Comedy/Romantic Comedy |
Olivia Hussey (Romeo & Juliet), William Atherton (Die Hard 1&2), Sean Young (Blade Runner), Dee Wallace Stone (ET), Udo Kier (Suspiria), Mark Margolis (Requiem for a dream)
Andrew van den Houten
In this terrifying story, 25 year old Alex must stop the blood thirsty demons from his nightmares from invading his world and savagely killing everyone he knows.
International rights available
Roselyn Sanchez, Bret Roberts, Danny Trejo, Evan Dexter Parke, Derek Hamilton, Brandi Emma
"Inspired by true events, director Chris Fisher's haunting and visually inspired debut, Nightstalker, tells the tale of horrors that take place when the sun sets over the city of Los Angeles. Twilight ushers a demon into the mind of Richard Ramirez, aka the Nightstalker, and sends him raging through the city streets, spastic on crack cocaine, contorted by paranoia, and mauling random women in bouts of bloody, satanic sadism. Ramirez's misogynistic crimes particularly incense Gabriella Martinez, an exceptionally beautiful rookie detective who cares for her doddering, religious-fanatic mother at home and struggles with sexism from her colleagues at work. As the Nightstalker slithers in and out of East Los Angeles homes, Martinez's keen instincts keep her hot on his trail, and as she draws closer to capturing the menacing beast, she finds she must confront her own life choices and question the existence she has created for herself. The scintillating Roselyn Sanchez brings to life a new kind of heroine as the sexy and enigmatic detective Martinez, while Bret Roberts gives us a chillingly memorable human monster as the murderous Ramirez in this richly stylized psycho-horror film. Chris Fisher's indelible Nightstalker may haunt you well after you turn your lights out tonight." -Shari Frilot, Sundance Film Festival
US Distribution: Columbia Tristar - over $4.5 million in rentals to date
Some Guy Who Kills People
Horror Comedy, 2011
Kevin Corrigan, Barry Bostwick, Karen Black, Lucy Davis, Ariel Gade, Leo Fitzpatrick
Ken Boyd, fresh out of the mental hospital, has returned to his small hometown, where he works at the ice cream parlor, and lives with his mother. When not scooping ice cream for his bully of a boss or dealing with his mom's incessant insults, Ken spends his time either drawing, or trying to kill each of the guys he deems responsible for his miserable life. However, carrying out his murderous plan becomes more difficult for Ken when his estranged daughter shows up, eager to get to know her father. Further complicating matters is the Town Sheriff, who is hot on Ken's trail, and sleeping with Ken's mom.
Lance Henriksen and Andrea Roth
A team of experts sets out to search the remote forests of the Pacific Northwest for a lost company plane carrying a valuable DNA testing machine. What they find is far more terrifying than anything they could imagine, as a creature of mythic size and menace begins to hunt them. Their rescue efforts become a race for survival as they confront a beast whose very existence is one of the world’s great mysteries.
Patricia Clarkson, Jake Weber, John Speredakos
A blue Volvo makes its way through the fading light this chilly winter evening in Upstate New York. Kim, George, and their eight-year old son, Miles, are city dwellers stealing a weekend away at a friend’s country farmhouse. But a fluke accident sets off a chain of events that alters their lives forever and conjures up the ferocious spirit of the Wendigo, a Myth made manifest in Miles’ imagination.
US Theatrical: Magnolia Pictures
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