A man sentenced to sweat out his debt to society on a prison farm refuses to compromise with authority. This 'failure to communicate' gets him in all kinds of trouble. Kennedy won Oscar as leader of the chain gang.
God Told Me To was recorded and produced by JOHN 5, Chris Baseford (Rob Zombie, Tommy Lee) and Bob Marlette (Sebastian Bach, Black Sabbath) in 2011. The cover art for the album is illustrated by none other than Rob Zombie, who is also tapping JOHN 5 to score the entirety of his upcoming film, ‘The Lords of Salem’. JOHN 5’s resume has seen him work with some of the most renowned musicians in the industry (Rob Halford, Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie to name a few), and has cemented his name into the annals of rock history.
The DVD portion of the release is hosted by retro-style horror-host Mike Odd and takes a look inside the world of JOHN 5 during his terrifying trip into the realm of God Told Me To. The DVD features footage of JOHN 5 in the studio while working on the new album, exclusive videos taken on tour, a peek inside the photo shoot for his 2011 remix album Remixploitation, and more.
The Illustrated Man -- Rod Steiger plays the tattoo-covered title role in this fascinating vision of doom and danger based on the classic short story collection by futurist Ray Bradbury.
Cool Hand Luke -- A man refuses to conform to life in a rural prison.
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Vishhu (Indian superstar Abhay Deol), a restless young man, itches to escape the fate of his father's faltering hair oil business. When the offer to drive an antique truck to the museum it is being sold to, falls into his lap, Vishnu sees the trip from the desert to the sea as his ticket to freedom. As he travels across the harsh terrain, Vishnu reluctantly picks up a young runaway (Mohammad Faizal), a wandering old entertainer (Satish Kaushik), and a striking gypsy woman (Tannishthah Chatterjee, 'Brick Lane'). When confronted with looming danger from corrupt cops and a notorious waterlord, the unlikely trio discovers the key to their freedom,the old Chevy that they have been traveling in houses not only an eccentric collection of films, but two forty-year-old film projectors to screen them.
Official selection of 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. From the producers of "Lost In Translation". A young man with two old film projectors in the back of his antique Chevy discovers love, life and laughter on the back roads of India.
Rod Steiger plays the tattoo-covered title role in this fascinating vision of doom and danger based on the classic short story collection by futurist Ray Bradbury. Robert Drivas portrays a good-natured drifter who can't tear his eyes from Steiger's freakish illustrations. And Claire Bloom is the mysterious seductress who created the "art" that curses its bearer - and comes to life in a nightmarish trio of tales. Two spoiled children turn playtime into slay time (from The Veldt). Shipwrecked astronauts wander across a planet cursed by The Long Rain. And loving parents choose their children's fate when the end nears (from The Last Night of the World). Every one of The Illustrated Man's pictures tells a story. And every story ends in terror.
Rod Steiger plays the tattoo-covered title role in this fascinating vision of doom and danger based on the classic short story collection by futurist Ray Bradbury.
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