Postcards from the Future: The Chuck Palahniuk Documentary
With two new books and two controversial tour, fans can easily say that 2003 proved to be a landmark year for the best selling author Chuck Palahniuk. But what many people don't know, is that it all began several months earlier at a four day conference in Edinboro, Pennsylvania. This is that story...
- Stars:Cori Armes, Alisa Behr, Carla J. Behr, Nikki Behr, Dallas Bowyer, Chad Colwell, Kent Del Castillo, James Dolph, Meghan Howard, Christopher Hvizdak, Matt Hyland, Janet Kinch, John C. Lyons, Bryan Manning, Clark Matthews,
- Director:Joshua Chaplinsky, Kevin Kolsch, Dennis Widmyer,
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Postcards from the Future: The Chuck Palahniuk Documentary torrent reviews
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(mx) wrote: Funny light entertainment for a weeknight. Actually, it's kinda hilarious...
(jp) wrote: not bad holds up decently
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