From High Octane Pictures, the studio that brought you Clowntergeist and The Answer, comes another workout for your goosebumps, Sightings out 11/7.
When former Sheriff and skeptic of the paranormal, Tom Mayfield (Boo Arnold), encounters three dead bodies on his TX ranch, he must enlist the help of his conspiracy-theorist brother-in-law (Rawn Erickson II), a local surveillance expert (Dante Basco), and a renowned cryptozoologist (Stephanie Drapeau), in order to uncover who or what is behind these mysterious events.
While being pursued by the local detective (Kevin Sizemore) as a lead suspect for these deaths, Tom is forced to reconsider his preconceived ideas of what lies beyond our planet.
Ultimately, he must mend the estranged relationship with his daughter (Tahlia Morgan) and come to grips with the truth of his missing wife (Tiffany Heath), as he discovers the importance of community in survival and the belief in the unseen.
Dante Basco – Akiro Nagi Kevin Sizemore – Detective Brendan Pitney Boo Arnold – Tom Mayfield Tahlia Morgan – Hannah Mayfield Rawn Erickson – Rickey Haggard Jason J. Lewis – Deputy Brian LeMoine Stephanie Drapeau – Rebecca Otis Tiffany Heath – Lillian Haggard Mayfield
The Terminator meets Jessica Jones in Armstrong, available October 3 from Screen Media.
Orange is the New Black’s Vicky Jeudy leads an outstanding cast in an indie superhero adventure that’s equal parts action, intrigue, drama, sci-fi and heart.
On her first night as an EMT, Lauren, an ex-addict trying to atone for her brother’s death, is partnered with Eddie, a jaded cynic, exiled to the graveyard shift. Their first call, a mysterious warehouse explosion, sends them into the industrial wilderness outside of Los Angeles. On the way, they’re stopped by a wounded drifter: Armstrong. When trying to contact dispatch, they realize that their radio and cell phones aren’t working and they’re on their own. Once in the ambulance, Armstrong begins to exhibit strange behavior and becomes violent. Before they can get him out of the vehicle, a fanatical assassin violently attacks them. The soldier is hunting Armstrong and wants to kill anyone who comes in contact with him. Before he can finish off the EMTs, Armstrong saves them and defeats the soldier.
It is revealed that Armstrong is a high-tech vigilante on a key mission: to stop a murderous doomsday cult, The Fifth Sun, from detonating a series of nuclear devices underneath Los Angeles to cause catastrophic earthquakes. To complete his mission, Armstrong needs their help.
Pulled into this hidden world, Lauren must make difficult choices and overcome her personal demons to survive the night, help Armstrong carry out his mission and ultimately become the hero herself.
Vicky Jeudy – Lauren Shawn Parsons – Armstrong Jason Antoon – Eddie Christian Anderson – Harbinger
Director: Kerry Carlock, Nicholas Lund-Ulrich Writer: Kerry Carlock, Nicholas Lund-Ulrich
Three filmmakers embark on a paranormal challenge by barricading themselves in a house so haunted, no one has been able to live in for more than 21 days.
Max Hambleton – Jacob Anderson Whitney Rose Pynn – Shauna Roberts Mickey River – Kurt Eduardo Roman – Joe Anna Maganini – Lisa Thompson Geoffrey Rhue – Sheriff Bob D.J. Harner – Clarice Johnsen Kyle Villalovos – Jonathan Thompson
Director: Kathleen Behun Writer: Kathleen Behun
Mini Movie Review:
Lately I haven’t found to many good horror flicks on Amazon Prime but this one would be an exception. Defiantly worth the watch.
This movie is about 3 twenty-somethings that decide they want to say in a haunted home that no one has been able to live in for longer then 21 days in total. Not only do they decide to live in it for the amount of time they also have all the windows and doors boarded shut so there is no way to escape even if they wanted to.
Things go good for the trio for the first few days then things slowly start to spiral out of control and one of them begins to lose their mind.
If your looking for something good to watch and you are into found footage films, check this one out.