Fantastic animation clip- Jacob by Crackartoons studio

Isn’t this the coolest poster around? Here is the summary of the Jacob animated teaser (now up at HDFEST)

“A slight metallic noise, as of a barbed object dragged on the pave, can be heard in the peaceful roads of Pumpkinville. In this small provincial town, life is quiet like a stream in a prairie… but horror can come out from every fence cheerfully painted, every shiny manhole, or from the well-groomed hedges of the mansion just at the bottom of the street. He’s hungry, irresponsible and will never stop ‘till he gets what he wants… just to start again.” Watch the video here

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New music video “Magical Machines” by Swedish for Beginners

A promo for the song Magical Machines by Swedish for Beginners. It takes place inside a photo booth, where the back wall suddenly collapses to expose the band playing.  Watch the video here

Coming to theatres Friday “Frozen River.” We have a movie review by Gerald- will this be a future Academy Award recipient?

Wow, Frozen River, written and directed by Courtney Hunt, really sounds like it has phenomenal acting. Read Gerald’s advance review of this new indie film (it comes out August 1st) here.

Frozen River is the story of two women from different worlds with similar desperate circumstances who are lured by fast money. They become involved in a plan to smuggle illegal goods and illegal aliens over the New York and Quebec border across the St. Lawrence frozen river days before the Christmas holidays. Read the rest of the review here

New HD Music video Orion “A Farewell”

Check out the new High-Definition music video on HDFEST for Orion’s song “A Farewell.”  The video for this great band, directed by Michael DeMattia, can be viewed here

This video will also be showcased at the HDFEST event in LA later this year.

New music for film, The Bob Lazar Story- Music from Christchurch New Zealand

New Music for Film Listing at HDFEST Music


If you are a filmmaker/producers and interested in using music by this artist that is “Bendy, twisty, creative and flexible”, visit this page for more information, musician contact information and to listen to sample songs.

Poetic movie review of “Brokeback Mountain” in the spirit of remembering Heath Ledger

Rosie checked out Brokeback Mountain and was inspired to write another movie review in verse this past week.

Can you keep a secret? Listen, just between you and me, some of my inside-inside sources are telling me that there might be a little buzz growing around Heath Ledger this year as an early Oscar favorite. But keep that under your hat, alright? Anyway, it all made me realize that I probably don’t really know enough about what kind of actor Heath Ledger really was. So I enrolled myself in the crash course and, lo and behold, pulled out a peach of a pick for the latest installment of the fantastically pleonastically named series, Movie Reviews of Movies For Grown Ups But That Are Written For Kids And That Rhyme Which Is How You Know They’re For Kids Even Though The Movies Are Inappropriate For Kids But That’s What Makes It So Ironic. Read the rest of the review here

For prior installments of Movie Reviews of Movies For Grown Ups But That Are Written For Kids And That Rhyme Which Is How You Know They’re For Kids Even Though The Movies Are Inappropriate For Kids But That’s What Makes It So Ironic, click here for There Will be Blood

New on Blu-Ray, Meet The Spartans Movie Review, No Do Not Meet the Spartans

*Lucky you humans, this film is on Blu-Ray, so your brains can be damaged with perfect clarity.” Check out “The Robot’s review of Meet the Spartans here