September 1941. In a turn of events young lovebirds Kostya and Nastya find themselves on board of a barge that will evacuate people from sieged Leningrad. At night the barge gets into the ... See full summary »
'The Wind of Al Amal' explores the complicated struggle and fragmented stories of some Iraqi refugees and exiled as some of them attempt to integrate themselves into the American landscape ... See full summary »
Hello, my name is Batlir, not Butler. I'm not actually overweight, I just have some excess in a certain area....It is told in Anatolia that, the baby looks like whatever the mother craves ... See full summary »
An international group of film students finds a disturbing video clip on the dark web which seems to contain poltergeist phenomena. Agreed that it's just what they need for their latest ... See full summary »
That creepy doll Charlotte is back with all new tales of shock and disgust. Charlotte takes you on an otherworldly journey of frightening tales of unspeakable terror that will thrill you and chill you.
A geology field trip into the remote Bear Claw wilderness area turns into a nightmare for a group of college students as they find themselves prey to a viscous man-beast the locals call The Shadow of Death.
Jules and Louis, hustlers and jazz musicians struggle to create a hit when a black-Hispanic escort named Ruby interrupts their lives distracting their music and causing Louis to fight his friend's debts away.
For the purposes of a thematic historical reference, most of the action supposedly takes place in Elba, New York. The city limit sign seen at the start of the film shows it has a population of 2,370, but the locations (such as a large shopping mall) are clearly in a much more populous town. Some identifiable settings are in more urbanized areas over 300 miles from the real Elba. It's acceptable for films to create a fictional version of a real town, but they should have changed the population sign to make it more consistent with the chosen locations. See more »