A little late but Happy Birthday!
Megan Gedris is just a super cool lady who has been a major inspiration. u_u
DEAR WHITE PEOPLE
A satire about being a Black face in a white place.
Click here to help bring this film to theaters: http://bit.ly/DWPYoTu
Remember when Black movies didn’t neccesarily star a dude in a fat suit and a wig? Or have major plot twists timed to Gospel numbers for no apparent reason? No? Damn…
Well believe it or not there was a time when “Black Art-House” was a thing. When movies like Do The Right Thing, Hollywood Shuffle, and Boyz In Da Hood were breaking box office records as well as making us laugh, cry, and think in ways movies hadn’t before.
The humble producers of DEAR WHITE PEOPLE, a satire about being a black face in a white place, long to bring those days back. But we can’t do it without you!
We pieced together what resources we had to make this trailer in order to entice investors for our planned million dollar feature. Armed with this trailer and your support we plan to make this film a reality. Click here to help bring this film to theaters: http://bit.ly/DWPYoTu
Shiiiit! That second paragraph!
Oh hey! I’m in the middle of watching Shadow of the Vampire (2000), with John Malkovich as F.W. Murnau and Willem Dafoe as Max Schreck/Nosferatu/Count Orlock! If I had to pick a favorite movie, under pain of death, it would be Murnau’s original Nosferatu. :’) I’ve never seen Herzog’s, but IT’S ON MY LIST BABY.
DANG this is amazing. There’s definitely a glut of minimalist movie poster/book cover remakes online right now, which is kind of meh but also really cool I think because it strips this otherwise complex subject down to simple, recognizable imagery and in doing so presents an analysis far more interesting than a traditional poster would.
Go see M. I COMMAND YOU. Anything with Peter Lorre is instantly watchable. u__u
Aha sorry for the reblahg spam - first Johnlock and now this stuff… If you must know, an oft overlooked clause in the NYS penal codes requires me to rebarf anything Clint Eastwood/Sergio Leone related.
An American Werewolf in London by Rich Fox
It’s tough to make an original story out of well known mythology, I think, without getting caught up in precedents and tropes. That said, An American Werewolf in London and Ginger Snaps are definitely two of the most thoughtful and outstanding film versions of the werewolf story/theme. :)