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In our near future, a psychiatric first responder is forced to train his robot replacement and uncovers what appears to be a plot to cull back the human race.
A female-driven contained horror inspired by the infamous Indiana Demon House.
The true story of the little-known friendship between between political rivals John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon.
The director of the SXSW hit Tragedy Girls co-wrote the low-budget thriller with writing partner Chris Hill, and they have an impressive benefactor in the man who created one of the most successful independent film companies.
While home alone, a young boy must protect his house from unknown invaders.
The untitled project follows a rookie African-American female cop whose body cam records her fellow Detroit police officers murdering several drug dealers. Her colleagues hunt her down in order to destroy the incriminating footage, while the dealers’ gang comes after her too, demanding answers.
Follows a rookie African American female cop whose body cam records her fellow Detroit police officers murdering several drug dealers. Her colleagues hunt her down in order to destroy the incriminating footage, while the dealers’ game comes after her too, demanding answers.
The story is under wraps but is pitched as The Babadook meets The Sixth Sense.
Manipulated by his illiterate and grasping housekeeper who has tricked him into marriage and a brutish concierge, Peter Kien is forced out of his apartment – which houses his great library and one true passion – and into the underworld of the city.
The story of young Frank Sinatra and his complex relationship with bandleader Tommy Dorsey, who brought Sinatra to fame and eventually became his bitter adversary as Sinatra fought to become the first true pop star.
Horror guru John Carpenter, the visionary behind films like Halloween and The Thing, has inked an overall deal with Universal Cable Productions.
Story is being kept under wraps but will be based on the Silberman book of the same name.
Original pitch “The Steward” from Derek Kolstad has landed at Cristal Pictures. They will fully finance and produce with plans for the project to be the first installment of a potential franchise.
The storyline is being kept under wraps but is being pitched as the tale of two ordinary men in a small town who embark on an extraordinary adventure.
For Aster, boys are shapeshifters and girls are witches, no exceptions, but when danger threatens his home, will Aster use his witch magic to save the day?
The story of a boy growing up in a magical community where all men are trained as shapeshifters and all women as witches.
An interwoven tale that explores how love can play out in parallel universes if a couple were to meet at three different points in their lifetime. Tonally similar to (500) Days of Summer.
A free-spirited man from 1600s Salem is cursed by a witch to never age, and leaves a trail of broken hearts through history until meeting the girl of his dreams in modern day Los Angeles.
Something in the Water is about a woman whose life is on the upswing, marriage, a successful career, and then she’s thrown a curveball. One that will challenge not only her priorities but her ethics.