The Help is about a young writer, Skeeter (played by Emma Stone), who just came back to her hometown in 1960′s Mississippi from college. More than anything she wants to be a published writer. As she get’s a small job working for the local newspaper, she feels that she can do more with her life and her talent. After seeing how the African-American Help are treated at one of her friends of high society party’s, she get’s the idea to write a book based on the stories of the Help that cook, clean, take care of white babies, and put up with a lot of racism.
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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.
Posted March 31st, 2012. Add a comment
Being a huge fan of living dead films and of Night of the Living Dead, it is hard to watch these type of films because you know going in that it won’t be as good as NOTLD or that they are just gonna try and copy it somehow. Well, I was completely wrong when it came to this film. I was blown away by The Dead. It is original, heart-warming, and for once it takes place in another country! Finally something different, but it doesn’t stop there with its originality.
Posted March 6th, 2012. Add a comment
When it comes to 90′s Generation/Independent Icon director, Kevin Smith, a few things come to mind. Low budget, great comedy, Jay & Silent Bob, the ‘Jersey’ film trilogy, and Pop Culture overdose. What doesn’t come to mind is ….horror film? Kevin Smith has entertained us for over 2 decades. Starting his career with the ultimate Independent Comedy film, CLERKS. Filmed in black and white, a shoe-string budget, and staring most of his friends – Smith took Hollywood by storm with his fast dialogue, witty humor, and colorful and unforgettable characters.
Posted February 25th, 2012. Add a comment
Posted February 23rd, 2012. Add a comment
Welcome to the Dollhouse is not like a regular comedy, it’s a “dark comedy”. It’s also a low budget film & an Independent which I believe is some of the best films out there because they depend on acting, writing, and a vision as say, a big budget-all CGI-3D- big studio release type of film might not be. I saw this film WAY back in 1995, bought the DVD a year ago, & JUST watched it after all this time (hence the new catagory name). It is … different, that’s for sure.
Posted February 12th, 2012. Add a comment
The latest movie from Tony ‘Tex’ Watt Acid Head: The Buzzard Nuts County Slaughter is finding it’s way to availability in the very near future, Watt’s recent work as a director includes “Vixen Highway 2006″ and “Frankenpimp”. The movie features the director Tony ‘Tex’ Watt himself, and his preferred heroin and frequent workpartner Vivita playing the lead as Pheromone Labonza and Acid Head. Others starring are Lewis Mercer, Lana Tailor, Elvin Domenic, Paul Nicholls, Adam Schickedanz and many others, and in a cunning cameo as the sneaky reporter Biff Bangs, the only European actor in the film; Kim Sønderholm.
Posted February 2nd, 2012. Add a comment
Two brandnew promo pics has been released as a taster for German filmmaker Marc Rohnstock‘s very raunchy NECRONOS. After venturing a couple of European film festivals in 2011 such as Weekend of Fear and Indigo Film Fest in Germany and BUT (B-Movie Underground and Trash) Film Festival in Holland, it finally went out on DVD although so far only in the German speaking countries via the DVD label Laser Paradise which is widely known for releasing unrated and uncensored films that no other labels in Germany dare touch.
Posted February 2nd, 2012. Add a comment
A body silently floating along a river, the placid life of Mija hurt, inseparable family connections making a hole in the alzheimer veil because of their deep and painful love. Girl’s suicide wafting like a ghost through the Mija’s grandsoon room, a shadow swalling and beating the old woman from the inside. Even in her fake imperturbability.
Posted January 29th, 2012. Add a comment
Year’s ago way back in the 90′s, on a bright sunny day in Southern California, we lived in the San Fernando Valley. And one day, there were some men who decided to rob one of the biggest banks in the area. This was a huge breaking story and my wife and step-daughter were stuck at a 7-11 right near the bank because they closed off the entire area.