Sunday, May 20, 2007

Matt Austin in "Denied" (2004)



The year before he became Green Ranger, Matt Austin (Bridge, SPD) starred in the Canadian indie film, "Denied." The film tells the story of a young man who discovers he has feelings for his best friend. Austin played the role of Merrick, the object of the lead character's affections. Merrick himself has his own emotional issues, which lead both characters into turmoil. The screencaps aren't the best quality as the movie was not shot under ideal lighting. A full zip is available at the bottom of the post.















* Warning: this is a gay-themed film so some of the downloadable screencaps could be considered mature content.

Click Here to Download All 25 Screencaps
"Denied" is available on DVD

9 comments:

LttleDvl said...

Where did you get the screencaps from? I've been trying to find the dvd, but so far, no such luck.

Thanks!

Nick said...

I rented it from my local Blockbuster. It wasn't easy to find because they only had a few copies. It's also for sale on amazon.com

LttleDvl said...

d'oh! Now why in the hell didn't I think of that...sheesh...

terrific-tina said...

Could you put some screen-caps from the second part of the movie? Megaupload toolbar doesn't work for me....

Nick said...

The screencaps posted are from different scenes throughout the movie. They aren't just from the first portion of the film, if that helps. I can't add all of them to the post, because it would be too much.

Anonymous said...

samara here... any ideas on where i can get this film and time bomb from? no luck... i got the screen captures though... need more. Matt Austin dvds and informations and photos are hard to find in the uk. if any one knows of any websites. photos, let me know.. gotta go, bye

Nick said...

I believe Time Bomb is available on amazon.co.uk.com

I don't know any other sources for that film or Denied. Sorry.

Anonymous said...

you know the pictures of matt austin on this website. can we have some more? i think people would agree with me.

Diane Edmond said...

Netflix has this DVD and it is available for live streaming.