When a doctor looking for her missing child awakens to find herself in an abandoned school, she must survive the supernatural terror and face her own demons if she is to find the truth about where her son is.
Travelling to Havana, Cuba, to investigate the origins of a mysterious manuscript supposedly written by acclaimed American novelist, Ernest Hemingway, three friends are thrust into a ... See full summary »
Hannah D. Scott
Dennis and Kate, a young Christian couple who are about to be married, go camping one weekend and run into an escaped convict named Berenger. Isolated in the wilderness, they are tortured and terrorized by this man, while Dennis continues to have apocalyptic visions from the Book of Revelations which may be coming true.
Fuad Ramses and his family have moved from the United States to France, where they run an American diner. Since business is not going too well, Fuad also works night shifts in a museum of ... See full summary »
A dysfunctional family seeks vengeance on the townspeople who they feel are looking down at them. The twisted family paints their faces and takes to the street to exact vengeance. An ... See full summary »
Fly on the Wall, the latest film by writer/director Michael R. Morris, is not a typical thriller. It unfolds more like a documentary film, but not in a cheesy "found footage" sort of way. The POV camera is courtesy primarily of a "fly" that the main characters use to spy on on of their ex-girlfriends -- creepy -- and then they witness a chilling event that they struggle to react to. Part thriller, part treatise on techno-voyeurism (with some comic relief from the actor who plays the protagonist's friend), Fly on the Wall avoids clichéd Hollywood twists as it builds to its clever conclusion.
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