I like independent films. It’s a respite in the modern public addiction to high dollar entertainment. One of the best examples of independent film makers are the team of Thomas Smith, Erin Lilly, Soren Odom and Khristian Fulmer. They operate under the banner of Fighting Owl Films in Mobile Alabama. They’ve made a couple short […]
Want a gentle smile? This is an 11 minute short film starring David Tennant of Doctor Who fame. It made me smile. It made my day. I hope it does the same for you.
A man on a trip to Paris has a vision where he sees his brother murdered. When he arrives back home in England, he finds his brother is dead and the rest you have to find out from watching the Veil.
This is a terrific little film (especially given it’s from 1932) about characters who are sentenced to a chain gang and the terrible conditions they face. Sometimes 1930’s movies suffer from bad music, chattery dialogue and silly distractions but this is a very nice well shot piece of antique cinema. Richard Dix plays the top dog on a chain gang.