After Romeo and Juliet


When a modern-day Juliet is found dead, and her lover, Romeo disappears, an investigation begins. The two families, each more interested in pursuing a private agenda, lose sight of the tragedy unfolding in their town.

.357 – Six Bullets for Revenge


On her wedding night, Jade wakes up holding the hand of her dead husband after she narrowly survived a murder attempt by the criminal family she fled from only weeks before. After pawning her wedding ring for a 357 Magnum she tries to kill a member of the family and botches the attempt. However, a Vietnam Veteran “The Hammer”, comes to her aid and finishes the kill, saving her life. Over the next year, Hammer trains her to be a methodical assassin and on her wedding anniversary each member of the family will pay for their sins as she hunts them down with six bullets marked for revenge.

Starring Fred Williamson, William Katt and Laurie Love

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The Adventures of Dr Slice n Dice – The Genius of Beauty


“The Genius of Beauty” is unlike any other comedy you may have seen – at least not coming out of Singapore. It’s not your regular heartwarming, sweet romantic comedy, it’s not a vulgar sexually implicit flick, it’s a fresh, refreshing, new take on on-screen humor. Visually, however, it is sexy – beautifully shot and with an excellent soundtrack to match, it’s a meal for the senses. The story revolves around a zany, over-the-top German character, simply known as “The Doc” (Bill Gentry) to some, Dr Slice and Dice to others, or as he likes to call himself, “The Genius of Beauty”. Having come from a dysfunctional family, with his dreams of being an artist slashed by his over-bearing mother, the Doc decides to become a plastic surgeon. Whilst his intentions are for the best, his results are a serious mix of hits and misses.

Having been approached to perform a, um, “tool-enhancing” procedure on a very influential client, requesting to be fitted with anatomical parts from a horse, the Doc adamantly refuses. However, being the ladies’ man that he is, he doesn’t refuse his client’s wife’s advances. He loses his license to practice and heads to the Far East with his trusted Assistant, Theodore (Rob Jenkin).

Having set up his base in Borneo , the Doc and Theodore slowly build up a steady list of clients, and his reputation has also started to spread all around the region. However, he is also being pursued by the authorities, a one Inspector Baggins (Daniel Jenkins), who has somehow made it a personal vendetta of his to ensure that the Doc does not practice, after he performed a botched operation on his sister.

With that, the medical Duo decide to take their craft to Mumbai, after receiving a letter from a wealthy woman, Lakshmi Fokatchand (Supriya Shukla) trying to get her daughter, Tee Tee (Vishakha Singh) to win beauty pageants. With that, a mad cat-and-mouse game ensues, as the Doc embarks on beautifying the women in Mumbai, whilst escaping the persistent Inspector Baggins, and a new pursuer in Sasha (Sunila Karambelekar), another ambitious pageant mum, intent in making her own daughter, Devika (Monica Singh) win – and has no qualms of doing anything to make that happen.

“The Genius of Beauty” is a story which typically may seem like it’s emphasizing on the old adages that ‘Beauty may be only skin deep”, or that “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, but it’s actually not. In fact, if s about looking at the lighter side of things, and not taking oneself too seriously. “The Genius of Beauty” is a fun, roller-coaster ride that you simply must take.


Rubicon’s Broken

A tragically warped teenage boy plagued by a poor, dysfunctional family and psychological illness struggles to distinguish the real world from a perverse dream world when he and his family are abducted and forced to choose amongst themselves which sole family member will survive. The final decision reveals a disturbing family dynamic including terminal illness, incest and rape.

55 And Older


A struggling couple are in dire straits and living paycheck to paycheck. When an opportunity to live rent-free in a 55 and older community arises, they are forced to disguise themselves as seniors and try to fake their way into living there. As they transform their lives, the residents are not easily fooled, and begin to suspect the young couple is exactly that, young. As their plight is witnessed by the many watching eyes of the neighborhood, the young couple learns that being a retired senior citizen is not as easy as it looks.



Quiet and hard working, Mike is a young man who works and lives in the city. Due to a dark past, he is forbidden by law to be in his home town and have any prior contacts. One phone call four years later will change all of this and Mike will be forced to return to his home. With help from some of Mike’s friends and family, he will do what he can to make things right. But can he do it in a place he is forbidden?

Born & Raised


This Multi-Award Winning Film, set in a seaside town. A young man learns about about love, luck and life from his well-traveled, outlaw grandfather. Born & Raised is a rough, tough, coming-of-age drama, with a lot of heart and a ton of laughs.

Dark Minds


What if you couldn’t tell where your nightmares stop and reality begins?┬áHaunted by horrific nightmares, Beverly seeks professional help to keep her sanity. She is desperate to find a way that will separate her nightmares from reality.

100 Miles From Hell


Steve and Virgil, a couple of straight shooting, blue collar boys down on their luck. Lousy income and the everyday grind take their toll and push the duo over the edge when they wind up going in on a substantial drug deal with Steve’s friend Darren, a man of many words but little character. The plan seems simple, buy the drugs and sell them for a healthy profit. Thinking their financial woes behind them, Steve and Virgil are soon corrected when the routine drug deal turns ugly and the boys are robbed of their money. No drugs, no money and nothing to lose, Steve and Virgil seek restitution against the perpetrators through a series of robberies.

Mayan Renaissance


Mayan Renaissance documents the ancient and modern political struggles of the Mayan people in Guatemala. Starting with the Spanish Conquest in 1519, all the way through to the triumphant struggle to have their political party officially recognized in their own country. The film features the efforts of 1992 Nobel Laureate and Maya leader Rigoberta Menchu Tum. All of the images, voices, expert commentary and music in the film come directly from Central America – the heart of the Mayan world.


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