Following a heart attack, Randall decides to make a film about his life, the store, and those who frequent it.
In the fictional town of Chucalissa, MS, a young woman on the run finds refuge and a new identity in an erotic dance club called The Pynk. Created by show runner Katori Hall, P-Valley is now streaming on the Starz app.
I had to take a short break from bringing you shorts due to simply too much work needing to be done. So, this week, I figured I’d bring you short films I’ve reviewed before that have become available to watch online.
Two young women, seemingly fairly normal, are vampires living in New York City, trying to find love and a point to this eternal life.
While delivering to an affluent neighborhood, a broke pizza delivery girl ends up being chased by a satanic cult because they need a virgin.
Two high school girls living together and going from part time job to part time job do what they can to hide their true identity: Hired killers working for an agency.
BOOTLEG FILES 809: “Lambeth Walk – Nazi Style” (1942 short that riffs on “Triumph of the Will” with a soundtrack featuring an instrumental version of “The Lambeth Walk”).
LAST SEEN: On YouTube.
AMERICAN HOME VIDEO: In public domain anthologies.
REASON FOR BOOTLEG STATUS: Unauthorized use of Leni Riefenstahl’s film coupled with music clearance issues.
CHANCES OF SEEING A COMMERCIAL DVD RELEASE: It is out there, rights clearance be damned.
Some humor is timeless – think of Shakespeare’s comedies, Mark Twain’s novels and the Three Stooges’ knockabout. But with some humor, time is not an ally and it can difficult for later generations to appreciate what their predecessors were laughing about.
In a world where only the beautiful succeed, a group of unattractive people, some disabled, fight to take back their rights. While fleeing the police, one of them crashes on a planet without women and populated by miners who may not be all there.