The night before his wedding, Paul celebrates the last hours as a bachelor with childhood friend Jeremy as they drink and play "Quarters". However, as both men raise the stakes, so do the ... See full summary »
Two brothers on different life paths, a gay waiter with a crush on an eligible bachelor and a drug addict in a twisted dependent relationships with his girlfriend, reunite to mourn the death of their mother.
Emily and her friend Angelica go to a rave in the woods, and when they arrive, they meet a stranger called Swan that promises some Exstasy for the girls. They follow him to a cabin into the... See full summary »
Kelly K.C. Quann
The premise is fascinating, and if the director/producer/writer had spent five more dollars he might have half-way decent sound and barely acceptable actors. As it is, the actors are absurdly amateurish and the sound is so horrible half the dialogue is lost completely. I've seen high school films with better talent and production values. The lighting is practically non-existent. Though the story and premise had some very interesting angles that should have been explored, this film never goes beyond agonizingly simplistic and boring. The actors almost seem retarded. And the deceptive cover of the DVD shows actors and scenes that never appear in the movie. Let's hope this man never produces another film, ever.
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