Set in beautiful Vancouver, four friends set out on an everyday errand and end up in a fight for their lives when they discover the body of a dead hooker left in their trunk. Lead by a sexy... See full summary »
Friends 4 Life is not just a title, but a truth. Kevin and Michael have been friends since Kindergarten or 2nd grade depending on who you ask. Nothing can separate them, or can it? With ... See full summary »
John B Sovie II
Fernanda Lins Hanson
A group of friends pays a late-night visit to the city morgue to surprise Amy (Harris) on her birthday. But the surprise is on them when the one-eyed corpse of brutal psychopath Jacob ... See full summary »
A forest fire and rock-slide trap five bickering college friends in a small Alaskan ghost town with a horrifying history. When they seek refuge inside the torched ruins of Blackburn Asylum ... See full summary »
The first feature-length film from New Image Entertainment, 'Together We're Heavy' is a searing drama which interweaves the lives of a group of very different young people at a college ... See full summary »
In this satirical, horror-comedy short sequel to the international hit "American Mary", "English Mary" finds the titular character inexplicably rising from the grave and embarking on a ... See full summary »
Laurence R. Harvey
This short film from the Soska sisters is actually one of the better homages I've seen out there. From what I've read, this was one of the shorts made for MTV's contest around the release of Quentin Tarantino's INGLORIOUS BASTERDS and it features all sorts of winks to previous Tarantino films. Having just been unimpressed with the Soska's DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK, I really wasn't sure what to expect here but it turned out to be a very entertaining film. At just under four-minutes there's certainly nothing ground-breaking here but if you're a fan of Tarantino then you're going to enjoy the various winks to his films. RESERVOIR DOGS, PULP FICTION and KILL BILL are all spoofed and I thought they were quite clever and especially the opening sequence, which mocks the Travolta-Thurman milk shake sequence from PF. The way the camera just keeps rolling to the next homage was quite good. There's no question that the Soska girls have a great eye and make their films look very professional, which is a lot more than most films like this can say.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?