A satirized version of the iconic fairy tale retold with more than a few "twists". Little Red Riding Hood is sent out on an errand by her domineering mother to bring her ailing Grandmother ... See full summary »
With nothing more than a blazing spirit of philanthropy and his beat-up red wagon, Zach sets out to help homeless children in America. In the process, he sweeps his fractured family - and ultimately the entire country - along with him.
This evocative chiller from director Giacomo Cimini follows the fortunes of a young 12yr-old girl named Jenny (Francesca). Abandoned in Rome by her careless mother, Jenny has to fend for ... See full summary »
A satirized version of the iconic fairy tale retold with more than a few "twists". Little Red Riding Hood is sent out on an errand by her domineering mother to bring her ailing Grandmother some nourishment. On the way, she crosses paths with The Wolf (David Luce), a hermetic, deranged psychopathic pedophile who immediately begins to make trouble for her in a big way. Can she find the inner woman inside her to vanquish this twisted canine fiend? Written by
There are several pictures of real life cannibals on the Wolf's refrigerator that can be briefly glimpsed in the cooking sequence such as Jeffrey Dahmer, Albert Fish and Issei Sagawa. Sagawa, in particular, a Japanese man who cannibalized a Dutch classmate named Renée Hartevelt while studying abroad in Paris, was an inspiration for The Wolf as a character. There was a line deleted from the final version where Red remarks "I hear you'll cook and eat me like Issei Sagawa". See more »