, 1h45 Directed byWilliam H. Macy OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy, Musical ThemesMusical films ActorsWilliam H. Macy, Anton Yelchin, Selena Gomez, Miles Heizer, Kate Micucci, Jamie Chung Roles Debbie D. Rating73% The film opens as Josh Manning (Miles Heizer) is recording his own songs in his college dormitory dorm room for demo and is interrupted by one of his floor mates looking for someone. He stops recording, annoyed at the interruption. Meanwhile, his father Sam Manning (Billy Crudup) has succeeded in landing a large account at his advertising firm, and calls Josh to celebrate with him at the end of that day’s classes. Josh tells him he can’t make it but his father insists, though Josh begins to make his way to the campus library anyway. Sam continues to wait at the bar where he told him to meet him and even leaves a message for Josh who has apparently stood him up. He is distracted by a news report of a school shooting incident at his son’s campus library on the television in the bar.
OriginUSA GenresDrama ActorsMike Vogel, Erin Chambers, Taryn Manning, Marilyn McIntyre, Casey Sander, Silas Weir Mitchell Rating68% Après le travail missionnaire sur le fleuve Amazone au Brésil, le Dr Richard Douglass a déménagé sa famille dans la région d'Oklahoma City, devenu un ministre baptiste très respecté à la grande congrégation de l'église First Baptist de Putnam City. Son épouse Marilyn était une chanteuse accomplie et mère aimante . Le couple a eu deux enfants, Brooks 16 ans, et Leslie 12 ans. Le 15 octobre 1979, Odete , Glen Ake et Steven Hatch sont entrés dans leur maison, les parents et les attachés Brook , a pris 12 ans Leslie dans la chambre où les deux hommes l'ont violée. Après avoir ligoté Leslie , ils ont tiré tous les quatre membres de la famille , tuant les parents et les laissant les deux frères et sœurs pour mort.
, 1h36 OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Biography, Horror, Crime ActorsPatrick Bauchau, John Aylward, Jack Conley, Jillian Armenante, Silas Weir Mitchell, Mollie Milligan Roles Gertrude Rating59% At St. John's Orphanage in 1882, children, including a young Albert Fish, are being paddled as punishment for their sins. Albert Fish as an adult (Patrick Bauchau) then tells an anecdote of a horse that some older boys at the orphanage set on fire, comparing himself to the horse. He regularly whips himself with a belt while hallucinating himself as he appeared in the orphanage. Fish kills a boy scout, Francis McDonnell, before visiting the Budd family home, where he abducts and murders ten-year-old Grace Budd (Lexi Ainsworth) on June 3, 1928 under the pretense of taking her to his niece's birthday party. Throughout the film is a film noir-style narration by Detective William King (Jack Conley), of the Missing Persons Bureau. King searches for Grace Budd for six years, before finally tracking down and arresting Fish. Fish is found guilty despite evidence of his insanity, and promptly sentenced to die in the electric chair.