Best friends Cliff and Otis plan to get rich quick by stealing from some of the most dangerous foes in the business: drug dealers. Going against the plan, the two spend the night partying, ...
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When recent college graduate Manny has trouble making ends meet, his father-in-law offers him a job evicting delinquent tenants. Manny soon finds himself unleashing a karma demon which stalks him at every turn.
Mandela Van Peebles,
London-raised Ronnie returns to his home in India to discover his mother Suleka has died in mysterious circumstances. As he uncovers a series of similar past murders, Ronnie's own inner-darkness come to light.
Busi, a young destitute woman with dangerously repressed emotions, lands a job as a cleaner at a rundown hospital in the heart of Johannesburg. Desperate for the money so she can bring her ... See full summary »
Paul left the police force after mistakenly killing his partner. Now he is a driver for rich guy who's daughter is kidnapped. He will use his skills to save the girl but he will also uncover secrets the family was hiding for years.
Four small-town boys are kidnapped by James Whitley, a warm-eyed psychopath. His grotesque pursuit to reunite orphaned children with their deceased birth parents is halted when the boys ... See full summary »
A desperate wife agrees to have a baby cloned from her comatose husband's DNA. However, the husband gets better and they get rid of the baby - until the past comes calling decades later in a mix of mystery, lust and violence.
Perfect Skin is a psychological horror film set in London and directed by Kevin Chicken. Starring Richard Brake ("31 and Game of Thrones"), Natalia Kostrzewa ("The Cured"), and Jo Woodcock ... See full summary »
Following the death of his father, Lyle Bennett sets out on an extreme weight loss journey in the hopes of reaching health and happiness. His goal will push him past his physical limits and... See full summary »
Best friends Cliff and Otis plan to get rich quick by stealing from some of the most dangerous foes in the business: drug dealers. Going against the plan, the two spend the night partying, allowing the audience to see that, in a certain light, the "bad guys" weren't really all that bad to begin with. Simply put, this film is just your everyday druggie, dramedy, indie musical that's filled with Germans, Jesus, banjos, bongos, beers, and bongs.Written by
Jacob Royce Gustafson