- 104 min
On a trip to a Mexican border town, three college friends stumble upon a human-sacrifice cult.
Ed, Henry and Phil, three American college grads, road-trip south of the border in pursuit of a fun-filled weekend of drinking and debauchery. Instead, they find dismemberment and death in "Borderland," Lionsgate's genre hybrid of horror, drama and true-crime.
A Feast of Flesh
- 77 min
When a young woman is seduced into joining a brothel of lusty vampires, she unwittingly shatters a truce between the vampy hookers and a band of vampire slayers who agreed to let the women live as long as they left the locals unmolested. Now that the fangs have come out, it means war. Mike Watt directs this bloodbath, starring scream queen Debbie Rochon and Matt O'Neill.
- 90 min
Director George Bessudo makes his feature film debut with this horror tale of greed and murder. Following the death of their estranged grandfather, three sisters, along with some of their friends, pay a visit to his home, hoping to claim the man's inheritance. They get far more than they bargained for when they find a deranged family ensconced at their grandfather's house intent on a murderous rampage.
- 120 min
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- 100 min
A free-Spirit in a time of repressive, authoritarian morals, handsome young Mateo is imprisoned in a psychiatric institution in the province of Extramadura. It's clear that this "hospital" is more of a squalid prison for society's undesirables than anything else, as demonstrated by the heavy hand of the ruling director Burgos. Among the inmates is the frail, broken Lola, driven mad by the sexual abuse she has suffered her entire life from her father figures. The worthy Mateo is drawn to the heartbreaking Lola, and as he teaches her to dream again, their hearts intertwine and their passions fling them headlong into a mighty assault on the walls of the institution. Written by Courtesy Phidelphia Film Society
- 98 min
It's Christmas Eve: a time for curling up by the fire with family and friends; a day when even the most voracious corporate climbers generally head home by dinner time. But not Angela. She's the last one left at the office, determined to close one more deal before the holiday. The long hours she keeps will have an impact, but not the kind she's been hoping for.
The Fighting Spirit
- 85 min
There aren't a lot of ways to leave Bukom. A poor village in Ghana, its main industry is fishing, with a paltry annual salary of $300. So its young people are fighting their way out -- literally. Thanks to tenacious coaches who turn rough street fighters into money-churning professional boxers, the village has produced several champions, and is looking for its next big winner. Twenty-two year-old George is excited to box overseas for the first time, but has girlfriend troubles back home. Known as the first lady of boxing, Yarkor is using the memory of her cheating ex-boyfriend to fuel her fire, but is struggling to win her first big fight. Having already achieved international success, Joshua is training for the world featherweight title, with the help of dodgy manager Vinnie Scolpino. A spirited look at Ghana through the eyes of those fighting for their dreams. Written by Michael Tait
Continental, a Film Without Guns
- 103 min
Four people are affected by one man's disappearance: Lucette, his wife, who anxiously awaits his return; Louis, a young father whose relationship with his wife is going through confusing times; Chantal, a hotel receptionist who dreams of sharing her life with someone else; Marcel, an ex-gambler confronted by the realities of aging. Written by Anonymous
- 142 min
A romantic rhapsody based on a short story titled 'White Nights' - the protagonist is young 26 year old man who is a dreamer, an artist meeting a girl on a bridge four nights in a row.
- 105 min
Set in Northern Uganda, a country ravaged by more than two decades of civil war, "War/Dance" tells the story of Dominic, Rose, and Nancy, three children whose families have been torn apart, their homes destroyed, and who currently reside in a displaced persons camp in Patongo. When they are invited to compete in an annual music and dance festival, their historic journey to their nation's capital is also an opportunity to regain a part of their childhood and to taste victory for the first time in their lives.