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Motivational GrowthOctober 26, 2015 Respond
After a failed TV set leads to a failed suicide attempt, depressed and reclusive Ian Folivor (Adrian DiGiovanni) begins taking life advice from The Mold (Jeffrey Combs) a fungal growth in his filthy bathroom.
Telegrams for the Little Sea Winds [Makunouchi Bento/ Santiago J. Franzani music video 2015]October 14, 2015 Respond
Nothing is better with this sudden chill and pre-Halloween trepidation than this long-in-the-making music video. Well worth all the effort because this is how a new island is born out of the primordial animation ocean! It features the dreamquest of an shipwrecked soul on unfamiliar shores, where collapsed megalithic heads of a long lost
CHOPPING MALL [Jim Winorsky 1986]October 12, 2015 Respond
“WHERE SHOPPING COSTS YOU AN ARM AND A LEG!”[+ YOUR HEAD!] From the director of “The Devil Wears Nada”, “The Hills Have Thighs”, “The House of Hooter Hill” or “The Witches of Breastwick” comes for y’all a horror mall sci-fi movie you’ve been all wet-dreaming about. Chopping Mall is every bit of a
THREE WALLS (Zaheed Mawani 2011)October 11, 2015 Respond
‘We drive to work in a box, we work in a box, we go home and watch a box and, before we know it, they bury us in a box.’ Corporate Motivational Speaker Here is a short documentary made by Canadian filmmaker Zaheed Mawani about the history of the cubicle, interviewing office workers, corporate
ART ENCOUNTERS oF tHe …wHaT kiND? [Timisoara 2015]October 9, 2015 1
Fresh from the wrap-up, I am going to review the art encounters event in Timisoara as a movie, a sub-genre movie, that could be either a horror comedy or corporate thriller. Haven’t decided yet, maybe we should do a poll. I’ve been blogging mostly on movies these years, so I decided to treat Art Encounters
PARALLELS 2015October 8, 2015 Respond
Parallels is a recent sci-fi movie based on a story by Leona and Laura Harkom. It is by all means a minor movie, maybe the least one to attract attention or enter the competition for the most innovative indie science fiction movie of the year. Nevertheless, I want to thank V Leac for pointing this