Nastalia is too young to have experienced many things in life, but as an abused child she has already experienced the darkest side of it. Now a young teen she takes it upon herself to ... See full summary »
Harry Bromley Davenport
The Silent Thief is a psychological thriller that examines familial bonds, the human need to belong and the thin line between sanity and insanity. Brennan Marley is an outcast drifter who ... See full summary »
A drama-romance about love, loss and survival at the New Jersey Shore. When young Julie Peterson saves the life of a hapless drifter, she begins the quest to save him emotionally as well, and give him the ultimate gift of hope. Battling an emotionally flawed local Sheriff who wants Jerdon out of town, and a young admirer who is jealous of her relationship with the drifter, secrets are revealed, ... See full summary »
Brian Everett's younger brother Sam goes missing on the island of Tasmania during the middle of a mysterious quarantine forcing Brian to traverse across enemy lines to save his brother from an army of ghosts.
Billy is the self-designated leader of a group of teenagers living in a shelter. Jacob and Rae, Billy's oldest childhood friends, live there as well as part of "the family". Billy has an ... See full summary »
Patrick Alan Davis
Jason Trost never fails to deliver on tongue-in-cheek satires. Wet and Reckless has an absurdity level on par with The FP, spoofing reality television with a no-holds-barred attitude. Also much like The FP, the comedy is deadpan, raucous, coarse, graphic, and shocking (these are all compliments, mind you). However, the real difference between Trost's breakthrough film and Wet and Reckless is that there are a few true moments of vulnerability displayed by the characters; moments where the comedy almost fades away and you see some legitimate emotion from the actors that explain really why each character is such a mess. These moments are brief, but help to put this movie in a very exceptional category where the over-the-top concept almost seems like it could be plausible. Do not be fooled by these remarks though, because this movie is anything but serious. Trost and his crew waged unconventional film warfare from start to finish with a minimal set, an even smaller workforce, and by going as far as utilizing real and unsuspecting tourists in Thailand to execute some of the funnier moments in the movie. With a bigger budget, Trost could have easily landed this film in theaters nationwide with significant success. If you're a fan of his previous films, or if you just love movies that display crass social commentary, then this movie comes with the highest of recommendations.
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