Twilight's Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene re-team in a story of young love and the values that can be learned through a shared passion for sport. In shock and denial over his Marine father’s death in combat, high school lacrosse star Conor Sullivan (Kellan Lutz) starts acting out in self destructive ways until he’s kicked off the team and sent to a wilderness lacrosse camp run by his dad’s combat buddy (Adam Beach). Strengthened by the support and understanding of his new found love (Ashley Greene) and though a deep understanding of the game and its Native American roots, he opens his eyes to the true meaning of sportsmanship, love and life.
ALL KILLER - NO FILLER. A feature-length collection of great & award winning short horror films from indie filmmakers just in time for a Happy Halloween... and a Scary Christmas! This is the good stuff. These short horror films caused a buzz on the festival circuit. If you saw them the first time you know what we mean. If you missed them, you can enjoy them now — for the first time. So turn down the lights and dig in for your own private horror film festival. Vol 2 includes Gnaw, Hell's Habit, Human No More, The Kooky Kastle, Legend of the Seven Bloody Torturers, Out of the Darkness, The Room, The Strain, and Trick or Treat.
Few mythic figures have ever captured the imagination, nor been as enduringly popular, as Dracula, made famous in Irishman Bram Stoker’s 1897 gothic novel and sparking the earliest pop culture fascination with vampire folklore. But much confusion surrounds Count Dracula, the fictional vampire, and Vlad “Tepes (The Impaler)” Drăculea III (1431-1476), the voivode, Old Slavonic, meaning “one who leads warriors.” A real-life royal, many believe that Vlad III’s violent, six-year rule of Romania and now-familiar surname inspired the famed, fanged figure. Separating fact from fiction, Dracula: The Vampire and the Voivode – filmed in Transylvania, Whitby, London and Dublin – was produced in association with the Transylvanian Society of Dracula and features interviews with the leading experts on the subject. Sink your teeth into this intriguing examination of one of the world’s most infamous legends with an unprecedented look at: visits to Stoker’s hometown of Dublin and his (and Dracula’s) London haunts; a vivid account of the real-life count’s arrival in the seaside town of Yorkshire; Vlad III’s reign of terror; debunking the association between any Dracula (a common surname in the former countries of Yugoslavia) and the iconic Castle Bran; retracing Vlad III and Count Dracula’s footsteps through Romania; and a look at how Stoker (who never visited Transylvania) left an indelible impression of Romania on the world. Directed by Michael Bayley Hughes and narrated by Jason Walford Davies.
Get an unprecedented look inside the adult industry in a way that it has never been portrayed before. Largely improvised with only two people privy to the “secret” - that a fictional movie was being made using the players, crew, and settings of the adult movie industry as its background. Outside of the Lead Actors, the rest of the cast is made of people working in the adult industry -- playing themselves and shot on the soil of Pornoland itself. This is as real as sex gets! Ethan’s a Canadian Television Director trying to make it in Hollywood. Having a hard time finding work, he takes a job in the porn industry to make a little money. He ends up more interested in the adult world than anybody thought he would – especially his fiancée. Is it really just for the money? What’s happening to his “mainstream” career? What does directing porn really mean to him? How far is he going to go into this world and will he ever leave? What toll could this take on his relationship and upcoming wedding?
Notorious Metro Valley gangster Jonas Caine has a plan, and he needs a giant-lizard robot to steal some very special diamonds. Genius drug addict Dr. Thadeous Price has one: a Remote-Operated, Nocturnally Aggressive, Lizard Device (R.O.N.A.L.D.). R.O.N.A.L.D. can change from gigantic to palm-sized with the push of a button, and Price has the prototype literally in his pocket when two beat cops stop him after a drug deal. Things go terribly, violently wrong and Price has to destroy his precious creation. Now he has no choice but to reconstruct it in record time or face the wrath of Caine. Everything converges on a spectacular diamond heist, where bullets fly, police airships attack, explosions explode, and by the end of an epic, action-packed car chase, you WILL believe a lizard can drive!
AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits is a feature length collection of great & award winning short horror films by independent filmmakers. This is the good stuff. These short horror films caused a buzz on the festival circuit — then vanished. If you saw them the first time you know what we mean. If you missed them, you can enjoy them now — for the first time. From a dark, cautionary tale (The Crypt Club with Alison Pill from Milk, Pieces of April, and Dear Wendy) to gallows humour on the job (Ghost Busted); from the grotesque otherworld of H.P. Lovecraft (The Veil) to today’s outbreak fears (The Ninth Entry); from the stylishly bizarre (My Skin! with Tony Simmons from Human No More and Carnie) and the chillingly macabre (Oculus) to the dire family survival drama (Old Friends from Kevin Greutert, editor of the SAW films and The Strangers). We’ve resurrected these great short indie horror films. So turn down the lights and dig in for your own private horror film festival.
There are people on the moon. They are from the future. They run our government.
A secret government lab run by Dr. Hess (Art LaFleur) has been trying to create the ultimate killer using the DNA of infamous killers Jeffrey Dahmer (Ford Austin) and John Wayne Gacy (Randal Malone), but there's one big problem: they've escaped! Bloody mayhem stretches across the United States as they go on the ultimate killing spree. Trying to stop the maniacal madness is Ringo (Ford Austin), a hick warrior being trained by God (Harland Williams), using only a shotgun and a bottle of whiskey. In his road trip to hell, he must first fight off his own demons, not to mention an army of Japanese ninjas and a Super-serial killer (Ethan Phillips)! It all leads up to the ultimate showdown! Distributed by Tubemogul.
Harvard Psychologist Daniel Gilbert discusses whether you can believe in predestination and free will at the same time, in this outtake from the documentary the Nature of Existence. www.thenatureofexistence.com Distributed by Tubemogul.
Neurologist Andy Newberg talks about the origin of the divine voices people hear, in this outtake from the documentary the Nature of Existence. www.thenatureofexistence.com Distributed by Tubemogul.