Nonfiction filmmaker Jill Morley documents her exploration of the exotic dancer (stripper) experience. Through tactfully selected and edited sequences, you get an insider's view into the ... See full summary »
Hunger is a dark exploration into the breakdown of humanity. How far would you go to survive in the most extreme of circumstances? Five strangers awaken to find themselves trapped in an ... See full summary »
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Sawdust in the Blood used to be a Carny compliment...not a description of a crime scene. There are a thousand sideshows playing thousands of small towns in 1936 when the Knuckles Brothers ... See full summary »
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Sean Patrick Thomas,
When seven year old Jess and her alcoholic Mother arrive in Haslem, she's an easy target for the brutal bullying culture. But there's something different about Jess. She can see and hear ... See full summary »
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Saw Nursie at the strand theater. The poster said it won the Best Horror award at the NOME film festival and i can see why. It's wild. Don't know why others compare it to misery. It's not like King invented the hostage premise. This is what indie filmmaking is all about. Unpredictable, scary, but sometimes it cracked me up too. You never knew what was coming. A real 'kick'.
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