Cutting Class (1989)

A series of murders coincides with the return of a young high school student in this pretty underrated slasher film with comic overtones. District attorney William Carson III is going on a hunting trip and gives his daughter Paula three simple rules: to do her homework, no boys at the house, and most important, no […]

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TRAILER: House on Rodeo Gulch

William Scherer unleashes a Hitchcockian tale with the trailer of his latest film, House on Rodeo Gulch. Uprooted from her childhood home in Texas by her father’s new job, seventeen-year-old Shani Peterson moves to California with her new step-mom, Denise. Their new home, located deep in the redwoods of Central California is a dream come […]

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The Confessions (2016)

Politics, religion, and death all mesh in this international film from director Roberto Andò. At a resort along the German coast, a G8 summit is gearing up between delegates from around the world. Representatives from the United States, Canada, Japan, Italy, Russia, Germany, the United Kingdom, and France have arrived along with a priest, Father […]

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TRAILER: The King’s Case Note

Korean historical action-comedy The King’s Case Note will be coming to the United States with the trailer arriving from CJ Entertainment. The film is set during the Joseon Dynasty, where power was persistently threatened by political and social tug-of-wars, often leading to crimes and cover-ups. King Yejong (Lee Sun-kyun), takes it upon himself to gather […]

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Shanghai (2010)

A murder mystery in the titular city at the heart of World War II is the basis for this average and somewhat predictable whose only asset is the ensemble cast. In 1941 Shanghai, Conner is an agent who has been murdered. To find out what has happened, the Embassy sends in Paul Soames, a Naval […]

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