Follows one man's potential descent into mind-numbing madness from a low humming noise. George is a man who seemingly has it all, including a loving wife, a large home and a solid career, but these societal status symbols fail to bring him happiness. Is the hum real?
Tragedy strikes when Chelsea's flight back home crashes in the wilderness. The only other survivor of the crash, Evelyn King, who just so happens to be a huge fan of Chelsea, pulls her to ... See full summary »
Bethany Lauren James
BAILIWICK is the story of John, a lonely, quiet man who is given a magical gift that changes his life. Do you like magic? Bailiwick is not officially rated but the director suggests a PG-13 rating for language and violence.
When their car crashes, 4 college kids seek help in Emeryville - a dilapidated village. New comers discover that place was once a ground for clinical experiments gone awry and plot an escape. They find themselves hunted by crazies.
When young and successful reporter Jamie finds out that her sister has died in mysterious circumstances, she travels to Singapore to uncover the truth. There, she discovers multiple deaths ... See full summary »
Daeng Amer Omar,
David (Roberto Sosa) is obsessed with the kidnapping of her daughter by aliens. In his adventure trying to get her back he meets Diana (Elba Jimenez), a young designer that faces a similar ... See full summary »
As an entire generation has come of age on social media, virtual relationships are slowly replacing real-life human connections. And China has taken it to an extreme. Here, live streaming ... See full summary »
Werewolves vs Soldiers: The Making of 'Dog Soldiers' (2015)
*** 1/2 (out of 4)
Director Neil Marshall, actors Kevin McKidd, Sean Pertwee, Darren Morfitt, Leslie Simpson And Emma Cleasby as well as producers Christopher Figg and Keith Bell as well as Special Effects artist Bob Keen are here to discuss the making of DOG SOLDIERS. This documentary runs 61-minutes and starts off with Marshall telling a story about his father waking him up in the middle of the night as a child so that he could watch FRANKENSTEIN on television. From here we get into the complete history of the film and we're given some terrific stories about the making of the picture. Anything you'd want to know about the film is pretty much answered here as we learn about how they ended up getting the funding, how the casting came together and the initial impact of the picture. There's no doubt that fans are going to enjoy this documentary since it covers so much ground and it was especially nice getting to hear from the actors as they talk about their hiring as well as what they wanted to bring to the role.
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