You see, even one of the greatest (and most demented) creative minds has documented footage of his maiden voyage into celluloid lunacy - Clive Barker, the architect of the Hellraiser franchise, has had his first two short films placed onto DVD, and the results were...oddly interesting to say the least.
First up was THE FORBIDDEN, and for all intents and purposes, this is about as arthouse as it gets. Peter Atkins plays a man who meets
Updated 08-29-2015 at 07:05 AM by bronxtko
Call me old fashioned, call me intolerant, but there is something SO damn unnerving over a bunch of women screaming, crying, and whining for over an hour INCESSANTLY. After 10 minutes of watching Collin Joseph Neal's violence-ridden RUN, HIDE, DIE - I was ready to obliterate the entire cast by myself...certainly not setting a very good precedent.
The film, formerly titled THE ANNIVERSARY, follows a group of friends that decide to head
Updated 08-21-2015 at 01:38 AM by bronxtko
From ARC Entertainment comes their press release regarding their acquisition of the sci-fi/action thriller GARM WARS: THE LAST DRUID - read on!
ARC Entertainment has acquired US rights to the action-sci-fi thriller GARM WARS: THE LAST DRUID. Directed by Mamoru Oshii (Ghost in the Shell) and co-written by Geoffrey Gunn (Siren), the film stars newcomer Melanie St-Pierre (Barney’s Version), Kevin Durand (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) and Lance
Trying to explain a break in the space-time continuum is probably easier than me attempting to grab a hold onto what the hell I just watched in REMINISCENCE .
Focusing on a couple (Michaela Rexova, Akcay Karaazmak, who also serves as the film's director) who apparently have all the time in the world (literally) to hang out at the beach...and at times it appears that's all they do, and amid loads of horrible dialogue and some mumbo-jumbo