An unidentified man in Green Bay, WI has captured worldwide attention for roaming the streets dressed as a clown. Many write it off as a harmless prank, others aren't so sure. When a group of friends cross paths with the clown everyone calls Gags, his true intentions are revealed.
A teacher's world is torn apart when his wife and children are brutally murdered at the hands of a ruthless gang. Left for dead and with no one to turn to, he takes matters into his own hands and hits the streets in search of justice.
Adam Stephen Kelly
A young aspiring musician preparing for a competition, is incredibly confidant and gets herself involved in a frightening trap that she has to find her way out of. It raises the question: If an insane person is telling a story, is it real?
In this terrifying true life tale, a family's peaceful vacation at a remote cabin in Utah is shattered when they return from a day of exploring to find two masked intruders in their home. What begins as a robbery soon escalates into violence and two of the family are brutally murdered. As night falls only teenage sisters Linnea and Tina remain alive, battling for survival against their sadistic captors. But as the sun comes up the tormented teens find the strength to fight back and the intruders get more than they bargained for.Written by
North Bank Entertainment
The real life crime the film is based on is the 1990 home invasion by Von Taylor and Edward Deli of a remote family cabin in Oakley, Utah, belonging to the Tiede family. The two men murdered Beth Potts and Kaye Tiede and also shot Kaye's husband, Rolf, and left him for dead. They then took two hostages: 20-year-old Linae Tiede and her 16-year-old sister Tricia before being apprehended by police. Both were parolees who walked away from a halfway house. They stood together in court as a multitude of charges were read, but then their cases went their separate ways through the justice system. There were different lawyers, different juries, different procedures. Von Taylor ended up being sentenced to death; Edward Deli got life. See more »