A dimension-traveling wizard gets stuck in the 21st century because cell-phone radiation interferes with his magic. With his home world on the brink of war, he seeks help from a jaded ... See full summary »
When a body is found in the woods outside the quiet town of Morningside, NJ, Sheriff Tom Haulk and Deputy Klara Austin embark on a desperate race against time to catch the killer, pitting them against friends, enemies and even each other.
Soon after finding their way into the shelter of the mysterious, fog engulfed town of Mercy, two friends plan to rest up for the night, only to realize, as nights turn into nights, that ... See full synopsis »
Shortly after April Meaddows witnesses the death of Valerie, she asks her medical colleagues, "What's the prognosis?" Since Valerie's head just blew up splattering blood all over Meaddows, the prognosis is "she's going to remain dead". See more »
With a cast like Michael Muhney, Michael Madsen, Jenna Zablocki, and Stacy Keach, I would have expected a better film. The director Serge Rodunsky was also writer and producer as well. The film tries to be scary but fails. The audience never knows what's really going on in the film. Jenna Zablocki and Michael Muhney play medical examiners in Los Angeles, California. They stumble upon a mystery including a blacked out portrait but we never know the truth or the cause. The audience has to figure the plot out. In reality, this film could be shown as what not to do in film making. The director seems more interested in making the audience be shocked by the amount of blood and gore on screen. After a couple times, the audience isn't shocked anymore. They should be laughing. We never know the truth. Maybe the director expects the audience to figure it out but I don't want too nor I should have too.
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