As the show comes to a close, a sudden zombie uprising occurs, sending the night into complete mayhem. A majority of the cinematography albeit simple, looks nice. On display are a series of still shots and solid Steadicam work, everything framed squarely.
Interesting subject line?! Well, you should of been there for it. For me, I wasn't part of it and the front desk staff did an excellent job making their regular guess aware of the party.
After selling their company, they decided to leave their professions for something alternative which was more their passion. Fetish Factory opened its doors in as a small boutique catering strictly to the fetish market. Over time they expanded their inventory to better meet the needs of their growing audience.
Staci Layne Wilson fills you in on how she cooked up the fabulous Fetish Factory right here at home in Hollywood. Add the writer, director, producers and financiers, then blend until smooth. Pour into Amazon Prime and enjoy.
But outside of her many accomplishments applying her passions to a profession, the coolest secret handshake in respect to Lady Wilson is that she is the daughter of surf rock superhero Don Wilson, co-founder of the legendary band The Ventures. Why does that matter? Because every artist is a product of the world they are reared in.
Remember Me. I was very much in the mindset of seeing art through a specific prism of gender politics and sexism, which may have colored my reading of the movie. This is a movie with gender politics very much on its mind.
Staci Layne Wilson Lony Ruhmann. Blancbiehn Productions Javelina 98 Productions. A bit late on this one as it, like another movie I reviewed for From The Depths was not on Letterboxd to review. I'm getting good at picking movies no one has seen.
Staci Layne Wilson, the writer and director of Fetish Factory —a new zom-com now on Amazon Prime—and Carrie Keagan, star of the film, have known each other for years, having first met in when they were both entertainment reporters and movie reviewers. They both continue to cover the film biz as journalists, but now they prefer to be part of the action and spend more of their time on the creative side. Womp, womp. So, since I added some characters with very mild fetishes, and I adore alliteration, Fetish Factory seemed like the perfect title.