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November 1, 2011 at 11:07am

MOVIE BIZ BUZZ: Making "The Resolution"

Director Rick Walters (top) and "The Resolution" screenwriter Rick Tobin take time to bond. Photo credit: Deborah Semer

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TWISTED. MURDER. MAYHEM.

And you thought Halloween had crawled back into its coffin for another year.

Allow me to fill in some blanks. "Twisted" belongs to Twisted Tales of Madness and Murder, a feature-length anthology of horror shorts written by Federal Way's Rick Tobin. Tobin and director Rick Walters (co-producer on Fantastic Confabulations) need some dough (roughly $17,000) to finance the completion of their first short in the Twisted family, The Resolution. So, like any committed artists in desperate need of cash, they resort to murder.

I don't mean your garden-variety psychotic kind, but rather a fundraiser called A Murder Masquerade Ball, scheduled for Nov. 11 at Stonegate Pizza in Tacoma. Brace yourself for a night of movies, music, magic and some mayhem, as the ladies of local promotions group Angels of Mayhem will be on hand to, in their words, "tantalize and entice."

As Resolution's producer, Jeremy Berg of Burien believes strongly in the ingenuity of Tobin's writing. "The whole script has some really nice twists in it," he says. "It plays on a lot of conventions that you're familiar with in horror movies, and turns them on their head."

Make a resolution to help out these local filmmakers. But don't stash away that Halloween costume just yet - throw it on one more time and get $3 off the $20 ticket charge at the door. Or buy your tickets early here. And follow the film on Facebook

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CONNIE MACK IS MOB said on Nov. 22, 2011 at 8:42pm

RESPECTFUL?
STAY ON TOPIC?
FLORIDA U has all the books on LOWE.
About staying on the subject, we're going for the QUEEN,..." assholes"....and we won't take anything " less".

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