A suicidal young woman in a psych ward wakes up in the middle of the night to find a mysterious stranger in her room. As she struggles to unravel the mystery of the man's identity, she ... See full summary »
Frances Brennand Roper
Based on NY Times bestselling novel. In 1965 a white girl discovers the body of a lynched black man and suspects her friends' involvement. This culminates in an explosive showdown between her father, the KKK, and the black man she loves.
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Sean S. Cunningham
Jay Michael Ferguson
Two teens, both dealing with a harsh home life, find solace in friendship. Lisa is a timid soul, sulking in the loss of her loving mother. Jenny is a tough girl from the streets of Los ... See full summary »
Alyssa Elle Steinacker,
When an elite military aircraft crashes on her watch, a disgraced air traffic controller, determined to clear her name, eludes NSA and assassins to uncover a conspiracy that all leads back to the JFK assassination.
Debris from a tsunami delivers further devastation to a desperate treasure hunter.
Wonderfully creative and timed concept using the recent deadly tsunami of 2011. That force of nature delivers both hope and horror to a desperate and dejected treasure hunter as he finds a cursed samurai sword which ultimately takes control of him.
Good production quality in photography, sound, and sets. Excellent script which provides sufficient back story, character setup, and structure in less than 15 minutes--and even manages to squeeze in a bit of comic relief. The story clearly is viable as a series or full-length feature franchise.
I especially enjoyed the title treatment with the Japanese characters taking shape into the film title Debris.
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