A knock on the door, and in this seemingly normal night, the life of Professional Gambler, Eddie G was changed. Eddie is taken in for the ride of his life as he unwillingly helps a ...
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A knock on the door, and in this seemingly normal night, the life of Professional Gambler, Eddie G was changed. Eddie is taken in for the ride of his life as he unwillingly helps a dirty-psychotic cop, Decker. Decker takes Eddie on a tour of terror while trying to find a meth addict named Worm who has a video tape of an underground fight where everything went awry. Vegasland explores the sin and corruption that lies behind Las Vegas' facade of glitz and glamor. Throughout the night, Eddie is acquainted with underground contacts, a sadistic cripple and the local crime lord - Boss John. Eddie is forced to the edge of his moral capacity, having to do things that no one should be put through. His captor now becomes his partner as he may rely on him for survival. But how will this all end? And what kind of odds is Eddie willing to take when his life is on the line? One thing's for sure, there's no backing out on this one, it's all or nothing.Written by
All the "in-car" driving scenes were shot inside a one car garage during a Las Vegas summer. In keeping with the story, the actors had to wear jackets and sweats with a close to 100 degrees temperature inside the garage. See more »
Wow, this film has it all...You guys are right, Hollywood, would have never gone to this length to create a great film with an original script. All my friends and I can say, bring it on...We, the public have been waiting for a film like to come out for ages...okay more like for a few years. Other then that, I am very curious as to know what other films Director Thomas J. Vosicky has in store for us, the deserving public. Greatest thing about all of this, that I have heard down the grapevine that Vosicky has over 45 films written and ready for production. If anything, I think we deserve to see these original ideas to be written out as novels. To let the public get an idea of what original work will be coming our way in the not so distant future.
Sincerely Marco Martinez aka f~64
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