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A Comedy of Horrors, Vol. 1

Directed by Matt Servitto, Jamie Nash, Ken Arnold, Dan De Luca
COMEDY/HORROR – A horror comedy anthology. Imagine if you’re just a kid and your substitute teacher shows up to read from her favorite book about clowns-puppets-princesses and superheroes. Except they are not as kid friendly as you would expect. As a matter of fact they are horrifying.

WHAT?

Directed by Alek Lev
COMEDY – WHAT? is a black and white, silent (and signing) comedy about a struggling deaf actor, sick of agreeing to increasingly humiliating tasks just to get a role, who decides to take matters into his own – hands.

Outsource

Directed by John Stephen Baltazar
ACTION – A police chief hires an old friend, who is an international spy, to help him search for a wanted suspect in the Philippines. But when the chief dies and the evidence points to the spy, all hell breaks loose.

Me, Myself, and Di

Directed by Chris Green
COMEDY – After winning the ‘trip of a lifetime’ to a caravan park in Rhyl, North Wales, unlucky in love Northener, Janet, is ready for a holiday romance. Unfortunately, taking the advice of her best friend, Diana – that she should pretend to be the opposite of who she actually is in order to find love – doesn’t quite lead to the happily ever after that Janet was hoping for.

Infrared Dreams

Directed by Terrell Lamont
HORROR/THRILLER – In the not too distant future, a captive woman undergoes psychological and emotional testing by her abductor. As she tries to escape, she learns that he may not be her biggest concern.

Across the Rails

Directed by Damian Fitzsimmons
DRAMA/COMEDY – Across the Rails is the coming-of-age story of three young men in a backwater seaside town. It’s 1972, not long after the ‘summer of love’, the Age of Aquarius may be coming to an end but “freedom” is still the byword of existence. Chris, Liam, and Manny are floating aimlessly only peripherally aware that there is “more” out there. Equally lovable as they are inept, they decide to open a bar without any previous ability or concept of what it takes. Through the trials and tribulations of their journey, they come to discover who they are as individuals and what they really want in life.

The Adventures of the Crystal Skull

Directed by Deanna Dewey
ADVENTURE/FAMILY – On a school trip at the local museum, class troublemaker Scott Collins experiences a bizarre psychic connection with one of its artifacts – a skull. The creepy skull allows him to for-see his grandmother’s death. Of course, nobody believes him, passing it off as one of his usual tales. But after gran dies suddenly, his younger sister, Trish, for whom he shares a mutual contempt, is stunned to learn that her brother’s premonition was true.

Seize the Night

Directed by Gene Blalock
SCI-FI/DRAMA – Over the course of one night, a whirlwind romance between a drug dealer and an underground singer takes them both on a collision course with a dangerous new mind-control drug. As the couple’s wild night takes them through the Los Angeles underground, they discover that each of them is hiding a secret from the other and that one of them will die before the sun rises.

Reinventing Rosalee

Directed by Lillian Glass
DOCUMENTARY – Rosalee Glass, a former Holocaust survivor taken prisoner to a Siberian gulag during WWII transforms her destiny. In her 80s she begins an acting career, in her 90s wins a Senior beauty pageant and dares to ride Alaskan Sled dogs at 100.

If She Screams

Directed by Stephen Garnett
HORROR/THRILLER – Kassi’s friend takes her to a farm, up in the hills of Northern California, but when all hell breaks loose, she will be put through a gauntlet of terror, and fight to make it off the mountain alive.

Cerebrum

Directed by Arvi
SCI-FI/DRAMA – A test subject at a memory research lab commits a crime he cannot remember.

Mount Adams

Directed by Phillip Wade
ADVENTURE – A team of UFO investigators find themselves fighting for survival as alien monsters hunt them on the slopes of Mount Adams.

About Hope

Directed by David D. Dietrich
FAITH BASED/COMEDY – Ace photographer Thomas McKenzie’s been seeking the perfect girl his entire life – yet when two women simultaneously capture his interest, he learns he may not have been seeking the kind of love which truly makes us whole.

The Final Voyage

Directed by Marcel Barion
SCI-FI – Two outlaws on the run encounter an old abandoned spaceship in the desert. In the last minute they escape their pursuers into space and set off in search of a new home. More and more, however, they are drawn into fundamentally different directions. While Adem discovers the ship’s enigmatic past, Novak is increasingly drawn into the spell of a hypnotic power.

Chinese Speaking Vampires

Directed by Randy Kent
ACTION/COMEDY – A desperate actor becomes a vampire and uses his new powers to land a movie role and the girl, but then must choose between life and the undead.

Hamlet/Horatio

Directed by Paul Warner
DRAMA – Hamlet/Horatio is a retelling of the classic Shakespeare tale from the point of view of Horatio.  The film celebrates the power of love to transcend corruption and evil driven by Horatio’s mission to keep Hamlet’s spirit alive, even after death.