6 items from 2013
Ice Cream is a thriller from Italian directors Roberto De Feo and Vito Palumbo. This title is based on a short film, which was completed in 2009. Both films deal with a real life case of bullying put to screen. And now, Ice Cream has a teaser trailer. The reel shows Mickey (Spencer Treat Clark) pursued by local thugs. Mickey is simply trying to buy an ice-cream for his girlfriend, when he accidentally spills his dessert on Brando (Brendan Miller). Brando does not take kindly to Mickey. Soon, Brando and his buddy, Alex (Zach Cumer), are chasing Mickey into the local woods for a round of torture. Ice Cream is currently in post production. This title will announce a release date, shortly. But, horror fans can have a look at a preview of the film below. Directors: Roberto De Feo and Vito Palumbo. Writers: David Castaldo, Roberto De Feo and Vito Palumbo. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
Film has incredible potential when it comes to displaying things that the viewer never thought they would ever see in their lives or just didn’t know existed in the first place. For this reason there are many films that feature moments so disturbing and odd that they will etch themselves into your mind forever. While that may sound bad, not every film on this list got its place because it has scenes of horror. In fact, only about half of the movies listed here are actually horror films.
There are many ways that a film can haunt you and I wanted to present a little bit of diversity when selecting which movies made the cut and which didn’t. Sometimes the most frightening things in the world are just ideas or beliefs and the cinema is a great place for filmmakers to exercise the more psychological elements of life. »
- Dolan Reynolds
1998 Best Actress Academy Award nominee stages a political protest -- a 'lesbian kiss' -- at an awards ceremony in Rio de Janeiro Forget Madonna and Britney Spears, Sandra Bullock and Meryl Streep, Bullock and Scarlett Johansson, and Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. Veteran Brazilian actress Fernanda Montenegro, best known around the world for her performance as a bitter old hag in Walter Salles' 1998 drama Central Station, which earned her a Best Actress Oscar nod, kissed fellow veteran performer Camila Amado in the mouth at Rio de Janeiro's Theater Producers Association Awards ceremony, which took place in that Brazilian city this past Monday, March 25. (Pictured above: Montenegro kissing Amado.) The mouth-to-mouth kiss between the 83-year-old Montenegro and the 77-year-old Amado, followed a previous "gay kiss" also staged at the awards show -- that one between performers Ricardo Blat and Tonico Pereira. All that kissing wasn't intended to merely liven up »
- Andre Soares
Directed by David Lynch
Written by David Lynch
I have never seen a David Lynch film. I know very little about him. I doubt that I truly grasped that Lynch was a surrealist filmmaker before now, yet Eraserhead and Mulholland Drive have been on my to-be-watched list for a decade. So when I sat down to watch Mulholland Drive, I knew absolutely nothing about the “plot” or the characters. Depending on how you view Lynch, two and a half hours of total confusion may be the best or worst way to be introduced to his style.
For my own sanity, I will try to summarize the story. The film begins with a series of parallel storylines: a woman (Laura Harring) is riding up Mulholland Dr. in a limo only to have the driver stop and aim a gun at her; an increasingly nervous man describes his nightmare »
- Katherine Springer
Tags: OscarsAcademy AwardsJessica ChastainKerry WashingtonLes MiserablesArgoClea DuvallAnne HathawayIMDb
This year's Oscar nominees are pretty straight, especially compared to the last few years where we had a strong showing with The Kids Are Alright, Pariah and Albert Nobbs. Fear not — we've got a way to keep it gay when you watch the ceremony this Sunday, at least as far as the women go.
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Nominated for: Best Actress, Zero Dark Thirty
Queer Quotient: Before she was the hottest new actress in Hollywood, Jessica starred in the indie Jolene where she has a lesbian relationship with Frances Fisher. She also posed for a sensual photo with Kat Dennings in W magazine once.
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Nominated for: Best Actress, Silver Linings Playbook
Queer Quotient: JLaw once told The New York Times her mom thought she was gay because she loved painting portraits of naked women. »
Sometimes, two ladies make out with each other in major motion pictures. Other times, they not only make out with each other — they simulate sexual intercourse with each other. And because the Internet exists, each of those instances is easily accessible to everybody with a computer, context-free. I know, right? And some people claim to be "pessimists?" (laughs to himself.)
A ranking of such scenes is an inexact science, but we've created a surefire formula at NextMovie: Which do we like the most?
Gentlemen (and ladies), start your history deletions!
Dr. Christian Bale is engaged to Kate Beckinsale. There's a colleague of Bale's who wishes to have carnal relations with him. What's worse (better?), that colleague is Natasha McElhone. Beckinsale is jealous of this, so she does what any vengeful person would do in that situation: kiss her fiance's mom (Frances McDormand »
- Nick Blake
6 items from 2013
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