Archive for the ‘Film’ Category

B Movie Camp at It’s Best – John Carpenter’s Vampires: Los Muertos Released in 2002, directed by Tommy Lee Wallace, John Carpenter’s Vampires: Los Muertos feels like it was actually released in the late 80’s. Dated looking and cheesy in effects, this vampire flick stars Jon Bon Jovi as Derek Bliss, a vampire hunter for hire. After [...]

The short film from Indiemachines ‘Hard Boiled’ tells the tale of a tech-savvy detective who takes a cold case into his own hands, utilizing Foursquare and other social media sites to help him figure out a crime — and how a jilted wife can use technology to her own advantage.

The Rite is the 21st century answer to the film The Exorcist. Playing upon themes of god, the devil and religious beliefs, it steps much further into the realm of faith than The Exorcist did, with less scares. Directed by Mikael Håfström, The Rite, which is inspired by true events, stars Anthony Hopkins as Father [...]

What are sketchcards? The folks over at Sketchcard Saloon explain it as “Sketchcards are one-of-a-kind original pieces of art. They are drawn or painted directly on the trading card surface and then inserted into random packs. If you get lucky you might pull a miniature masterpiece.” These illustrated gems are part of the Upper Deck’s [...]

The short animated cartoon ‘Destino’ (Destination), released in 2003 by The Walt Disney Company, originally began production in 1945, a whopping 58 years before its eventual completion. The project was a collaboration between American animator Walt Disney and Spanish painter Salvador Dalí, and features music written by Mexican songwriter Armando Dominguez.

Isolation Set on a remote Irish farm, Isolation (directed and written by Billy O’Brien) tells the horrific sci-fi tale of what happens when humans try to screw with Mother Nature for their benefit. Farmer Dan Reilly (John Lynch) is allowing a scientist to inject his pregnant cow with special hormones as part of an experiment to [...]

The 1929 silent film ‘Un Chien Andalou‘ (which means “An Andalusian Dog”), by Salvador Dali and Luis Buñuel, is a surrealistic mixed bag of non-related scenes strung together, that for it’s time was shocking and obscene. Ants crawling out of a man’s palm, a severed hand in the street and another with a man who suddenly starts [...]


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