ABOVE ALL THINGS follows our hero, Bobby Larsen, who retreats to the family cottage by a lake in Upstate New York to deal with the death of his wife who comes back to haunt him in the land of the living.
Its a special night for the Buoitton Family. Charles and Linda, extremely wealthy couple, invite their closest friends and family members to dinner. Before dinner is served Charles raises ... See full summary »
A spoof on thrillers from before 1993 such as Fatal Attraction (1987), Basic Instinct (1992), Chinatown, Cape Fear etc. A cop/lawyer cheats on his wife and she on him and plans to kill him for the insurance.
A play-it-safe guy must search for his wife's missing cat, bringing him face-to-face with the colorful, wacky, and sometimes, the more dangerous element of his neighborhood, forcing him to confront his fears and rethink his M.O.
For centuries it was believed the world would end in 2012. Many believe it didn't happen, but the world HAS ended, as we know it. Some are evolving in the new time line, others are losing ... See full summary »
David, a college dropout thinks he has life figured out until he runs out of options and is forced to move in and take care of his grandfather, a retired sandy hook harbor pilot and recent widower, who recently broke his hip.
The book the Concierge reads is 'The Heroes' and is also seen being read by Lincoln in Peracals feature film 'through a dark mirror'. The book is a 1908 edition of Charles Kingsley's version of several Greek myths. The title inspired a series Peracals are developing about two immortal brothers - one good and one evil, who appear at the pivotal points of human history. See more »
Inspired casting of Sean Young with Paul Dewdney who both completely exude in abundance a delightful abrasive chemistry in this pairing. The final redemptive meeting of crime lord Castlin (Dewdney) in the immediate anti-room of the afterlife where a complex and psychological chess game ensues between God and Beelzebub herself! But who is who? Dewdney is totally mesmerising from the outset as they clash swords as he lays out his case and arraignment against his denunciation by the bible, bell and candle judges for the retention of his soul as the brilliantly captivating Miss Sylvian (Young) pours pitiless scorn on his defensive play. Fiercely resolute until the final move but will he go quietly? Young, Dewdney and the wonderfully impatient and nonchalant Concierge (Zeumer) are a truly captivating trio. Dewdney has already won a couple of best actor awards for this role and rightly so. A superb short film, beautifully photographed and superb production design in tandem with a great script and direction. Catch it where you can.
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