Angie is a middle-aged drug dealer, who fulfills the masochistic fantasies of young student David. David shares a residence with lonely log company worker Tony. Other characters - Angie's ... See full summary »
A horror thriller that re-imagines Edgar Allan Poe's masterpiece, "The Fall of the House of Usher". Living alone, Eric is seemingly descending into madness but that narrative slowly begins to unravel until the gruesome truth is revealed.
Narcotics detectives Berg and Jackson are two of the dirtiest cops around and they spend most of their free time robbing the drug dealers they are paid to lock up. As a matter of fact business has been so good over the past few years these civil servants have accumulated quite the nestegg of stolen drugs and money. All seems to be going according to plan for these two partners until a strange case call leads them to discover their two and a half million dollars worth of stockpiled Dirty money has vanished into thin air. Now, driven by greed and amidst a strangle hold, all points internal investigation regarding police corruption, the men tear through gangbangers, drug dealers, angry bookies, and even one very eccentric junkie hoarder leaving a trail of criminal oddities in their wake as the stolen money continues to elude them. All the while attempting to avoid "Captain Scott" Internal Affairs' new top watchdog, who has conveniently and suspiciously set up shop with in their unit. ...Written by
Daniel Ringey, the director of this movie, can be heard talking about this film in episoade 204 of podcast Hollywood Babble-On. He is a fan of the show and was attending just as a member of the audience. See more »
Nothing special, but watchable, and Chaz Bono is worth seeing
This mystery about dirty cops is nothing special, and nothing we haven't seen before. It's not particularly bad, it's just not particularly interesting, either. I added an extra star for Chaz Bono's brief but skillfully-acted turn as a junkie hoarder. In fact, I rented the movie based on the clip I saw of him in it. Unfortunately that turned out to be the best part.
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