The story of one of the most infamous books ever written, "The Anarchist Cookbook," and the role it's played in the life of its author, now 65, who wrote it at 19 in the midst of the counterculture upheaval of the late '60s and early '70s.
A young woman inherits a rundown mansion, where she's plagued by horrible visions and dreams. As her nightmares become more vivid and those around her get increasingly violent, she must face the horrible memory she suppressed long ago.
Shaken by the recent, unexpected death of her twin sister, Jennifer travels to Buenos Aires to execute the will and claim her inheritance. There, she encounters her remarkably well-preserved grandmother, who might be hiding something.
The pregnant Jenna Davis is a workaholic worker of an advertisement agency near to give birth that has just been promoted to vice-president by her boss. Jenna is stressed and her doctor ... See full summary »
When Nick Di Santo learns that his father is not only alive but can possibly reveal the origin of his son's dark gift, he sets out on a trip that takes him to an abandoned mansion he thought only existed in his childhood imagination.
Thanks For Nothing
Written by Bnjie Bollox & John Beach
Performed by The Visitors See more »
You could make this movie too!!
Have you seen Fight Club and SLC Punk? Well if you have, you are qualified to write and direct movies. All in all it was not too bad. I give it like 3 stars or something. The main fascination of the film for me was the location. It is shot it Dallas TX and surrounding suburbs. I'm stuck in Dallas so it was cool to see others coping with this same problem as well. The story seemed to change directions more times than a hobo in a dance hall. It looked like it was trying to be revolutionary or something of the sorts. It was definately not as good as SLC Punk but hey... few movies are. I recommend it to people who have to watch everything that comes out.
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