A patient described as "Extremely Dangerous" has escaped from the local psychiatric hospital. Fearing that he'll lose his job if word gets out, the head of the hospital, Dr. Franklin Grimm,... See full summary »
This movie chronicles the trials of the mentally ill and their care-givers in an over-crowded ward of a hospital. Dr. MacLeod (Robert Stack) is a new, optimistic doctor who attempts to ... See full summary »
Sen. Drake is on a quest to initiate a Vampire rapture upon the world, while the members of Cronos - labeled as international terrorists - will risk all to save the world from the darkness of Drake and his minions, known as The DRAKUL.
In the small town of Salsberg, drama and scandal is a daily routine for the local Cholas, until one of them is exposed to toxic waste which transforms her into a 30 foot creature unleashing revenge on those that did her wrong.
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Jason Carraway is relishing his good luck. Newly wed to a beautiful young bride, Kate, who is expecting their first child, he takes her back to his hometown to settle down. After Kate's ... See full summary »
The Spirit Stalkers reality show, once a big hit, faces cancellation without a ratings boost, which leads the investigative team to Gloria Talman, whose house is rampant with unexplained ghostly activity.
Steve Hudgins has re-imagined the Classic Vampire movie genre in his groundbreaking tale "The Caretakers." This movie takes you into the world of those who know Vampires best: the people whose job it is to care for them. This is a beautifully engineered story of Vampire culture far removed from the usual "The Young and the Restless (with fangs.)" The Caretakers shatters many myths and commonly held beliefs about Vampires and how they operate with such authority that it will have you questioning the validity of every Vampire story to which you have ever been subjected.
Bill Johnson and Joe Estevez certainly lend an air of gravitas to this picture but Nick Faust and Michael Coon deliver world class performances each in their own right. Brittney Saylor brings the horror as the likable monster. April LaRae is compelling as the original-line Vampire. Jessica Dockery, Lucy Turner, PJ Woodside, Steve Hudgins and all the rest of the cast deliver their believable characters with flawless portrayals; which is fast becoming a hallmark of Big Biting Pig Productions fare.
As fans of this companies movies might expect, this one offers plot twists and turns and has no trouble holding your attention to the bitter end. If Big Biting Pig Productions movies keep getting better with each release then you have to say that this is their best yet.
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