See Dirty Lyle - They Came From Th on youtube.
See TRAILER - "Jaws Of Death& on youtube.
See TRAILER - "Whiskey Mounta on youtube.
See Impulse - Interview with Willi on youtube.
See Curse Of The Swamp Creature (h on youtube.
See The Kat Kings - It Came From T on youtube.
See William Grefe=Woo! on youtube.
See Nibbles: The Cycle Savages on youtube.
See Crocodile Evil - Hon Gwok Choi on youtube.
See NAKED EVIL (1966) trailer on youtube.
Description: With Der Auftritt Farocki once again takes us into the globe of advertising, following Photo und Umsatz oder wie kann boy einen Schuh darstellen? (1989). An advertising agency has to pitch a marketing idea to an optician's consortium, represented by the manager who is the first to see the campaign. The logo submitted, ‚Eyedentity', is examined from each angle: it gotta simultaneously express both the company's dynamism and its reliability! A fascinating, dispassionate glimpse behind closed doors, where each feature is dramatised to victory that lucrative contract.
Description: Incident at Restigouche is a 1984 documentary movie by Alanis Obomsawin, chronicling a series of two raids on the Listuguj Mi'gmaq First Nation (Restigouche) by the Sûreté du Québec in 1981, as part of the efforts of the Quebec government to impose fresh restrictions on Native salmon fishermen. Incident at Restigouche delves into the history behind the Quebec Provincial Police (QPP) raids on the Restigouche Reserve on June 11 and 20, 1981. The Quebec government had decided to restrict fishing, resulting in anger among the Micmac Indians as salmon was traditionally an necessary source of meal and income. Using a combination of documents, news clips, photographs and interviews, this strong movie provides an in-depth investigation into the history-making raids that place justice on trial.
Description: A movie about borders and border checkpoints, poetically following the folks that come into contact with them - one method or another. Borders is about boys and girls dreaming of a better life in Europe and the high price they often have to pay for it - if they succeed at all. Without taking an instant moral stance, the movie follows the route that many immigrants take from the heart of Africa to the centre of Europe, stopping at every border: Nigeria, Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal , Mauritania, Morocco, Spain, France, Belgium, and finally, the Netherlands.
Description: On Saturday, July 27, 1996, a terrorist’s bomb exploded in Centennial Olympic Park at the Atlanta Summer Games, killing two and injuring 111. The toll would have been far higher if not for safety guard Richard Jewell, who discovered the bag holding the bomb and helped clear the area. Yet within hours, praise of his heroism turned to vicious accusations. Jewell would be hounded for months by investigations and the media. Eventually, the FBI would capture and convict Eric Robert Rudolph for the crime. Judging Jewell revisits the stage in Atlanta where Richard Jewell, a boy simply doing his job, lost the one thing he valued most — his honor.
Description: A detail length documentary shot in Iceland on mediums and the relationship between humans and invisible beings such as elves ghosts, angels, water creatures and extra-terrestrials. The movie is a adventure to the frontiers of life questioning the scope of our existence. Are we alone in the universe? If life exists in another dimensions, it's worth knowing more.
Description: Dopamine is a naturally occurring chemical in the brain that influences movement and reward. At the core of progressive snowboarding, it is movement and reward that deliever a natural motivation for riders like Bode Merrill, Victor De Le Rue, and Brandon Cocard to evolve and innovate. These explorers of mountain and mental landscapes led the charge this year, changing the definition of what can be done on a snowboard, and changing the guard. From the Yukon, Kootenays, Valhallas, Monashees, Dolomites, and Pyrenees, the Absinthe team proves Dopamine is free, but you have to receive out there to earn it.
Description: "If buildings should talk, what would they tell about us?" CATHEDRALS OF CULTURE offers six startling responses. This 3D movie project about the soul of buildings allows six iconic and very various buildings to speak for themselves, examining human life from the unblinking perspective of a manmade structure. Six acclaimed filmmakers bring their own visual style and artistic approach to the project. Buildings, they present us, are material manifestations of human thought and action: the Berlin Philharmonic, an icon of modernity; the National Library of Russia, a kingdom of thoughts; Halden Prison, the world's most humane prison; the Salk Institute, an institute for breakthrough science; the Oslo Opera House, a futuristic symbiosis of art and life; and the Centre Pompidou, a modern culture machine. CATHEDRALS OF CULTURE explores how every of these landmarks reflects our culture and guards our collective memory.
Description: A group of passionate young environmentalists spend 100 days in the jungles of Borneo in effort to save the rainforests and its endangered orangutans in this Australian documentary...
Description: A river's dreams and memories said from the perspective of the water that runs through it - a visual adventure from prehistoric times to the modern era along what is actually known as the San Marcos River.
