Strange spiritual obsessions begin to unearth age-old secrets in a small Northwest town, leading a pastor to suspect that all might not be as idyllic as he first imagined and personal threats await anyone who dares confront them.
The Brothers Freeman
Michael J. Prosser,
Mia (Rebecca Chen), a former prostitute, becomes the wife of Quan (Sunny Pang), a roast meat shop owner. Suffering from physical violence by Quan, Mia encounters Wu (Louis Wu), a funeral ... See full summary »
Facing difficult times and with their glory days long gone, the eight undisputed British vampire overlords gather up for their semi-centennial meeting. However, before the break of dawn, there will be blood. And corpses. Lots of them.
Comedy that tells the story of two free spirited stoners who, after smoking some top secret pot created by the CIA in 1986, find themselves catapulted into 2016. With 30 years of their ... See full summary »
This is "The game meets "Saw", but not in a good way. Characters are cardboard, no back story. The only true performance that merits attention is Natasha" she carries the movie. The lead did a semi good job making the audience "hate him" but doesn't have that "it" factor to be a lead. The beginning seemed like the writer didn't quite know how to start with the story, but seemed to pick it up (a tiny bit) toward the middle but get writers block at the conclusion. There is lee way for a sequel, but I escaped and I'm not going back.
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