With the world on edge and under lockdown, the satirical and highly controversial action-thriller movie “The Hunt” finally made its way to audiences.
Delayed after two mass shootings last year and a barrage of debate from the President himself, the film released in theaters on March 13th – the very day the United States began announcing stay at home orders due to COVID-19. This forced Universal to pivot the film to an early digital release the following week, setting it up as possibly the most disrupted release in motion picture history.
Spring is just around the corner which means romance is in the air. Only this year there’s a ghostly twist with the new tragic love story feature film, “Just One More Kiss.”
The story centers around Abby and Max, a happily married couple torn apart after a freak accident. His ghost returns to help her heal, giving them a second chance to be together. But, saying goodbye a second time might be harder than either imagined.
The ethereal film marks a feature debut by notable romance novelist Faleena Hopkins, who writes, directs and stars opposite her ghostly soulmate portrayed by Patrick Zeller...
Expecting parents often worry about their unborn child and hope that their new baby will arrive happy and healthy.
Typically, they’re not worried about what color their newborn will be upon entering the world. But, that is exactly the complex situation presented in Will McFadden's new indie feature film, ‘Doubting Thomas,’ inspired by true events.
White couple, Jen (Sarah Butler) and Tom (McFadden), are excited to welcome their new baby boy into the world, there's just one unexpected problem -- the boy is black. As suspicion is raised that family friend Ron (Jamie Hector) might be the...
The drug war on the US-Mexico border has escalated as the cartels have begun trafficking terrorists across the US border. To fight the war, federal agent Matt Graver re-teams with the mercurial Alejandro.
In the era of the #MeToo movement, the new indie feature film “Spin The Plate” showcases a young woman searching to heal her heart while seeking justice.
Actor Becki Dennis stars as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse in the film which was based on Donna Anastasi’s award-winning novel “Spin The Plate.”
Directed by Eric R. Eastman and adapted for the screen by Tom Anastasi, the film recently made its world premiere at the Boston International Film Festival, attracting attention and earning awards, including a ‘Best Actress’ win for Becki.