, 1h28 Directed byTaylor Sheridan OriginUSA GenresThriller, Horror ActorsApril Matson, Greg Cipes, Heidi Mueller, McKenzie Westmore, Ian Bohen, Maya Hazen Roles Tara Rating50% The film starts with a man on an operating table. A surgeon comes in and tortures him by cutting into his chest then pouring salt in his wound. The scene shifts to four friends, Taylor, Tony, Kai, and Nick, on a camping trip. On their way home, they stop at a gas station where an alluring stranger named Diane asks for a ride to her truck, which has run out of gas. Nick agrees, but his girlfriend Taylor is suspicious. Nick drops her off at her truck, and Diane offers to get the girls some of her perfume samples in gratitude. Diane then returns, wearing a gas mask and knocks everyone out with sleeping gas. The friends awaken to find themselves trapped in a house with a dozen other people, one of whom has already gone and ripped off Kai's nail. After a brief fight, Nick and Tony calm down and learn they have all been captured and the doors are locked. Everyone has a gadget inserted into his or her neck and they watch a video from a projector of a woman telling them they have 22 hours to escape. By doing so they must inflict harm on each other using the weapons they've been supplied with.
, 1h25 Directed byMasayuki Ochiai OriginUSA GenresThriller, Horror, Crime ThemesSeafaring films, Films about sexuality, Films about suicide, Transport films, Rape in fiction, Ghost films, Rape and revenge films, Children's films ActorsJoshua Jackson, Rachael Taylor, Megumi Okina, John Hensley, David Denman, James Kyson Roles Seiko Rating52% Ben Shaw (Joshua Jackson) and his new bride, Jane (Rachael Taylor), leave New York for Tokyo, Japan, where Ben has a job as a photographer. While traveling, Jane hits a girl in the middle of the wilderness, running over her. They find no body or even a trace of blood and decide to leave, thinking the victim was all right. They later start to find mysterious lights in their photos, which are later identified as spirit photography by Ben's assistant, Seiko Nakamura (Maya Hazen). Jane begins to have eerie dreams and visions as if they are trying to tell her something, and senses a haunting presence stalking them. Ben begins to complain of severe shoulder pain, and his friends begin to comment he's looking bent and hunched over, though the doctor can find no cause. Seiko takes Jane to her ex-boyfriend, Ritsuo (James Kyson Lee), whose career is to investigate paranormal activities, and he tells them that the lights are spirits, manifestations of intense emotions trying to communicate. At a subway station, Jane spots the ghostly presence of the girl she hit, causing her to believe that she killed the girl. Ben later also has a similar terrifying encounter. They go to a medium, Murase; however, Ben refuses to translate what Murase says, claiming he is a fraud.
, 1h25 OriginUSA GenresComedy, Comedy-drama, Crime ActorsLou Taylor Pucci, Kristen Bell, John Hensley, Nora Zehetner, Michael Peña, Diora Baird Roles Bethany Rating50% After being blamed for a party which he didn't throw or have any knowledge of, that resulted in many damages, young Darren (Lou Taylor Pucci) loses his scholarship. Being from a lower-middle-class family he will not have enough money to pay for college next semester without his scholarship. His roommate, Coleman (John Hensley), who actually threw the party, sympathizes with Darren and gives him a stash of fifty ecstasy pills. If he sells the pills he could make $1000 and would have enough money to stay in school.