Book Edition: Bits & Pieces

Book Edition: Bits & Pieces

From director Jose Altonaga, and starring Steffani Brass (Six Feet Under), Brooke Mackenzie (Everybody Hates Chris) and Tina Cole (The 6th Friend), discover the witch inside this April! Michele is the sole survivor of a vacation gone horribly wrong, in which several of her friends were murdered. She discovers that she is harboring the spirit of a centuries-old witch inside her, and it’s up to her best friend to find a way to save her soul from eternal damnation.

This month, the Reel Women’s Network presents the confronting documentary ROCKING THE COUCH. The online streaming service showcases films, shows, web series, documentaries and digital content created by women and Women-Identified filmmakers and content creators.

Tarantino meets Bad Times at the El Royale in writer-director Kevin James Barry’s Among Them, now available on Amazon Prime and Tubi TV from Cinema Epoch.

From the teams that brought you La Casa de Papel (writer) and The Crown (production company) comes WHITE LINES. The body of a legendary Manchester DJ is discovered twenty years after his mysterious disappearance from Ibiza. When his sister returns to the beautiful Spanish island to find out what happened, her investigation leads her through a thrilling world of dance clubs, lies and cover-ups, forcing her to confront the darker sides of her own character in a place where people live life on the edge.

When you’re the outcast, the underdog; they all think they can mess with you. But what happens when you have a vampire in your shed? The game changes and everyone becomes a target. Make a choice, who lives, who dies? Who enters The Shed?

From director Corneliu Porumboiu – a hilarious and poignant documentary feature about one man’s search to redefine the beautiful game and his own philosophy of life – funny and profound.  What happens when we try to alter the rules of the game of life? Infinite Football Trailer

Venice Film Festival world premiere, Dalai Lama – Scientistis the first film to look at how the Dalai Lama’s keen interest in modern scientific theory has influenced his Buddhist philosophy over the years. The film examines how scientists like David Bohm, Carl von Weizsacker, and others affected the Dalai Lama’s thinking and vice versa.  It has won 40 Best Documentary Awards all over the world. 

Alexander Black’s Lycanthropy touches on child abuse, a subject that is sadly more prevalent during the Coronavirus lockdown. This British crime drama has already won multiple awards and has been selected for over thirty high profile international film festivals. 

Final Destination meets Wishmaster. Following the death of his father, Aaron (Michael Welch) returns home to help his devastated mother (Lin Shaye) pack up his father’s belongings. Discovering one item of unknown origin, Aaron soon comes to believe his wishes are coming true, but the more wishes he makes the more danger he puts those closest to him in. Be careful what you wish for. Experience true horror featuring genre icons TONY TODD and LIN SHAYE.

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