A WILD, though gradually comedic film, 12 Hour Shift is the titular shift of Mandy (Angela Bettis), a drug-addict nurse who steals organs...
In documentaries, the point is to examine and present the truth. In mockumentaries, however, the unbelievably absurd is treated like the truth. In the instance of Kitty Mammas, a camera crew follows a literal mad scientist – Dr. Han (Paul Sun-Hyung Lee) – as he leads a clinical trial in which four women give birth…to kittens.
The Ringmaster is horror, pure horror. All the way from beautiful Denmark, a film which predominantly features in a gas station, the most grotesque and despicable elements of human life are presented explicitly, unbearably so.
20 years ago, Scream‘s David Arquette crash-landed into WCW (World Championship Wrestling) to promote his new wrestling comedy film, Ready to Rumble. All went to plan and then some: he became WCW’s World Heavyweight Champion.
Opening in the dark of night, a scared child witnesses his home broken into and its valuables stolen. The cruel event leads to an even greater tragedy witnessed by the young boy and his brother.
Proximity is the latest spectacle from Eric Demeusy – the mastermind behind TRON: Legacy’s visual effects. His new film explores self-discovery whilst in the midst of a deadly game of cat and mouse hidden within the shadows of mystery and corruption.
A dream can provide happiness, whilst a memory can evoke pain. When an event can be so horrific, so traumatic, we can suppress it from our memory bank, like it never happened.
When we lose something, we often find something else similar to replace it with. However, when we lose somebody, we often instead try to find what they were looking for in life.
As one would naturally expect, Girls Just Wanna Have Blood opens with a deadly bite of sickly sleaze, but is yet accompanied (and quite often too) with a killer rock soundtrack… almost Giallo-esque.
Opening in a palette of creepy-cool midnight blue, Ashley-Kae (Erika Edwards) retells her nighttime childhood entailing her fear of the terrifying Sister Monday (Felissa Rose) hidden under the bed, in her closet, and in her head.
Opening with a variation of cute, loved-up couples during a romantic night in the city, we see what love looks like during the opening titles.
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