"Death Bed: The Bed that Eats," is an acclaimed cult film that took me… More"Death Bed: The Bed that Eats," is an acclaimed cult film that took me many years to find, and astounded me throughout. If you are unaware of this magical film then I must direct you to the Patton Oswalt bit that made me track it down and find it. Lost for a good 22 years, "Death Bed: The Bed that Eats," was deemed too terrible to be released, and was stored away until recently.
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The world of independent film is a great space for minority voices.… MoreThe world of independent film is a great space for minority voices. POCs and women are often allowed to tell their own stories, and get more attention for them, than in the studio system, which relies on box office returns to fuel investments.
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Most of the buzz around this documentary comes from its director: Mike… MoreMost of the buzz around this documentary comes from its director: Mike Myers. Out of the spotlight for many years (following several box office bombs) Myers has turned his energy to the world of directing, and in particular to a giant in the industry: Shep Gordon. A man who has managed everyone from Alice Cooper to Emerill Lagasse, this famous manager has a buttload of stories, and is finally given a way to tell them.
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This is one of the smartest and yet simple concepts I have seen in the… MoreThis is one of the smartest and yet simple concepts I have seen in the fantasy/relationship drama genre. Going in I was unaware of the concept, which revolves around a troubled couple at a resort, who find that the back guest house is a door into some kind of fantasy world where they find their true bliss, at a great cost.
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