When a masked killer begins to terrorize the small town of Citrus Springs, a reluctant psychiatrist and an inexperienced police detective must aid each other in catching the killer, and restoring the American Dream once again.
The saying goes that love means never having to say you're sorry... This is especially true when you're being held in a religious madman's basement with your neck chained to a wooden post. ... See full summary »
Samuel M. Johnson
David Alan Graf
A young woman is kidnapped by a mysterious stranger and chained in an eerie, dilapidated barn. Unwilling to play the victim, she plots a daring escape. With thirst and hunger bearing down, ... See full summary »
Tate S. McCullough,
Latchkey kids lose touch when one of them moves away, only to reconnect years later without realizing it, having changed their names to escape their pasts. Once they realize who each other are; they are able heal the wounds of their pasts.
Two notorious convicts, Quaid and Kurk, have escaped prison and are trying to flee the country. To ensure their safety they abduct an innocent attractive woman and use her as a hostage to ... See full summary »
In this Gothic thriller, two brothers are pitted against one another-one by the daunting task of carrying on the family business of crime, the other by the temptation of starting a ... See full summary »
Christopher D. Booth,
Dave Navarro is a trauma survivor of the highest order. When Dave was only 15 years old his mother was brutally murdered by her estranged ex-boyfriend. For 8 long years Dave's mother's ... See full summary »
One sunny afternoon, stay-at-home dads Ned Wazinski, an unemployed vending machine mechanic pushing fifty, and Julian York, a former male stripper nearly half his age, meet on a park bench ... See full summary »
Mark T. Lee,
John Charles Dickson,
Five friends go on a weekend hunting trip that they will never forget but will always regret. They wander onto the wrong side of property lines and the folks in these parts don't take ... See full summary »
Shaun Paul Piccinino,
Eli is your everyday child; he goes to school, has a loving family, and enjoys drawing. His only problem is that some of his classmates, Mark, Luke, and Will, push him around and bully him ... See full summary »
Kim Jackson Wheeler
Hijacking the Brain...Kidnapping the Innocence...Take Action Now
In this film we are taken to one of the darkest abyss humans can actually visit. Within this abyss, there is a hijacking of the brain and the willpower along with the murder of innocence, the extreme fright, the possibility of disease and the compelling control of the sick. To remain human after such an experience will be the only word that can fit...SURVIVOR. The only way to get to the survivor is with the help and fight of family, contentious human kindness and support, and the will of the Lord. The selling or trafficking of humans is beyond understanding in this day and age yet it is happening in our country right under our noses in our own neighborhoods. The kidnapping of the unsuspecting violating any trust is part of the recovery that takes the longest. But action is needed and needed now. I applaud this young woman for reaching out and beign the VOICE for the victims. I am an addiction psychologist specialist and I see this many times in clients that have been trying to survive with my professional help! More power to those who become aware and DO SOMETHING! Save our youth! LadyAnn68
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