A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 by Vomitron

A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence   01 A pigeon sat on a branch reflecting on existence FB 84x120 reviews drama comedy Director: Roy Andersson
Writer: Roy Andersson
Release Year: 2014
Original Swedish Title: ‘En Duva Satt På En Gren Och Funderade På Tillvaron’

A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence   Offscreen 2015 mini logo reviews drama comedy Sweden, we got a problem.

Many characters portray the many absurdities and ridiculous struggles of every day normal life. At the center of all this, we follow a pair of door-to-door sales men who sell funny prank and party items. Of course, they are far from the jolliest bunch of lads themselves to begin with.


A Serbian Film

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 by Coventry

A Serbian Film   serbian film poster 77x120 reviews horror Director: Srdjan Spasojevic
Aleksandar Radivojevic & Srdjan Spasojevic
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Serbian title:
Srpski Film

Are all East-Europeans sick and twisted perverts?!?

A Serbian Film   BIFFF 2010 minilogo reviews horror Milos, a former adult movies star down on his luck, excepts a lucrative offer to star once more in a new film. When meeting the alleged director in his secluded mansion, Milos is being told this will be an artistic film project. Needless to say the poor guy has no idea about what he’s getting himself into.


A Walk Among The Tombstones

Thursday, November 6th, 2014 by Vomitron

A Walk Among The Tombstones   AWATT onesheet poster 83x120 thriller reviews reviews drama action Director: Scott Frank
Writer: Scott Frank, based on the novel by Lawrence Block
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Crime does not pay. Or, well, it might for a while, until your money’s gone. Then you’ll get your wife back. In pieces.

Unlicensed private detective Matthew Scudder (Liam Neeson) has been through some rough waters of his own. His reputation draws the attention of a drug trafficking kingpin, who wants to hire Scudder to track down the people responsible for kidnapping his wife. Against better judgement, Scudder accepts the job, leading him onto the trail of two misogynistic serial killers targetting women across the city. When things become more bleak in the process of bringing the culprits to justice, Scudder has the choice to make it a federal matter or join forces with the lesser of two evils: the aid of wealthy criminals, a drug addict and a young vagrant.


Air Doll

Friday, March 5th, 2010 by Vomitron

Air Doll   Air Doll posterCR 85x120 reviews fantasy drama comedy Director: Hirokazu Koreeda
Hirokazu Koreeda based on a manga by Yoshiie Gouda
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Japanese title:
Kûki Ningyô

Cold hands, warm heart

Air Doll   Offscreen 2010 mini logo reviews fantasy drama comedy Hirokazu Koreeda already gained critical acclaim with splendid features like ‘After Life’ (1998) and ‘Nobody Knows’ (2004). In his latest, Air Doll, Korean actress Du-Na Bae (‘Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance’ & ‘The Host‘) portrays an inflatable sex doll that grows a heart – technically, it’s something closer to a soul and a conscious – leaves her natural bedroom habitat and sets off into the city to discover what life has to offer (and very much unaware of it all). She finds her way to a video store. By far not the worst place to start with your first job.


Alabama’s Ghost

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

Alabamas Ghost   alabama 82x120 reviews horror Director: Fredric Hobbs
: Fredric Hobbs
Release year
: 1973

It makes sense, I swear, but where are the luchadores?

Alabama (Christopher Brooks) finds the magician gear formerly owned by Carter the Great (E. Kerrigan Prescott) in the basement of a nightclub and decides to become a magician. He seeks out Granny (Ken Grantham) to find out about Carter, then goes to Moxie (also Ken Grantham) to learn magic and becomes Alabama, King Of The Cosmos. He goes on tour and soon we get vampires, a Nazi mad scientist, and some voodoo, plus a script that looks like it was co-written by Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds….