Posted on: July 19th, 2007
99 Pieces picks up pace-
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(Poster art for 99 PIECES)
The feature film 99 PIECES (review) is picking up pace as the public and press
are starting to uncover the puzzle. Released a few months ago to festivals,
99 PIECES and writer/director Anthony Falcon haven’t slowed down a bit.
Taking in two fabulous reviews, a couple nominations and a prize award that
would leave any Horror Filmmaker with an evil grin, Falcon is riding the wave
of excitement as 99 PIECES makes it’s way to New York City this month. The
plot revolving around a man given the choice to lock himself in his own home
for forty-days in order to uncover a puzzle that will find him a connection to
4 men he does not know took home a nomination for Best Actor in a Feature
Film for Falcon; a nomination for Film Auteur of the Year Award and the Prize
Award for Best Horror Film of the Year by the 7th Annual Bare Bones
International Film Festival.

The film also managed to capture two reviewers’ hearts as they shed some
stellar comments on the film.
"The film gives a new meaning to the word's a lot more tormenting on a level than anything in "Saw"...Falcon
does an excellent job as the character of Joshua"
- Nicky Jones of Horror
Movies and Stuff.
"I suppose that it is easy to compare this film to
something like Saw, but really, the plot is much smarter than Saw and far
more believable."
Andre Manseau - Arrow in The Head. The next big place to
see this film is at the world famous Tribeca Cinemas in New York City. The
film was just chosen as “Official Selection” at the Independent Features Film
Festival in NYC to screen on Saturday, July 28th at 7:30pm.

Tickets are available for purchase at Falcon made
this comment on the film,
“We’ve been talking to a handful of distributors but
truthfully I’m still searching for the right company. I’m rather surprised how
many horror-fanatics I’ve talked to that love the film. I guess it’s time
already for a change in pace. Give me less blood and more story.”
Halloween around the corner it’s only a matter of time before this film is at a
festival near you. Find out all the latest news at