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Dreams with Sharp Teeth (2008)

A documentary on speculative fiction writer and essayist Harlan Ellison.

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  • Genre: Biography | Documentary
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  • Size: 885.89M
  • Resolution: 1280*704 / 29.97 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 0
  • IMDB Rating: 7.8/10 
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The Synopsis for Dreams with Sharp Teeth (2008) 720p

A documentary on speculative fiction writer and essayist Harlan Ellison.


The Director and Players for Dreams with Sharp Teeth (2008) 720p

[Director]Erik Nelson
[Role:]Edie Adams
[Role:]Neil Gaiman
[Role:]Robin Williams
[Role:]Harlan Ellison


The Reviews for Dreams with Sharp Teeth (2008) 720p


The Man, The Myth, The Misanthrope...Reviewed bycchaseVote: 8/10

If you are, or ever have been, an avid reader of fiction, especially the SF/Fantasy genre, you can probably recall at least one author whose work was so vivid, potent and visceral, it changed the way you looked at everything - not just reading, or writing, but your entire world view - for the rest of your life. I recall that very moment well: I wasn't even into my teens yet, when I picked up a copy of DEATHBIRD STORIES and read "The Whimper Of Whipped Dogs." Whatever sense of true naiveté I had gasped its last breath that day, when I read the last page of that story.

Not necessarily a bad thing, either. So when I heard about this documentary all these years later, I had to know if the man responsible for that story and that book, was every bit as cynical, angry, vitriolic, nihilistic and insanely brilliant as the reputation that preceded him. I can now verify: he is that and so, so much more.

Perhaps it's most telling that at the opening of DREAMS WITH SHARP TEETH, we are introduced to Harlan through the eyes, perception and quicksilver wit of one of the author's closest, long-time friends: Robin Williams. Harlan is at his calmest (if the word can be applied to him) and most amiable when he is in the company of like-minded, intelligent and especially famous people, many of whom chime in here to help tell his story: Neil Gaiman, Ron Moore, Dan Simmons and his own fifth wife, Susan among them (and she gets not nearly enough screen time, more's the pity.)

Through rare home movie footage, recited excerpts of his work, various rants, tirades, anecdotes and reveries, we get a sense of who the man is apart from the author, and it's certainly a complex, perplexing, funny and often times very sad picture. For long-time fans, it will be a validation of everything you've heard over these many years since he began writing pulp paperbacks under a pseudonym barely out of his teens.

If you're not a fan or haven't read a single thing by him, I would suggest you pick up an anthology like DANGEROUS VISIONS or even just a story or two if possible. That way, he'll look a lot less like just one more short, angry old man screaming "YOU KIDS GET THE F*** OFF MY LAWN!!!"

We Should All Aspire to ThisReviewed byHitchcocVote: 9/10

There was a time in my life when I read so much science fiction. I approached it from a childish perspective. But I got to ingest some of the most creative writing I've had the joy to encounter. I knew from age 18, Harlan Ellison was the bad boy, the one knocking on the door of the inappropriate. He was often hard to read, but it was a kick in the pants to get through his works (sometimes after a second reading). This wonderful documentary gives us the man from every angle, and as acerbic as he is, I couldn't take my eyes off him. He sees the real world and confronts it. He points out that life is one battle after another. Rage against it. Don't listen to doubters and whiners. I don't read much science fiction any more because my meager knowledge of science makes it beyond my abilities. So be it. But Ellison gave me a gift a long time ago and it was nice to be reminded of that gift one more time.

Interesting, informative.. also funny!Reviewed bypatrickjcareyiiiVote: 10/10

I've only read a couple of Ellison's stories ("'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman", and "I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream", maybe one or two more that I don't remember). I wasn't interested in this documentary because I'm a fan. I have a family connection to an editor of sci-fi work from the period where Ellison was living in and publishing out of New York, and I was curious about whether that connection was mentioned at all. That is the sole, presumptuous, and completely narcissistic reason I watched this film.

It was, regardless of the lack of mention of my niece's grandfather, thoroughly entertaining and informative. Ellison has a knack for storytelling even when he's not telling stories. It's worth watching... for those two or three people wondering whether to watch it or not.

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