Superb character actor Robert Craighead joins FilmSnobbery’s Nic LaRue to talk about his role in the upcoming DVD release of HALLOWEED. He discusses getting into the business, the secret of acting longevity, and his love of music. Learn more about the film on IMDB at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3635788/?… Follow HALLOWEED on Twitter https://twitter.com/MOVIEHalloweed Like the HALLOWEED Facebook […]
HALLOWEED actress Michelle Mueller sits down with FilmSnobbery host Nic LaRue to talk about her role in this new stoner-comedy/horror flick. Michelle talks about getting into the industry, working with industry pros like Ray Wise and Danny Trejo, and her love of horror movies from a young age. Learn more about the film on IMDB […]
HALLOWEED director LazRael Lison sits down with FilmSnobbery host Nic LaRue to talk about his new stoner-comedy/horror flick. LazRael chats about all different parts of the production and post-production process, his horror movie influences, and how those movies helped him with the style of HALLOWEED. Learn more about the film on IMDB at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3635788/?ref_=nv_sr_1 Follow […]
It is an adventure comedy film, using 3D animation combined with live action Director, Abraham López, and Executive Producer, Darío Sánchez, will be looking for distribution and sales agents during the market Madrid, October 7, 2016.- The Impossible Journey is going to the American Film Market in November to look for distribution and sales […]
BEYOND is a fun short film directed by Jeremy Haccoun about a family trip gone awry when a rockslide traps a family of three inside their car out in the desert. It’s a simple enough set up for this roughly 10 minute ride. Haccoun does a great job of taking a simple concept and executing it […]
On the low jungle Amazon and closer to Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador than to Lima, Iquitos is at the heart of 140,000 square miles of rain-forest, roughly the size of California. Each wearing various hats for their first film, Christian Chapman, Paul Jason Hoffman and Cody Troyer spent four months in and around this Department […]
Vinny and Sebastion, two burnouts, going nowhere in small town suburbia and still riding the high of their high-school days, start a business doing the only thing they have ever excelled at...drugs. With the help of a jealous girlfriend and a rich goth chick, Vinny and Sebastion take on the mob, angry, geeky, frat-boys, and zombies in the search of the perfect high.
Directed in a highly stylized manner, P-Word Pizza recounts the meeting between an overweight, self-absorbed, delusional delivery boy and a group of Asian mobsters. A thought provoking film explores vulgar and taboo issues - racism, homophobia, sizeism, crime - thus awaking both discomfort and amusement. The story is infused with references to societal stereotypes and seamlessly interlinking the delivery boy's wide-eyed innocence and the Asian gangster's mockery. The director strength lies in the way she combines snappy dialog, gangster glorification, humor, pop culture, daring racial typecasting and social references can be seen as an homage to Tarantino.
Best friends Jeff and Tucker have grown up like most boys: playing video games and causing mischief. Now, late into their 20s, Jeff's new job promotion is moving him out of the country and away from Tucker's irresponsibility forever. With one last night together, they have to break into the UP-Ex shipping facility to steal back a package - a mysterious golden box - and hope their friendship can survive the adventure.
Dust Up is the new kick ass action-comedy horror neo-western from filmmaker Ward Roberts starring Amber Benson & Travis Betz. Turns out this is your new favorite film. Screening in select cities, On Demand everywhere digital October 2nd and on DVD November 13th. For more info: www.DustUpFilm.com www.facebook.com/DustUpFilm www.twitter.com/DustUpFilm (0)