Belcourt should put all of their programming up for popular vote.
Be sure to snag the soundtrack sampler from http://drafthousefilms.com/film/miami-conn… so you'll be good and ready to rock out alongside Dragon Sound
ill throw in Angel Olsen - Half Way Home
now for the question everyone is asking, will the dvd drinking game queues be enabled?!
i can't imagine many people wading their way through 90 minutes of rock n roll, sorcery and stunts without this trailer for STUNT ROCK to totally sell them: http://youtu.be/GXNBS4WqyX8
and without having the Jermaine Jackson cameo spoiled in this trailer, im not sure why i'd bother seeking out VOYAGE OF THE ROCK ALIENS: http://youtu.be/dgzOl2QHk38
and even with the spoilers tossed in from one of the greatest pig out scenes in film history taking place in a bronx sbarro, i'm not sure how this trailer doesn't absolutely sell someone on KRUSH GROOVE: http://youtu.be/lI32v3ny69Y
granted most of these are older trailers, but i don't consider it a lost art. i find this fairly recent trailer to be pretty hot shit: http://youtu.be/89TLbK6o-og
why cant we just combine For Greater Glory and Darling Companion to get a mexican period piece epic about a lost dog? like a prequel remake of the Richie segment in Amores Perros but with diane keaton running around screeching while Andy Garcia and Peter O'Toole lose their shit in the background?
This might be my most anticipated film of the festival this year.
And though he didn't direct any segments in this, Calvin Lee Reeder is playing a role in V/H/S and I'm not sure I'll ever be able to shake the memories I have of his shorts Little Farm and The Rambler, also his feature, The Oregonian... for better or worse.
Also Wingard's You're Next is a really solid blend of horror and lightheartedness that has the real potential to be a big crossover box office success that the horror genre hasn't seen in a long time... assuming the marketing is there. Enjoyed it quite a bit and it even allowed me to forgive him somewhat for the mess that was A Horrible Way to Die.
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