Sometimes it seems like our world is spiraling out of control. Schools and theaters are getting shot up, public places are being bombed in the name of religion and teenagers are getting gang raped by their peers before pictures of the atrocity are passed around on facebook faster than a joint at a DMB concert. Yes, you could argue that ancient Rome was worse, but I didn’t live then/there nor would I want to. These are strange times we live in and modern technology connects all of us weirdos together, for better or worse, in ways the world has never seen before. This is what makes Indomina Releasing’s “Wasted on the Young” (available now on DVD) so interesting. All the perversions found in today’s headlines are explored in a film made three years ago and half a world away… and it really hits home. Read more
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The “LUV” contest is now closed. Congratulations to the winners of our DVD giveaway!
Click “Read More” below to see if you were one of the lucky few! Read more
Cinema Judgement Day has “LUV” to give… 3 DVDs worth to be exact. You won’t be able to rent this star-packed indie from Redbox until 4/9, so why not get a free disc courtesy of CJD and Indomina Releasing? All you have to do is send us an email with “LUV” as the subject and your name and address in the body. Simple. The contest is open to US residents only and will run until 12:00 PDT, Tuesday 4/9/13. Only one entry per person. Good luck!
The question is as old as time itself: What is love? Some may respond, “It’s the link between a parent and a child. Others may say , “It’s the bond shared with a spouse.” Internet memes will answer, “Baby don’t hurt me. Don’t hurt me, no more.”
All joking aside, there are many different kinds of love – but in the case of Sheldon Candis’s film “LUV”, we look at a mentorship; a young boy being brought into adulthood by an uncle. Nominated for the Grand Jury prize at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, “LUV” debuts today on DVD. But the real question to be asked: Will you be giving it any love? Read more