A seventeen-year-old gang member is convicted of murder and sentenced to live with a family that has lost their son to violent crime.
Violent crime is out of control, regularly committed by juvenile offenders without remorse. Proposition 432, a new crime law, provides promise by sentencing perpetrators 17 & under to live with a family which has lost a member to violent crime. Juan Sanchez, a teenage gangbanger, is assigned to live with a bereavement family, the Romero’s, after they lose their only son to gang violence. Juan expects his stay with the Romero’s to be a cake-walk, but soon finds that living among those left behind has overwhelming consequences.
Zayvian, a troubled teenager, is guilty over the death of his twin brother. He repeatedly acts out, attempting to gain the attention of his parents and, ultimately, seeking absolution for the murder. Faced with a life or death dilemma, Zayvian’s ultimate decision will impact the lives of eight other boys from the neighborhood. 59 Seconds is a haunting coming of age story about one young man’s attempt to reclaim lost hope.Zayvian, a troubled teenager, is guilty over the death of his twin brother. He repeatedly acts out, attempting to gain the attention of his parents and, ultimately, seeking absolution for the murder. Faced with a life or death dilemma, Zayvian’s ultimate decision will impact the lives of eight other boys from the neighborhood. 59 Seconds is a haunting coming of age story about one young man’s attempt to reclaim lost hope.
Love is out there… Way out there.
Walter Kipling is an introverted yet determined inventor at Zspace Industries with a dream of being a hero in space exploration. When he's passed over for a fellowship on an upcoming launch in favor of the beautiful Katherine White, Walter returns to his daily grind in the math lab. But when Shuttle 9 goes missing, Walter and his childhood solar-powered space helmet may be Katherine's only chance for coming back to Earth alive. Walter will have one desperate last chance to be the "somebody" he dreamed.
Set amidst the violent and turbulent 1870’s California Gold Rush, EULA JANE SEELEY is left to fend for herself after the tragic death of her mother. Eula falls for JACK RIVERS, a young Native American. This sparks the jealousy of one her suitors who is filling her with false hopes of marriage. Now she must grow up quickly and make difficult choices while trying not to endanger herself and those around her.
Ali wants to be a boxer but there is one glaring obstacle: He is blind. A boxing coach believes in him but his mother and the boxing community feel Ali will only succeed in getting hurt. Unconcerned about their opinions, Ali continues to train for a fight, feeling his dream and desire matters most of all.
Note: This is the world's first boxing film in which a blind actor in real life has played the role of a boxer.
A popular ghost-hunting show, "America's Most Haunted," has questionable methods, "proof" that does not hold up to careful scrutiny, and a crew that doesn’t believe in ghosts. However, on their next assignment, the AMH crew is about to discover something unusual -- a place that may actually be haunted.
A revenge thriller where “Single White Female” meets “Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde.”
Millie, a shy introverted virgin, is drugged and seduced by her housemates. Awaking without any memory, Millie is confronted by Internet sex tapes of her night of wanton passion. Humiliated and confused, she turns to hypnotist Dr Webster who is able to free her memories. Her alter ego is also set free – unleashing the wild and sexy Carmilla Hyde.
A new town. A new life. A hopeful future. And a past that won’t let go.
Leaving behind a troubled past and an ex-husband in prison, Anneliese begins a fresh start. She takes her son, Bryce, out of the city and they move to the small town of Pine Cove.
While Bryce has trouble adjusting to his new school, Anneliese makes a friend in Jeff who helps her get a job and takes Bryce under his wing. But Anneliese’s secret begins to unravel when her ex-husband is released from prison and arrives in Pine Cove intent on taking his boy back home.
What happens when a gay-bashing youth serves community time in an AIDS hospice
“Coming of Age” explores the world of an AIDS hospice through the eyes of an intolerant youth.
Stevie is apprehended in a gay-bashing and sentenced to serve community time in an AIDS hospice. At first, Stevie is intent of doing as little as possible but he is soon confronted with the reality of AIDS.
Gradually, he befriends Will, a patient who becomes a mentor to him. Their friendship is put to the test as Will learns of the gay-bashing incident.
As Stevie begins to overcome his homophobia, the receptionist, Sonya, sees that there is a different side to him. Meanwhile, outside of the hospice, Stevie’s best friend doesn’t like the change that has come over his friend.
Evil needs a backup plan.
In an effort to set his life straight, Kenny Zemacus gains custody of his high-functioning autistic brother, Mark -- who has been in a care home since their mother's death fifteen years ago. When Kenny reluctantly brings Mark on a museum catering gig, Mark unwittingly entangles them in a dangerous heist involving the museum's mysterious showpiece -- the silver Coin of Judas -- and a murderous satanic cult. The two brothers are propelled into the cult's demonic world and are forced to face the depths of their own dark past.
On an orbital space platform, a three-man crew picks up a strange object. It appears to be a living seed of some sort. When the seed is touched, a strange pulse rings out, causing a global brown-out on Earth.
To most, the brown-out is merely a momentary nuisance. However, JUDITH and a small group of strangers are drastically affected. They slowly realize they are perhaps not what they seem and begin to feel they are actually members of a stranded alien race, living on Earth disguised as humans. They band together to seek out the secret of the seed that may present a way back home.
“The Shining” meets “Insidious”. Maddie Usher is the single mother of Jonah, a mute autistic boy who can only communicate through imagery. In an effort to change their quality of life, Maddie purchases an old house in the quiet suburbs. Upon moving into the empty Dutch colonial, Jonah's demeanor completely changes. The young boy's behavior becomes violent and his savant-like skills at drawing reveal a preoccupation with the form of a terrifying man. Soon Maddie realizes the problem lay not within Jonah, but within the house itself.