Ever wanted to see David Lynch questioning a monkey about its affair with a chicken? Here you go!
The story of the real-life Kaspar Hauser is a peculiar one: In 1828, a teenage boy suddenly appeared in the city of Nuremberg, barely able to talk, carrying a letter with him containing his story. Hauser later claimed that he had lived in a single room all his life until 1828, eating nothing but bread and drinking water. He died in 1833 from a (probably self-inflicted) stab wound.
Herzog takes this source material and creates a slow yet intelligent film about society and personal identity. Another wonderful piece in the directors filmography.p
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
AoTCP - Christmas Challenge Film #6
I don't really wanna write much about this hilariously bad Christmas horror flick with more plot holes and bad dialogue than Santa has presents in his bag. Just this: When you cast Goldberg as Santa, he should definitely spear somebody through the meat counter!