Starring Lucas Till, Crystal Reed, Sarah Bolger, Reid Ewing, Leigh Whannell and Caitriona Balfe
Directed by Malik Bader
High school heartthrob Scott has it all; good looks, popularity… and a secret admirer. But what starts out as a seemingly innocent crush soon turns deadly. Who’s responsible? Scott’s long time friend Jules, frustrated with their platonic relationship? Bess, a shy classmate, increasingly jealous of his friendship with Jules? Or Jeffrey, a bright outcast whose crush on Bess has lead him to become increasingly obsessive? One thing’s certain, time’s running out and Scott must uncover the psychotic stalker before it’s too late.
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CRUSH – Specifications
Format – DVD, Blu-ray
Running Time – XXX min.
Rated – PG-13
Pre-Book Date – March 5, 2013
Street Date – April 9, 2013
Sound: Dolby 5.1 Surround
Aspect ratio: 16×9 2.40
About Millennium Entertainment
Formed in 2010 and led by CEO Bill Lee, Millennium Entertainment is a leading independent supplier that acquires and distributes feature films. Most recently the company released The Paperboy, directed by the Oscar-nominated Lee Daniels (Precious) and starring Matthew McConaughey, Zac Efron, David Oyelowo, Macy Gray, John Cusack and Nicole Kidman and Richard Linklater’s Bernie, co-written by Skip Hollandsworth and Linklater, starring Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine and Matthew McConaughey. Other releases include Little Birds, starring Juno Temple and Kay Panabaker, with Leslie Mann and Kate Bosworth; Red Lights, written and directed by Rodrigo Cortés, and featuring an all-star cast led by Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver, Robert De Niro, Toby Jones, Joely Richardson, Elizabeth Olsen, Craig Roberts, Leonardo Sbaraglia and Adriane Lenox; and Jay Chandraekhar’s The Babymakers, starring Olivia Munn, Paul Schneider, Aisha Tyler, Kevin Heffernan, Wood Harris and Constance Zimmer. The company recently acquired Upside Down, the sci-fi/romance written and directed by Juan Diego Solanas and starring Kirsten Dunst and Jim Sturgess, along with the recent Toronto Film Festival acquisitions, Stuck in Love and What Maisie Knew.
Look for a review of Crush here at A Darker Image in the next couple of days.