International genre favorite Bill Oberst Jr. plays an amnesiac horror writer who becomes trapped in his own nightmare as terrifying images emerge that may or may not be memories, madness, or both! Remembering can be murder!
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The Rangers is about a special force of soldiers, known as Rangers, who were founded long ago by King Aenarion to guard and watch the borders of the Kingdom of Olaran. Each episodic season ... See full summary »
A young American outlaw made famous back East for his exploits must return to his hometown to retrieve stolen loot. But as his infamy catches up with him he realizes all too late he cannot come home again.
The Illegal Street Football League. The games are played in dead-end streets or in empty warehouses. Fire hydrants and light poles are obstacles. Gamblers around the world watch the I.S.F. on TV. It is fast,violent.
Horror writer and filmmaker Grafton Torn awakens from a coma to find himself with a bum leg and a large section of his memory missing. To aide in the doctor's orders of rest and relaxation, Grafton goes to a remote cabin in the woods. There, with the help of a hypnotherapist and medication, Grafton tries to piece together the missing memories. But nightmares haunt him...nightmares that blend possible memories with characters from his own horror films...nightmares that happen while he's awake!Written by
This is one of the best indie films I have ever seen period, as it's quite a chilling and creepy film, with a suspenseful story and amazing performances! All the characters are fantastic, and the ending is a huge shocker and is extremely chilling. There are many twists and turns that are subtly put forth. Truly an underrated gem. See it if you can.
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