The world will end in thirty-one days, and only Jack the Ripper can save it.
No, really. Jack and his loyal dog Snuff are the last guards against the Elder Gods’ incursion into our world. They have a month to prepare against attempts to open the way for the eldritch monsters, as well as keep control of the various Things they guard in their home.
A couple of friends head out to their cabin in the woods to make repairs on their vacation home-to-be, only to run into some paranoid college kids who seem bent on their destruction.
When Chris Rock’s little girl runs to him crying, “Daddy, why don’t I have good hair?” he tries to find out what’s wrong with this question. He travels to India; witnessing people with straight hair shave it in a religious ceremony, unaware that people across the world without straight hair will adorn their heads with it. The sacrificed hair is washed and pi
This enjoyable Czech comedy concerns an aging man named Fanda, retired from the theater, and his sidekick, who refuse to become emeritus vegetables, living corpses. To stay involved in the world they cook up harebrained schemes that dig them deeper into trouble. By contrast, Fanda’s wife nourishes a petty bourgeois death cult, devoting their pension to saving for a respectable funeral and burial plot.