2013 July Movies (By Title)

A Girl and a Gun

A Girl and a Gun

  • 25%
  • NONE
  • 10 min
  • Documentary

Reaching far beyond Hollywood's hypersexualized femme fatales, the film candidly explores the modern American woman through intimate portraits encompassing issues of protection, power, feminism, and violence. A Girl and A Gun is a complex and thoughtful meditation on a deadly serious issue. The intimate and graphic portrayals in A Girl and A Gun are of women who've carved themselves a home in the gun community, but their personal journeys in one way or another reflect the same issues every woman faces today.

A New York Heartbeat

A New York Heartbeat

    • Unrated
    • 95 min
    • Documentary

    New York, 1957. SPIDER, a 17-year-old gang leader looking to make a rep, gets in way over his head when he blunders into the gambling nest of a notorious gangster. On the run, he's found and taken in by a sheltered young woman, TAMARA, who lives with her reclusive uncle, BIG DIDI, on the top floor of an abandoned hotel. She manages to keep Spider a secret from the bedridden Didi, an exiled crime lord who was gunned down and presumed dead 30 years earlier by the same gangster, CASKET MIKE, now pursuing Spider...

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    A Viking Saga: The Darkest Day

    A Viking Saga: The Darkest Day

      • R
      • 88 min
      • Action

      Drama set in the viking age, Helgi witnesses the destruction of his village and narrowly escapes to his uncle Rurik who raises him like his son. Many years later he meets the people responsible for his parents death and someone he never expected to see again.

      Absence

      Absence

      • 25%
      • NR
      • 81 min
      • Horror

      Doctors are baffled when an expectant mother wakes to find her nearly-to-term pregnancy apparently disappear overnight. Police investigate the situation as a missing child, and only her husband and brother trust her version of events.

      Apartment 1303 3D

      Apartment 1303 3D

        • R
        • 101 min
        • Horror

        Having grown up under the controlling grip of her fame-hungry mother (Rebecca De Mornay), Janet Slate (Julianne Michelle) jumps at the opportunity to move into what looks to be a great high-rise apartment in downtown Detroit. Yet some deals are too good to be true as one night her boyfriend Mark (Corey Sevier) finds her in the middle of the street - having fallen from the balcony thirteen stories above.

        When her sister Lara (Mischa Barton) tries to investigate the mystery of what happened, she moves into the same apartment and encounters the odd neighbors in the building, including an eerie nine-year old girl who seems to somehow know the real reason for Janet’s fall. Lara soon realizes that her sister’s death might spell the same fate for her unless she can overcome the strange events that are terrorizing the inhabitants in Apartment 1303.

        Assassins Tale

        Assassins Tale

          • 92 min
          • Action

          Three assassins deal with life, love, addiction and trust as each tries to find the answers to a better life. Together, they prove to be the most trustworthy in this tangled web of murder, greed, friendship and betrayal.

          Atlantic Rim

          Atlantic Rim

            • R
            • 83 min
            • Action

            The Asylum's "mockbuster" version of PACIFIC RIM, directed by Jared Cohn and starring Grahame Greene and Treach. (Originally titled From the Sea)

            Beneath

            Beneath

              • 90 min
              • Horror

              Six high school seniors celebrating with day's excursion find themselves on rowboat attacked by man-eating fish and must decide who must be sacrificed as they fight their way back to shore.

              Best Friends Forever

              Best Friends Forever

                • NONE
                • 80 min
                • Drama

                Best Friends Forever is a clever dark comedy and heartfelt road trip buddy film wrapped in an apocalyptic disaster story, with two badass girls. Harriet (Brea Grant), a perpetually optimistic comic-book artist, dreams of escaping her past in Los Angeles and hits the road for a new life in Austin, Texas. She drags Reba (Vera Miao), her seemingly devil-may-care BFF, along for the ride. In the hush period following mysterious nuclear explosions, the girls are forced to ask: When faced with the end of the world - what is most important to you?

                Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me

                Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me

                • 92%
                • PG-13
                • 113 min
                • Documentary

                A feature-length documentary about legendary Memphis band Big Star. While mainstream success eluded them, Big Star’s three albums have become critically lauded touchstones of the rock music canon. A seminal band in the history of alternative music, Big Star has been cited as an influence by artists including REM, The Replacements, Belle & Sebastian, Elliot Smith and Flaming Lips, to name just a few. With never-before-seen footage and photos of the band, in-depth interviews and a rousing musical tribute by the bands they inspired, Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me is a story of artistic and musical salvation.