360 Sound And Vision will be releasing their newest film project, The Face In The Wall, to DVD, Blu Ray and Video on Demand services (Amazon, Netflix, etc) on July 22nd, 2017.
Written and directed by Dwayne Buckle and starring Frantz Lecoeur, Jonah Ehrenreich, Victoria Guthrie and Mark C. Fullhardt, The Face In Wall is a refreshing take on science fiction aimed at giving modern consumers a new and original story to get their senses stimulated. Calvin Jessup (played by Frantz) is a freelance videographer working on a production with director Bruce Leiderman (played by Fullhardt) and sound man Jimmy DiCarlo (played by Jonah) when they unexpectedly witness a face in the wall…that one else is able to see. The film follows their journey as they try to figure out what exactly the crew is dealing with. Ghosts? Spirits? Lost or trapped souls? Why are they the only ones who can see the face?! Of course, you’ll have to wait until July 22nd to find out. For more information and to stay connected, visit the official website of 360 Sound And Vision.
WE RECENTLY HAD THE PLEASURE OF WATCHING ONE OF 2017’S MOST CAPTIVATING SCIENCE FICTION FILMS, “THE FACE IN THE WALL”. THIS INCREDIBLE INDIE-FILM IS NOW AVAILABLE ON DVD, BLU RAY & DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, AND WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU WATCH IT ASAP!
Now available on DVD, Blu Ray, Rental & Digital Download, here comes The Face In The Wall, one of the years most intriguing, captivating and eye-opening science fiction films by independent movie studio 360 Sound and Vision.
Screaming Match Productions
Calvin Jessup (Frantz Lecoeur) is a freelance videographer working on a low budget video production with director Bruce Leiderman (Mark C. Fullhardt) and sound man Jimmy DiCarlo (Jonah Ehrenreich), but when he sees a mysterious face in a wall of an old location that only him and a few of his friends can see, things start to get a little weird. Is it a ghost, a spirit or a lost soul, is there paranormal activity within their midst? Find out in The Face In The Wall.
The main story of Cybornetics is simple, yet complex at the same time. The director, Dwayne Buckle has created many different layers for the story, especially for the lead character, Charles Benjamin, the young man who is transformed into a cyborg, ARC1. His life takes many turns and is poignantly depicted. The social commentary, on urban life as well as the influence of technology on society in the movie, works out brilliantly together. But also those who will not be able to fully appreciate the social commentary in the movie, will have plenty to enjoy while watching this. The action itself is great and the characters are fun. Also the musical score is what helps to make this movie a very memorable one. Dwayne Buckle delivers one of his best works in this new film.
A cyborg prototype constructed for the military by a team of scientists rebels against his creators by embarking on a mission to uncover the truth about his human origins in this ambitious sci-fi adventure from independent writer/director Dwayne Buckle (The Minority).
A lot of the ideas you’ll see in CYBORNETICS are far from new to the world of science fiction, but maybe you’ve not seen them combined in quite this way. The idea of artificial intelligence seeking its own concept of self is here. As is the cautionary tale of uncautious science, science gone too far, having done something it cannot undo or cannot control now that it’s done. And, of course, the military abuse of science staple. But this isn’t really “Terminator” fodder; it’s more than that, though the comparison is obvious in terms of the what-do-we-do-with-our-AI-now-that-we’ve-got-it motif, also present in the disappointing “I Robot” movie. Anyway, here we have a cyborg created via amazing scientific advances but whose purpose may be nefarious since the project has military applications. What comes next was not in the plans. This isn’t man versus his mistake. Besides being about man dealing with what he has wrought, this is also about that which was wrought itself. Self-awareness is a bitch.
I am a huge science fiction fan and I really enjoyed Cybornetics! This movie is about a young man who's life is changed when he is turned into a cyborg. This movie is really more than one movie. It is a human story about a young man who wants to change his life and it is also a story about how new technology may possibly affect mankind. What happened to Charles, the main character was very moving and thought provoking. There are many twists and turns in the movie with many different kinds of characters, which made it very interesting. I loved the science, the action, and the music. It was nice to see a new original movie. You should really check out this film.
"The Minority is a ambitious and courageous social commentary that questions the current state of race relations in the early 21st century. Passionately produced with strong camera work and a real New York film, this film dares to ask the questions that many are afraid to answer."
Ben Lyons, 'The Daily Ten' on E!
Comedy is hard, as they say, but satire is even harder. Contoversial auteur Buckle takes aim at the perils of assimilation in this blunt-edged blend of Candide and TAXI DRIVER.
Black Harvest International Film Festival
"The Minority," is an excellent perspective on what the African-American experience is like in modern day America. Cloaked in humor, this film is masterful in its depiction of true racism. "The Minority," has a layered effect. As you watch the film there is a lot to laugh about at the beginning. "The Minority," has many layers, but as the layers peel off, the raw reality of what the movie is truly about begins to sink in and the unsettling voice of consciousness sneaks up on you. "Is this really how it is?" "This is exactly how it is." Halfway through the movie, the subject matter at hand suddenly is no longer comical; as a matter of fact it becomes down right painful. Dwayne Buckle does an excellent job creating his first feature length film,and the promise of a great future awaits his arrival.
Moe DeNiro Urban Mogul Magazine
Convinced that race is a non-issue in his life, Jake Jackson (Billoah Greene) has the rug suddenly pulled out from under him when, on one fateful day, he finds himself subjected to a series disturbing incidences that are all motivated by bigotry and prejudice. Carson Grant, Ava Mateova, Bern Cohen and Charles Gaylord also star in this provocative, independent drama from first-time feature director Dwayne Buckle.
Writer-director Dwayne Buckle helms this satirical look at racism through the eyes of Jake Jackson (Billoah Greene), a happy-go-lucky African-American who suddenly finds his eyes opened to the prejudice directed toward him. - CDUniverse
New Release Schedule:
----t/b/d The Glasses 3D (DVD)
----t/b/d The Cycle (DVD)
-----t/d/b - Cybornetics 2: Rise of the Cyborgs (DVD)
---- t/b/d - The Limits of Time & Space (DVD)
Fall 2018 - The 4th Dimensional World (DVD)
Spring 2018 - Tools of the Wheel (DVD)
Summer - 2018 The Orgone Box (DVD)
Summer 2018 - 3SIXDY - Sacred Science (CD/MP3)
Fall 2017 - The Face In The Wall (DVD)
Winter 2017 - The Glasses 2 (DVD)
12/17/2017 - B.L.A.C.C Heart - The Best Of (DVD/CD/MP3/VINYL)
12/17/2017 B.L.A.C.C. Heart - A New Day, A New Way (CD/MP3/VINYL)
9/15/2015 - B.L.A.C.C. Heart - Pain of Ordeals (Vinyl)
11-18-2014 - A President Speaks (DVD)
5-20-2014 - Dinner with Lloyd (DVD)
5-20-2014 - 5 Pointz - An Historical Journey (DVD)
5-20-2014 - Space Womb: The Documentary (DVD)
9-17-2013 - Cybornetics: Urban Cyborg (Special Edition DVD)
9-03-2013 - Cybornetics: Motion Picture Soundtrack (CD/MP3)
9-03-2013 - 3SIXDY - Rise of the Street Scientist (CD/MP3)
9-03-2013 - 3SIXDY - Mood Beats for Listening & Relaxation (CD/MP3)
9-03-2013 - B.L.A.C.C. Heart: Lost Tapes (CD/MP3)
9-03-2013 - B.L.A.C.C. Heart: Beats, Lyrics And Creativity (CD/MP3)
10-23-2012 - Cybornetics (DVD)