Category Archives: relaxing

The Tribe Of Misfits

What happened to the Tribe? – Casey is a teenager with telekinesis who starts a social movement with his friends. After an encounter with a criminal gang the teens disappear. Only a blood stained house and a video journey were left behind. Misfits is an entertaining look at the desire to change the world. Similar to “Cloverfield,” Project X,” and others, we tell our story through the eyes of the camera

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The Tribe Of Misfits was originally published on Divine Aim

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Aliens and Agenda 21

We are living in a prison called Earth, controlled and orchestrated by a ruling elite under a plan to extinguish human life for profit. By the year 2030 the human population could be reduced to only 500 million. We can fight back if we unite before it’s too late!

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Aliens and Agenda 21 was originally published on Divine Aim

Gray’s Anatomy

One of the great raconteurs of stage and screen, Spalding Gray, came together with one of cinema’s boldest image-makers, Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh, for Gray’s Anatomy, a spellbinding adaptation of Gray’s 1993 monologue of the same name (cowritten with Renée Shafransky). In it, Gray, with typical sardonic relish, chronicles his arduous journey through the diagnosis and treatment of a rare and alarming ocular condition. For the monologist, this experience occasioned a meditation on illness and mortality, medicine and metaphysics; for the filmmaker, it was a chance to experiment with ways of bringing his subject’s words to brilliant, eye-opening life.

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Gray’s Anatomy was originally published on Divine Aim

Kasethan Kadavulada

True to the title ‘Money is God’, film revolves around money. Muthuraman is ‘Venniradai’ Moorthy’s son. Manorama is Moorthy’s second wife. Manorama dominates and she is so stingy in spending for her family. Srikanth is Muthuraman’s cousin. Whole family toils hard even to obtain a single penny from Manorama. Lakshmi joins in as Manorama’s secretary. Things become worse. Muthuraman and Srikanth with their friend ‘Thengai’ Srinivasan chalk out a plan to steal money from Manorama but money is stored in a secret location. Rest of the narration is about how they steal the money and its aftermath.

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Kasethan Kadavulada was originally published on Divine Aim

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Avalanche

Set in the not-too-distant future, a Gizmonic Institute employee is lured to the dark side of the moon by third-generation mad scientist Kinga Forrester and her flunky, Max. He is sat in front of cheesy movies with his robot buddies and forced to tortuously watch bad movies in their entirety as these mad scientists study the effects on his mind. While Jonah and crew dig into a schlocky ski-resort disaster flick starring Rock Hudson and Mia Farrow, Kinga Forrester connects with her long-distance lover.

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Mystery Science Theater 3000: Avalanche was originally published on Divine Aim

Warlock III: The End of Innocence

Over 300 years ago, a demonic Warlock tried unsuccessfully to sacrifice the offspring of a witch in an attempt to create his eternal bride of darkness. But his plan failed and he was banished, until now…Determined to learn more about the family she never knew,Kris Miller (Ashley Laurence) and her college friends decide to spend the weekend in the abandoned 16th century mansion that was left to Kris as part of her inheritance. Their weekend getaway is interrupted by a mysterious stranger (Bruce Payne) with an evil agenda. Slowly, he begins to prey upon each of Kris’ friends, manipulating their vulnerabilities and weaknesses with horrific torture. Yet his true unfinished business lies with Kris. Trapped in a living hell, Kris must escape the warlock or become the ultimate sacrifice for the satanic race.

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Warlock III: The End of Innocence was originally published on Divine Aim

OSHO: Life Is a Mystery to Be Lived

In these OSHO Talks, the human mind is put under the microscope as never before, analyzed down to the smallest detail. —

Here Osho responds to the following questions:

– Is it important to have some kind of attitude towards life?

– In the past all famous artists have been well-known for their bohemian side of life. Please can you say something about creativity and discipline?

– I have discovered that I am just bored with myself and I feel no juice. You have said to accept ourselves, whatever we are. I am not able to accept life — knowing that I am missing something of joy inside. What to do?

– Can a madman become a Buddha?

– I want to get lost utterly and ultimately into absolute love. What should I do?

“The best way to miss life is to have a certain attitude towards it. Attitudes originate in the mind, and life is beyond mind. Attitudes are our fabrications, our prejudices, our inventions. Life “is not our fabrication; on the contrary, we are just ripples in the lake of life.”

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OSHO: Life Is a Mystery to Be Lived was originally published on Divine Aim