An attractive cop is assigned the task of tracing millions of dollars of stolen church funds. The thief, is locked up in prison, and the plan is to break him out, and follow him to the ... See full summary »
John Wesley Shipp
The Devil's Dozen is a supernatural horror/thriller where twelve strangers find themselves in a life or death game where sins are judged and every choice a testament to their character. The... See full summary »
An assassination in the Philippines is caught on film by kickboxer Christy, which leads to her death at the hands of radicals intent on disrupting peace talks. Her sister Kat, a Los Angeles... See full summary »
Cirio H. Santiago
After a nuclear attack in Tokyo, the female population is attacked by infected males who have become sex-crazed zombies, hungry for human flesh. Officeworker Momoko and nurse Nozomi seek ... See full summary »
A team of corrupt L.A. cops who thrive on brutality and extortion is being murdered one by one. Two young cops, Egan and McAllister, are put on the case. As the body count rises, evidence points to Egan as the suspect.
C. Thomas Howell,
I young man (the 'Kid') returns to the small town where his parents were murdered when he was a boy. He's there for revenge. Locals Kate and Louie befriend him, much to the annoyance of ... See full summary »
John Mark Robinson
C. Thomas Howell,
Brian Austin Green
Not too bad. Some great performances. (MINOR spoiler)
Caught this movie at a film festival in Los Angeles. Fairly standard story about revenge. A man wants to kill another man's daughter because that other man killed his girlfriend accidentally. Some minor plot holes and a few things just didn't make sense. But I did like the "feel" of the film. But what I really liked, a lot, were some of the performances. Surprisingly excellent acting for an indie/low budget movie. In fact, it was just some REALLY excellent acting period, even if it were a big budget A list film. Wonder how that got so many good actors together quite frankly. Very very good. There was not a weak performance in the bunch. The characters Chas, Sully, Toni and Pickle were particularly wonderful and memorable. Not taking away from any other actor in the film, it's just that those performances were very top notch with some fantastic moments. Definitely worth watching, even more than once, just to catch these performances. Ya never know I suppose. Anyway, all in all, I enjoyed it.
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