This Music Documentary captures the birth and evolution of The RockTronix. Follow this original band through rehearsals, pre-production and three days in the studio as they record their ... See full summary »
Barbara (Gemma Atkinson) is visiting the cemetery with brother Johnny to visit their father's grave, when an unexpected traumatic event forces her to run to the safety of a nearby farmhouse... See full summary »
When Shane (Mike Hatton) inherits a gentleman's club from his estranged uncle, he leaves his Midwestern home for Los Angeles. Run by a booze hound (Dave Foley) and employing a dozen out of ... See full summary »
See what makes Skid Row tick, a tell all, never before seen, raw documentary about the harsh reality of the street life in Los Scandalous - Skid Row. The homeless capital of The United ... See full summary »
Kyle Peoples never wanted to be the man he has become in his 30s, an accountant stuck in a dead end job, with a lover who is more successful than he and a family that doesn't get him at all... See full summary »
Bret Fitzpatrick (Joe Ciminera), a wealthy real estate investor located in New York, is caught between reality and the supernatural. There he crosses paths with people who are in a ... See full summary »
Michael Edwards Jr.
In a small town circa 1860 small pox takes the life of a little boy. He enters a world that will get him prepped and re-incarnated for his next life. The library is a second chance, a place... See full summary »
It was great to see Lawrence Adisa doing his thing. Very proud of what he is doing and trying to bring to black independent film. Please support him and his efforts. I named my daughter after Mekhi Phifer, so it's always great to see him in a movie or TV show. Brian Hooks is always funny. I could definitely relate to the story line struggling professional trying to make it.The movie had me watching and not wanting to shut it off. Kept me watching till the end. Looking forward to see what new things come from Lawrence Adisa. I wish him the best in his career. I will support any project he is promoting. It's good to see someone you grew up with in print, movie or commercial. Feels good to tell my children I know him or her.
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