A quiet town is jumpstarted by the arrival of an enigmatic family; a statuesque mother named Louisa and her gorgeous teenage sons. Sixteen Year-Old Hilary is working hard to get good grades... See full summary »
Baby Jane is a tragic victim manipulated by her melodramatic sister Blanche. Blanche who set up her own accident continues to keep Baby Jane in the dark... always thinking that she was the evil sister.
J. Conrad Frank,
Covers the making of a "sequel" to the surprising hit of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?", in which career rivals Bette Davis and Joan Crawford finally appeared together in combative ... See full summary »
Billy Clift has done it again. He delighted us with his first film which parodied the Bette Davis classic "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane" titled "Baby Jane?" where he introduced us to the talented Matthew Martin in the Bette Davis role. This time he takes us on a wild ride through the 1965 thriller "Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte" but aptly titled "Hush-up Sweet Charlotte" again bringing to the screen Martin in the Davis role. Jason Stuart plays a wonderfully re-imagined Mr. Wills and nails it. Mink Stole is the perfect foil as Velma to Jeffrey Roberson's fiendishly evil Melanie. Anyone who is a fan of classic film will definitely laugh and enjoy the references not only to "Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte" but to other classics films, names, and characters. There is an Easter Egg around every corner. It's hard to find gay independent comedy so well written and with this much talent. A must see.
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