Vanishing on 7th Street

Overview

Four survivors of a mysterious plague of darkness flee the shadows that seem to have consumed all of society in this thriller from Session 9 director Brad Anderson. Detroit has fallen ominously silent; the power to the city appears to have been cut off, and the streets are littered with the clothes of people whose bodies are nowhere to be found. Desperate and terrified, movie-theater projectionist Paul John Leguizamo seeks shelter with television news reporter Luke Hayden Christensen, frightened physical ...
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Overview

Four survivors of a mysterious plague of darkness flee the shadows that seem to have consumed all of society in this thriller from Session 9 director Brad Anderson. Detroit has fallen ominously silent; the power to the city appears to have been cut off, and the streets are littered with the clothes of people whose bodies are nowhere to be found. Desperate and terrified, movie-theater projectionist Paul John Leguizamo seeks shelter with television news reporter Luke Hayden Christensen, frightened physical therapist Rosemary Thandie Newton, and trigger-happy 12-year-old James Jacob Latimore in an inner-city bar owned by James' mother, who has apparently vanished along with the rest of humanity. Momentarily safe thanks to a power generator that keeps the clutching shadows at bay, the group ponders how to stay alive as Rosemary fears what fate befell her missing infant son, and Luke conceives a plan to seek out his estranged wife in Chicago. When the lights start to flicker, the fight for their lives begins.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Alternate endings; Creating the mood on 7th street; Revealing the Vanishing on 7th street; Behind the scenes montage; Fangoria interviews with director Brad Anderson and actor Jacob Latimore; HDNet: a look at Vanishing on 7th ; Street; Commentary with director Brad Anderson
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/17/2011
  • UPC: 876964003872
  • Original Release: 2010
  • Rating:

  • Source: Magnolia
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 18,208

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hayden Christensen Luke
John Leguizamo Paul
Thandie Newton Rosemary
Jacob Latimore James
Taylor Groothius Briana
Jordan Trovillion Concession Girl
Arthur Cartwright Security Guard
Neal Huff Chicago Reporter
Hugh Maguire Patient
Erin Nicole Brolley Paige
Stephen Clark Male TV Anchor
Carolyn Clifford-Taylor Female TV Anchor
Larry Fessenden Bike Messenger
Nick Yu Chinese Reporter
Technical Credits
Brad Anderson Director
Scott Anderson Art Director
Stephen Beatrice Production Designer
Uta Briesewitz Cinematographer
Tove Christensen Producer
Rusty Dunn Sound/Sound Designer
Thomas Fatone Asst. Director
Liz Gallacher Musical Direction/Supervision
Peter D. Graves Executive Producer
Norton Herrick Producer
Elayne Herrick Executive Producer
Michael Herrick Executive Producer
Evan Herrick Associate Producer
Pamela Hirsch Co-producer
Ken Hirsh Executive Producer
Danielle Hollowell Costumes/Costume Designer
Anthony Jaswinski Screenwriter
Matthew Lessall Casting
Riva Marker Co-producer
Nic Marshall Associate Producer
Lawrence Mattis Executive Producer
Kelly McCormick Executive Producer
Peter Pastorelli Co-producer
Nick Quested Executive Producer
Celine Rattray Producer
Joseph Surace Associate Producer
Lucas Vidal Score Composer, Musical Direction/Supervision
Jeffery Wolf Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Vanishing on 7th Street
1. Movie Theater [:08]
2. Anyone Here? [7:10]
3. Sonny's Bar [9:19]
4. How'd You Get This Far? [10:58]
5. Hey, Hey, Hey [8:11]
6. Somebody Here? [10:02]
7. You're Beautiful [8:12]
8. Hold Up [6:39]
9. Paul [8:14]
10. I Need Your Help [4:33]
11. That's My Bed [7:30]
12. I Don't Have to Beg [3:33]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Vanishing on 7th Street
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Commentary With Director Brad Anderson - On
      Commentary With Director Brad Anderson - Off
      Alternate Endings
      Revealing the Vanishing on 7th Street
      Creating the Mood on 7th Street
      Behind the Scenes Montage
      Fangoria Interviews
      HDNet: A Look at Vanishing on 7th Street
      Also From Magnolia Home Entertainment
      Theatrical Trailer
   Set Up
      Audio: 5.1 Dolby Digital EX
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
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