Dracula: A Feminist Revenge Fantasy (Really)
Hamill boldly re-imagines Bram Stoker’s classic tale of vampires and finds new monsters just beneath the skin. The gothic tropes of villains who wear evil on their sleeve and damsels in distress are replaced by all-too-human monsters and ferocious women who stab at the heart of the patriarchy itself
Directed by Scot Miller.
Dinner With Friends
Two married couples have their twelve-year bond of friendship put to the test when one couple reveals that they are splitting up.
Directed by Keith May.
Van Zandt and Milmore pay tribute to Master of Horror Alfred Hitchcock, with this comedy whodunit about an off-and-on New York couple who think they spy their cross-courtyard neighbor do away with his wife. Among multiple door-slammings, body-snatchings, and a frantic flashlight chase scene, two questions remain: Who killed Lila Larswald? And… if she's not dead… then who is?
Directed by Mike Stephens.
The God Committee
An organ transplant committee has one hour to decide which of three patients deserves a life-saving heart. Seven years later, the committee members struggle with the consequences of that fateful decision.
Directed by Gary Varner.
Moonlight and Magnolias
David O. Selznick is making the mother of all movies, “Gone With the Wind,” but the script just doesn't work. So he locks himself, director Victor Fleming and script doctor Ben Hecht in a room with little more than peanuts, bananas and a typewriter, and they proceed to reenact the saga of Scarlett and Rhett in this hilarious homage to the men behind an American Movie classic.
Directed by Tyler Sparks.