The Queen of Hollywood Blvd.
Directed by Orson Oblowitz
On her 60th birthday, Queen Mary (Rosemary Hochschild) receives a visit from Duke (Roger Guenveur Smith), a gangster who shows up out of the past to take back her beloved, aging Hollywood nightclub, given to her 25 years ago. But Duke is not a guy to be messed with, and to ensure Mary lives up to her side of the bargain, he kidnaps her son Otto. With the help of a teenage runaway named Grace (Ana Mulvoy-Ten) and an old friend Chet (Michael Parks), Mary must navigate seedy Hollywood to save her son, her life, and her club.
On her 60th birthday, the proud owner of a Los Angeles strip club finds herself in hot water over a twenty-five year old debt to the mob.
Cast: Rosemary Hochschild, Ana Mulvoy Ten, Michael Parks, Roger Guenveur Smith, Jon Lindstrom
Meh, it's not a horror film. It's a crime drama that's barely thrilling but very slow at the start, then drags itself to it's finish. This is a film that is better encountered in a art house. The soundtrack, personally was intriguing , more-so than the film itself. If you cared about the characters it's sad, but if you don't? Well, you won't care.
nothing supernatural just everydayness
Fantastic movie it's the hidden reality the daily 9 to 5pm employee does not have time to come to terms with i also think in a way it depict's the struggles life can hold.