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,
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 »
Emerald Rose Sullivan
A 9 year old and their 5 year old sibling are positive that a terrifying monster is stalking them but of course no one believes them. No one except the mysterious Woman next door who offers... See full summary »
Kerry Michelle Smith,
My buddies and I were looking for something to do in San Francisco during the week and came across a movie premiere at the Castro Theater. I had never heard of the film or the actors but thought when in Rome.... There were many people in line and in the theater who were well aware of the actors and the subject matter and excited for the showing. I am not a fan of old movies and became aware that this was not really a remake but a parody of an old black and white horror movie. I was skeptical - however after the first 10-15 minutes I was hooked. Never once did this film pretend to be a big box office Hollywood smash but had great lines, very awesome photography, and some great comedic acting. At one point the lights went out in the area and there was an unplanned intermission. Normally I would have walked away and found something else to do. Strangely enough - the non-fan-boy of classic films found himself patiently waiting for the electricity to be restored so the show could go on. Go figure. I want to see it again.
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