'Terror of Frankenstein' is an exercise in extreme meta-fictional tragicomedy. Presented as the commentary track of a rushed reissue of a forgotten (but 100% genuine) Frankenstein film's DVD (because of unspecified 'recent events'), this project transforms the film into an entirely new, very human horror story. Featuring Clu Gulager as the director of the 1977 original who is happily exploiting the unmentioned tragedy linked to the film, the recording session unravels a mystery as he clashes with the screenwriter (Zack Brown) and, ultimately, its star (Leon Vitali from Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut and Barry Lyndon, playing himself.) 'Terror of Frankenstein' is Mystery Science Theater 3000 by way of Sartre, an icy satire of the monsters onscreen, behind the camera, and in the audience.
Lewandowsky's 'Report' is a collage on the eroticism of power. The film consists of 4-5 basic motifs that repeat themselves in cyclic montage. Television images of politicians, ecclesiastical dignitaries, the East German army, military combat jets, and wrecking balls are cut against each other, underlaid with martial industrial music. Again and again, an image is faded in of a woman exposing her breasts. Originally created as accompaniment to a theatrical staging of Shakespeare's tragedy "Titus Andronicus".
An exclusive behind the scenes interview with the team at DONTNOD as they discuss the inspirations and challenges they faced when creating the critically acclaimed and award winning Life is Strange. No fan will want to miss this. The Director's Commentary to Life Is Strange starring Co-Producers Michel Koch and Raoul Barbet. "An unconfident photography student Max discovers her ability to rewind time, and reunites with her estranged best friend Chloe to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a local girl."
Learn the skills of Police Advanced Drivers from Chris Gilbert, one of the country's top driving instructors. This DVD will change forever, your thought process when driving, for better, safer, more enjoyable driving.
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Using hidden cameras and never-before-seen footage, Earthlings chronicles the day-to-day practices of the largest industries in the world, all of which rely entirely on animals for profit.
Directors Commentary was a comedy television series created and written by Paul Duddridge and produced by Miles Ross. It was made by Jones The Film for ITV and broadcast in 2004. It starred Rob Brydon as Peter de Lane, a fictional director who provided the audio commentary for the DVD releases of shows he had supposedly directed. These commentaries not only provided information on the programmes but also gave a glimpse into de Lane's life. It ran for 7 episodes, which have all been released on DVD. It used stock footage of real television programmes, such as Bonanza, Only When I Laugh and Flambards, and de Lane did not appear in person on screen.