A rookie drag queen, torn between his precarious future as a queer artist and the comfortable life he's come to know, escapes to the country, where he finds his grandmother in steep decline yet desperate to avoid the local nursing home.
Philip J. Connell
SELFIE is a PG13 action comedy that embodies MEAN GIRLS in a Tarantino tone targeting the centennial market that will encapsulate and define the pop culture of our decade, with the feel of Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens.
There is just one citizen standing in the way of famous entrepreneur-turned-politician Fatty Bonati's total subjugation of the Big City: a diminutive, unimpressive vigilante known as "The ... See full summary »
In the late 1940s, Soviet researchers kept four patients awake for thirty days using an experimental gas-based stimulant. The researchers were cut off from the world and asked to do a ... See full summary »
Eva De Dominici,
In 1967, two sisters are abandoned and raised by grandparents in the town of Fireside. Humor, heartbreak and triumph are served with whipped cream and lots of local nuts in this heartwarming tale of family, friendship and forgiveness.
Hannah, a burnt out, mega-music star, returns to her small Northern Michigan hometown of Lost Heart, for her estranged father's funeral. There she will confront the ghosts of her past and perhaps find her peace and balance once again.
Army Ranger Sgt. Rock Hard must rescue his fiancé from the clutches of a demented scientist Dr. Zennheiser. But so far, this madman's failed experiments are turning his kidnap victims into--what else? Zombies.
In order to lighten up her uptight family, the free-spirited daughter of a conservative politician brings weed-infused salad dressing to their Christmas Eve dinner. Chaos ensues when everyone gets unknowingly high, revealing the family's innermost secrets.