Cyxork 7 DVD (NTSC All Region)

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“No Money, No Script, Just Egos and Earthquakes” is the motto of this dark and twisted satire. Bankrupt action hero Kommander 88 (Ray Wise) and young first-time director Angela (Sonya Smith) shoot “Cyxork 7”-latest and probably last sequel of a faltering sci-fi series-during a predicted cataclysmic earthquake. Their plan: Shoot the climax at the epicenter just when the “Big One” hits and the rocks are flying. Impress Hollywood by taking risks nobody else would dare. It could be their comeback, their ticket to fame. But first they have to survive!

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Ray Wise (“Twin Peaks”, “Reaper”), Sonya Smith (“Cara Sucia”, Univision’s “Olvidarte Jamas”) and Beata Pozniak (JFK, Freedom From Despair) head up an all-star cast in John Huff’s Cyxork 7! Ray Wise stars as a washed-up movie star who heads out to the desert with a young director (Smith) and her independent film crew to resurrect his career with “Cyxork 7”, a new sequel to the film franchise that put him on the map years before. Braving seismic earthquakes and seismic egos, the crew races against time to finish the film before the earthquakes finish them for good!


Co-starring Greg Proops (“Who’s Line is it Anyway?”), Paget Brewster (Showtime’s “Huff”), and Joseph Culp (Fantastic Four), Cyxork 7 is a laugh-out-loud sci-fi spoof you won’t want to miss!


Winner, Best of Festival, FAIF International Film Festival; Best Actor, Ray Wise, B-Movie Film Festival; Audience Award, Best Comedy and Special Effects, Nolita Film Festival; Official Selection, Fantasporto Film Festival



  • NTSC All Region
  • Commentary
  • Interviews and more!

 


RAY WISE (“Good Night, And Good Luck,” “24,” “Twin Peaks”)
SONYA SMITH (“Cara Sucia,” “Olvidarte Jamas”)
BEATA POZNIAK (“JFK,” “Babylon 5”)
JOSEPH CULP (“Apollo 13,” “The Fantastic Four”)
CASSANDRA CREECH (“As The World Turns,” “CSI MIAMI”)
PAGET BREWSTER (“Huff,” “My Big Fat Independent Movie”)
TED MARKLAND (“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” “Another 48 Hrs.”)
GREG PROOPS (“Whose Line Is It Anyway?”)



  • This film is not for children. You should have been at least once “around the block” of life to appreciate its humor. If you have ever been “fired,” even better.
  • Sorry, there is no nudity. Only souls are shown naked.
  • There is emotional violence as a result of over-inflated egos colliding. And there are obviously certain “acts of nature,” physical and metaphysical.
  • The language is not age, but strictly character-appropriate. Some “R-rated” words are spoken but you can also learn about the difference between the terms “metaphor” and “paradigm.” There is nothing you haven’t heard before, except maybe the phrase “a simple gender-switch.”
  • If you are not intimidated, go ahead and buy “Cyxork 7.”

 

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Weight 5 oz