Jay is sent to prison for attempted murder. Once released, he gets involved in a controversial business and struggles with making money and what's right. When tragedy strikes, he finds himself faced with having to make another tough decision.
So Dark is the follow up short film to So Pretty and continues the story of Sean, a 200 year old vampire with a conscience, who hunts and kills only those that deserve to die. So Dark picks... See full summary »
After waking to find their ankles rigged with proximity triggered bombs, two men find themselves bound together while being forced to play a twisted game of survival as they are hunted by their captors.
Tortured by guilt, Taylor seeks to hide his sin in hopes that it will become another dirty little secret... However, as he begins to see menacing visions and the line between reality and paranoia becomes blurred, his plans quickly unravel.
When Harley Sage decides she wants something more than the life of a farm girl, she lands a dance scholarship at Olympia University, but new surroundings pose fresh problems for an extraordinary girl who can control the wind.
Chris Grant Wenchell,
Four friends decide to spend their Spring Break at a ski resort. But, on their way back, they decide to take a short-cut. Off the road and now buried under over a ton of snow, they begin to realize they don't really know each other.
A ruthless criminal brings on Scott and two other thieves to work a heist. The team is successful in pulling the job but afterward, some of the money is found missing. The deception begins ... See full summary »
Inspired By True Events - Jay Trotta (Nick Thurston) spends three years in prison for shooting his drug dealer, but uses his time to get sober. Once released, he works hard and finally gets part ownership in a new Hookah Bar. Jay seizes a "new" business opportunity, making and marketing "incense" that is actually a powerful marijuana-like drug. Jay sidesteps the law by marketing he product 'not for human consumption'. Making money hand over fist, Jay brings his oldest friend, Marty, into the business but keeps his girlfriend, April, in the dark, knowing she would not approve. Jay is torn between his conscience and his pocketbook, but when tragedy finally strikes, he must face the moral ramifications of his 'legal' business and make some hard choices about the future. Written by
Magic Flame Productions