Deathigner – Death Training School

A warm story about a little grim reaper who is lucky for who his is.

“A lot of mothers will do anything for their children, except let them be themselves.”
― Banksy, Wall and Piece

This short film made by Taiwanese animation arts major students in National Taiwan University of Arts , Department of Multimedia and Animation Arts. No need any line, smooth frame work successfully composed this touching story about this little death.

【Production team】
費子軒Tzu-Hsuan Fei
陳寬恬Kuan-Tien Chen
張可靚 ke-Ching Chang
徐雅竹Ya-Chu Hsu
傅麗穎 Li-Ying Fu


Directed by Robert Stromberg. The well-known fairy tale “Sleeping Beauty” is going to be released in theaters in 2014.

“Maleficent” told from the different perspective of the villainous Maleficent who are also be familiar with the evil witch from the Disney film “Sleeping Beauty” in 1959. “Maleficent” tells the story of the cold villain Maleficent and describes the events that led up to her cursing baby Princess Aurora.


Starring Angelina Jolie in the title role and Elle Fanning as Princess Aurora. Other cast members include Sharlto Copley, Juno Temple, Sam Riley, and Imelda Staunton.


In the interview of Maleficent, Jolie said that this version is going to show a different side of Maleficent. She talked about her character: “Just because she protects herself and is aggressive, it doesn’t mean she can’t have other warmer qualities. Maleficent is actually a great person. But she’s not perfect. She’s FAR from perfect.”


▼ 4-year-old Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, makes her on-screen debut as young Princess Aurora. So adorable isn’t it?


▼ Elle Fanning as Princess Aurora


▼ Susan Sarandon plays Maleficent in “Enchanted” in 2007.




Girl Most Likely

Bitch magazine’s Theresa Basile recently decided that this movie treated “faked suicide as a mere sitcom quirk” and how this is a “problem” but failed to give any explanation why, instead asking, “I don’t think I need to explain why, do I? Good.”

Well, yes, you do.

Let me be clear: you don’t need to explain it to people who agree with you, but rather for the people who don’t. That seems to be the general problem these days with leftist online rags, and I am sorry to say that this particular blog post to Bitch Mag falls into this category of knee-jerk, a very common modern reaction to anything non-PC or otherwise non-compliant to modern leftist standards and ideals. I might even go so far as to say that it’s useless anger taken out on an otherwise decent indie movie, maybe as a scapegoat to push a common recent social agenda of supporting “suicide survivors” as people in need of our help and support. I might add that I view it as a very noble cause….and because of that it seems a terrible way to push it would be to get angry with people who take suicide too lightly. There is a time and a place to get involved in the cause. Is an indie movie really going to be your instrument?

At the core, it’s just a movie. The writer, after all, is trying to be creative. By taking issue with something that actually *CAN* be trivialized due to the fact that many, MANY people attempt suicide to get attention, a movie critic opens themselves to the susceptibility of movie review trolling. And that is not to say that there aren’t real suicide attempts being had, because I know first-hand that there are, I’m just saying that maybe this character is making fun of the people in the real world who take suicide so lightly that they use it as a way to get something.

Also, suicide is not funny. But joking about dark things has always been a way of coping, sometimes even radically so. This realization may give you the skin to withstand treating such a dark subject as hoax, maybe just for one movie.