Friday, November 2, 2012

Once You Go Indie, You Never Go Back: The Muse

"The Muse" is out now on DVD, download and streaming and can be found here at Twistflix that supports indie films.

The Muse is the award winning film about one hit wonder musician Addison Taylor and his battle with writers block and a strange inspirational force at a secluded lakehouse. Three years removed from the fame and fortune of his hit “Like a Pornstar,” Taylor’s manager suggests some time away at a recently purchased lakehouse and what transpires next is both inspiring and terrifying. Called “beautifully tragic” by Horror Hound Magazine and “an eloquent thriller” by Bleeding Dead reviews, The Muse was awarded Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor at the Indie Gathering Film Festival as well as a Special Recognition Award at the Boston International Film Festival. With creepy chills, beautiful cinematography and amazing original music, The Muse is guaranteed to stay with you long after the final frame.

Y'all know that I am a HUGE supporter of all things independent, whether it's writing, art, music, or other forms of self expression and industry. I am thrilled not only to find this stylish and exciting movie, but also to find Twistflix that supports all these great films. If you, like most of the population, have gotten away from the canned music being put out by record companies and look for the obscure indie music to hit the spot, start doing it with movies too. Support independent filmmaking and independent authors. It's our only future in the arts -- to be free of commercially-driven "pimps" at the record companies, film companies, and publishing companies that want to gives us pretty and empty artists and idols.

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