7 Dias(7 Days)
Eduardo Arroyuelo, Martha Higareda, Jaime Camil, Sofia Vergara, Roberto D'Amico
Directed by: Fernando Kalife
An unlikely friendship develops between a small-time concert promoter and a mobster who work together against all odds to bring the band U2 to Monterrey, Mexico. (U2 performs in the film)
“Engaging and heartfelt”— Leonard Maltin
9th Ward Justice
Martin Bats Bradford, Samantha Beaulieu, Terence Rosemore, Morgan Glover
Directed by: Jason Affolder
Aurora, a musically gifted teenage girl from New Orleans’ 9th Ward, is torn between family loyalty and doing what she knows is right after discovering her older cousin has become a violent criminal.
Mark Harmon, Lola Glaudini, John Sandford (author)
Directed by: Chris Gerolmo
Television superstar Mark Harmon stars as Lucas Davenport, hero/anti-hero of John Sandford’s bestselling “Prey” series. When a cop is shot after witnessing the murder of the wife of a local real estate lawyer, Lucas Davenport is called to the scene. The police quickly zero in on the husband as the prime suspect until a team of FBI agents descends on Minneapolis with evidence linking the crime to an elusive hit woman.
“Harmon knows how to deliver what many of the 19 million people who watch “NCIS” every week are looking for”
-The New York Times
A Day in Black & White
Harrold Perrineau, Anthony DeSando, Francie Swift, Lonette McKee
Directed by: Desmond Hall
Harold Perrineau and Anthony DeSando star as two friends who come together to write a speech about race problems. They talk, they sit, they argue – and what they put down on paper is both funny and insightful.
“Sincere, insightful, and sometimes flat-out hilarious….recalls vintage Spike Lee.”—Daily Variety
James M. Cain’s Girl in the Cadillac
Erika Eleniak, Bud Cort, Valerie Perrine, Ed Lauter, Michael Lerner
Based on a novella by pulp/crime master James M. Cain (Mildred Pierce, The Postman Always Rings Twice), a beautiful runaway (Erika Eleniak – Baywatch) meets up with a young man in a bus station who lures her into being the getaway driver for bank robbery. The robbery turns deadly, and after decadent spending spree she decides that she wants to return the money…..which doesn’t set well with her beau.
“FAST PEELING ACTION” The Hollywood Reporter
Angelica Aragon, Jose Carlos Ruiz, Eric del Castillo, Pedro Armendáriz, Jr., Ivana Miño
Directed by: Santiago Parra
The story of the 16th century native Mexican, St. Juan Diego, and his encounters with the Virgin of Guadalupe, is interwoven with the present-day story of a pair of Spanish archaeologists who travel to Mexico to investigate new information on the miracle.
“Recreates the beauty and cultural richness of which we all form a part.”—HispanicPRWire.com
Djimon Hounsou, Akousia Busia, Eartha Kitt
Directed by: Joel Ben Marsden
Djimon Hounsou (Gladiator, Blood Diamonds, and Guy Richie’s upcoming King Arthur) stars in this gripping tale of twenty-four Africans held captive in a slave ship after slavery is outlawed. Spurred on by a specter that lives in the ship, the captives are moved to a tragic and bloody uprising.
“White-hot with outrage”—The Village Voice
Joy Roada film by HARRY DAVIS
Wood Harris, Roger Guenveur Smith, N'Bushe Wright, Obba Babatundé, Christian Mathis
Directed by: Harry Davis
A burned out lawyer looking for a new direction in life has to put his plans on hold when his sister asks him to defend her fiancé, a gang kingpin who is under arrest for a triple murder that he says he didn’t commit. Suddenly the feds and a shadowy corporation get involved, along with a private investigator who seems to be working all sides.
“Directed with gritty authenticity… an extraordinary script” -Sundance Film Festival
Shane Jacobson, Eve von Bibra, Chris Davis, Jesse Jacobson, Ronald Jacobson
Directed by: Clayton Jacobson
This hilarious mockumentary film follows the numerous misadventures of a porta-john worker through both his personal and professional life, including an oddly glamorous excursion to the Pumper & Cleaner Expo in Nashville, TN.
“The funniest film I’ve seen all year”—Oscar winning filmmaker Michael Moore
Jasmine Guy, Giancarlo Esposito, Paul Campbell, Carl Bradshaw
Directed by: Bill Parker
“The Mandalorian”, “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul”‘s Giancarlo Esposito stars in this action-packed, Reggae-soaked noir film set in Jamaica about a world-weary photographer who falls into the clutches of a sexy dance hall girl and her world of crime, deceit and murder. Features a box-office heist at a major Reggae concert…and was filmed during the actual event.
“An explosive sun-drenched, rum-soaked thriller.”—Sundance Film Festival
La Covid Vita
Maria Grazia Cucinotta, Jane Alexander, Remo Girone
Directed by: Marco Serafini
Set during the Covid-19 lockdown in Italy, the film is a collection of stories chronicling how people dealt with restrictions on freedom, regulations and habits.
National Lampoon’s TV: The Movie
Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Preston Lacy, Jason "Wee Man" Acuña, Sam Maccarone
Directed by: Sam Maccarone
“Jackassian” stunts combined with sketch comedy form the basis of this demented channel-surfing adventure for the unfocused youth of the world. From “Fear Factor” to “Wife Swap” to “The Apprentice” to “Girls Gone Wild”, nothing is off limits.
