A high powered businessman is blackmailed by a woman he meets via web-cam, who hacks his laptop and phone, gaining access to what starts as embarrassing material, but quickly escalates as the stakes are risen.
After a family tragedy in the chaotic city, Chris and Maggie Conley, in a last-ditch effort to save their dying marriage, purchase an isolated home in the deepest woods, to which they quickly discover evil has a key.
The rumored daughter of Sarah Good, the first witch to be tried and hung during the Salem Witch trials, lives and commands the spirit world at her fingertips. Irene, as she is known, must ... See full summary »
Ten women find themselves in a vacant mansion on Spektor Island in December, 1972. Each believes she's traveled to the house on business, but they all agree that something seems strange. ... 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 »
Jonathan "J.J." Jones (Samuel Victor) is a music producer at the top of his game. Women throw themselves at him, but J.J. has given up on love, tired of the clichés that he writes for multi-platinum songs. With his madcap manager (Baz Salam) living a hilarious playboy lifestyle on his friend's success, and rival record label boss (Patrick Moorhouse) hiring wannabe gangsters (Johnny Lynch, Mark Margason) to topple his musical empire, J.J. can no longer cope, and escapes to the only place he can be alone, a deserted beach he remembers from childhood. There he meets Kayleigh (Jennie Shotton) - a young lady from a broken home, who helps him write a new love song, learning what's really important in life, friends, family, and true love. Written by
The first project by Team Mates Films, who met working on other films, and decided to make their own. Treating the film as a learning experience, they shot it on a zero budget. After the fantastic response the film got at its 2010 theatrical screenings, the film was bought for a full remastering, with a DVD release in 2013. See more »
As a note to several continuity errors caused by both limitations when filming (such as mixing of night and day schedules to suit actors) and sections of scenes cut for pacing, the rear crawl credits name two perpetrators: Hugh Musby, Joe King. ("You must be joking") See more »