This story centers around Charlotte, a struggling young actress who can’t catch a break. In an effort to support herself and her hopeless mother, Charlotte holds a job as a cocktail waitress at a seedy, local strip club and hates every minute of it. During a cigarette break late one evening she witnesses an altercation between an overzealous bouncer and an unfortunate passerby, David. David makes movies and given Charlotte’s career interests a friendship quickly develops. Soon enough, David mentions a project he has in the works that she would be perfect for and an excited Charlotte agrees to take part. She has no idea what she has signed up for.
Set in the small coastal town of Bright Leaf, North Carolina, Pieces of Talent centers around Charlotte, a disillusioned aspiring actress that can barely get by. Charlotte catches a break when seemingly chance circumstances put her in contact with a local filmmaker, David Long. David and Charlotte form a quick friendship that leads to Charlotte landing the starring role in David’s newest project. David quickly becomes obsessed with Charlotte and begins building his bloody masterpiece. David is a happily obsessed individual willing to do whatever it takes to make “true art.” He utilizes his charm and skills to make something dark and deranged seem utterly beautiful and loving.
Dustin Mill’s The Ballad of Skinless Pete, follows the story of a scientist on the verge of a medical breakthrough. Dr. Pete Peele, believes he has found the cure for cancer in the stomach of a parasitic worm. Desperate to prove his finding to be true in order to save himself from his own skin […]
The Battery (2012) Starring: Jeremy Gardner, Adam Cronheim Writer & Director: Jeremy Gardner Synopsis: Two former baseball players, Ben and Mickey, cut an aimless path across a desolate New England. They stick to the backroads and forests to steer clear of the shambling corpses that patrol the once bustling cities and towns. In order […]
Who doesn’t love a good Australian horror movie? If you’re unfamiliar with the term “Ozploitation”, you should really check out the amazing documentary, “Not Quite Hollywood”. If you’ve managed to miss all of these golden genre movies from the land down under, it will be quite the eyeopening experience. Just remember to grab a pen […]
Anne Bobby, star of Clive Barker’s Night Breed, Born on the 4th of July, and Happiness has just signed on to director Corey Norman’s, newest horror film, The Hanover House. Anne will be playing alongside actor Brian Chamberlain, Showtime’s Dexter: The Dark Defender. Returning from his father’s funeral, Robert Foster is faced with the unimaginable; […]
Just when you thought it was safe to go into the woods, writer/director Eamon Hardiman brings us an all-new chapter in the legacy of West Virginia’s pig faced psychopath Porkchop in Porkchop 2: Rise of the Rind. Following a new kid in town named Simon who just happened to of moved into Porkchop’s old house […]
Before we dive into the first installment of “Now & Then”, I want to just take a few moments to explain exactly what it is. In “Now & Then” movies, both horror and non-horror will be analyzed from the point of view of seeing the film at a younger age and then the point of […]
“The Super” is a gritty independent serial killer shocker from Writers/Directors Evan Makrogiannis and Brian Weaver. The story follows George, a Vietnam vet who is the superintendent of an apartment building in the New York City Borough of Queens. George doesn’t have much anymore. Occasional nights at the bar with the younger brother of one […]