UTA is out with RESURRECTION PARK by Alexander Cadiff & Cameron Dupuy. In a remote national park known for its otherworldly ability to reconnect the living with the dead, a troubled Park Ranger attempting to escape the trauma of his past takes up shop during the off-season.
America’s first female Vice President finds herself besieged on Air Force One by evil, depraved bloodsuckers. Oh yeah, and there are a bunch of vampires onboard too. When the red eye from Moscow to DC is overrun, she has to take on the fanged terrorists to save her family… and the free world.
Logline: A business professional’s rare night on the town turns into a deadly fight for survival when she’s abducted by a man posing as a rideshare driver, taking her for a wild ride through a crime-filled scape of silent, rusting factories, and broken dreams.
Logline: Nick drives his grumpy grandfather to the dark winter forests of Canada believing he wants to bid farewell to his best friend, who is terminally ill… But in reality, grandpa Melvin is on a personal journey to finally capture the notorious serial killer he hunted for years when he was an active hard-boiled police detective. PRISONERS meets DON’T BREATHE
Two years after a free solo accident nearly kills Hillary Hall, she enlists the help of her old climbing partners to document her comeback — the “first ascent” of 4,000 foot “virgin” rock wall in rural China. During the harrowing climb, Hillary struggles with her inner demons and supernatural forces, as it slowly becomes clear that this mountain does not want to be conquered.
She thought she’d be safe in the country, but you can’t escape your own nightmares, and Lis London dreams repeatedly that someone is trying to kill her. Lis thinks she’s being paranoid – after all who would want to murder her? She doesn’t believe in the local legends of witchcraft. She doesn’t believe that anything bad will really happen to her. You never do, do you? Not until you’re alone in the woods, after dark – and a twig snaps… Hollow Pike – where witchcraft never sleeps.
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.