Wendy (Katie Weigl) is preparing to host an evening at her home for friends, during which they will read an addendum to her dead husband’s will. Her husband’s twin brother (Jamie Insalaco), his college roommate (Dan Conrad) and friends (Greg Vorob, Marc Seidenstein) all attend to find out exactly what Will left them. Is there enough to change their fortunes? Can they learn to work together as friends? The very idea of money changes everything. Written, directed and of course, starring Jamie Insalaco.
An independent feature following a young man on his first night as a temp doorman; a night full of run-ins with residents, con-men and bootleggers. Written and directed by J. Antonio, starring: Jason Torres, Bettina Skye, Timothy J. Cox, Lester Greene, Greg Kritikos, Brandon J. Shaw, Morgan Paige, Vincent Ford, Sofiane Madi and Larese King. Continue reading “Review: Night Job”
When strange clouds begin to gather over major cities, their citizens begin to change and the world becomes a much more dangerous place. Those outside of the cities must stay safe and protect themselves against what may be coming. A large scale independent film made by over 20 different directors, in over 10 different countries. Continue reading “Review: Breathe Easy”
Written, directed by and starring Ross Munro, when two former high-school friends reunite after thirty years, it doesn’t take them too long to realise that the past wasn’t all it’s cracked up to be. The two head out on an evening of reminiscing but get something altogether different, starring: Robert David Duncan, Angie Descalzi, Keilani Elizabeth Rose, Dayana Hernandez, Abby de Forest, Teresa Laverty and Sacha M. Romalo. Continue reading “Review: A Legacy of Whining”