The History of Future Folk

The History of Future Folk

An alien intending to claim Earth for his people before their homeworld is destroyed by a comet decides not to eliminate humanity when he hears their music. Instead, he lives among them until another alien is sent to find and kill him.

The possibly exaggerated origin story of the real life alien bluegrass band, Future Folk, that has been playing for NYC audiences for the better part of a decade. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The History of Future Folk torrent reviews

Kevin L (gb) wrote: The movie is carried by Bill Murray's charisma and practical effects. The other characters just exist to act as foils to Murray. Still enjoyable with some memorable lines and moments.

Jason K (kr) wrote: Good indie horror, original concept and timeline= kudos

Carlos M (es) wrote: A dull, uninvolving and derivative biopic full of the clichs that Eastwood has by now become an expert on, and it doesn't give us any reason why this story deserves to be told or what makes those characters remotely interesting besides Frankie Valli's voice.

charles b (it) wrote: Rocks! A mature 'slice of life' film brimming with actors of the highest caliber. Shannon proves again he is Hollywood's best kept secret. Sigismondi directs this passion project with courage; not afraid to get down and dirty and make it feel real. Do you like. 'Lords of Dogtown' and 'Wonderland'? If so, this film will be right up your alley.

Rachel B (it) wrote: Townes is musical genius personified and this awesome doc gives a good over-view of his life and work. It shows his briliance but doesn't shy away from showing how destructive he was to himself and those around him. A must see!!

Iy N (au) wrote: very surreal. is this a very dark comedy? a very funny scary movie? i'm not sure, but i like it.

David J (jp) wrote: With striking visuals and tense action, Windtalkers unfortunately glosses over the Navajo Codetalkers in favor of a more universally relatable character and story.

Peter P (au) wrote: Well put together firefighter thriller, with a good performance from Kurt Russell, and DeNiro being DeNiro, plus how great is Donald Sutherland being creepy.

Sten W (nl) wrote: I couldn't finish it in one sitting. Showing this to someone who is shrooming could be considered a form of torture. It isn't exactly entertaining, but it is fascinating. God disembowels himself, dies, and shits all over himself and then his creation jerks off his wiener and puts the his wiener juice into her cha cha. This is the first 10 minutes of the film and it is a "re-imagining" of Genesis/the virgin birth. I don't know if I would recommend watching this but I think that a world with Begotten is would be more fun than a world without it so I guess this is a positive review. 4 stars.

Pamela D (jp) wrote: Ha, I wrote a short sci-fi story about a kid finding a an alien ray gun called, "So Nice.' Actually, it was more about what happened when his mom in turn found it hidden in his closet. Now I have to see this. Oh if only I had found a laser gun when I was 12. High school would have been so different.

Alex V (au) wrote: Moderately above average. Wish the German parts were subtitled so I felt a bit more part of the film.

Caroline R (mx) wrote: Great western! I watched it on someone else's recommendation. Very good choice. The only thing that would have made it better is if they had used the original cast from Lonesome Dove (Tommy L. Jones, Diane Lane, etc.).

Cherry W (nl) wrote: This documentary makes me fall asleep easily...