Cast: Sarah Gadon, Kaniehtiio Horn, Gregory Smith, Kristen Hager
The film follows the story of Perry (portrayed by Gregory Smith), a clean-cut and socially awkward young man who finds himself selected as a juror in the trial of Charles Manson (played by Ryan Robbins) and his followers for the gruesome Tate-LaBianca murders in the late 1960s.
As Perry becomes increasingly immersed in the trial, he develops a fascination with Leslie (played by Kristen Hager), one of Manson's female followers who is on trial for her involvement in the murders. Despite the horrific nature of the crimes, Perry becomes captivated by Leslie's charm and begins to question societal norms and his own moral compass.
Perry's journey takes a surreal turn when he starts to have vivid and increasingly bizarre dreams involving Leslie, who becomes the embodiment of his inner turmoil. These dreams serve as a vehicle for exploring the moral complexities of the trial, the influence of the counterculture movement on impressionable youth, and the blurred lines between good and evil.
As the trial unfolds, Perry finds himself grappling with his own beliefs and desires, ultimately leading to a life-altering decision that will forever change the course of his life.
"Manson, My Name Is Evil" is a thought-provoking exploration of the Manson Family trial and its broader cultural implications. It challenges viewers to consider the seductive power of charismatic leaders and the ways in which society's norms and values can be manipulated and subverted. Through its unconventional narrative and dreamlike sequences, the film invites audiences to ponder the complexities of justice, morality, and the lasting impact of one of the most notorious criminal cases in American history.
The film follows the adventures of John Hunter (played by Eric Carlesi), a tough-as-nails commando with a striking resemblance to a certain iconic action hero from the 1980s. John Hunter is a soldier on a relentless mission to avenge the death of his fellow commando, Colonel Caine (played by Erik H. Gosselin), at the hands of the evil Kung Fuhrer (played by Philippe Allier).
As John Hunter embarks on his quest for vengeance, he encounters a colorful cast of characters, including time-traveling ninjas, mutants, and even dinosaurs. Along the way, he battles an army of henchmen, engages in epic martial arts showdowns, and showcases an arsenal of absurdly exaggerated weaponry.
"Commando Ninja" lovingly embraces the clichés and tropes of 1980s action cinema, delivering a non-stop barrage of hilarious and over-the-top action sequences. From the overuse of slow-motion to the catchy synth soundtrack and cheesy dialogue, the film pays tribute to the era's most iconic action films.
Despite its intentionally campy and satirical approach, "Commando Ninja" is a labor of love for fans of 1980s action movies, serving as a loving and humorous homage to the genre. It's a film that doesn't take itself seriously and invites viewers to revel in its nostalgic and comically exaggerated portrayal of the action hero archetype.
Cast: Dolph Lundgren, Kate Vernon, Saul Rubinek, Fred Williamson
Jack Devlin (played by Dolph Lundgren) is a former U.S. Marshal turned elite security specialist known for his sharp skills and uncompromising dedication to his clients. He is approached by his old friend, Casey (played by Kam Heskin), who is now a government agent. She asks Jack for his help in protecting a brilliant, yet vulnerable, young medical prodigy named Rachel (played by Kate Vernon).
Rachel has discovered a groundbreaking medical formula that could revolutionize the field of medicine, making her the target of a ruthless international terrorist organization led by the cunning and deadly Tommy (played by Fred Williamson). As Jack takes on the responsibility of protecting Rachel from the relentless pursuit of Tommy's organization, he realizes that he's not just safeguarding her life but also the future of medical science.
The film unfolds in a series of action-packed sequences as Jack uses his skills in hand-to-hand combat, marksmanship, and tactical knowledge to thwart the terrorist group's attempts on Rachel's life. Along the way, he uncovers a web of conspiracy and betrayal that extends far beyond the immediate threats to Rachel.
As the danger escalates, Jack must rely on his wits and his unwavering determination to outsmart Tommy and his organization. With time running out, the stakes are higher than ever, and Jack is faced with the ultimate challenge: to protect Rachel and prevent her revolutionary discovery from falling into the wrong hands.
"Blackjack" is a thrilling and fast-paced action film that combines elements of espionage, suspense, and intense combat sequences. With Dolph Lundgren in the lead role, the film offers a charismatic and capable hero who will stop at nothing to ensure the safety of those he's sworn to protect. It's a gripping cinematic experience that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats until the final, explosive showdown.
