After she becomes stranded in a small town, a young woman discovers her arrival there was foretold a century earlier by the town's founding preacher and that she is an integral part of his impending - and terrifying - rebirth.
Claire Parker is going to die. At the hands of a sadistic and depraved killer, she will endure a terrifying, unimaginable brutal death--and it will all happen again. After being beaten, ... See full summary »
Lauren Currie Lewis,
A young man, working as a bodyguard for a wealthy but ruthless millionaire industrialist, becomes embroiled in the lives of the people associated with the business involving unscrupulous research in biological viruses.
When a young Hasidic Jewish man turns to a girl from the outside world to expose a crime being committed within his community his family and world are turned upside down and he comes to question all that he has believed in.
On the night Samuel North is to reunite with the girl he loves: Hanna Thompson, he is mysteriously murdered and sent to Hell. Inside "the Pit", two other damned souls on the run help Samuel escape back to the world of the living. Now there's Hell to pay: the Netherworld has sent three invincible bounty hunters called REAPERS to hunt down and retrieve each of the escaped men. Setting out to uncover the mystery of his death and Hanna's disappearance, Samuel finds unlikely allies in his gun-toting fellow escapees Mally and Oz -- who hope that by helping Samuel find Hanna, they can redeem themselves and be free of the Pit forever. Written by
After the opening few minutes I was really getting the feeling that I'd made a mistake to watch this - the low budget was very obvious. But then it got going and I was slowly drawn in to the film until I no longer noticed the low budget. Maybe the quality got better as the film progressed, or maybe it just became so involving that it didn't matter, but by the end of the film I was thinking "this is a damn good film!".
The low budget is obvious in the makeup, some of the characters are really too clichéd and there are continuity goofs, but the overall package is a very good film. Certainly comparing it to a big budget movie, it stands up very well just on the strength of the story and the acting alone.
That the director made this on a $15,000 is truly staggering. Hollywood could learn some lessons from this guy in an age of multimillion dollar flops
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