Two Airmen are tasked with deciding the fate of a terrorist with a single push of a button. As the action plays out in real time, their window to use a deadly military drone on the target ... See full summary »
Zel is a fortune teller. She lives and works in an old house at the edge of the woods. The house is crowded with ghosts (including a priest, a bride, a mute child, some washed up ... See full summary »
Everybody has a secret. Two young sisters abandoned by their mother. A strange woman sleeping on their couch. A sinister fugitive hiding in their barn. FBI agents snooping around. And the ... See full summary »
Arkansas Traveler is the tale of Wayland McGlawhorn in the grips of the blood, death, and devil that are his experiences as a ruthless rebel soldier who just wants to get back home to his ... See full summary »
Andre du Broc
Two clans of deranged males make the mistake of stalking four young women they assume to be easy prey, only to find out that at the stroke of midnight the tables will be turned and all hell will break loose.
Eddie Steeples is Ron, a successful poet from New York who has not seen his old friend Jake in five years. On the eve of Jake's wedding Ron shows up to be his best man and celebrate but ... See full summary »
C. Robert Cargill,
Joan Burrows returns to her hometown for her niece's graduation, only to be confronted by the serial killer she thought she offed years ago -- after he kidnapped and tormented her and killed her best friend.
A frantic young woman begs a stranger to help save her marked husband, not realizing that the stranger is the hit man hired to kill him. Experimental digital movie shot entirely in one take and in real time.
No-- Not like "The Twilight Zone: The Movie". Instead, it's more like one of the Old Twilight Zone Episodes where the Earthlings are going about their business, unknowing that aliens are sitting next to them, studying them and deciding their fate. So a warning to Sci-Fi viewers, even as this is the premise, there are NO special FX. Again, think of it as a movie length Twilight Zone episode. One of the OLD ones, where everything is in the script.
Except in this case, one guy DOES learn that ONE alien is working alongside him in a large corporation.
And just like a stupid guy, he starts a relationship with ANOTHER one-- and then breaks up with her-- then finds out that she controls an invasion fleet.
The story is a light, humorous and totally surreal. But it is NOT about the imminent destruction of Earth; it's all about the Dangers of Office Romance.
And Copy Machines that might not just be copy machines.
And overall, heartwarming.
Park this movie for a nice Friday Nighter. And it's rated fully Girl-friend Friendly.
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