If you've heard anything about "The Raid," you've probably heard all the right things. Whenever the Indonesian martial arts film has screened, including Midnight Madness at the Toronto International Film Festival, it has left rave reviews in its wake.
We have an exclusive clip from "The Raid" called "Four-On-One," and it's called that for a good reason.
Now outfitted with a new score, courtesy of Linkin Parks' Mike Shinoda, "The Raid" is poised to take Sundance by storm.
With the kickoff of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, almost as many A-listers are heading to Park City, Utah as industry newcomers. The fest has always been a place for established actors and filmmakers to branch out and go indie for a movie or two.
We've looked over the scheduled screenings and rounded up a list of some of the celebrity attendees and the projects they're representing at Sundance this year.
At this month's Sundance Independent Film Festival, 2 Live Crew's Luther Campbell will star in a short film probably unlike anything you've ever seen before.
"The Life and Freaky Time of Uncle Luke" tells a fictionalized account of Campbell's hip hop career and campaign to be mayor of Miami-Dade County. The story line strays from fact in many, many places, but none is more notable than the nuclear fallout Miami suffers after a reactor explodes, leaving Uncle Luke as the sole survivor.