Does hell exist? If so, who ends up there, and why? An eclectic group of authors, theologians, pastors, social commentators and musicians, look at why we are so bound to the idea of hell and how our beliefs about hell affect the world we are creating today.
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||September 21st, 2012 (Limited) by Area 23a|
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||Religious, Heaven and Hell, Atheism, Heavy Metal, Voiceover/Narration, Intertitle, Animated Sequences, Directing Yourself, Screenplay Written By the Star, 9/11, Orthodox Religion|
|Source:||Based on Real Life Events|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
||Area 23a, Kevin Miller XI Productions|
May 28th, 2013
It's the day after Memorial Day, which means we are in the summer season, which is a terrible time for the home market. The only first-run release of the week is Dark Skies, which is hardly a major release. There are a few summer TV shows that are coming out on DVD and / or Blu-ray, some of which are interesting. The latest season of Doctor Who is coming out this week, but it is being split, and not just into two parts, so that precludes it from being a Pick of the Week contender. There are not a lot of options for Pick of the Week, but I'm going with Beetlejuice: The Complete Series, but keep in mind there could be some nostalgia at work here and Lore on DVD or Blu-ray is arguably the better release. Meanwhile, Hellbound? on DVD earns the rarely awarded Puck of the Week for best Canadian release.
May 27th, 2013
Hellbound? is a documentary that sets out to answer two simple questions. Why is there Hell? And who goes there? I am fully aware that while those questions can be stated simply, they are far from simple questions. Filmmaker Kevin Miller travels around the United States, and the world, talking to various individuals about their ideas of Hell and who goes there. Will it engage religious moviegoers? Will it have wider appeal?
September 25th, 2012
The Perks of Being a Wallflower easily topped the per theater chart with an average of $57,090 in four theaters. This combined with its 81% positive reviews suggests a potential for significant expansion and long legs. Diana Vreeland - The Eye Has to Travel was also strong with an average of $21,233. This is an excellent start, but documentaries rarely expand significantly beyond the art house circuit. Occupy Unmasked just managed to top $10,000 on the per theater chart with an average of $10,238 in four theaters.
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