Emily and Nate Weaver leave the city for the rural comfort of Nate's ancestral home in the country. Once there, Emily is plagued by horrifying visions and haunted by the ghosts inhabiting their isolated new home.
In the mid-nineteenth century, three sisters astonished the world with their ability to talk to the dead. But what began as a clever prank to gain fortune and fame, soon spiraled beyond ... See full summary »
Based on a true story of the American Civil War, culminating at the Battle of New Market, May 1864. A group of teenage cadets sheltered from war at the Virginia Military Institute must ... See full summary »
Restaurant serves up bad service with a side of attitude. Gale Harold plays a sexy, badass waiter to Ria Bellafiore, Josh Meyers, and Tara Copeland. Chef Ludo makes a special cameo ... See full summary »
Mari Celeste is a uniquely warped twist on the classical coming of age tale. A Surreal, darkly comic film about two girls searching for a friendship mired in the past and escape from the ... See full summary »
When Scott takes Trisha on a drive, she is skeptical when he pulls up at an old abandoned farmhouse. He has heard rumors of a cool hangout and his curiosity gets the best of him when he ... See full summary »
Sorry I am so late posting, but I have been very busy. However, I was extremely thankful for the person who posted the article about the Birmingham Moving Sidewalk Festival. Sept. 24th, I was able to go to Birmingham, Alabama (I only live 1 hour away), and had the honor of seeing The Unseen.!!!UNBELIEVABLE! I was so incredibly moved by this film. I probably would have been even if Gale Harold hadn't been in it, because it is a remarkable film. Next to QAF, it is the best work I have seen Gale Harold do so far! Awesome movie. Also had the pleasure of meeting Lisa France, the director, and Phillip Bloch, who was also incredible in the film as Sammy, the sheltered blind brother of Gale Harold's character! Both were very friendly, and Lisa France seemed in awe of the audiences reactions. She said, "Thank you for clapping and LAUGHING. You got it!" Even though this is a very serious themed film, there were some very humorous moments. The audience applauded I know for several minutes during the credits. It was really incredible. I was very touched by this movie. I think it made it more special to me because it was set the South, and I have been born and raised in Alabama. Lisa France and Phillip Bloch stayed for a Q&A after the film. It was very informative on the film. To anyone who has a chance to go to any of the other showings coming up of The Unseen, it is WELLLLLLLLL worth the effort to see it! You won't be disappointed!
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