Tuesday, July 1, 2014

The Visitor

Found this On Demand last night.  Each passing minute became more and more bizarre.

I'm still not sure what I saw.

Click below for the trailer (which gives an exact impression of what the movie holds):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qw_g2qG38s

10 comments:

bean said...

Surreal and awesome and baffling in so many ways. I had a blast watching this with you. :)

Jay's Shadow said...

Wow. I don't know what to say about that one......

Rot said...

there were times when I couldn't believe what I was watching.
And the music in the film WAS that disco-type music in the trailer...whenever they showed John Huston, they played that music.
Was more like music for:
"TONIGHT, ON THE CBS MOVIE OF THE WEEK!"

Rot said...

i apologize for the number of times I said "what IS this?!"

HalloweeNut said...

Rot, you wanna see something strange? Check out this out - "Escape from Tomorrow". It was shot guerilla style in Disney World over the course of two years. I'm not a fan of "art-house", but I really dig this flick. Super creepy, and trippy weird. Here's the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nfU_5NWBoE

Steve Ring said...

New to me. Looks sweet!

girl6 said...

at first glance, i thought that still was a painting or a scene from Dune. Holy Hell,
i had NO idea this existed!

the cast ALONE is totally outta this world, Huston, Peckinpah, Nero & Frank Black!..GAH!!!!

i CAN'T wait to watch it.
& Long Live those crazzzy 70's flicks.

Sara said...

HalloweenNut,

my brother really dug that film too. He got his hands on it before Disney decided they wanted to make sure it was never released. Can you still purchase it?

Duno if it's true or not (maybe they paid off employees so they could film)but still a cool concept.

HalloweeNut said...

Sara, yeah, it's on DVD. I just rented it from Family Video.

Sara said...

I just read after I posted that Disney is just ignoring. Haven't seen it yet. Does the trailer do the film justice? I hope not. LOL.