‘Howl’, is a werewolf movie satire about a detective, on the trail of a murderer in Hollywood, whose hours are seriously hindered by the fact he’s a werewolf. A young Affleck-ian type heartthrob has turned up dead on a movie set and it’s up to him to find the killer…. before the moon rises, of course.
The original takes place during World War I, where a German U-boat sinks a British ship and takes the survivors on board. After it takes a wrong turn, the submarine takes them to the unknown land of Caprona, where they find dinosaurs and neanderthals
What is more horrific than a Lifetime movie? Right! There aren’t many things. Home Invasion, starring Haylie Duff, C. Thomas Howell and Lisa Sheridan, was originally just that. It’s a simple story: Jade (Duff) wants to ruin Nicole’s (Sheridan) life because Nicole killed Jade’s boyfriend. Of course, this was in self defense after he and his buddy, Ray (Howell), broke into her home and threatened both Nicole and her foster daughter.
Home Invasion is basically a thriller in the realm of The Hand That Rocks The Cradle, but, as stated above, made for TV. For the most part, everything that Duff’s Jade does is a wee bit farfetched. Her antics range from poisoning the buffet at Nicole’s newly opened restaurant to burning the place down and planting evidence at Nicole’s house. Sure, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, but for Jade to pull of everything she does in the movie would take someone a bit more intelligent than the character that is presented. READ MORE
After a woman kills a home invasion robber in self-defense, his vengeful girlfriend befriends her at a crime victim support group and sets about trying to destroy her life.
Enter the dangerous and sexy world of the undead when vampires clash with mortals – and each other – in modern-day San Francisco. Five clans of urban vampires are known as the KINDRED, and in their terrifying embrace, one becomes forever young . forever beautiful . forever doomed. From the savagery in the premiere episode to the chilling climatic finale, the Kindred draws you into a mysterious realm of corruption, turf wars, forbidden liaisons, and inhuman hunger – in a spellbinding saga of erotic danger and otherworldly suspense!
When a virus is released in the Federal Building, causing employees to instantly become aggressive, a group of the uninfected must band together and fight to get out with their lives. But time is running out. The adrenal system of those infected has kicked into overdrive, and a government conspiracy threatens to take the building down.
Based on actual creatures that for years have tormented our armed forces in the Middle East, these creatures have now invaded the southwestern deserts of the United States. The Camel Spiders now freely hunt for prey, unafraid of any predator – including man. No place is safe no one is beyond their paralyzing sting. In the end, a small band of hearty fighters are forced to make one last stand against the creatures.
Mallrats star Jeremy London continues to test the waters of a directing career with The Devil’s Dozen, a film in which he also stars in alongside Eric Roberts, Danny Trejo, Jake Busey, C. Thomas Howell, Angie Everhart, Edward Furlong and Michael Madsen.
The thriller, which is being sold at AFM, has a pretty cool logline: “12 victims are trapped in a room. Their instructions are to find the guiltiest person in the room, and kill that person. Then repeat. The last person alive gets to leave.”
No art or images are available just yet. We’ll keep you posted. READ MORE
A young man who escaped the clutches of a murderous hitchhiker is subsequently stalked, framed for the hitcher’s crimes, and has his life made into hell by the same man he escaped.