A military expedition in Siberia gone wrong. The existence of humanity is in peril as Inanna, Sumerian goddess of lust and war has summoned a giant meteor to destroy the planet, after being accidentally set free from her ancient prison.
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A group of curious children went on a school trip to the city museum and as they were looking around the impact of the history section the museum gave them the start for an adventure in the... See full summary »
A popular late-night variety show in Japan. The format was similar to most talk/variety shows: interviews, comedy skits, movie reviews, cooking segments and human interest news. The major ... See full summary »
A military expedition in Siberia gone wrong. The existence of humanity is in peril as Inanna, Sumerian goddess of lust and war has summoned a giant meteor to destroy the planet, after being accidentally set free from her ancient prison. The government has been overturned in a Communist take-over and the citizens of the world; brainwashed. In humanity's darkest hour, the ancient entity of Gilgamesh, older than the cosmos themselves, must decide whether or not to serve of mankind's final hope. Meanwhile, Inanna has hand selected the one man; married man and archaeologist, David Murphy, to live out the rest of eternity with her. Gilgamesh and Inanna are quickly targeted by the new government as potential weapons of mass destruction, and soon the apocalypse has begun.Written by
Chandler was named 'Best Director' by the Tavern of Terror for the 2015 release of Gilgamesh. See more »
When the prison cell door is opened, Col. Meyers raises his eyes from the cell floor to see the US Army C.O. coming into his cell. But when the scene cuts to a different angle from inside the cell, Col. Meyer's eyes are still gazing at the floor when the C.O. walks into the cell. See more »
Very impressive job of independent filmmaking on a micro-budget. Imaginatively depicts the fall of the US government and the rise of an insane dictator in the near future, set against an eternal conflict between two supernatural and immortal beings - one sworn to destroy the human race, the other who may or may not be our protector. Has the character depth, texture and ambitions of a movie costing many, many, many times more money. Well-directed, well-written with flashes of black humor amid carnage, generally very well-acted, and quite well-photographed. Uses its limited budget to claustrophobic advantage in the same way that some of Roger Corman's early films did .A rather unique accomplishment that follows its own independent raison d'être - to give its audience a creative experience they'll never get from Hollywood.
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