Too Old to Die Young— Volume 10: “The World”

Diana has a vision of a new world, while Yaritza tries to destroy the old one.

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Too Old to Die Young— Volume 6: “The High Priestess”

Now married, Jesus and Yaritza return to America. They bring the cartel’s vengeance with them.

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Too Old to Die Young— Volume 5: “The Fool”

Martin heads to the desert, where he faces two brutal pornographers and their trail of destruction.

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Too Old to Die Young— Volume 3: “The Hermit”

Martin’s now a detective. He meets a dangerous one-eyed man.

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Too Old to Die Young— Volume 2: “The Lovers”

Jesus learns his place in the Mexican cartel as Don Ricardo struggles trusting his son Miguel

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Too Old to Die Young— Volume 1: “The Devil”

Officer Martin Jones sees his partner shot and investigates on his own. Not easy for a shitty man and a shittier cop.

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[Trailer] Nicolas Winding Refn’s TOO OLD TO DIE YOUNG

The 1st full trailer for Refn’s TOO OLD TO DIE YOUNG has arrived! Rejoice!

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VALHALLA RISING: Revisionist Arthouse Viking History

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.

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Refn’s Bronson is a Surreal Character Study of Lonely Violence

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”

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Bleeder Draws a Violent Line in the Sand Between Film and Reality

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”

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Refn’s FEAR X: Paranoia Abound as Turturro Goes Mad

FEAR X is a stunning look at fear, paranoia, guilt, and the dangerous path on which it can all put us.

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