducts a scientific research dolphin, a teenager and her friends risk without getting caught in the deadly sonar testing.


PENANCE (Horror/Thriller)

Screening: May 15 . Gray 4 . 20:00

A young mother decides to become a stripper to earn some fast cash only to find her worst nightmares are about to begin.


WHO IS KK DOWNEY? (Dark comedy)

Screening: May 14 . Palais B . 20:00

Inspired by a true story, two perennial losers, who want more than anything to be famous, finally gain celebrity status after creating a fictional persona.


FIRST STRIKE (Action/Thriller)

Jordon Tyler, former expert in the U.S military’s top-secret spy program, must race against the clock to stop an incurable, bio-engineered virus that could end civilization as we know it.



Albert isn’t the brightest bulb on the block, but he’s got his best friends George and Ernie to help him out. The only problem is they’re just as dumb as he is. The trio constantly land way over their heads in a comical tale of the blind leading the blind.



Jack the Bitterroot Beagle stumbles upon a treasure map that takes him on a curious adventure through the mountains of Montana in search of a golden bone.


ROUTE 30 (Comedy)

Screening: May 13 . Palais D . 15:30

Three interconnecting stories about rural people in South Central Pennsylvania looking for their happiness.


CARBON COPY (Horror/Thriller)

As if getting dumped by his wife and losing his job weren’t enough, Sam Carbon gets enlisted to unravel the lies of his former life through a series of adventures. Carbon discovers that his Ex-Father in Law, Dr. Scantilini, has set him up to take the fall of his criminal nature. Carbon is then challenged to get ahead of the curve and fight his way out.


30 DAYS TO DIE (Horror)

A group of girls trapped in an institution suffer the wrath of a serial killer on the loose. This campy thriller pays homage to Friday the 13th.



A group of teenagers are trapped in a deserted movie theater and stalked by a crazed B-movie actress out to kill for the demise of her career.


RUN! BITCH RUN! (Horror)

Screening: May 16 . Palais B . 22:00

PRE-PARTY : May 15 @ 21:00 – address: 5 Rue De Moscou

Things go horribly wrong when Catherine and Rebecca, two Catholic School girls going door-to-door selling Religious paraphernalia, knock on the wrong door in the wrong neighborhood.


3 DAYS GONE (Action)

Screening: May 13 . Palais D . 13:30

Buried alive for 3 days, Lucas Snow must now figure out who did this to him and why.


NEOWOLF (Horror/Thriller)

Screening: May 13 . Palais B . 17:30

Two young lovers face the ultimate evil when a chart climbing rock band comes to town looking for new blood.


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2 Crimes 2 Action Thrillers

December 17, 2008

Drug Busts Gone Bad

From being buried alive for 3 days to coming up with the ultimate drug heist, these two films don’t end with the expected.  3 Days Gone and Burning Mussolini put a twist in crime thrillers.

3 Days Gone
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MOMENTO meets  the sex, murder, and betrayal of U TURN

As the color begins to saturate the screen, Lucas Snow begins to figure out the truth. Lucas was buried alive, loosing three days of his life.  Now he’s on the run from the police and the two top drug lords for something he can’t remember doing – stealing a large sum of cash and drugs.  Everyone seems to want him dead.  The only way to stay alive is to remember how he ended up in this mess, and figure out how he’s going to get out of it.

Burning Mussolini
Ex-boxer Paul Choquino has had writers block for over a year now.  With funds dwindling, he must look else where to fund his upcoming wedding and impress his in-laws.  With an obscure plan in place, four unusual suspects decide to take on and rob head cocaine dealer, Benito Mussolini Bonacci. But everything that can go wrong in the burn does, and Paul is left running from the law, the mob and even the members of his own posse.

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BachelorMan Flies to DVD

November 24, 2008

Magnolia Home Entertainment, along with Films On Tap, an Independent film company, announced the DVD launch of romantic comedy, “BachelorMan,” into the US and Canadian markets.

“I’m thrilled that BachelorMan will be seen by a national audience after the great success it has had at film festivals worldwide,” said Films On Tap producer Rodney Lee Conover. “Magnolia Pictures is the perfect partner to distribute BachelorMan on DVD.”

The film stars David DeLuise (Dom’s son), as Ted Davis, the ultimate bachelor and his alter-ego: “BachelorMan.” He’s got the rap, the charm and his little black book weighs several pounds – that is until he meets Heather, the pretty brunette next door played by Missi Pyle (“Dodgeball” , “50 First Dates” , “Along Came Polly” , “Big Fish”), who refuses to fall for anything in Davis’ very deep bag of tricks.

“BachelorMan is a fresh, smart, hilarious comedy that will appeal to a wide audience,” added Conover. “We have every expectation that this will be a runaway hit as well as a cult classic among the college crowd for years to come.”

The pictures was directed by Sundance alumni John Putch (“Valerie Flake”), written by Conover, Jeff Hause & Dave Hines (“Once Bitten”) and based loosely on characters from Conover’s stand-up routines. Karen Bailey and Helen Woo also produced with Exec Producer Tad Lebeck. “It will be great to see BachelorMan in front of an audience, because it was made for audiences…,” Director John Putch.

The project won 26 festival awards, including “Audience Award for Best Feature” at Palm Beach and LA’s Dances With Films; and “Best Screenplay” in San Diego and at the Oxford International Film Festival.

Whether BachelorMan is spraying Lemon Pledge over the door to make his date think he spent the whole day dusting, or whipping out his trusty “Poopmoose” in a nightclub (it’s his custom-made candy dispenser), BachelorMan knows he’s not God’s gift to women, but is just optimistic enough to think that they’re God’s gift to him.

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