Lust. Betrayal. Murder. When obsessions turn deadly, there’s nobody to trust and nowhere to hide. In this terrifying collection of thrillers, you’ll be on the edge-of-your-seat as mysteries unfold and the body count rises.
(2012) – Color – 89 Minutes – Not Rated
Will Estes, Amanda Righetti, Harry Hamlin, Eric Szmanda
Based on a true story. When Morgan Pierce (Will Estes - TV’s Blue Bloods) quit his job at the coffee shop, Casey Cooper (Amanda Righetti - TV’s The Mentalist) thought she’d seen the last of her odd and off-putting co-worker. But when Morgan starts calling Casey and watching her at work, she knows something is wrong. As Morgan’s behavior escalates and he begins to watch Casey every waking hour, writing letters and calling her dozens of times a day, she turns to the police for help. Only they can’t help her, not until Morgan actually threatens to kill her. Distraught, Casey begins to withdraw from life. But when Morgan crosses the line and hurts the people Casey loves, she must find the strength inside herself to stop living in fear, and finally put a stop to this dangerous attraction
A Deadly Obsession
(2012) – Color – 88 Minutes – Not Rated
Katee Sackhoff, Grant Harvey, John Shea
Psychology professor Suzanne Hollander is a popular teacher and respected researcher at a prestigious college on the East Coast. But what the students and faculty don’t know is that Suzanne’s interest in psychology comes from a dark place in her past… a past which Suzanne can no longer outrun. When Suzanne’s class is interrupted by gunfire and bullet holes riddle the walls of her lecture hall, she reacts quickly and hustles her students to safety. But one of her students is hit, bleeding badly, and Suzanne needs to find a way out of the school. Outside, Police Lieutenant Michael Olsen and Suzanne’s boyfriend Logan put the school on lockdown and come up with a plan to get Logan inside. Meanwhile, the deranged shooter comes closer to Suzanne and her students—so close, in fact, that Suzanne is forced to face the truth. The shooter is a former student and research subject by the name of Connor and his obsession with Suzanne is the reason he is here. As Connor continues his reign of terror, Suzanne must come up with a plan to face her own demons, disarm Connor and put a stop to the madness—before it’s too late
No One Will Know
(2012) – Color – 87 Minutes – Not Rated
Ben Bledsoe, Jesses Draper, Kelly Curran, Matt Wool
On the surface, Nathan and Aubrey are the perfect couple. They’re young, attractive, wealthy, ambitious, and recently engaged. The film opens on the day of their engagement party at Aubrey’s parent’s house, a stunning estate on a remote bay outside of San Francisco. Their guest list includes a few close friends from their childhood: Terrance, an outgoing, energetic, life-of-the-party type; Kaitlin, a free spirit; Mimi, an energetic gossip and lush; and Mark, who’s on edge about the whereabouts of his girlfriend Elle, who was supposed to meet him at the party. What the guests don’t know is that Nathan and Aubrey are covering up a murder. The picture perfect couple’s secret is safe as long as they can stick together and maintain their composure during the party.
(2012) – Color – 91 Minutes – Not Rated
Stephanie Lemelin, Matthew Alan, A.J. Draven, Caleb Thorne, Patrick Bergin
Jessie Valiquette (Stephanie Lemelin - The Last Harbor) follows her scribe boyfriend of 3 years Dale Morrow (Matthew Alan - Red Tails) on a search for his long lost father (Patrick Bergin - Sleeping with the Enemy) last heard from on a deserted island. Along with a group of unwitting friends, the young couple encounters more than they bargained for when they discover not only was Dale’s father part of a top-secret government project testing the depth of people's fears, but also that he had very good reason for not wanting to be found...
