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The Genius Club

USA 2006
produced by
Arch Bonnema, Timothy A. Chey, Daishi Takiishi, Stephen Baldwin (executive), Keiki Nishimura (executive), Jack Scalia (executive), Tom Sizemore (executive) for RiverRain Productions
directed by Timothy A. Chey
starring Carol Abney, Stephen Baldwin, Jacob Bonnema, Tricia Helfer, Matt Medrano, Philip Moon, Paula Jai Parker, Huntley Ritter, Jack Scalia, Tom Sizemore, Delaine Yates, Arch Bonnema, Jack Guzman, Evan Grayson, Rachel Wittman, Dimitri Diatchenko
written by Timothy A.Chey, music by Daniel Bijan, special effects by Nice Day Effects, visual effects by Harris Reggy

review by
Dale Pierce

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Cloud Ten Pictures out of Canada seemed to take a hiatus after the release of Left Behind III a few years back, but in 2008 they seem ready to return with a vengeance, as this review is being prepared. Aside from making continuations of their Left Behind and Apocalypse series, with Gordon Currie and Nick Mancuso as their respective Anti-Christs, they have bought several lesser known films from other sources, acting as a distributor for the same. To the Christian world, they can do no wrong, though for nonbelievers such as myself and the secular audience, it tends to be like playing a slot machine. Some productions by this company and others from the same ilk are too sappy (in the eyes of an agnostic), but others blend the secular and Christian world so well they may be cross-marketed effectively. Left Behind, for example, has won acclaim from people who normally would never set foot inside a church or watch a Christian film otherwise. It remains, like the varied sequels, something akin to a Christian Omen-series.


This film, though not one of their own productions, has come under their distribution, which gives it a better chance at widespread distribution. It also blends the Christian and secular worlds enough to appeal to both audiences.


The film might be timely too, for in the USA and other parts of America, the government is coming under much criticism for fear of seeing certain civil liberties long regarded as undeniable, being tossed out the window in the pursuit of fighting terrorism. With this in mind, one wonders in the future, what said government or society as a whole may pull next. Thus, while the plot of this film might seem far-fetched on the surface, one has to look into the abyss and realize such is not totally unthinkable. That is scarier than any celluloid monster ever brought into being.


In this film, a group of seven genius types, all with IQs of 200 or more are plucked up and ordered to solve all the problems of the world in one night or total destruction will be the result.


Of course you just know, being a Christian production, they have to find Jesus as the solution to everything. If you can get past this, if you are a nonchristian, you will do alright by the movie.


review © by Dale Pierce


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Robots and rats,
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cuddly toys and
shopping mall Santas,
love and death and everything in between,
Tales to Chill
Your Bones to

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Tales to Chill
Your Bones to
a collection of short stories and mini-plays
ranging from the horrific to the darkly humourous,
from the post-apocalyptic
to the weirdly romantic,
tales that will give you a chill and maybe a chuckle, all thought up by
the twisted mind of
screenwriter and film reviewer
Michael Haberfelner.


Tales to Chill
Your Bones to

the new anthology by
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produced by and starring
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directed by
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written by
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Ryan Hunter and
Rudy Barrow

out now on DVD