Diana has a vision of a new world, while Yaritza tries to destroy the old one.
Now married, Jesus and Yaritza return to America. They bring the cartel’s vengeance with them.
Martin heads to the desert, where he faces two brutal pornographers and their trail of destruction.
Martin’s now a detective. He meets a dangerous one-eyed man.
Jesus learns his place in the Mexican cartel as Don Ricardo struggles trusting his son Miguel
Officer Martin Jones sees his partner shot and investigates on his own. Not easy for a shitty man and a shittier cop.
The 1st full trailer for Refn’s TOO OLD TO DIE YOUNG has arrived! Rejoice!
Here are Father Gore’s Top 205 Films of all time!
Refn brings his wild sensibilities to a dark fantasy epic involving the possible course of a Viking trip to North America before anybody other than the Natives set foot on its ground.
Bronson. 2008. Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. Screenplay by Brock Norman Brock & Refn. Starring Tom Hardy, Matt King, James Lance, Amanda Burton, Kelly Adams, Juliet Oldfield, Jonathan Phillips, Mark Powley, Hugh Ross, Joe Tucker, Gordon Brown, & Charlie Whyman. Str8jacket Creations/Vertigo Films/Aramid Entertainment Fund. Rated 14A. 92 minutes. Biography/Crime/Drama ★★★★1/2 Time and again IContinue reading “Refn’s Bronson is a Surreal Character Study of Lonely Violence”
Bleeder. 1999. Directed & Written by Nicolas Winding Refn. Starring Kim Bodnia, Mads Mikkelsen, Rikke Louise Andersson, Liv Corfixen, Levino Jensen, & Zlatko Buric. Kamikaze. Not Rated. 98 minutes. Crime/Drama ★★★★★ People who frequent this site will now be sick of my love for Nicolas Winding Refn. He divides people. Nowadays, some of his supposedContinue reading “Bleeder Draws a Violent Line in the Sand Between Film and Reality”
FEAR X is a stunning look at fear, paranoia, guilt, and the dangerous path on which it can all put us.