Nasty Piece of Work is a neo-noir thriller set in the fetish underworld of Los Angeles. The story is told from the point of view of three characters: a lifestyle dominatrix, a Buddhist stripper/saint, and a conflicted private investigator.
Raffaela Perra O'Neill
EeBee the Evil Bong is back. And she's stoner - er - stronger than ever. With Larnell, Sarah Leigh, Rabbit, Velicity and a lobotomized Gingerdead Man trapped in The Bong World for good, she... See full summary »
Sonny Carl Davis,
Eddie Griffin stars as Fumnanya; a man claiming to be an African Prince, on a quest in Los Angeles to find his princess. Fumnanya hasn't had the best of luck, so he enlists his trusted ... See full summary »
Robert and Taylor Usher expect to be happy in their new house in Northridge, California where years ago, murder and mutilations destroyed the former residents. It doesn't matter to the ... See full summary »
4 unlikely friends move to LA hoping to make it big. When a lucrative deal they were all depending on falls through, they get stuck in a home they can no longer afford and have to find ... See full summary »
A fast-paced action-thriller about a disparate group of assassins working for the ruthless but noble Suarez. These outlaws battle the dregs of the earth, righting the injustices of society and crimes against humanity.
Two "down on their luck" buddies are convinced by a third to take a vacation. Only after landing in the third world country do they realize that they are there to attempt to capture the ... See full summary »
Casper Van Dien
The American Gandhi is about what happens when money, power and globalization become unhinged from morality and justice? What happens when only the top one-percent of a population controls governance of the whole and exploits common opportunity? Why is terrorism a business, hiding itself under the context of religion and politics? The American Gandhi is a movie based on a true story. It attempts to answer these questions through its portrayal of Illegal mining in rural India, and has been made to create awareness about the need to expose similar stories within global societies. Written by