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Fearless Freaks

Fearless Freaks (2005)

Starring: The Flaming Lips,Beck,Wayne Coyne,Michael Ivins,Steven Drodz

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Fearless Freaks

Fearless Freaks (2005)

Starring: The Flaming Lips, Beck, Wayne Coyne

Freaks

Freaks (1932)

Starring: Harry Earles, Olga Baclanova, Wallace Ford

Blood Sucking Freaks (Bloodsucking Freaks)

Blood Sucking Freaks (Bloodsucking Freaks) (1978)

Starring: Seamus O'Brien,Niles McMaster,Viju Krim,Alan Dellay,Dan Fauci

Eight Legged Freaks

Eight Legged Freaks (2002)

Starring: David Arquette, Kari Wuhrer, Scott Terra

Bound By Flesh

Bound By Flesh (2014)

Starring: Violet Hilton, Daisy Hilton, Nancy Allen

American sideshows were in fairs, circuses and carnivals. There were acts such as glass blowers, musicians, and also the freaks. Most freaks just stood there while the audience wondered past. The Hilton Sisters however were trained to put on an engaging act. They sang, they danced and played a variety of musical instruments. They were "hugely popular." "Bound By Flesh" explores the American sideshow, its origins and its heyday when the Hilton Sisters were on display for huge "streams" of crowds pouring into the tent to get a glimpse of these "fetching" sisters. The film includes interviews with Ward Hall, known as the "King of the Sideshow." He is the last of the sideshow promoters in the style of a P.T. Barnum.(c) Sundance Selects

Blood Sucking Freaks (Bloodsucking Freaks)

Blood Sucking Freaks (Bloodsucking Freaks) (1978)

Starring: Niles McMaster,Helen Thompson,Alan Dellay,Rita Montone,Carol Henry

Bloodsucking Freaks

Bloodsucking Freaks (1978)

Starring: Niles McMaster, Helen Thompson, Alan Dellay

We Are The Freaks

We Are The Freaks (2013)

Starring: Jamie Blackley,Sid,Michael Smiley,Adam Gillen,Hera Hilmar

Anarchic anti-teen movie set against the backdrop of 90's late-Thatcherite England. Three messed-up misfit friends embark on the wildest, most debauched weekend of their young lives.

Amira & Sam

Amira & Sam (2015)

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Rousing, smart, and sweet, Amira & Sam is a confident feature debut from writer-director Sean Mullin, and follows Sam (Martin Starr, "Freaks & Geeks", "Silicon Valley"), an army veteran adapting back to civilian life after a lengthy tour overseas. Upon reuniting with his unit's former Iraqi translator in New York City, he meets Amira (newcomer Dina Shihabi), his war buddy's niece; suspicious of soldiers, she wants nothing to do with him. However, when Amira runs into immigration trouble, Sam offers to keep her safe at his apartment. After a rocky start, their unlikely friendship starts to blossom into something more. Meanwhile, Sam's cousin Charlie (Paul Wesley, Before I Disappear, "The Vampire Diaries") offers him a lucrative opportunity at his hedge fund, helping to secure wealthy veterans as new clients. However, all is not as it seems, and Amira and Sam soon find themselves faced with mounting obstacles in order to stay together. (C) Drafthouse

Stray Dog

Stray Dog (2014)

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Debra Granik could have gone in any number of directions after the success of Winter's Bone. For her follow-up, Stray Dog (winner of the Best Documentary at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival), Granik created a documentary portrait of Ron "Stray Dog" Hall (who played Thump Milton in the 2010 film), an aging biker and RV park manager from southern Missouri. When we are introduced to Hall and his friends, they appear to be the very image of "middle America" held by New Yorkers: hard-drinking (moonshine, no less), gun-toting, tattooed motorcycle freaks. Slowly, gradually, another image comes into view, of a man who has been permanently altered by his tours of duty in Vietnam, who has come to terms with himself and acquired a rare wisdom and patience in the process, and who is now dedicated to helping his friends, his loved ones, and his fellow vets. This is a moving film fabout community and the bonds that hold it together; in its surprising second half, when the children of Hall's Mexican wife arrive in Missouri, it is also a vivid snapshot of a changing America. (C) Sundance

Stray Dog

Stray Dog (2015)

