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  • Code 46 (2003)

    Code 46 (2003)

    Code 46 is one of those rare finds in science fiction that relies on emotions and atmosphere to tell it’s story. It doesn’t explain itself to much but it remains forever visually stunning. With solid performances by Tim Robbins and Samantha Morton Code 46 stands next to Gattaca and It’s All About love in that special…

  • Mighty Max (1993)

    Mighty Max (1993)

    Again with the “remember the old days post” (yeah it’s that time of the year) but today i’m bringing something different, a cartoon from the ’90 that everybody seams to have forgotten. Mighty Max is a cartoon tv-series that aired from 1993 to 1994 with the purpose to promote a new toy line but what…

  • Eerie, Indiana (1991)

    Eerie, Indiana (1991)

    What happened to Horror TV shows for kids? I grew up watching shows like The Twilight Zone (1985 version), The Outer Limits (1995 version) and even if Eerie, Indiana first aired in 1991 i didn’t got the chance to watch it until 1998 when it aired on fox kids. So after 14 year i remembered the…

  • Rescue Dawn (2007)

    Rescue Dawn (2007)

    Rescue Dawn is a 2007 war drama film directed by Werner Herzog, based on an adapted screenplay written from his acclaimed 1997 documentary, Little Dieter Needs to Fly. The film stars Christian Bale, and is based on the true story of a German-American pilot named Dieter Dengler, who is shot down and captured by villagers…

  • Van Diemen’s Land (2009)

    Van Diemen’s Land (2009)

    Van Diemen’s Land is a 2009 Australian thriller set in 1822 in colonial Tasmania.[1] It follows the story of the infamous Australian convict, Alexander Pearce, played by Oscar Redding.[2] and his escape with seven other convicts.\

  • Alamar (2009)

    Alamar (2009)

    Mexico’s coast houses one of the world’s most beautiful atoll reefs and the country is trying to gain a World Heritage site honour for Banco Chinchorro, which is displayed to beautiful use in Alamar. This may be the reason for making the landscape such a large part of this film, as well as director Pedro…

  • Grass: A Nation’s Battle for Life (1925)

    Grass: A Nation’s Battle for Life (1925)

    Grass: A Nation’s Battle for Life (1925) is a silent documentary film which follows a branch of the Bakhtiari tribe of Persia (today Iran) as they and their herds make their seasonal journey to better pastures. It is considered one of the earliest ethnographic documentary films. It was written by Richard Carver and Terry Ramsaye.…