Description: The truth is method stranger than fiction,” muses one interviewee in this wonderful real acc of an wonderful fight time saga. As the Second Globe Fight was coming to a close, the US Office of Strategic Services trained and parachuted two Jewish refugees and a German deserter deep into Nazi occupied Austria. Through vivid first-person accounts, re-enactments, archival footage and learned commentary, the movie reveals how their efforts disrupted a vital supply route between Germany and the Italian front to bring about the surrender of Innsbruck to Allied Forces. Their wonderful journey has a finale that beats any Hollywood film hands down — but a storyline so strong that it became the basis for Quentin Tarantino’s mega hit.
Description: The real stories that spawned the eerie tale of Damien, a tiny man with an angelic face, whose very name still conjures up thoughts of Satan. This documentary shares spine-tingling notification about the the all-too-memorable flick that has terrorized movie audiences since 1976.
Description: Follow the wonderful adventure of the Chicago White Sox as they war their method through the 2005 season and go on to become the Globe Series Champions for the first time in 88 years.
Description: Ronda Rousey: Breaking Ground examines the remarkable rise of the first female winner in UFC history. Using Ronda's lifelong desire to be a superhero as a theme throughout, the tool features the childhood trauma and the complicated relationship with her mother that has fueled her athletic endeavors. Featuring interviews with Ronda, her mother, her mates and coaches and UFC President Dana White, it's the first comprehensive analysis of one of professional sports real pioneers.
Description: In this bio-documentary, you will receive to know Claudia Wonder, a Brazilian transsexual at the forefront of LGBT rights activism and alternative melody stage for more than thirty years.
Description: DEALING AND WHEELING IN SMALL ARMS is a political documentary on the uncontrolled widespread of tiny arms, which rule and crash the lives of a growing number of folks in developing countries. Through the eyes of various experts whose lives depend on tiny arms, the movie shows the causes and impact of the trade—both legal, 'grey' and illegal—in tiny arms and its ammunitions, in particular in regions where the European Union and the United Nations are active, such as former Yugoslavia and Congo. Especially interesting for the western audience, the movie shows how brokers—often under some 'organized' legal cover—buy weapons collected by the EU and NATO during their point in Bosnia. These brokers transfer the weapons directly to African battlefields where they continue their killing lifespan unhindered.
Description: "…elegant yet rustic in its simplicity of execution; tugged gently toward various sides of the set by tips of color and motion interactions, positive and negative spaces, etc., and the unyielding delivery on one of the nice apotheoses of poetic cinema at fade-out time." – Tony Conrad
Movies Like Kalle Utter 1971
Movies Like Apocalypse 2016
Movies Like Up In Arms: How the Gun Lobby is Changing Canada 2015
Movies Like Tales from the Drive-In 2018
Movies Like Not Guilty! 1926
Movies Like La Fin du Monde est pour dimanche 2015
Movies Like Diabolique 2016
Movies Like Los Hermanos - Produzindo o álbum "Ventura" 1980
Movies Like Hundarnas morgon 1981
Movies Like Driven: The Billy Monger Story 1980
Movies Like Jamiroquai: AccorHotels Arena Paris 2017
Movies Like Equal or Better: The Story of the Silver Line 2012
Movies Like Norwegens Sehnsuchtsstraße 2018
Movies Like Cemetery Tales: A Tale of Two Sisters 2018
If there is one thing that I'm everytime on my soapbox about, it is learning about the horror genre, from the very beginnings to modern day. The reason is simply because we need to recognize what came before us and remember what they gave us. It supports us appreciate where we are now. So when I heard about a documentary that was being made about this lesser known Florida based filmmaker, William Grefé, needless to say, I was excited.One of my favorites of Grefé's work is his 1965 movie Sting of Death, which details a half man/half jellyfish creature, which is just a hoot. It featured such a memorable monster, my wife immortalized it on a birthday cake for me, along with the game monster from Z.A.A.T.! Grefé made another games in the horror category like Death Curse of Tartu (what a nice title!), Mako: The Jaws of Death, Stanley, and a several more. He also didn't just work in the horror genre, but in quite a several of them, from biker movies, racing movies, and even a drug exploitation! He was making movies with very tiny budget, but everytime turning out a entertaining game that made money. And now, with this fresh documentary, we receive to hear from Grefé himself as we go through all of this films, hearing some nice stories about every one of them. But it is not just him that we hear from, but plenty of another folks that either worked with him on those films, like Doug Hobart, Randy Grinter, Joe Morrison, William Marquez, Chris Robinson, as well as fellow filmmakers like H.G. Lews, David F. Friedman, Fred Olen Ray, and even William Shatner himself! This 2-disc set comes with not only the documentary, but the rare, never released before movie Whisky Mountain, starring Christopher George. While not a horror title, it has plenty of dark exploitation thrills to it to hold you entertained. The disc is also filled with trailers, a couple of short movies (one starring Shatner), deleted scenes, and so much more.Grefé is one of those guys that was working outside of the Hollywood system, usually working in the Florida area, and place out some very memorable and entertaining films. While most normal film fanatics might turn their noses up at these type of films, I think real connoisseurs of the exploitation field will everytime be pleasantly entertained. At the end of the day, isn't that what a filmmaker could be all about? One that can turn out a movie within the budget, create it fun and/or exciting for the audience, and have the picture create cash at the box office. Grefé showed that by using creativity and ingenuity, rather than just throwing cash at it like modern Hollywood movies are made, he showed how nice of a genuine filmmaker he was. The shame is that there aren't too many more folks out there these days, but I'm sure seeing his storyline in this documentary should just spark those constructive juices in some young filmmaker and begin them on their way.This documentary was directed by Daniel Griffith from Ballyhoo Motion Pictures, who has created a ton of nice details and featurettes for DVD and blu-ray releases over the years, so he really knows his method around this type of topics matter, which he does other nice job here as well. This disc comes highly suggested not only because it is entertaining, but also it is a nice history lesson!
