NOSSA CHAPE tracks the rebuilding of the Chapecoense football club in Brazil after an airplane carrying the team crashed on November 28th, 2016, leaving all but three of the players dead. ... See full summary »
The tragic and controversial story of Cameron Todd Willingham, who was executed in Texas for killing his three children after scientific evidence and expert testimony that bolstered his claims of innocence were suppressed.
The new owner of the home on Steelmanville Road has hired Tom Riley to go back into the home to rid it of all malevolent forces prior to moving her family in. Tom returns, alone, and finds himself battling 9 demons.
After his first love breaks his heart, a young American singer reluctantly leaves his home in San Diego, California and embarks on an epic road trip through Baja with his uncle in order to reconnect with his Mexican roots and find himself.
Lia Marie Johnson,
Fun Size Horror Presents "Dark, Deadly & Dreadful", an anthology of short films from Fun Size Horror's community of filmmakers. Each film explores different themes in the horror genre all ... See full summary »
Straight out of MoVal, a multi-cultural suburb in California, James plays guitar in his room and hides from his emotionally unstable single-father whose fantasy baseball obsession and ... See full summary »
Jack Seavor McDonald,
In this exploration of love, commitment, and trust, a long-time couple is forced to navigate the delicate waters of their relationship and the life-changing events they experience over the course of a year.
You made your bed, now lie in it. Violent murdering convicted criminals do not deserve a second chance, much less the luxury of playing sports for personal enjoyment, entertainment, fame and money. Our prison system (especially in California) has become a tax funded for-profit day care system, a free education and health care center, a homeless shelter for criminals, a criminals rite of passage, a coming of age summer camp, a place to earn your "street cred" stripes and reputation... a joke.
This film does nothing but propagate this ridiculous "justice" system we have in America today.
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