Saturday, December 29, 2012

Actor Timothy Woodward Jr. stars in ‘Finders Keepers: The Root of all Evil’ - a non stop suspense and action thriller in 2013

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If you don’t want too much gore, but a lot of action than you might find Finders Keepers: The Root of all Evil’ is your best bet.  It is described as “a high stakes poker game, drug lord, a million dollars and a set of ruthless killers who want it all.”

Award winning Actor, Director Timothy Woodward Jr. stars in this horror thriller. Woodward steals a page from Actor, Director Ben Affleck’s book of acting and directing this feature, which was written by Pia Cook and Todd Gordon.

The full feature film is being release through SKY Studios, a content partner of NBC/Fox/ABC’s on demand distributor Finders Keepers artwork and trailer were posted on IMDB recently and has already starting to create a buzz around Hollywood.

The film about a band of degenerate criminals, the feature crashes their dastardly plots and schemes into the lives of a group of 20 something year olds who are innocently celebrating a birthday. The character that stands out the most is that of “Chuck” played by Richard Bachellor who showed up on set the first day of filming and refused to leave until he was given a part. Bachellor was cast almost by accident, and turned out to produce one of the best performances of the film.

The filming of Finders Keepers: The Root of all Evil is in post production and is expected to be released in early 2013. What makes this film even more interesting is the notion that Woodward deliberately chose non-actors or actors with very little experience. While some in Hollywood might consider this unique technique risky or foolish, it paid off this time around. The final product comes out about as gritty, realist and as raw as you can imagine.

Lorali McGill - Timothy Woodward Jr.
Cook and Woodward have become a known duo, working together on several films including “Blackout” starring Timothy Woodward Jr. and Emmy award winning actor Bill Oberst Jr., and the much anticipated first installment of the new modern day Dracula trilogy. Hang on to your popcorn when you want these films, because there’s quite a bit of unexpected action. More on Dracula Trilogy later.

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