When six college kids in a sleepy Southern town are assigned a group project to rediscover a moment in history, one of them sets in motion a horrific fate when he proposes they head into ...
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Sequel to the 2012 film "At Stake: Vampire Solutions", the AS:VS team is back and facing a host of new problems as they work to avoid government shut down, and fight to stay alive while combating the growing vampire threat.
Duane P. Craig
6 strangers are kidnapped and through governmental technology have proof they have all killed before and are told 5 will die this night, one may walk, and the six have 2 hours to decide who gets to live.
Logan Chandler, a young MMA fighter seeks to overcome a troubled past and build a new life based on a new faith and a new found love, but is forced back into the fighting world by Hayden Dressler, a local MMA professional.
Michael William Gordon
John Major Davis,
While investigating the brutal murder of her parents, a young woman is kidnapped, raped, and left for dead. On All Hallows Eve she comes back dressed as a blood-thirsty pussycat keen on taking the souls of the men who destroyed her world.
The Apology is centered around four naive and innocent school girls who find themselves in a very dangerous situation where one of the girls played by Vanessa Pike has had underage sex and ... See full summary »
After a fateful mission two years ago that left eight Special Forces soldiers dead, newly promoted Naval Investigator Abbey Vaughn makes it her personal mission to find the man responsible:... See full summary »
When six college kids in a sleepy Southern town are assigned a group project to rediscover a moment in history, one of them sets in motion a horrific fate when he proposes they head into the Georgia backwoods to tackle the legend of Emily Burt, the Talbot County werewolf. "Lycan" is a Hitchcockian tale of horror set in 1986 that delves into a hundred year old fable where our students are met with very real consequences that go beyond any classroom lessons.Written by
Bev Land and Michael Mordler
The lead actress in this film gives what is perhaps the most brilliant drunken performance since W.C. Fields. Her dedication to her craft is evident all throughout, as she uses gin-infused slurring to transition seamlessly from one made up accent to the next. Unless you count slurring as a seam, I guess. And while this intoxicated performance was at the top of its game, it could not come close to matching the dedicated inebriation of the sound design team, whose ability to make the film sonic-ally assault you like a Mel Gibson antisemitism rant. I give this film eight Jagermeister shots.
"COME AND GET US YOU BASTARD! I gotta pee."
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