2008 July Movies

American Teen

American Teen

  • 69%
  • PG-13
  • 101 min
  • Documentary

A documentary on seniors at a high school in a small Indiana town and their various cliques.

Asylum

Asylum

    • R
    • 93 min
    • Horror

    A group of beautiful coeds discover that their dorm was once a mental hospital where unspeakable experiments were performed by a deranged physician trying to "cure" troubled teens. But now the mad doctor's ghost is back to continue his torturous work...and he's running out of patients! Sarah Roemer (Disturbia) and Travis Van Winkle (Transformers) star in this spine-tingling thriller from the director of Final Destination 2 and Cellular.

    Attack of the Giant Leeches

    Attack of the Giant Leeches

      • Unrated
      • 78 min
      • Horror

      Remake of the B-cult classic.

      August

      August

      • 35%
      • R
      • 88 min
      • Drama

      August centers on two brothers fighting to keep their start-up company afloat on Wall Street during August 2001, a month before the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

      Baghead

      Baghead

      • 78%
      • R
      • 84 min
      • Comedy

      The Duplass Brothers explore the minutiae of relationship dynamics in this in-depth study of a group of desperate actor friends. And a bag. And a head.

      Batman: Gotham Knight

      Batman: Gotham Knight

        • PG-13
        • 75 min
        • Animation

        Anime-inspired direct-to-DVD anthology film. Comprised of six short stories, from diverse creators, including Academy Award-nominated Josh Olsen (A History of Violence), Batman Begins writer David S. Goyer, and comics scribe Brian Azzarello. It's planned for a release window of two to four weeks prior to the release of The Dark Knight, and would bridge the gap between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight.

        Before I Forget

        Before I Forget

          • NONE
          • 108 min
          • Drama

          Jacques Nolot stars and directs a tale of a downward spiraling gay gigolo, struggling to cope with his advancing age, poverty, loneliness, writers block, and the increasing complications of HIV disease. When his wealthy benefactor dies after thirty years of lavish support, his inheritance is challenged by the benefactor's family, leaving him destitute. Underscoring his every move is the fear of being forgotten, or worse: dying back where he started - on the streets. Young hustlers, drugs, alcohol, and countless cigarettes provide momentary distractions, but ultimately, he must face his inner demons in order to be free of them.

          Blackline: The Beirut Contract

            • Unrated
            • Drama

            Three soldiers are hired by a start-up private military company for a high dollar contract to rescue a man taken hostage in Beirut, Lebanon.

            Blood Equity

              • 63 min
              • Documentary

              The Dark Side of America's Biggest Blood Sport. Roman Phifer, three-time Super Bowl Champion and Assistant Coach for the Denver Broncos, and his business partners Rico McClinton and Joe Ruggiero produced this hard-hitting film that focuses on the issues facing former NFL Players following their retirement, including their ironic struggle against the NFL Player's Union and the owners they made rich.

              Brutal Massacre: A Comedy

              Brutal Massacre: A Comedy

                • R
                • 94 min
                • Comedy

                Harry Penderecki, a once heralded horror auteur, finds himself on the outside looking in at Hollywood. He hasn't had a hit film in years, and most in the industry, including his close friends, think he's washed up. Harry is given one last chance to redeem himself with what could be his best or last picture. Brutal Massacre becomes just that, as the cast and crew find themselves battling one mishap after another as Harry struggles to keep his sanity against overwhelming resistance to finish the picture and find himself at the top once again.