Raped. Disemboweled. Nearly decapitated. Dumped on the outskirts of a nature reserve, dead - or so they thought. She needed a hero that night, so that's what she became. This is Alison's tale. A tale of monsters, miracles and hope.
In this poignant snapshot of the modern relationship, a dysfunctional night with his girlfriend challenges Jay to evaluate whether the rewards of intimacy and commitment are worth the complicated baggage that comes with.
The discovery of the mutilated body of a mentally challenged young mother begins a journey into madness that is so unbelievable the mastermind behind the crime ultimately got away with ... See full summary »
A young couple on a cross-country road trip lose their way in a blizzard and wind up stranded in the middle of nowhere. As the days pass, their relationship slowly deteriorates, leading to the film's chilling climax.
Alison (Kendahl Light) is an overburdened and depressed teenage girl living a monotonous suburban existence. After several emotional shocks she winds up in Wonderland, a frightening and grotesque fantastical realm where insanity reigns supreme inhabited by the likes of the Mad Hatter (Jacob Schwartz), an utterly depraved psychopath with a twisted sense of humor and ruled by the Red Queen (Holly Schaff) a vicious lady monarch with an affinity for decapitations. Will she succumb to the madness or will she learn something valuable about herself?Written by
For a while, the shoot was proceeding well and it looked like it was going to be finished in 2012. Then when it came time to start shooting the Red Queen arc of the movie, Carrozza cast an unreliable actor as the Ace of Hearts which was another difficult role to fill. The actor didn't show up for shooting twice before Carrozza fired him and had to re-film a day's shooting. After the actor was incredibly late to the shoot, Carrozza called up his friend Eamonn McGrail who thankfully had the day off from work and he came to the shoot and picked up the role of the Ace of Hearts that same day. See more »