Lucía and her son live far from society in a flat area where there is almost no life. The small family unit made up of mother and son receives hardly any visitors, and their goal is to develop a peaceful existence. At first they succeed, but the appearance of a mysterious and violent creature that begins to haunt their small house will put the relationship that unites them to the test.
Cast: Mickey Rourke, Jeff Fahey, Michael Jai White, David Lea
A DEA agent returns home with PTSD after a botched mission and must now protect his family from a home invasion when a recently freed convict and his henchmen come after their stash of millions hidden inside of the agent's home.
A luxury hotel in Hong Kong is suddenly suspected of being the epicenter of the novel Coronavirus. Quarantined by local health authorities, customers find themselves isolated in the hotel, inevitably leading to relationship problems and many ups and downs.
Teri Stewart, a passionate music enthusiast, has always dreamt of making a mark in the music industry. At 28, she becomes the President of Eclectic Records, a once-thriving boutique music label now struggling to survive in the midst of a rapidly changing industry. With digitalization and streaming services dominating the market, Teri faces an uphill battle to keep her label relevant.
Despite her determination and love for music, Teri's journey is fraught with challenges. She's tasked with nurturing new talent, navigating complicated contracts, and finding innovative ways to connect with an increasingly digital-savvy audience. Teri's resolve is tested as she watches artists she's poured her heart into fall victim to the harsh realities of the music business.
However, "The Company We Keep" isn't just a story of industry woes. It's about the relationships Teri forms along the way. She finds support in unexpected places, from a wise old musician who's seen it all to a tech-savvy intern who challenges her to embrace change. Teri's friendships and alliances become the heart and soul of her journey.
As the company's future hangs in the balance, Teri must summon all her creativity, passion, and resilience to keep Eclectic Records alive. She learns that success in the music industry isn't solely about the hits on the charts but also about the strength of the bonds she forges with her artists and allies.
"The Company We Keep" is a touching and inspiring tale of one woman's struggle to keep her music label alive and, in the process, discovers that the company we keep in life is just as important as the songs we sing. It's a story of resilience, the enduring power of music, and the transformative influence of true friendship.
In this sequel to the documentary Flipside, best selling author Richard Martini explores three different methods of "Hacking" or accessing the afterlife: hypnotherapy, mediumship and guided meditation.
Cast: Deborah Ann Woll, Casper Van Dien, Jeff Kober, Bruce Boxleitner
In the dusty, frontier town of Blackwater, the residents are living in fear as the notorious gang known as the Aces 'N' Eights runs rampant. Led by a cunning and sadistic outlaw, they loot, kill, and burn everything in their path, leaving chaos in their wake.
With the town's law enforcement in shambles and the citizens paralyzed by fear, there seems to be no hope. That is until D.C. Cracker, a retired and reclusive lawman with a haunted past, is persuaded to don the badge once more. Despite his reluctance, he can't ignore the cries for help from the townspeople he once swore to protect.
As D.C. investigates the gang's activities, he begins to unravel a web of secrets and vendettas that run deeper than he could have ever imagined. He soon discovers that the Aces 'N' Eights are not just a group of ruthless outlaws but have a personal connection to his own past, making the showdown all the more personal.
The tension escalates as D.C. assembles a group of unlikely allies, including a sharpshooting saloon owner, a mysterious gambler, and a local preacher with a dark side. Together, they prepare for an epic confrontation that will test their mettle and define the future of Blackwater.
"Aces 'N' Eights" is a high-stakes tale of redemption, revenge, and the enduring struggle between good and evil. Set against the rugged backdrop of the Wild West, it delivers a gripping story of one man's quest to bring justice to a town held hostage by fear and lawlessness. Will D.C. Cracker and his ragtag band of heroes triumph over the Aces 'N' Eights, or will the town of Blackwater fall into eternal darkness?
Daniela, an 18-year-old girl living in a strict Evangelical Christian family in Santiago, Chile, is the central character of "Young & Wild." She's known for her boldness, both in her passionate writing on her anonymous blog, "The Chilean Rooster," where she candidly shares her sexual experiences and thoughts on her faith, and in her personal life. As Daniela grapples with the suffocating expectations of her family and church, she finds solace in her rebellious exploration of her own desires, secretly engaging in a series of sexual encounters.
Her double life takes a dramatic turn when she meets Tomas, a handsome and open-minded young man who introduces her to a world of newfound pleasures and love. Their intense connection forces Daniela to confront her deepest convictions, as she experiences the powerful forces of love and lust for the first time.
