THIS MONTH'S INTERVIEW
director of SAHARA and THE CRAZIES, talks to us about...
His Early Career and his sci-fi film RECON.
Talking with Breck Eisner, he makes you feel like an old friend. It’s easy to forget this
exuberant young man is Hollywood royalty. Yes, his father is Disney’s CEO Michael Eisner. Breck
never trades on his family name, going so far as to direct his USC thesis film RECON under the
name "Breck Jones" to avoid any possible favoritism. The eight minute tech noir thriller features
30 CGI shots including a 3D computer generated helicopter and an animated ‘memory wash’.
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THIS MONTH'S FEATURED FILM
WILDERNESS SURVIVAL FOR GIRLS
Written by Eli B Depres
Directed by Kim Roberts
Three girls go on vacation to a mountain cabin after graduating high school. The cabin belongs to one of their parents, and they haven't been there for *years* because a pair of girls were raped and murdered in the area years ago - the killer never captured.
After smoking some pot, a little paranoia begins to set in - is there someone outside the cabin? Watching them? They've found evidence in the cabin of a squatter - could it be that maniac who killed the two girls years ago? The free spirit girl finds a rifle upstairs (the squatters?) and when they see that there really is someone outside - they capture him and bring him in. A guy in his 40s - not bad looking, but obviously living off the land for a while. Rugged. The three tie him up and argue about what they should do with him. The guy explains that he *was* tresspassing - he'd been living in the cabin for a while, because it was always vacant. He didn't mean any harm, and if they'd let him go he'll find some other place to live. But the girl's paranoia, and this weird sexual dynamic of having a man in their girls-only clubhouse, results in their keeping the gun trained on him... and keeping him tied up. Until he...
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