Death Ward 13
Film (Horror) Writer It's 1973 and the Stephens Sanitarium for the Criminally Insane prepares to shut down permanently. Days before closing, four beautiful nursing students arrive to care for the last handful of "harmless" mental patients. Confronted by their violent charges, the nurses soon realize that they are trapped inside the asylum with a deadly crew of vicious lunatics.
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The Grievance Clause
Film (Short and Drama) Writer Leah McCormick (Claudia DiMartino) and her half-brother, Peter DiFazio (Joseph Steven), must decide if they will bury their bitterness along with their father in order to settle an unexpected hitch in their inheritance.
Film (Short, Horror and Sci-Fi) Writer A young couple fights to survive against an enigmatic entity that's invaded the planet.
Film (Horror) Miscellaneous Crew The desert can be an unforgiving place. By day, the temperatures soar past the century mark, hot enough to drop a man in his tracks, and by night they plummet low enough to freeze the life out of him. It is filled with wildlife, feral and deadly. It is not a place where you want to get lost. Unfortunately, Todd and Josh and their friends have done exactly that. On their way to a ski trip, the group of teens and the pair of hitchhikers they've picked up, have taken a wrong turn and find themselves miles from anything resembling civilization. It's often said that the snakes, scorpions, coyotes, spiders and all that live in the desert are more afraid of humans than the humans are of them. But in this case, there is good reason for these people to be more than just scared. In this particular stretch of the California desert, there's one wild creature that does not fear man. A very large and fierce creature that craves their flesh. It's strong. It's primal. It's relentless. And it's hungry.
Film (Short, Drama and War) Miscellaneous Crew On her last active night in Vietnam, Captain Nancy Reeves of the US ARMY Nurse Corps faces the ultimate trauma of a base raid and must put herself between a berserk Vietcong and wounded triage patients in order to save their lives.
Film (Short and Comedy) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Since they were young children, Joe and Josephine learned the art of Eskrima (Philippine Martial Arts) from their dearly departed father. It was apparent early on that the siblings would develop two contrasting schools of thought in how they practice and teach their craft. Josephine has a more traditional approach while expounding aphorisms that sound like, what Joe calls 'a bad 'Kung Fu' episode.' Joe on the other hand models his approach to 'The Karate Kid' and comic books. We see how they teach their young students their conflicting approach in a hilarious training sequence. Their differences come to a head at a family party where a hilarious, full blown, no holds barred fight scene ensues. Written by Justin Quizon