Deception, Corruption and Betrayal are all part of A Thieves' Game - Set in Detroit, a street hustler makes an unlikely alliance with a rising police lieutenant to solve the mystery behind ... See full summary »
Sam Logan Khaleghi
Sam Logan Khaleghi,
Hoping to find proof of the paranormal, five film students set out to document the legendary Copper Queen Hospital. But as the sun goes down, they experience something far worse than they ... See full summary »
A haunting account of a tormented man who continually re-admits himself into a medical facility, in a futile attempt to escape from his pending madness. Based on Edgar Allan Poe's poem "The Tell-Tale Heart".
John La Tier
Patrick John Flueger,
Edgar Allan Poe. For nearly two hundred years his stories of the macabre have shocked and terrified audiences. And now, inspired by five of Poe's most terrifying tales, five filmmakers have... See full summary »
In the city of Jansen, Mayor Daryl Johnson has been put into office by a group of business people that are similar to the mob. When Mayor Johnson decides to start doing things for himself, they threaten to ruin his career.
B'Daren V. Payne
Kimberly Cruchon Brooks,
One dark and stormy night the tax man pays a visit to an eccentric horror fan who keeps the unwelcome guest distracted by telling him 4 tales of terror from the stories of Joe R. Lansdale, Edgar Allan Poe, Lafcadio Hearn and Jeff Strand.
After moving with her husband to a new house to cope from the accident that recently blinded her, a Den Mother continues to be haunted by guilt over the death of a girl scout until the ... See full summary »
Edgar (Rick Dethlefsen), a meek, honest man seeks retribution for his daughter's (Kelly Kirstein) murder at the hands of her boyfriend Jonathan (Axel Harney). Tracking him to his reclusive father's hilltop property, Edgar witnesses Jonathan take his own life. Left without means to an end Edgar soon staggers through strange nightmares wherein he's visited by a bizarre individual who leads him unexpectedly toward revenge against Jonathan's father Mr. Nelson (Bruce Spielbauer). In time Edgar finds himself believing that Mr. Nelson- the reserved, ominous man with the unusual deformity- is the one truly responsible for his daughter's death. Morals are suspended and his loved ones' lives are in jeopardy as Edgar becomes a force of terror against anyone standing between him and his desire for vengeance. Written by
I am a big fan of horror movies and I cannot wait for Aaron Russman to get the million dollar budget he deserves. This film had the most beautiful locations I have ever seen in a movie not to forget to mention some of the greatest actors ever. This is my second favorite film next to "The Godfather" and "Hot Pursuit". It is my favorite horror film to date, and pushes the envelope in terms of visual effects. I am shocked it was not honored with an Oscar for best visual effects in film. Aaron Russman needs to direct more music videos based on his work here. It is reflective of both neo-realism with plenty of mis en scene! He knows how to arrange his characters in physical reality to challenge the locations that the scenes take place in.
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