Watch this now: Easy Prey

January 30, 2012
By Paul Pritchard
Watch this now: Easy Prey

Ive mentioned director, Jeremiah Kipp on these pages several times in the past and have never failed to be impressed by the vision he manages to bring to the screen. His latest film, Easy Prey is no exception. The film was made in 2011 for Visionfests annual 55 New York State of Mind Project....
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Shed

January 27, 2012
By Paul Pritchard
Shed

Shed opens with an Asian man (Sheng-Chien) tied to a chair. This unnamed victim has clearly been through a lot already and, as soon as we meet his skinhead tormentor (Paul D Morrison), it is painfully apparent that things are about to get a lot worse. As you would expect, the skinhead has a...
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Watch this now: Archetype

January 25, 2012
By Paul Pritchard
Watch this now: Archetype

Aaron Sims is a veteran concept artist whose work can be seen in films such as Constantine, Fantastic Four, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Eight Below, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Spielbergs War of the Worlds, and Tim Burtons Big Fish. Now, as a labour of love and with no funding,...
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Trailer for Shed

January 24, 2012
By Paul Pritchard
Trailer for Shed

Shed, from StormMaker Pictures claims to be a thought provoking, tense short film with horrific ethical and moral overtones. It is a film that leads the viewer to question their thoughts and feelings on a terrifying subject matter that cuts deep into the heart of todays society. The trailer certainly promises an effectively brutal...
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Rage

January 21, 2012
By Paul Pritchard
Rage

Although Rage is consciously inspired Steven Spielbergs Duel, writer/director Chris Witherspoon has very successfully moved beyond his initial inspiration to take the film in an entirely different direction. The direction the film takes is one that works very well indeed. We start in an Oregon suburb where we meet Dennis Twist (Rick Crawford), an...
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Pulpmovies will be going dark on January 18th to protest SOPA/PIPA

January 15, 2012
By Paul Pritchard
Pulpmovies will be going dark on January 18th to protest SOPA/PIPA

On January 18th, between 08:00 and 20:00 UTC, Pulpmovies will be joining Identi.ca, Boing Boing, Rasberry Pi, and many others in an internet blackout in protest of the Stop Online Privacy Act proposed in the US Congress and its corresponding Senate bill, Protect IP. This is a badly drafted bill, promoted by people who...
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Tailer for terminal illness comedy, Time Expired

January 14, 2012
By Paul Pritchard
Tailer for terminal illness comedy, Time Expired

Terminal illness is a difficult subject to cover, especially for a comedy. From the trailer however, Time Expired appears to have managed this by finding a gentle humour that blends comedy and drama in a world filled with believable characters. When parking enforcement officer Randall Zimmerman discovers he has a fatal heart condition, he...
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