Johnny Taylor has a big problem: he LOVES to drown good-looking girls. When he sees water and attractive females together, something in his head begs him to kill - the psychological result ... See full summary »
Sara Malakul Lane,
James Cullen Bressack
The 'Arab Spring of 2011' is in full eruption, turmoil consumes the Mid-East region as protesters, rebels and insurgents wreak havoc and destruction. A Clandestine American Military Agency,... See full summary »
Michele Vittorio Ghersi
A group of people run a TV show where they set up locations to scare people. Things go horribly wrong when the producer wants them to get darker as they set up an asylum to spook the new target: a creepy guy who used to work there.
Olivia, A New York-based journalist travels to Turkey when she receives news that her sister Marla is pregnant. Marla recently ended a relationship but decides to keep the baby and that's when sinister things begin to occur.
Russel Brody, a one-time successful playwright, works diligently on a follow-up play that could land him back in the spotlight he so early craves. With a baby on the way, however, and a ... See full summary »
Steve Richard Harris,
Actress Mika Andrews and her filmmaker boyfriend Louis Digman struggle through the trenches of the entertainment industry to succeed in "Hollywood." Told in raw documentary style, the ... See full summary »
Sara Malakul Lane,
Nicole Alexandra Shipley
Devil's Domain tells the story of Lisa Pomson, a troubled, social media obsessed teen, conflicted with her sexuality and her parents misunderstanding of her. When Lisa gets secretly filmed binging, purging, and masturbating the video goes viral and she suffers extreme cyber-bullying. Suicidal, and on the brink of insanity, a beautiful, mysterious stranger (the Devil) strikes up an online relationship with her. They grow close and meet and the stranger offers to help in exchange for a favor. The devil will rid her of the bullies and give Lisa fame and fortune in exchange for a baby. Lisa agrees and as the bullies die one by one, Lisa's conscience kicks in and she regrets doing the deal. To keep Lisa in line, the Devil threatens eternal suffering and the death of her loved ones until she finally succumbs to give the devil a baby that will grow to reign terror upon the world.Written by
Loved the concept of he devil, and loved the girl playing the devil (Everything I always expected).
It's a relatable story about teen outcast who makes a deal with the Devil to make her pain go away in the most horrifying way.
Rap group, Onyx seems out of place in the movie. Not that the kids today would not love Onyx but you'd think they would select a younger group of rappers from the kids era to go to a concert to go see.
The music all together in this movie seems like a huge distraction. It does nothing to help the story and it's not blended in the background so you notice it and it does not make the film go smoothly.
Felt like a homage to Troma films then it took itself too seriously to be that.
The deaths started out campy but the the movie ended with a serious undertone of evil.
Too all over the place made it kinda dull instead of interesting.
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