Trailer for director Florian Frerichs “ALEX” tries to resurrect one of Stanley Kubrick’s most iconic characters

You know that saying “this is so crazy, it just might work.”? Well, this is so crazy it just might work. Director Florian Frerichs has gone and done what most have dreamed about, but where too afraid to tackle. He’s taken the ultra-violent/rape obsessed Alex from the 1971 Stanley Kubrick film, A Clockwork Orange, andContinue reading “Trailer for director Florian Frerichs “ALEX” tries to resurrect one of Stanley Kubrick’s most iconic characters”

MITNG reviews The Girl Who Owned A City by O.T. Nelson

The Girl Who Owned A City written by O.T Nelson illustrated by Joelle Jones (FABLES)  and adapted by Dan Jolley (Twisted Journeys) was first published back in 1975 as a means for Nelson to fund a small house painting company he had. It soon became a huge hit, drawing comparisons to such books as TheContinue reading “MITNG reviews The Girl Who Owned A City by O.T. Nelson”