A bank manager haunted by a violent heist that took the life of a coworker teams up with his ex-cop neighbor to bring down the assailant, initiating an explosive counterattack that brings all three men to the breaking point.
Brian A. Miller
Thirty-year-old Emmett LeClere, a former logger and recovering drug addict, returns from school in New York to make a film in his Olympic Peninsula hometown. To finance the project, he ... See full summary »
Damien P. Daley
When Wes' marriage dissolves, he moves in with his best friend since childhood, Ray, but a sudden aneurysm puts Ray in a coma for weeks. Wes, despite himself, finds a sense of peace in the ... See full summary »
Carson Empman, a famed contract killer, takes vengeance on a powerful drug cartel after his lover is murdered. Known as 'The Ghost', Carson makes a fine living being anonymously hired to take out individuals who need to disappear. His life changes forever when the Chutro drug cartel offers him enough money to not only meet in person, but to join a team to assassinate a Californian mayor who is no longer cooperating. During the planning stage at a cartel-owned winery, Carson is seduced by the beguiling Clarissa, who wishes to tempt Carson into fleeing the killer-for-hire business with her. Carson refuses, never to see Clarissa again, and learns not long after the assassination that she was tortured and killed. To seek vengeance, Carson retreats to a remote cabin to systematically bring down the cartel by exposing their vast financial operations, knowing full well that by doing so, he will be tracked down and forced to endure the most agonizing of deaths. He gives himself just one week ...Written by
The concept of Paralytic is from an unpublished short story by writer/director Joey Johnson titled, 'Found Near the Body'. The story is under 1000 words. See more »
Typographical error in "The Sacramento Times". The headline reads, "Remains of Missing DEA Deputy's Possibly Located". It should read either Deputy or Deputies. Not "Deputy's", meaning something that belonged to the Deputy. See more »
I can't feel the presence of hideous drugs cartel from the beggining till the end of this movie. All i see just a man (with no murder skill at all) blabbering to the press just because a patron kill his bootiecall.
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