**Trailer Time**: Indie Edition (“Cold Weather” and “Documenting the Grey Man”)

1 Feb

While some of you may not get to see these films in the theater, I wanted to give you a heads up about them so that you can either look for them On Demand, or look for them on Netflix in the near future. Here’s what we got for you in this special edition of Trailer Time:

Cold Weather

Cold Weather should have been included during the “Opening This Week” we did on Monday, but the film has been around for a little while, premiering at the 2010 SXSW Film Festival and then the Los Angeles Film Festival and was received well at both. It is finally getting a release in limited theaters and is currently at 60% on RottenTomatoes. It is classified as a comedic mystery involving a modern self-proclaimed Sherlock Holmes who tries to unravel the mystery of his missing ex-girlfriend.

Documenting the Grey Man

This looks like a more indie version of Paranormal Activity (if that’s possible), but instead of presenting an unknown demon, this film brings to life a local legend from Charleston, SC, the Grey Man. If you are unfamiliar with the Grey Man, you can read up on the lore here. The film premiered last night at the Homegrown Film Festival and hopes to get some further distribution, due to its success there.

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2 Responses to “**Trailer Time**: Indie Edition (“Cold Weather” and “Documenting the Grey Man”)”

  1. Richard February 2, 2011 at 10:26 am #

    Documenting The Grey Man was a huge surprise, Very entertaining, keeping people on the edge of their seats. It was the amazing acting that made it…

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  1. **Trailer Time**: Indie Edition (“Cold Weather” and “Documenting the Grey Man”) (via Chris and Pac Take on Hollywood) | The Calculable - February 2, 2011

    […] **Trailer Time**: Indie Edition (“Cold Weather” and “Documenting the Grey Man”) (via Chris and Pac Take on Hollywood) Posted on 2 February, 2011 by Jarle Petterson While some of you may not get to see these films in the theater, I wanted to give you a heads up about them so that you can either look for them On Demand, or look for them on Netflix in the near future. Here’s what we got for you in this special edition of Trailer Time: Cold Weather Cold Weather should have been included during the “Opening This Week” we did on Monday, but the film has been around for a little while, premiering at the 2010 SXSW … Read More […]

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