When the twist reveals itself, the audience discovers the ghost is not in the couple’s past but their future.
Maybe this one fits better under the macabrer category, but to me it feels more surreal. Inspired by David Firth's short "Dog of Man", but didn't turn out the way I wanted it to. some others like the one that is black and white and has the word berries in the title remind me of like mental diseases people have, like he showing people what they're like to have. I do really like the picture Hahha yeah I love it too!
So, years over soon, and I thought I'd do something a little different.
I'm gonna cut down on the words for this one and instead just hand out some ammo to blast on NYE to make sure yours is the best sounding night on the block.
I have ported the SDL version of the Atrari800 emulator to Mac OS X, and added a full native Cocoa interface, including Preferences, Menus, File Associations, Help and more.
It does not require lib SDL to be installed separately, but includes it within the application package.
It does however require ROM image files from the original Atari systems, which are not included here.
Special Thanks go to Jacek Poplawski for writing the general SDL port, and the entire lib SDL team that has made this port possible.
We got house, we got techno, we got mixtures of genres and all, a lil' bit of evrything.
For his birthday he would like a Superman cape and a Dragon Blaster Skeletor figure that he can play with.
----- My name is David Firth and I make things that move.
Variety notes that is in no way a “straightforward horror movie” and, if anything, is more of a “conceptual experiment” that would be "better suited to a museum setting”.
-esque ghost but rather a classic bed sheet-based one, staying underneath the sheet for most of the film, which unfolds slowing, at one point allowing four minutes for Mara to eat a pie in silence.