Coffeehouse Film Reviews
TOO Productions presents the next Coffeehouse Film Review on
Thursday, August 11 from 8 – 10 p.m. at Studio 1515, located at 1515
Seventh Avenue in Ybor City.
This month's films include:
Health Care: Past, Present, Future – A documentary written and
Produced by Javier Prado and directed and produced by Burke McBirnie. A examination of the powerful forces driving the creation, evolution and future directions of the current US healthcare system in a free-market economy and comparison with alternative systems throughout the world.
AND A PREVIEW OF THIS YEAR'S HALLOWEEN HORROR FEST:
Batman: Dead End: The clock tower strikes midnight in a rainy, cold
and dreary Gotham City… The Joker has just escaped from Arkham Asylum once again. The bat signal has been illuminated and Batman is on the case. He tracks his arch nemesis to a dead end alley somewhere in the industrial district of Gotham City… Joker is no match for the Bat, but what else lurks in the dark shadows of the alley, very well might be...
The Wretched: A man wakes up in a dark prison cell. He doesn't know
how he got in there. He looks around and sees to his surprise that the prison door is open. But he cannot get out because his right-hand is chained to the floor. He hears a terrible scream from far away. Then the film starts to tell a different story. We see the same man. But now he wakes up in a luxury bedroom. When he gets up he opens one of the big windows and he hears people on the street laughing and cheering. The man reacts shocked to this event. We do not why. From now on the film tells two stories about the same man. We do not know which story takes place first and which one second.
But when the film evolves we see that the man is given a choice to escape. But the price he has to pay for it is very high.
Black Gulch: Bank robbers roll into the wrong small town and encounter supernatural opposition. It was supposed to be a simple job, but the bank is empty, the town is deserted except for a small boy, and the bank robbers soon find themselves trapped in a desperate struggle to survive.
Fatal Kiss: When successful Los Angeles businessman Richard Clarke
sees a TV infomercial on vampirism, he figures out how to get back at his soon-to-be ex-wife. However when he gets bitten by a female vampire, he encounters more problems than he expected. Co-starring 'Kato' Kaelin.
Snow Day, Bloody Snow Day: Snow is falling and group of much-wilier-
than-usual zombies have come out to play! Disguised as pizza deliverymen and the Publisher's Clearing House prize patrol they are storming the city, preying mercilessly on gullible housewives and unwary frat boys! Fortunately for all mankind, our saviors appear in the form of a gang of socially inept movie geeks and their new alpha male, the delightfully named ... (Call me Eli.) Armed with a slapdash but surprising effective array of weaponry, our heroes
march boldly into the streets to fulfill their destiny! Huzzah! I'd repopulate the Earth with them any day!
TOO Productions promises your film will be shown! TOO Productions is looking for film submissions for future events. For more information on the event or for information on how to submit a film, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
All genres of films are accepted – feature length, shorts, documentaries, comedy, horror, love, art, drama, foreign language, experimental etc. No pornography!
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