Independent film producer Ryan M. Murphy just got back to Vancouver to commence two film productions.
The residents of Willowcrest Court like to think of themselves as progressive and “woke”, but when a sober living home moves down the street, they do everything in their power to stop it. After the neighborhood comes under attack from vicious, subterranean creatures, the residents soon realize that the home they so desperately tried to shut down might be the only safe place left, and its inhabitants the only ones with the fortitude to protect them.
Set in a recording studio in the 1920’s, over the course of one afternoon, a group of musicians and the legendary blues singer Ma Rainey record several songs as they discuss the questions of prejudice and the problems facing black people in American society.
After she’s caught lying to her mother about being engaged a 32-year-old interior designer wakes up the next day to discover she suddenly has the ability to see the entire lifespan of any potential relationship with just one kiss. Think “27 Dresses“ meets ”Groundhog Day”.
The Boy’s Club follows first-year female associate Alex Vogel as she navigates her way through a top Manhattan law firm. She quickly becomes seduced by the allure of NYC high-life that is offered by big paychecks and elite status, while having to confront the limitation of male privilege that is still very much alive in 2019
A taut thriller set in the Pacific Northwest about a simple act of turning a key in the door of a storage unit, and changing someone’s life forever. The first-person narrator, a woman who gives her name only as “Jane,” has a very minimalist way of expressing herself that is unlike my style for any novel to date.
Jill, an ex-soldier with a troubled past, holds the key to a cure in the form of her own daughter after a sudden global event takes away humankind’s ability to sleep. The question is, can she safely deliver her daughter and save the world before she herself loses her mind?
Hurricane Holdout Julie Mills, who lost her husband two years ago, refuses to evacuate from her dream home during the most dangerous storm in a decade. As the storm worsens, Julie must defend her home against mother nature, a band of looters, and something much more sinister that arrives with the Hurricane.
When Will and Sadie Foust inherit a house on a small, remote island off the coast of Maine, they jump at the chance to make a fresh start with their family. But their eerie new home comes with some challenges, including caring for their 16-year-old orphaned niece, who proves as unwelcoming as their new surroundings. When a neighbor turns up dead, the entire tight-knit
island community rallies against the Fousts, who learn that they can’t escape the secrets of their past.