Twins inside mother’s womb (a symbol of serenity and life), they become assassins in the same place, devouring one of the three of them as to survive. Giulio and Francesco suffer with congenital defects, the first one undergoing deformed backbone, the second one changing himself into a werewolf. Two brothers following different roads, destined for an inescapable encounter, after a terrible sequence of murderers.
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Marko wants to become a filmmaker and he focuses all his energies to get this goal. But as he realizes that his dream is almost impossible (and his father sets up his mind not to finance his aspirations anymore) he decides to shift his attention on another kind of market: porn.
Posted January 1st, 2012. Add a comment
Inventory is directed by F.C. Rabbath and stars Laura Johnson and Owen Provenschen. The story takes place in the back alley’s of the busy city. A young business woman (Johnson), is talking away on her cell phone about her work. Very busy and sidetracked, she doesn’t realize the strange homeless man (Provenschen) sitting in the alley watching her. He smiles knowing this just might be his next “victim”.
Posted December 18th, 2011. Add a comment
This is a strange tale about a young man who is at a bar. He seems upset and maybe have been crying. There are many flashes & flashbacks of different things racing through his mind. Images & drug use. Even possible nightmares. Suddenly, he wakes up in bed in his own room at his home. Out of it & confused, he get’s up to make a phone call on his cell phone. However, the cell phone doesn’t seem to work.
This is a very quick film but affective. It begins with two young Asian brothers in a back alley: the younger brother is weak and can’t take care of his problems, so the older brother steps in and takes care of it for him. In front of them is a man, tied and gagged. The older brother says he’ll have to handle his own problems on his own and pulls the trigger.
This short film has an interesting story to it. It is about a young teenager who walks past a playground one day by himself. When he does, he hears strange voices, laughter, and there’s nothing there. One day, he walks by and he see’s a man and woman playing and swinging having a fun time. The man get’s angry at the woman and pick’s up an ax from where he has hidden it and kill’s the woman. The young teenager is shocked and frightened of the sight of this. He runs home to forget what he saw. Later, curiousity get’s the best of him and he goes back, this time it’s see’s a man burying a dead woman. He run’s away back home. He goes again, a group of mean guys are beating up on what appears as a gay man and then kill’s him.
A young woman is passed out in a garage. After coming to, she sees a dead body on the floor near her. Scared, alone and trapped she tries to find a way out. She is suddenly aware that “someone” is being tortured next door. With the sounds of chainsaws and power tools of some kind, she realizes she MUST escape before she too is a victim of this unknown killer too.
A young girl sits alone at home in her bedroom. Relaxing and enjoying her evening reading in bed. Caught up in her reading, there’s a sudden disturbance, the door to her bedroom suddenly slams shut! This startles the young girl and she investigates to how it could’ve closed on it’s own?
Some time before, the woman who used to live there (Hannah) had hanged herself and her whole family died. What seemed only a sensation at the beginning, suddenly becomes real when Hannah comes back from Hell to turn their world upside-down. Hannah House is a very particular movie. It has been shot as a silent movie from the 20s and 30s, the time in which the story is set. There are black and white pictures, no dialogue and subtitles explaining to the spectator what he cannot hears.
Posted December 8th, 2011. Add a comment
Uno scrittore e una illustratrice si recano su un’isola del Mediterraneo per soggiornare in una villa di campagna dove, due anni prima, è avvenuto l’omicidio di sette persone. Non è la prima volta che questi artisti, per scrivere i loro romanzi, vanno a vivere in luoghi dove è accaduto qualche crimine efferato. Lo chiamano Il Metodo Orfeo, perché ricorda la vicenda dell’antico cantore greco, che scese negli inferi per riportare in vita Euridice.