Written/Directed/Produced by Sharifa Williams
A divorced man retreats from the city when he phases in to his quiet apartment on Osiris Level, Unit 7D. One night he discovers a ghostly woman in his home – only to her, it is he who has appeared in her home.
Johcef and Phee live in a Phased Housing Project where tenants are separated by dimensional Levels. As the Levels fluctuate, Johcef is surrounded by more unwanted guests. The closest thing he has to a friend is Phee, a woman he offended the moment they met.
Written by Sam Carter & Evan Fowler; Directed by Sam Carter; Produced by Sam Carter & Eddie Stone
What evil lurks behind their googly eyes?
Stan Gable isn’t a bigot. He doesn’t hate anybody… except puppets. As a self proclaimed ‘fluff-o-phobe’, Stan’s worst nightmare comes true when a group of puppets move into the house across the street. As his suspicion turns to paranoia, Stan tries desperately to convince those around him that the puppets are up to something. Is Stan crazy, or is there something truly sinister about his cute and cuddly neighbors? A film chocked full of torture, bigotry, mutilation, terrorism, and adorable fuzzy puppets.
Written/Directed/Produced by Chuck Grieb
Down on his luck again, the likable and plucky, if opportunistic, knight, Sir Oliver, is on the run. Stumbling into the king’s receiving room, Sir Oliver finds the old monarch’s crown, left forgotten on the throne. Intrigued at this unique, valuable, and fragile find, the easily distracted Sir Oliver gives the crown a try to see how it sits on his head. Trouble quickly returns when a searching knight tracks down Oliver’s hiding place.
Written/Directed by David Marshall Silverman; Produced by David Marshall Silverman & Kelly Young Silvermann
Paulie Gugliata loves Chinese food. He especially digs his fortune cookie. One day, after his usual meal at his usual Chinese restaurant, something very unusual occurs: Paulie is stiffed on the cookie! Informed of a possible fortune cookie writers’ strike, tough guy Paulie flies from Newark, New Jersey to Decatur, Georgia to straighten things out, and what he finds down in Dixie will change his life forever.
Written by Whitney Baltz & Carolyn Burns; Directed by M. Shawn Lewallen; Produced by M. Shawn Lewallen, Whitney Baltz, Jon Baltz, Derek E. Tindall, Benedict R. Fancy, Shane Callahan, & Brad Walker
What would happen if The Zombie Apocalypse struck during your birthing class? See who thinks fast and runs faster to stay ahead of the walking dead.
Blair and Jackson don’t get along very well, but they are having a baby together and headed for Lamaze class. When a strange illness strikes many around them, they make a mad dash for their lives and that of their unborn child. You better be running the fastest as they continually must make the hard choices to save their little family. It’s The Zombie Apocalypse – welcome to the last day of the rest of your life.
Written/Directed by Patrick Rea; Produced by Patrick Rea & Ryan S. Jones
Neil Marshall is an everyday man trying to enjoy his Saturday afternoon, when his day is disrupted by two very pushy and creepy Girl Scouts selling cookies.
Written/Directed by Jacob Jester; Produced by Emily Peck
Chuck Bunbury is a pretty regular guy: suffers from anxiety, not too crazy about his job, dresses like an anthropomorphic chipmunk in his spare time…
Yes, Chuck is a Furry, and this year he and his buddy Thumper are entering his character—Durango Pennyfarthing, steampunk chipmunk—into Gryphon*Con’s costume contest. His main problem: an antagonistic dork named Loki, competitor in the competition and dead-set on defaulting the contest’s entry policy to ‘No Furries Allowed.’
With Loki, a moody celebrity guest star, and a torrent of less-than-Furry-friendly convention-goers, it’s up to two Furries to face the onslaught and defy convention!
Written/Directed by Steve Daniels; Produced by Jeff Rogers
In this dark, whimsical fantasy, a man travels deep into the forest to stop an ancient creature from creating cursed silverware that brings unhappiness to the world.
Written/Directed/Produced by Tyler Carter
A regular night of dream-delivering turns into a nightmare when an orphan’s book of Ancient Aztec Mythology comes alive.
