Feature Films: 2010

As Good As Dead

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Directed/Written by Douglas Raymond; Produced by Matthew Garvin

Drew’s luck seems to be turning when he inexplicably lands a prom date with the head cheerleader. Upon arriving at the dance, however, he finds his ex with the bully that beats him up every day, and gets shoved into a locker for his troubles. This turns into Drew’s salvation, however, when an evil tiara turns his date into a life-sucking bitch from hell, who decimates prom and raises her victims as a zombie army. Now, the only people left to fight are Drew’s hopelessly geeky friends, and their sketchy allies: the only people who didn’t go to the dance.

100 min

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Born of Hope

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Written by Paula DiSante; Directed/Produced by Kate Madison

Born of Hope is a prequel to The Lord of the Rings. This hour long original drama is set in the time before the War of the Ring and tells the story of the Dúnedain, the Rangers of the North, before the return of the King. Inspired by the appendices Tolkien wrote for The Lord of the Rings, we follow Arathorn and Gilraen, the parents of Aragorn, from their first meeting through a turbulent time in their people’s history, struggling for survival in a lonely wilderness as a dark force bends its will toward their destruction.

71 min

Doctor “S” Battles the Sex Crazed Reefer Zombies: The Movie

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Written by Bryan Ortiz, Evan Boston, James Hartz; Directed by Bryan Ortiz; Produced by Bryan Ortiz, Michael Druck

In a quiet American town a small group of scientists have unwittingly unleashed a horrible force.

Mary Jane, the all American sweetheart, parks on Make Out Hill with her boyfriend Billy. He smokes some reefer and is suddenly transformed into a sex- crazed reefer zombie.  That’s right: A sex-crazed reefer zombie. Just as Billy lunges forward he is pulled out of the car and destoryed. Mary Jane looks at her brutal savior, Dr. S.

Dr S. battles his way back to the city vowing to set things right, while dragging Mary Jane behind him.

What follows is a blood-soaked, fight-filled, extravaganza of pain, gore, and butchery that will bring an uncertain end for Crystal Oaks and the world as we know it.

80 min

Horrible Turn

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Written by Chance McClain, Frank Bullington; Directed by Chance McClain, Kevin Ryan; Produced by Chance McClain, Joey Wright, Kevin Ryan, Tony Moles, Frank Bullington

Set sometime in the 1990s, Horrible Turn serves as an unofficial prequel to the 2008 Internet sensation, Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog (Joss Whedon). Billy Buddy is a geeky, socially awkward whiz kid with lofty ambitions of changing the world…for the better. His dreams of living happily ever after with his Aussie dream girl, Katie Kitty, are jeopardized when a group of super-villains calling themselves the ‘Evil League of Evil’ threaten to attack the school. Billy must reluctantly recruit his brash and self-absorbed schoolmate, Kenny Hammerstein, to help derail the terrorists’ evil plots. Horrible turn is a comedy/musical chronicling the transformation of the innocent, naive Billy Buddy into the low-rent, hard-luck bad-guy, Dr. Horrible.

62 min

Pushin’ Up Daisies

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Written by Patrick Franklin, Robert Wagstaff; Directed by Patrick Franklin; Produced by Patrick Franklin, Andy Rusk

Darren, a fearless, but inept, young filmmaker, returns to his small Georgia hometown to make a documentary about flowers and their significance at the major stages of human life: birth, death, marriage, etc. By shadowing his older brother Rusty, who delivers flowers for a living, Darren hopes to capture raw truth and reality. But, Rusty has no desire to be filmed, and finding a professional crew in Tokyo, Georgia is no easy task. Yet, Darren soon finds that these are the least of his problems when zombies (yes, zombies!) begin taking over the world and threatening his artistic vision. Nevertheless, Darren is not one to give up easily; he vows to finish his documentary as he envisioned it, by filming around the zombies and pretending that nothing out of the ordinary is actually happening.

86 Min

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