An introduction to the greatest work of medieval literature, which draws upon new dramatic filmed sequences, contemporary images and the work of artists inspired by Dante's epic voyage of ... See full summary »
The Devil himself comes to Earth to open his own church and the world becomes a pandemonium of delights and confusions. Based on a short story by Machado de Assis, the most famous realistic Brazilian writer of the XIX century.
A darkly comedic travelogue of the underworld - set against an all-too-familiar urban backdrop of used car lots, gated communities, strip malls, and the U.S. Capitol. And populated with a contemporary cast of reprobates, including famous - and infamous - politicians, presidents, popes, pimps. And the Prince of Darkness himself.
Jim Carter moves in on the McWade's carnival concession which shows scenes from Dante's "Inferno". He makes it a going concern, marrying Betty along the way. An inspector calls the ... See full summary »
Henry B. Walthall
The tactics of a vicious slumlord and greedy businessman finally drive a distraught man to commit suicide. The businessman is tried for murder and executed, and is afterward taken by demons... See full summary »
The Pilgrim sits down in his backyard to watch 'The Divine Comedy.' This is a reality show in syndication to Media Axxess Programming Corporation from INRI Network, who brought 3 selected people to a house in a random secluded area. A house they cannot leave, wired with cameras and mics for your attentive eyes and ears. The Premise: Discover the Meaning of Life and earn their freedom, or discover nothing and live in the house until they die. Written by
The febreze gag was not intended. Jason Mills had picked it up as a prop on the first shot and kept spraying it throughout the movie. Jeremiah Edward Hobbs began to reference it as character Rafael Devani and would blame the febreze for his head scratching, which was actually because of the wig itching his scalp. As shooting progressed, Jeremy Penn played by Michael Tellez had no choice but to reference it also as the gag was weaving itself into a major element of the storyline: The reason Rafael Devani goes stir crazy. See more »
A montage of shots of Jeremiah Edward Hobbs as Rafael Devani saying "Bullshit!" is collected and shown throughout the ending credits. See more »