- Film Genre: Thriller
- Director: John Pata
- Screenwriter: John Pata
- Producer: Lee Marohn
- Starring: Jake Martin
- Year Released: 2014
- Film Origin: Wisconsin, USA
- Website: http://pityfilm.com
Separation can be a terrible thing. It can break you down; physically, mentally, and emotionally. The person you once were can begin to slip away. How much agony will it take before you lose yourself? Would you realize just how far gone you are? This is a portrait of a man at the bottom, struggling to find an answer, after the wrong things happened at the wrong time. This is a story of loss.
In an old fashioned apartment, Victor and Marta are waiting for the end of the world. Around them, the lights are turning off and the atmosphere is overwhelming.
In 1980 a mother took her son to get a present on his 10th birthday. They went to an old abandoned Campground: Little Farm on the River. She took him to an old camper and asked him to step inside, once he did she reached out and grabbed a screwdriver sitting on the counter and began stabbing him over and over again.
Now 30 years later a group of friends decide to go down to the campground to celebrate a birthday party, but the mood soon changes when people start turning up dead
Vivienne's extraordinary fetishism has taken her to a new level: necrophilia.
She gets her kicks by violating the dead in a hospital morgue on the outskirts of Los Angeles, discarding them like trash. Tonight, however, Vivienne gets a whole new taste of what the dead can provide when she meets Jason, a fresh body who has some ideas of his own.
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Liz (Emily Baxter) is a nurse who had to quit her job as she struggles to cope with the emotional stress of having lost a baby. With the debts piling up and her and her husband Ben (Martin Laurence) at emotional and financial breaking point, she takes a modelling job to help make ends meet. Arriving at the shoot, Liz meets Philip, an intense and successful young photographer and she feels flattered by his interest. But all is not what it seems in this remote middle class area... and while Liz poses for her new friend Philip (Ryan Elliott), she has no idea of the horror that is lurking in the shadows... until... Liz finds a body, panic stricken she knows they have to escape, she tries her only hope... Ben. Will there strained relationship hold up long enough for him to believe her and save her? As the body count rises will she make it out alive? Or will the sinister game of cat and mouse end in a bloody masterpiece. Life Imitates Art... Art Becomes Death
Presence is an short supernatural horror film that tackles the world of sound and its effect on the human mind and body. The film tells the story of Kyle, a young artist who is slowly driven insane after he begins to hear sounds that are not detectable by human hearing. What ensues is an exploration into the power sound has over our psychological and physical well-being.
Zelda, recently divorced, has moved to a new city and started a new job in a rundown section of the city. Each night when she comes home she's forced to cross through an old viaduct where she feels she's being followed by some of the local gang members. But shortly she begins to realize that those pursuing her are not human.
This moody, urban story centers on the relationship between the Price brothers who owned a restaurant that hit bad fortunes. LaFayette, the older of the two, discovers that his brother Harris went on the street for money to finance their failing venture, only to end up owing an amount he could never repay. Knowing that his life is in danger he goes to desperate measures – including conjuring something inhuman that mankind faced and fought down thousands of years past.
Two modern-day Australian treasure hunters, Jack (Shawn Brack) and Kent (Anthony Ring), go searching for the lost gold of the legendary bushranger "Thunderclap" Newman (Andy Bramble) in the remote jungles of Far North Queensland. But instead of riches, they find a different kind of legend: a ferocious monster known as a Yowie, Australia's answer to Bigfoot, and a savage battle for survival ensues. Thrown into the mix is a feisty park ranger named Rhiannon (Melanie Serafin) and a burnt-out ex-homicide detective named McNab (Vernon Wells).