A teenage boy experiences heartbreak for the first time. Meat is wonderfully toned and temporally shot film. A great structure and character balance with an interesting development on a character that turns out even stranger than believed. We were very lucky with all the meat that was collected by art[…]
Behind the closed doors of an elite boarding school, Matthews and his friends are cruising through life – but when a weekend joyride ends in disaster, he has to deal with the guilt that consumes him.
A Pure Horror with a twist. When Kelly moves to a small town for her new teaching job, she finds herself in the middle of the town’s really… really… meaty secret. And everyone’s in on it, except for her.
Desperate for work, an idealistic college student agrees to a one day trial as a door to door meat salesman. An idly paced film that illustrates the harsh realities of a young college grad struggling to provide for his family. Michael Forstein got the idea in 2009 when his friend[…]
Meat the Leekes discusses themes of isolation, despair, pressure, and mental illness. It is a tense and uncomfortable portrait of an idyllic and aspirational family life gone stale, and the now vacuous and toxic relationships that remain within. It’s commonplace that the families we grow up with, the people we[…]
Something stinks in Charlie’s school locker, and a nosey bully is determined to find out what… Meat Locker is a cautionary fable about the dangers of sticking your nose where it doesn’t belong. malcolmbadewitz.com
Soylent is a dark comedy about a man who gets revenge on those who have made him feel inferior by stripping them of who they claim to be at their deepest level. It stars Bryan Kaplan (Fray) and Julie McNiven (Mad Men, Supernatural, Stargate: Universe, and Fringe). soylentthemovie.com theagreen.com