From writer/directors Jay Lender & Micah Wright (CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS II and SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS) comes the “batsh#t insane” (Bloody Disgusting) shocker of the year: when the popular TV reality show Home Hunters Global shoots an episode in a remote Eastern European town, the crew discovers that "a house with old world charm" means "a total wreck"... that superstitious villagers can make for a very uncomfortable production... and that the local legend about a monstrous witch may hit closer to home than they realize. Brigid Brannagh (“Army Wives”), Kris Lemche (“Ginger Snaps”), David Alpay (“The Vampire Diaries”), and Dimitri Diatchenko ("Chernobyl Diaries") star in this... [more]


Eva (Shirley MacLaine), a widow and retired history teacher, enjoys a quiet life. Everything changes when she receives a life insurance check accidentally made out for $5,000,000 instead of the expected $50,000. At the not-so-gentle urging her best friend Maddie (Jessica Lange), Eva deposits the money and the two friends head to the Canary Islands with every intention of living it up. But their fantasy is short-lived when they discover that they have become media sensations overnight. Fugitives from justice, the two are forced to outwit a trio of conmen, led by the local Wine “warlord”, Carlos (Santiago Segura), outmaneuver a dogged life insurance agent Vespucci (Howard Hesseman) who... [more]


Directed by Oscar-nominee Rob Reiner, Being Charlie centers on the eponymous 18-year-old (Nick Robinson) as he drifts in and out of rehab clinics for drug addiction, while his actor-turned-politician father (Cary Elwes) runs for governor of California. Charlie begins a relationship with fellow rehab patient Eva (Morgan Saylor) and the two attempt to get clean, but they find maintaining sobriety a constant struggle. Reiner's coming-of-age dramedy received its world premiere at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.


1855.  When Doctor Thorne’s penniless niece, Mary, is excluded from the wedding preparations of her childhood playmate, she probes her uncle for the truth of her birth.  She is devastated to learn that she is the illegitimate child of his late brother.  It seems she has neither breeding nor fortune.  This is a problem, as Mary and the heir to the Greshamsbury Estate, Frank, have fallen in love.  Frank is under strict instructions from his over-bearing mother, Lady Arabella, to save his family from financial ruin by marrying money.  Frank’s mother schemes to separate the... [more]