As Daniela's blog gains popularity and her secret life begins to unravel, she faces an internal struggle between the conflicting worlds of her faith and her newfound freedom. "Young & Wild" is a raw and honest portrayal of a young woman's journey towards self-acceptance and self-expression, set against the backdrop of a conservative society that challenges her every step of the way.
This emotionally charged film explores themes of sexual awakening, religious conflict, and the pursuit of personal authenticity, ultimately painting a vivid picture of a young woman's fearless quest to find her own path in a world filled with contradictions and judgment.
In a quiet, close-knit town, John McCrea (played by actor's name) is a humble and solitary carpenter known for his exceptional craftsmanship and unwavering devotion to his faith. Despite the respect he garners from his neighbors, John harbors a secret past filled with guilt and regret.
When a devastating fire engulfs the local church, leaving it in ruins, the townspeople are left in despair. Faced with the challenge of rebuilding the church, they turn to John, their trusted carpenter, for help. Initially hesitant, John ultimately agrees to undertake the monumental task.
As John sets out on this labor of love, he encounters a diverse array of individuals within the community, each dealing with their own personal struggles and crises of faith. Through his acts of kindness, wisdom, and compassion, John begins to touch the lives of those around him, sparking a transformation in their hearts and minds.
Among the people John impacts are Sarah Turner (played by actress's name), a single mother grappling with financial woes and a loss of faith, and James Anderson (played by actor's name), a troubled teenager caught in a web of rebellion and self-destructive behavior. Through John's mentorship and unwavering belief in the power of love and forgiveness, Sarah and James find solace and hope in their lives.
"The Carpenter" is a soul-stirring exploration of the human spirit's capacity for change and renewal. It delves into the complexities of faith, the importance of community, and the transformative influence of one individual's selfless acts. Set against the backdrop of a town in need of both physical and spiritual restoration, the film is a poignant reminder that, sometimes, the path to redemption begins with a single act of kindness and a willingness to forgive.
Cast: Jamie Lee Curtis, Andi Matichak, Kyle Richards, Judy Greer
And the Halloween night when Michael Myers returned isn't over yet. Minutes after Laurie Strode (Curtis), her daughter Karen (Judy Greer) and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) left masked monster Michael Myers caged and burning in Laurie's basement, Laurie is rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, believing she finally killed her lifelong tormentor. But when Michael manages to free himself from Laurie's trap, his ritual bloodbath resumes. As Laurie fights her pain and prepares to defend herself against him, she inspires all of Haddonfield to rise up against their unstoppable monster. The Strode women join a group of other survivors of Michael's first rampage who decide to take matters into their own hands, forming a vigilante mob that sets out to hunt Michael down, once and for all.
In the heart of 13th century France, a land torn apart by political strife and violence, two brothers, Thomas and Arnaud, were separated long ago by divergent paths in life. Thomas (played by actor's name), a hardened and scarred mercenary, left the family farm years ago in pursuit of a life filled with combat and danger. Meanwhile, Arnaud (played by actor's name), the younger brother, stayed behind and learned the healing arts from their mother, the local healer.
Tragedy strikes when Thomas returns home after many years away, only to find his mother has passed away. She had entrusted her knowledge of healing to Arnaud, but a brutal assault by a ruthless gang of outlaws has left Arnaud with no memory of his skills. Arnaud's determined and resourceful wife, Guillemette (played by actress's name), recognizes that the loss of Arnaud's knowledge could be devastating for their community.
Guillemette turns to Thomas, the estranged older brother, to help in the quest to recover Arnaud's lost memory and the vital healing knowledge that their mother had passed down through generations. This unexpected reunion sets the stage for a complex dynamic between the two brothers, fueled by their differences in temperament and their choices in life.
As Thomas, Arnaud, and Guillemette embark on their perilous journey to reclaim the lost knowledge, they are faced with moral dilemmas, external threats, and the ever-present tension between violence and wisdom. Along the way, they must confront their past, their personal loyalties, and the true nature of power.
"The Warrior's Brother" is a riveting tale of family bonds tested in the crucible of history. It explores the contrast between the power to destroy and the power to heal, all set against the backdrop of a tumultuous period in medieval France. This film weaves together elements of adventure, drama, and introspection, inviting viewers to ponder the choices we make and the legacy we leave behind.