Monday, July 31, 2006

Daniel Sol Interview with

Dream Regime's own Daniel Sol does more than act (Religious Freaks Gone Wild, Bodywash Spoof, Shoot-Out), he also shares responsibilities with Theo Dumont  as co-founder and co-producer of the HollyShorts Film Festival.  The festival is right around the corner, taking place August 11th -13th, 2006.  The amount of press he is receiving is magnifying.  Here is an interview he just completed with, a great site that offers features, news, trailers, articles, interviews and message boards. 

HollyShorts Interview with

Daniel does a great job with this one!

Tyshawn Bryant among Celebrities at Showtime "Weeds" Party

The Dream Regime's own Actor/Producer Tyshawn Bryant was among the celebrity guest list at 2006 Showtime's "Weeds" Premiere Party.  Here he is pictured with "Weeds" star Kevin Nealon.

Friday, July 28, 2006

Our First Shipment of "Shoot-Out" DVD's Have Just SOLD OUT!!!!!

It's great news and sad news at the same time! We are thrilled with the positive response to our "Shoot-Out" DVD. We hope to sell many more copies. The sad news is we must apologize to those who have ordered the DVD and must wait for our next shipment to come in Please be patient with us. We ordered more DVD's this time around to help meet the demand. We've been told that the order has gone right to the presses so we are not expecting a long delay. We will get your DVD to you as soon as we get them. Thanks to all who have supported us and have purchased the DVD. We wanted to keep the first shipment to a reasonable goal that we could surpass. You helped us meet that goal. We certainly appreciate all of you. We have a way of thanking you which will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

Our best,

David, Tyshawn, Daniel

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Jacob Magnuson in LA TIMES!!!

Jacob Magnuson, star of "Honey I'm Home" was recently featured in a LA Times Review for a play he is also starring in entitled, "Rock and Roll Heaven."  He is noted in the Review as a "gem in the rough" along with two of his co-stars.

"Honey I'm Home" is in post-production.  The rough cut has come out great and we are excited to finish the film and share it with you.

Here's what the LA Times Review looks like.  Jacob plays the role of Jesus and is seen on the left in the photo.

Friday, July 21, 2006

Pasadena Star News/San Gabriel Valley Tribune and Whittier Daily News

Pasadena Star News/San Gabriel Valley Tribune and Whittier Daily News all featured a Review of "Shoot-Out" by Vernor Rodgers. It was a full page Review that talks about our independent basketball classic. It appeared in June 29th's Entertainment Section of the newspaper with Pirates of the Caribbean 2 on the cover. We've just received copies. Great to have a review in print, especially when you work so hard and put so much effort in. We cannot thank you enough Vernor. Here's what it looks like.

Sunday, July 16, 2006

The TRUTH behind "Religious Freaks Gone Wild!"

We have received a lot of inquiries whether or not "Religious Freaks Gone Wild" is real or not. There has been a tremendous amount of discussion and controversy surrounding the subject since we posted the video clip online in March.

Whatever truth you see in this video is the truth you are meant to see.

You will believe what you want to believe.

Whether you love the video or hate the video, if it strikes a chord within you, it has done what it is supposed to do.

Thursday, July 06, 2006


With the success "Shoot-Out" has been having, we decided to recut and post a Brand New Trailer.

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Click above or click here, BRAND NEW SHOOT-OUT TRAILER

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

"Shoot-Out" mention in the Brainerd Dispatch Newspaper!

"Shoot-Out" which was showcased at EgoFest in Brainerd, MN is mentioned as one of the "Best of the Festival" by entertainment editor John Hansen of Brainerd Dispatch.

Here is what he wrote,

"Shootout, David Branin, California - A great premise: Two men play a one-on-one basketball game to the death. One guy is cocky, saying he's never lost a game with a bet riding on it; the other wants to put him in his place (or in the ground). It's plenty intense just watching the hoops action, which naturally comes down to sudden death. After the game, things really get interesting as moral questions are raised."

Here is the full article, "It's plenty intense just watching the hoops action"