Written/Directed/Produced by Paul Cheung
Do you remember when you were a kid, staring out of a rain-soaked window as the car sped down the highway, trying to imagine something beyond the dreary tarmac? Giants, planes, ninjas, dinosaurs, angels, meteors. Or something more; something with wings as wide as the sky…
Written/Directed/Produced by David Wilson
The Whitmore family escaped the collapse of civilization 20 years ago by moving into the middle of nowhere to live in a fully sustainable house they call Earthship. Now an adult, the youngest son wants to see what has become of the world, but the world is coming to them.
Written by David Lobatto; Directed by Adam Randall; Produced by Adam Randall, David Labatto, & Tamazin Simmonds
A billionaire heiress is brutally abducted and held for an impossible ransom. The police investigation at a dead end, it falls to Hennessey, a troubled private detective with a pathological disregard for his own safety, to find her. But, savagely attacked in his own office, Hennessey finds himself lying battered, bruised, and watched over by his sinister assailant. How will he be able to save both the kidnap victim and himself by the midnight deadline?
Written/Directed/Produced by Todd Miro
Charles has a problem. There’s something in his house scaring his family and it just won’t leave them alone. They’ve all heard voices, seen dark shapes moving in the shadows, felt that uneasy sensation of being watched. Charles enlists the help of his long-time buddy, Rob, to delve into the mystery of this unwanted guest and hopefully send it on its way. If they can somehow figure out what the entity is and what it wants, maybe they can all finally have some peace.
Written by Drew Nielsen, Justin Leggereit, Jacinta Goyne, & Joe Lewis; Directed by Drew Nielsen; Produced by Indianna Wren
In 1769, on a voyage to map uncharted land, five British sailors survive a shipwreck and find themselves washed ashore on a seemingly uninhabited island. Lead by Captain Charles E. Cromwell, the survivors venture into the jungle in search of food, shelter, and possible rescue. However, things take a turn for the worse when one of the crew encounters a strange young girl whose bite turns him into a member of the walking dead. Captain Cromwell and his men must fight to survive, and face the dangerous threat from within.
Written & Directed by Mathieu Saliva; Produced by Jean Claude Flaccomio & Mathieu Saliva
Twin brothers meet again after years of separation. One has been in prison while the other has settled into what appears to be normal family life. Connected not only by birth, but by years of swindles, their lives twist in one night, and soon identities are switched, secrets are revealed. and two strange grave-diggers offer surrealistic danger. In the tradition of 60’s French whodunit, Magic Kisa is a trap movie with wicked humor.
Written by Patrick Rea & Jon Niccum; Directed by Patrick Rea; Produced by Patrick Rea, Ryan Jones, & Jon Niccum
In the 1940s, Eve flees shadowy figures in the bleak metropolis where she has been surviving since they first arrived. Though now among the hunted, Eve is one of the lucky few to have avoided being dealt a dark fate by her pursuers. “It’s amazing how little is left after someone loses their soul,” she explains. “They feel nothing. No pain. No joy. Emptiness.” Vowing she won’t end up like the others, Eve attempts a daring escape from the city, armed with the one thing that still gives her life hope.
Written by Scott Hamilton & Peter J. Hamilton; Directed/Produced by Scott Hamilton
Held captive in a basement, a man is repeatedly beaten. As his torture intensifies, he breaks. His captors have won, but they’ve missed one little, bloody, thing…
Written/Directed/Produced by Andy Mogren
After his father was attacked by bears, the President declares war on bears! Outraged “Bearrorists” sneak onboard Air Force. It’s up to the commander in chief, the head of the secret service, and a flight attendant to regain control at 30,000 feet.
Written/Directed by Kate Tsang; Produced by Jacob Robinson & Jennifer Suhr
A young boy tries to escape his overbearing mother with the help of 2 imaginary friends.
Written/Directed by Jeremy Smith; Produced by Jamie Kassler
A pseudo-intellectual redneck with the gift of gab has 3 chances to save his job at his brother-in-law’s pawn shop, but can only seal one deal.