Dead Silence – Starring Donnie Wahlberg, Ryan Kwanten, and more. A young man returns to his hometown to attend the funeral of his newlywed bride and figure out what happened to go so wrong. Little does he know about the haunted history of his town and the ghostly Mary Shaw and her dolls. After being hunted down, having her tongue cut out, and killer by the townspeople Mary’s ghost now haunts Raven’s Fair. If you see her and scream, it will be the last sound you ever make.
I Think I Love My Wife – Starring Chris Rock, Steve Buscemi, Kerry Washington, and Gina Torres in a romantic comedy about a man who has everything but wants more. Richard Cooper (Rock) is a businessman who has a beautiful wife, great children, and a wonderful job he’s also bored out of his mind so he fantasizes about every woman he sees. One day he’s put to the ultimate test and it will prove if he really does love his wife.
Premonition – Sandra Bullock and Julian McMahon star in this psychological thriller about a woman who becomes so very distraught when she learns her husband has died in an automobile accident. The sadness doesn’t last long as he is alive again the very next day and she realizes it was simply a foretelling of the future. She must now figure out what she has to do and when in order to keep her husband alive.
Behind The Mask: The Rise Of Leslie Vernon – Starring Nathan Baesel, Robert Englund, and many more in this mockumentary about the life of the horror movie serial killer. Leslie Vernon (Baesel) has hired a documentary film crew to follow him around as he explains the ins and outs of the slasher killers in horror movies. He also lets them along for the ride as he sets out to bring fear, terror, and death to the sleepy town of Glen Echo.
Nomad (The Warrior) – Kuno Becker, Jay Hernandez, Mark Alan Dacascos, Jason Scott Lee, Doshan Sholzhaxynov, and more star in this epic film set in 18th-century Kazakhstan. Nomadic tribes have made their homes in this land and have banded together to keep the opposition out, but times have changed. The tribes begin warring with each other for supremacy and one man sets out to stop them and bring peace.
The Wind That Shakes The Barley – Cillian Murphy and Padraic Delaney star as brothers in 1920 Ireland torn on either side of the British revolution. Teddy (Delaney) is fighting for his country in the vicious military group known as the Black and Tans. Damien stayed behind to finish his medical training but also witnessed some of the horrific actions of his brother’s fleet. As war breaks out, Damien joins the resistance pitting himself against his brother.