Starring: Ronnie Hall, Alicia Soriano Hall, Felipe Angel Padilla Soriano

Debra Granik could have gone in any number of directions after the success of Winter's Bone. For her follow-up, Stray Dog (winner of the Best Documentary at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival), Granik created a documentary portrait of Ron "Stray Dog" Hall (who played Thump Milton in the 2010 film), an aging biker and RV park manager from southern Missouri. When we are introduced to Hall and his friends, they appear to be the very image of "middle America" held by New Yorkers: hard-drinking (moonshine, no less), gun-toting, tattooed motorcycle freaks. Slowly, gradually, another image comes into view, of a man who has been permanently altered by his tours of duty in Vietnam, who has come to terms with himself and acquired a rare wisdom and patience in the process, and who is now dedicated to helping his friends, his loved ones, and his fellow vets. This is a moving film fabout community and the bonds that hold it together; in its surprising second half, when the children of Hall's Mexican wife arrive in Missouri, it is also a vivid snapshot of a changing America. (C) Sundance

Super Duper Alice Cooper

Super Duper Alice Cooper (2014)

Starring: Alice Cooper,Dee Snider,Shep Gordon,Elton John,Dennis Dunaway

Super Duper Alice Cooper is the twisted tale of a teenage Dr Jekyll whose rock n roll Mr Hyde almost kills him. It is the story of Vincent Furnier, preacher's son, who struck fear into the hearts of parents as Alice Cooper, the ultimate rock star of the bizarre. From the advent of Alice as front man for a group of Phoenix freaks in the 60s to the hazy decadence of celebrity in the 70s to his triumphant comeback as 80s glam metal godfather, we will watch as Alice and Vincent battle for each others' souls. The is the first ever 'doc opera' - a dizzying blend of documentary archive footage, animation and rock opera that will cement forever the legend of Alice Cooper.

Suicide Girls Must Die

Suicide Girls Must Die (2010)

Starring: Amina,Bailey,Sawa Suicide,Bully,Fractal Suicide

What is it about watching other people shaking in terror that freaks us out and yet still engages our attention? Why are movies like The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity so successful with movie audiences? These are two horror films that blurred the lines of horror and reality.One film steps further - SuicideGirls Must Die!Here's the hook: Twelve sexy, edgy, beautiful women from the famed SuicideGirls website (SuicideGirls.com) shoot a pin-up calendar while staying at a remote cabin in Maine. One by one, the girls start disappearing, leaving the others scared and running for their lives. Seen through the eyes of both hidden and the girls' own cameras, this unscripted story captures the ladies - all non-actors and unaware their every move is being recorded - in the first reality horror movie of its kind. SuicideGirls Must Die! opens March 12 (but not in Los Angeles) from First Look Studios.I would welcome having you interview Missy Suicide, the founder of the SuicideGirls (www.suicidegirls.com was just named sexiest website by the LA Weekly). The SuicideGirls are dedicated to celebrating amazing, sexy women who fail to fit in society's mold. Fed up with the tired and predictable definition of beauty, they strive not to be like everyone else. What many people consider strange, weird or screwed up makes the SuicideGirls beautiful. With its creators based in Los Angeles, the SuicideGirls began in 2001 as a like-minded, non-traditional community, an online publication, and a collection of alternative pin-up photos. Combining the DIY attitude of underground culture with a vibrant, sex positive collective of women (and men), the company was founded on the belief that creativity, personality and intelligence are not incompatible with sexy, compelling entertainment, and millions of people agree. --© GS Entertainment

SuicideGirls Must Die

SuicideGirls Must Die (2010)

Starring: Amina,Bailey,Sawa Suicide,Bully,Fractal Suicide

What is it about watching other people shaking in terror that freaks us out and yet still engages our attention? Why are movies like The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity so successful with movie audiences? These are two horror films that blurred the lines of horror and reality.One film steps further - SuicideGirls Must Die!Here's the hook: Twelve sexy, edgy, beautiful women from the famed SuicideGirls website (SuicideGirls.com) shoot a pin-up calendar while staying at a remote cabin in Maine. One by one, the girls start disappearing, leaving the others scared and running for their lives. Seen through the eyes of both hidden and the girls' own cameras, this unscripted story captures the ladies - all non-actors and unaware their every move is being recorded - in the first reality horror movie of its kind. SuicideGirls Must Die! opens March 12 (but not in Los Angeles) from First Look Studios.I would welcome having you interview Missy Suicide, the founder of the SuicideGirls (www.suicidegirls.com was just named sexiest website by the LA Weekly). The SuicideGirls are dedicated to celebrating amazing, sexy women who fail to fit in society's mold. Fed up with the tired and predictable definition of beauty, they strive not to be like everyone else. What many people consider strange, weird or screwed up makes the SuicideGirls beautiful. With its creators based in Los Angeles, the SuicideGirls began in 2001 as a like-minded, non-traditional community, an online publication, and a collection of alternative pin-up photos. Combining the DIY attitude of underground culture with a vibrant, sex positive collective of women (and men), the company was founded on the belief that creativity, personality and intelligence are not incompatible with sexy, compelling entertainment, and millions of people agree. --© GS Entertainment

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