A Rather English Mar
A squadron leader and a retired milkman decide to bury their differences and move in together after they are both widowed on the very same night. They become a companionable if odd couple, until their unlikely friendship is threatened by the arrival of an alluring woman with a hidden agenda.
Fall Into Darkness
In Deerview, Washington, Jerry Price dies in a suspicious accident shortly after a love triangle among local and Californian students there went sour. His flippant sister Ann Price decides to blame his last flirt, immature pianist Sharon McKay. Ann enlists Jerry's athletic roommate Paul Lear to set up Ann as her apparent killer in a staged climbing accident in the woods. Detective Porter is played and outsmarted repeatedly, for Ann's plan proves twisted and her victims fight back, only leading up to further twists.
This movie invites you to take a look at the world of micro budget indie cinema. The point is to entertain you while also teaching you some insider knowledge. You'll love this story even if you don't care about the genre, but if you are part of the industry, you will hail this as your video bible.
Notorious director "Bill Zebub" ("Assmonster") set out to spoof science fiction movies. He noticed that Star Trek had social messages woven into the stories. He thought jokingly "What if I weave ANTIsocial messages?" Not letting the joke fade, he wondered if there were anything in modern times that he could target, and the answer came fast. Political correctness.
On his deathbed in the hospital, Jason's father asks that his ashes be spread over the top of his wife's grave. Jason, who came to the city with his father at a young age, remembers little of the town or his mother, but he undertakes the charge. It is an idyllic place, but gradually snips of memory return, until he remembers the significance of the fact that most of the tombstones in the town cemetery, including his mothers, bear the same day and month, one death each year. Caught up in the memory of the lottery he saw as a child, and the one he is trapped in today, escape is difficult and retribution is... Written by Bruce Cameron