The movie delivers on action, drama and comedy. Premiere spotlights the stars of the film at the Los Angeles Independent Theater, downtown
I have never been to the Los Angeles Independent Theater, which has been hope for three years. Nice place for premieres, parties, and it even has the tradtional snack bar with drink, nonalcoholic and beer, wine. Inside it is a totally remodeled and modern architectual design. Big enough for parties, yet small enough for intimacy..
And tons of energy from the Producer, Director and Star Zachary Ryan Block (runs in the family. His brother was plenty to sell a stack of DVDs on hand, and with same ear to ear friendly smile.) From one interview to the next there is a lot of buzz and excitement about the film. I bumped into Allison Mattox, who had plenty of energy, too.
The movie is a comical, yet thrilling look inside the life of two partners in crime, Hicks and Cash. They now have to wait out the storm while opposing crime boss Lou Garris has them hunted down. Will they make it out just in time? There are some violent scenes, but pretty dark humor, too. Not a good move for teens under 18..
In the aftermath of a deal gone bad, two partners in crime, Hicks (Zachary Block) and Cash (Robert Dill) are mere puppets in a twisted lineup of crime lords and "not quite so right in the head" villains. Amongst the haunting backdrop of the Mojave Desert, they now have to wait out the storm with a less than appealing safety man, Pox (Austin Galante of Bad Fathers) while an opposing crime boss Lou Garris (Duane Daniels) has them hunted down.
Will they make it out just in time, or is there even a way out? Fathom's Deep is a thrilling and often comical look into the life of un-organized crime and one things for sure... "There's no such thing as Good Guys." I give this movie two thumbs up and a must see of independent films. Let me know what you think about his movie when you go to the theater downtown in the comment section below. More photos at MAYOPR.com or www.mayocommunications.com
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