Bellflower

2011

Ah, the apocalypse. What was merely promised in the 1980s came close to reality for a generation in 2008. In fact, the end of the world started to look like the best option by 2011. That’s why it makes sense that two 20-something guys would stock pile weapons, build flamethrowers and plan for their post-apocalyptic gang (Mother Medusa) in the newly minted cult classic Bellflower.

The film, Evan Glodell’s feature debut, is actually a love story, a bromance, and a revenge film wrapped into one stunning package. And Bellflower’s striking visual style, shoot on a Glodell’s one-of-a-kind camera by cinematographer Joel Hodge, sets the tone in a movie that builds on the explosive, apocalyptic reality of its characters’ lives.

Past Recommended Showtimes

Music Box Theatre
December 10, 2011
Music Box Theatre
December 9, 2011
Music Box Theatre
December 3, 2011
Music Box Theatre
December 2, 2011