“A movie that dares you to watch it…Steve-O [is] the poster boy for a lack of foresight, getting thoroughly drunk and stoned”—Richmond Times-Dispatch
The Other Brother
Mekhi Phifer, André Blake, Michele Morgan, Tangi Miller
Directed by: Mandel Holland
Martin has spent his life being a good son, a good brother and a good friend, but his luck with women is all bad. Upon meeting Paula, the pretty young art professor who lives upstairs, Martin’s lack of experience is all too apparent. Enter brother Junnie, the quintessential “player.” He offers to teach Martin how to become a chick magnet, and Martin desperately agrees.
A FRESH, FUNNY FILM. Distinctly of Harlem, and absolutely universal…marks the emergence of a wonderfully assured new filmmaking voice.—Sedona International Film Festival
OutsourcedThe film that inspired the hit NBC series!
Josh Hamilton, Larry Pine, Ayesha Dharker, Arjun Mathur
Directed by: John Jeffcoat
After his entire department is outsourced, an American novelty products salesman (Hamilton) heads to India to train his replacement.
Mike Norris, Charles Napier, Timothy Bottoms, Brock Pierce, Robert F. Lyons
Booted off the San Diego police force after his procedure-bending attempt to rescue a child hostage has cost two partners their lives, ex-cop Mike Lazo (Mike Norris) works as a third-rate nightclub mesmerist. Despite the cheery boosterism of bar girl Gina (Sofia Shinas) and his hypno-assistant, Tony (Carey Scott), despondent Mike becomes the target of hecklers. One evening, Mike is rescued from a parking lot assault by Charles Walken (Timothy Bottoms), whose good Samaritan-ism masks a darker goal. Believing ... Read more
The Rosa Parks Story
Angela Bassett, Peter Francis James, Cicely Tyson
Directed by: Julie Dash
Rosa Parks creates the spark that ignites the modern Civil Rights Movement when she refuses to surrender her seat on a commuter bus to a White woman. The resulting uproar throws her into the KKK’s ring of hatred, but also into the NAACP’s limelight.
Snoop Dogg’s HOOD of HORROR
Snoop Dogg, Ernie Hudson, Anson Mount, Danny Trejo, Jason Alexander, Lin Shaye
Directed by: Tim Sullivan
Welcome to the Hood of Horror, a place where your actions in this life determine your ultimate fate. Follow Snoop Dogg through three terrifying tales from this nefarious neighborhood, whose depraved denizens can all look forward to a very unpleasant eternity.
Sorority Girls & the Creature from Hell
Len Lesser, Deborah Dutch, BJ Davis, Dori Courtney
“a cheese-drenched treat that audiances will most definitely enjoy watching. It’s basically Scalps with an overdose of inadvertent stupidity… and that my friends is surely a good thing. I loved it.” – A Slash Above”a cheese-drenched treat that audiances will most definitely enjoy watching. It’s basically Scalps with an overdose of inadvertent stupidity… and that my friends is surely a good thing. I loved it.” – A Slash Above”a cheese-drenched treat that audiances will most definitely enjoy watching. It’s basically Scalps with an overdose of inadvertent stupidity… and that my friends is surely a good thing. I loved it.” – A Slash Above
Two Coyotes (Dos Coyotes)
Joe Esteves, Jorge Cordova, Nico Guilak
Directed by: Jose Reyes Bencomo
Goodfellas meets Traffic in this complex, violent tale of loyalty and betrayal in the Mexican Mafia. The right hand man to a Mexican drug lord must choose between his own survival and that of his closest friend after the latter commits a gruesome double murder.
Billy Zane, Brad Dourif, Paul Popowich, Kam Heskin, Francesco Quinn
Directed by: Michael Sellers
Four students retrace a journey taken by Vlad the Impaler, the infamous Transylvanian prince known as Dracula, carrying a powerful amulet that allows them to transcend time. At their heels is the monster himself, determined to seize the amulet and resume his reign of terror!
“Stylish…aims far higher than the routine vampire horror picture.”—Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times;
A Warrior’s HeartFAN FAVORITE
Kellan Lutz, Adam Beach, Gabrielle Anwar, Ashley Greene, Chord Overstreet
Directed by: Mike Sears
Twilight’s Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene re-team in this story of young love and the values that can be learned through a shared passion. Also starring Chord Overstreet of “Glee”.
“A feel-good film” – CBS News
WATER & POWERa film by RICHARD MONTOYA
Emilio Rivera, Clancy Brown, Roger Guenveur Smith, Nicholas Gonzalez, Enrique Muricano
Directed by: Richard Montoya
Edward James Olmos presents the story of two brothers whose rise to power in their respective areas of politics and law enforcement has left them entangled in LA’s notorious corruption. Told in the classic noir style with a Chicano twist.
Stars Emilio Rivera of “Sons of Anarchy” and this season’s “MAYANS M.C”
“Homeboy Highbrow” – Latina
A Woman Called MosesComing to BD! Harriet Tubman is the face of the new U.S. $20 bill!
Cicely Tyson, Will Geer, Orson Welles, Lorne Greene, John Getz
Directed by: Paul Wendkos
This sprawling miniseries tells the true story of Harriet Tubman, a founder of the underground railroad, who led hundreds of slaves to freedom in the North before the Civil War.
“One of the most moving evocations of the Black Experience”-Newsweek