Three friends film a documentary about Joanna Toy, a woman convicted of witchcraft 400 years ago in the town of Terrassa, Spain. In 1619, six women were accused of witchcraft. Five were hanged after being tortured, but Joanna Toy escaped.
Zach sets out into the wildness of the Georgia Shoals to prove his survival skills for 60 days. Before too long, finding clean water and sufficient scavenged food are the least of his ... See full summary »
A docu-thriller focusing on the life, brief career, and mysterious death of Maryland filmmaker Karl Atticus, referred to by some as the "godfather of the slasher film." Features interviews ... See full summary »
In a market oversaturated with horror films The Faith Community gives us a unique twist on the found footage sub-genre. Shot only with one camera, like a regular civilian with a hand held camera would be able to capture the unfolding events and presented without music this film is surprisingly effective and suspenseful. Proof that a good story doesn't depend on all of Hollywood's bells and whistles - well worth the watch!
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