March, March, March.What ‘ave you? Well actually, you consist of: St Patrick’s Day, St’ David’s Day (not nearly enough drinking for that one) UK Mother’s Day, Crufts – it’s the month of waking up, many of us attempting New Years’ Resolutions all over again, dieting – etcetera. Subscribe to Amazon Prime Video Channels and get … Continue reading Short Film Reviews – for March 2014
Warm, fuzzy, lovely. Nothing gets you in the mood for Christmas like a good Christmas film. A lot of us are inclined to believe that the real meaning of Christmas is actually… the collective joy of MOVIES. It’s the one time people truly sit down together to do nothing *except* watch a film. Even film … Continue reading The Most Underrated Christmas Short Film, Ever?
WHAT WHAT WHAT of course there is a genre known as the Zombie Short Film! Now then, this is great stuff. 2 Hours, a 25 minute film directed by Michael Baliff, is certainly something that should set boots quaking for ultra high-budget The Walking Dead. This is ridiculously awesome for something that is so far … Continue reading Jane’s Underrated (ZOMBIE!) Short Film of the Month
If you’ve not seen the trailer yet or Chrome is ‘SafeSearching’ for you already, I can at least give you a few sneaky spoilers. The first one being: the full film hasn’t been released yet, and Hezbollah’s already said they’re gonna go SICK when it does. Continue reading Filmmakers who are simply stupid: ‘Innocence of Muslims’ is designed to be inflammatory.
Tree-huggers. Hippies… Others call them extremists. And George W Bush said they were the number one terrorism threat within America. If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front spares us the labels and instead, tells us the story of Daniel McGowan and the ELF – an activist group who carried out arson … Continue reading Review: If A Tree Falls  by Marshall Curry