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Millenium Falcon in Google Maps

Deny Everything

Australian Feature Shot in One Take: Watch The Sunset

Manifesto

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Explore the Languages of Game of Thrones

Vigilante

KARATE KILL releasing this July from Dark Cuts!

La Barracuda

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Have skin, will shed. Every person with healthcare know-how, whether an inkling or library-worthy, will agree that skin is the first layer of defense and arguably the first determinant of wellness. Kira Mabon (Rebecca Forsythe) relates more to the latter; her disdain for the appearance’s inevitable breakdown is a roll-off-the-tongue topic. Imagine the reaction when … Continued

Millenium Falcon in Google Maps

DRAFT Millennium Falcon spotted on Google Maps This was discovered at Longcross Studios near London… Perhaps this is the prop in storage OR are they hiding it from any smugglers or pirates who might be looking for it?  

Deny Everything

Deny Everything is a hilariously dark comedy from first-time director Michael Eden. The film tells the story of Frank and Jeff, two idiot friends who find themselves tasked with the disposal of a dead body. The best humor this film has to offer is situational, but the charmingly dimwitted leads do have their moments as … Continued

Australian Feature Shot in One Take: Watch The Sunset

WATCH THE SUNSET is the first-ever “one take” (no cuts/editing) Australian feature film. Outlaw biker Danny Biaro wants to change his ways and start a new life with his estranged family. But his past quickly catches up to him and he is compelled to make a decision that will affect his life forever. Now he must … Continued

Manifesto

With Manifesto, Cate Blanchett proves that she could indeed read the phone book and keep an audience captivated for 95 minutes. There’s never been any doubt that the two-time Oscar-winner has ability, but in a series of 13 sketches, she recites a series of manifestos from authors and filmmakers as divergent as Lars Von Trier, … Continued

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

If we shadows have offended, Think but this, and all is mended, That you have but slumber’d here While these visions did appear. Casey Wilder Mott certainly knew that updating a Shakespeare play to present-day L.A. would call down instant comparisons to Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 film Romeo + Juliet. He doesn’t shy away from that … Continued

Explore the Languages of Game of Thrones

After a summer lasting almost ten long years, the words of House Stark have finally become reality once again: winter has come. Fan of Game of Thrones? With the new series fast approaching, Translate Plus has prepared an infographic that takes a look at the unique languages that enrich the popular TV show.

Vigilante

Everybody knows a guy like Pep: a fella with a little too much time on his hands, a little too much enthusiasm for violence, and a little too much insecurity regarding his own self-worth. He’s the type of friend that’s great to have around should you end up in a bar fight – hell, that’s … Continued

KARATE KILL releasing this July from Dark Cuts!

Karate Kill from acclaimed filmmaker Kurando Mitsutake will release on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD July 18. Featuring a “grimly relentless performance” (Japan Times) from Hayate, with solid support from Iron Fist’s David Sakurai and WWE icon Katarina Leigh Waters, Karate Kill will be available on Blu-ray and DVD – exclusive to Target, Walmart, Best Buy and … Continued

La Barracuda

This newly discovered indie thriller, La Barracuda, stars Allison Tolman and Sophie Reid as two estranged half-sisters who get to know each other at an adult age while living under the same roof for a limited period of time. The story was an idea of Jason Cortlund, who co-directed with Julia Halperin, and this is … Continued