Gustavo Salmeron

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A sinister Ice Cream van steadily circles a neighbourhood, leaving death and destruction in its wake. As people come to watch, the ridiculous and crazy event connects several, complete strangers for a short time. Then, each group embarks on their own horrific adventure. 'Dante The Great' is an amateur magician who unwittingly comes into the possession of a cloak owned by Houdini. Whilst it gives him magical powers and makes him famous, it also demands to be fed. There is also the tale of a scientist who creates a machine able to conjure portals to parallel dimensions, and finally, there is the story of a group of teenagers that head to Mexico for a party and encounter the living dead. 

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Not Love Just Frenzy Review


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Apparently there comes a time in an urban twenty-something's life when the mere sight of men dressed up in drag, singing in campy falsettos, is enough to strike up the rebel spirit. If it's that time for you, don't hesitate to drop seven bucks on Not Love Just Frenzy.

Películas Frenéticas, the collective pseudonym for the three directors (Alfonso Albacete, Miguel Bardem and David Menkes) responsible for this picture, bring us a frantic, Chasing Amy-esque tale of seven young hipsters rampaging through Madrid on a coke-charged humping spree. There's Max (Nancho Novo) the possibly homicidal gigolo, Monica (Cayetana Guillen Cuervo) the nymphomaniac bartender-come-actress, Yeye (Ingrid Rubio) the innocent idealist, Maria (Beatriz Santiago) the lonely hepcat, Alberto (Gustavo Salmeron) the artistic and adventuresome homosexual-whose-mother-doesn't-know, Alex (Javier Albala) the ambiguous bisexual who complicates Alberto's life, David (Liberto Rabal) the straight cokehead Alberto lusts after, Luis (Javier Manrique) the cop on Max's six, and three drag queens thrown in for street cred. If this all sounds complex, it isn't.

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Twice Upon A Yesterday Review


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Cute, yet not altogether satisfying, this Sliding Doors drama-comedy has Henshall as a British actor who gets the chance to turn back time so that he doesn't fess up to girlfriend Headey that he's cheating on her. Will things turn out any better the second time around? Only fate knows the answer to that. The premise is, again, cute and moderately well-done, but unfortunately Henshall does not have the radiance of the crowd-pleasing Gwyneth Paltrow. A fun diversion, though.
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V/H/S: Viral Trailer

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A sinister Ice Cream van steadily circles a neighbourhood, leaving death and destruction in its...

Not Love Just Frenzy Movie Review

Not Love Just Frenzy Movie Review

Apparently there comes a time in an urban twenty-something's life when the mere sight of...

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