Following a traumatic incident, a father and daughter try to bond and build something together when they get taken hostage by couple looking for loot.
In the fictional town of Chucalissa, MS, a young woman on the run finds refuge and a new identity in an erotic dance club called The Pynk. Created by show runner Katori Hall, P-Valley is now streaming on the Starz app.
Two women hiking through the desert to their possible freedom from a cult are confronted by the reality that leaving this cult may not be as simple as physically leaving it. Continue reading
When Sophie is hired to pet sit for a rich client in the countryside, she doesn’t expect much action. Unfortunately for her, a trio of burglar soon turn her quiet gig into a home invasion nightmare. To survive, she must get the help of a woman she does not know through an app for the blind that she uses regularly.
Having previously reviewed his short film Abi and having been send Venus, I figured it was past due for a watch of every short film I could get my eyes on from Timothy Troy. So, without further ado, here are a handful of them and a link where to find them below.
A drug dealer looking to get out of the business and open a body shop needs to do one last job to be allowed out. Of course, things don’t go as planned in this one-shot thriller.
“Back Rooms” was born from the digital age, among the 4Chan and Creepypasta realms. It’s a pocket within our world that is completely cut off from the rest of what we could rationally consider reality. It is a series of endless rooms and hallways that stretch for a nigh infinite space, all of which are typically a noxious yellow, completely void of any life, and filled with the annoying, deafening hum of florescent lights. I’m only vaguely familiar with the meme of the Back Rooms, but it’s been widely circulated and explored much in the vein of other digital legends like the Slenderman and Sirenhead.