For some strange reason Do-It-Yourself maverick Florida-based indie filmmaker William Grefe rarely seems to receive his due. Fortunately, this lengthy and comprehensive documentary rights that particular wrong by covering all of Grefe's cinematic work in fascinatingly thorough detail. Starting out with Grefe growing up in Miami as an avid fanatic of John Ford's movies, with detours into acting in summer stock in Fresh York and serving in the Navy for two years during the Korean fight before getting down to the primary nitty gritty with a wealth of nice and entertaining stories on every and each one of his motion pictures.Among the greatest tales woven within are how Grefe shot his early movies on weekends to receive around union rules, family members supporting out on the films in multiple capacities, Grefe nearly managing to receive a movie made with Elvis Presley, a close call with an alligator on "Death Curse of Tartu," Harold Sakata almost getting killed due to a harrowing mishap during the shooting of the stage in which Sakata gets strung up on a rope in "Impulse," a shark that was supposed to be dead, but wasn't on "Mako: The Jaws of Death," and the pot in the cave being the true thing in "Whiskey Mountain." Such Grefe actors and collaborators as bubblegum pop melody idol Steve Alaimo, veteran hero actor John Davis Chandler, writer Gary Crutcher, "Stanley" star Chris Robinson, and make-up expert and creature boy Doug Hobart relate lots of fun anecdotes on their time in the trenches with Grefe while movie historian Chris Poggliali, Frank Henenlotter, Herschell Gordon Lewis, David F. Friedman, and Fred Olen Ray all give Grefe plenty of well-deserved props. Filled with behind the scenes footage and nifty movie clips, this one sizes up as a spot-on loving tribute to William Grefe and his movies.
They Came from the Swamp: The Movies of William Grefé (2016) **** (out of 4) When it comes to exploitation films, William Grefe really isn't the most well-known name even though he created some of the largest hits for the sub-genre including the snake movie STANLEY. He is greatest remembered today for shooting his movies in Florida and adding the atmosphere of the state to movies like STING OF DEATH, DEATH CURSE OF TARTU, THE HOOKED GENERATION, THE DEVIL'S SISTERS, IMPULSE and MAKO: THE JAWS OF DEATH.I was excited that someone decided to create a movie on Grefe but at the same time I was a tiny worried about the 123 minute running time. I mean, did someone who made sixteen movies really need that long of a documentary? Well the respond was yes because director Daniel Griffith has created an incredibly entertaining movie that does what each nice documentary could do and that is create it even more interested in the subject. If you're familiar with the work of Grefe then you're going to be wanting to re-watch all of the films and if you've never heard of him, well, I think you'll still be entertained by this movie and will then wish to see the movies in question.As with another exploitation documentaries, we receive interviews with some of the large names in the category like David F. Friedman, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Fred Olen Ray and Frank Henelotter. Thankfully there are also interviews with the boy himself who gets to talk about the production of all his films as well as share some unbelievable stories about different problems that happened on the set. There's a storyline about a near-death in IMPULSE that is just downright crazy. Also on hand for interviews are some of the fine folks who also worked on the movies and these contain the likes of John Davis Chandler, Randy Grinter, Gary Grutcher and exploitation expert Chris Poggiali is also here.The interviews themselves are nice as are the clips from not only the films and their trailers but there's also some news cast footage and some outtakes from the movies themselves. THEY CAME FROM THE SWAMP is a movie I had very high expectations for and it delivered everything you'd wish plus much more. You can say that there was a lot of passion in the project and director Griffith has really given fanatics the end-all project on Grefe and his films.
New York, NY 10013
Similar Film Search Engine
+44 20 7336 8898
Mon - Sun 09:30 am - 05:30 pm