Behind Your Eyes
(2011) – Color – 85 Minutes – Not Rated
Frida Farrell, Tom Sandoval, Daniel Fanaberia, Kristen Doute
Young, hopeful couple Erika (Frida Farrell) and Steve (Tom Sandoval) embark on a weekend retreat to meet Steven's parents. Things take a turn for the worst when they are unexpectedly kidnapped and held hostage. Now, it's a fight for their lives against their mysterious abductor (Daniel Fanaberia) and the secrets he possesses. As he tortures and teases them, secrets from the past emerge and change everything. When Erika escapes, things only get worse, and the twists and turns take the viewer into unchartered territory and unyielding mayhem.
(2012) – Color – 91 Minutes – Not Rated
Brad Blaisdell, Suzanne May, Aidan Bristow
Darrell Jacobs (Brad Blaisdell - The Negotiator, Inspector Gadget) is a retired mobster living in Phoenix. As cancer consumes him, he quietly runs out the clock, roaming downtown daily and frequenting his favorite café. Young waitress Alicia Foret (Suzanne May - Gentlemen Broncos), a law student at ASU, is intrigued by the mysterious regular and follows him home. They quickly form a friendship that puts Alicia in danger, and forces Darrell to finalize any unfinished ‘business.’ Alicia’s boyfriend Tom (Aidan Bristow) does not approve of their friendship and has the pair followed. Tom’s discovery of Darrell’s true identity puts him in a state of panic. Not for the safety of his girlfriend, but for his own.
(2013) – Color – 83 Minutes – Not Rated
Hallee Hirsch, Ted McGinley, Linda Hamilton
When Zoe takes an overnight babysitting assignment from a seemingly perfect family, the only worry she has is avoiding the unwelcome advances of teen brothers Tyler and Jack. Things go awry when Zoe suddenly finds herself in a bathroom groggy and confused with only the two youngest kids with her. While Tyler tries to explain how they got in there, an intruder attempts to break the door in. Soon Zoe discovers the “intruder” is Jack, who’s had a psychotic break. The kids decide to wait out the night in the bathroom, as they expect their parents back in a few hours. When that help never arrives, they plot and attempt another escape, only to further anger Jack in the process. Zoe begins to realize that nothing is as it seems in this house, and that she isn’t the first babysitter to learn this lesson.
A Thousand Kisses Deep
(2011) – Color – 85 Minutes – Not Rated
Jodie Whittaker, Dougray Scott, David Warner
Returning home from work, Mia (Jodie Whittaker – St. Trinian’s) witnesses an aged woman leap from a window. Scattered around the old woman’s broken, lifeless body Mia discovers shredded pieces from a beloved photograph of herself and her former lover Ludwig (Dougray Scott – Mission: Impossible II). Highly unnerved, Mia begs Max (David Warner – Titanic), the buildings’ all-knowing custodian, to let her into the deceased woman’s flat. While inside this strangely familiar place, Mia recognizes the contents as her own. Confused and disturbed by what lies before her, she bolts back and forth in time where she is forced to realize it was her very own life that ended before her. Now, the only way to safeguard her future is to go back to her past and confront the man she loves deeply but dreads most.
A small town in 1964. A time before cell phones, computers and twenty-four hour news channels. BUDDY, a handsome, charismatic drifter, convinces CELEE, a lonely young woman, to kidnap the richest girl in town. The ransom money will be their ticket to a new life and he promises her that, “Nobody will get hurt.” As three desperate lives collide, in this dark, edgy thriller, they all come to learn…. Somebody always gets hurt.
Murder in Miami
(2014) – Color – 85 Minutes – Not Rated
Joseph Myers, Caroline Gutierrez
In modern Miami, gleaming new condo skyscrapers become the backdrop to this Film noir thriller. After several beautiful models are murdered by a disguised killer, a young, successful fashion photographer becomes the prime suspect. As more women are murdered, he finds himself in a race to clear his name and save his own life, and in the process, uncovers some dark secrets hidden behind the glass and concrete facade of the magic city.
Will Estes, Amanda Righetti, Dougray Scott, Eric Szmanda, Katee Sackhoff
Ted McGinley, Linda Hamilton, David Warner, Patrick Bergen, Harry Hamlin
14 Hours 39 Minutes
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