Based on the true story of the murder of a girl's parents in Eustis, FL (USA), five teens in a vampire cult on the run are captured by police in New Orleans, LA and tell their tale of how they got there.
Timothy Lee DePriest
Set against the backdrop of crystal meth abuse, Most High is a painfully intimate examination of a young man in crisis. Drugs are incidental. Nonjudgmental yet brutally honest, Most High ... See full summary »
After a failed suicide attempt and the blessings of her mother, Anne decides to leave the luxuries of her penthouse apartment in New York to head South, and meet her father for the first ... See full summary »
Matthew Corbett Davis
Returning to the medical school where they were test subjects decades ago, a pair of outrageously twisted serial killers use shockingly brutal sex acts to start killing off a group of drugged-out med students.
After a stint in prison, Sonny returns to his home in East Texas, determined to repair his relationship with his son. Standing in his way is his brother, who has turned the home into a crumbling meth lab.
Katherine is a typical teenager. Today's her funeral. The four adults in her life have a lot on their mind - and it's not all about Katherine either. With a frankness that's strikingly disarming as well as frequently self-serving, the grown-ups struggle with being... well... grown-up.
Based on true events. On the edges of Las Vegas, 17-year-old Andrew's life is spiraling out of control. Unable to cope with the loss of his father, Andrew's descent into drugs and violence is gaining momentum, and the once promising young man is now headed for self-destruction. Andrew's mother, helpless to control her son and fighting an addiction of her own, refuses to watch idly as her only child destroys himself. As a last resort, she hires a private company to forcibly kidnap and confine him in a locked-down and corrupt psychiatric hospital. As Andrew is subjected to the secret physical and emotional abuses of the program, something inside him is re-awakened. He must somehow get free to save what's left of his life, but to do that, he knows he must first face his own demons head-on. Written by
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What the hell's "conspiracy to escape?"
Hey, watch it, mister! Huh? H-E double hockey sticks - that's a curse word. Now I want you to write 500 words on the deleterious effects of profanity.
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If not for CineVegas I would have never seen this excellent film which deserves a wide audience. It has been many months since I sat in the small theater, nearly empty, early afternoon to see a movie I never heard about, starring and directed by a kid no one ever heard of. They will now. Spielberg had his "Duel" -- and guess what -- Self Medicated is better. On just about every level. Production values, acting, script. This movie needs to be seen by the general public. It would be a crime if it didn't find a distributor. Three movies that were shown at the same festival garnered a lot of publicity and continue to have a shelf life -- Land of the Dead, Murder Ball (simply terrific!) and The Aristocrats (who cares?). Self Medicated is the best of the bunch. Bravo to all involved!
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