Yay! Films! Pretty good week, so let's get started...
A tongue-in-cheek (or tongue-falling-out-of-bloody-hole-in-cheek) look at a zombie-ridden near future
Paul Giamatti plays Paul Giamatti, a depressed actor who puts his soul in cold storage. But when it goes missing, hijinks ensue! Dry, sarcastic, scowl-faced hijinks. Played at Ragtag
HOUSE OF THE DEVIL
Taut horror flick from director Ti West, edge-of-your-seat type suspense, played at Ragtag
ONG BAK 2
When Ong Bak 1 was a wild and sequel-inspiring success, the filmmakers stated that they would not simply regurgitate the story of a villager reluctantly kicking countless asses in order to retrieve the village's beloved buddha statue. This time it's the village's beloved elephant, and as if that wasn't enough...it's set in THE PAST. The past! How'd they do that?
From renowned director Mira Nair comes a biopic of the life and possible death of Amelia Earhart
NEW YORK, I LOVE YOU
In the vein of Paris, Je T'Aime, a series of short films, by well known directors, set in and about the big apple
Don't you just love love?
BLACK, WHITE AND GRAY
A critically lauded film about Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe, lovers and collaborators
That's all for now. Don't forget that we have tons of previously viewed dvds & vhs for sale, and on weds. you can rent 3 for the price of 2! Yowza. Have a great week!