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Ghostly delusions, spooked teens, and the paranormal haunt the viewer's mind in this psychological horror featuring a psychic detective who finds a flash drive containing filmed evidence of the demonic entity involved.
The first inhabitable moon colony is man's last chance for survival. The last rocket leaves tomorrow. Forty billion want a seat, only room for 24. You have 60 seconds to explain why you should become one of the lucky moonbound24.
In a reality where human contact has become devalued, Andrea finds herself caught in a never-ending cycle of helping others reawaken long-forgotten feelings for each other, wondering if it's too late to make a difference.
Mary Lynne Gibbs
Five carnival workers are kidnapped and held hostage in an abandoned, Hell-like compound where they are forced to participate in a violent game, the goal of which is to survive twelve hours against a gang of sadistic clowns.
Sheri Moon Zombie,
When Christian, an LA trust-fund kid with casual ties to Hollywood, learns of a secret affair between Tara and the lead of his film project, Ryan, he spirals out of control, and his cruel mind games escalate into an act of bloody violence.
Nolan Gerard Funk
Despair, torment and darkness are multiple pathways to self-destruction. The Man, an angry individual with his life hanging in the balance, seeks guidance and embarks on a spiritual journey that will either alter or destroy his existence.
Michael G. Petersen
Michael G. Petersen,
Paul and Kate are a young, recently married couple that has just moved into a new home, but their happiness is overshadowed by an illness that has Kate bedridden. While Paul takes care of Kate, their new neighbor Arielle shows up to drop off a housewarming gift for the couple: an intricately crafted candle. Does a seemingly innocent gift from a stranger contain an answer to the couple's problems, or will it cause them more harm than good? Written by
Five Clover Films
This is a pretty good short film about a poor bedraggled man whose wife is not only very ill, but she's a horrible person during this time. Instead of being one of those noble sick people you see in films, she was a nasty woman who was as much fun to be around as a badger with a migraine! I had cancer years ago and I was NOTHING like this "ball of fun".
A short time after this couple move into a new home, a weird lady who lives nearby visits with a housewarming gift. But, as the wife feels very sorry for herself and makes the hubby very tense, the husband quickly shoos off this bizarre neighbor. Later, oddly, the wife begins to feel better and a note on the gift said that it had magical curative powers. The wife, though better, is still a nasty lady and fortunately the film ends on a very positive note--at least as I was concerned.
Overall, an interesting story, though I think some of the characters were a bit too much--as perhaps subtlety might have improved them. The wife was so unlikable, had I been married to her I would have had to kill her. As for the neighbor, she was a bit too kooky. If these were improved a bit, the film would be better. However, as this is a project by inexperienced film makers, I have to applaud them for the effort--the story certainly gets kudos for being uniquely original.
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