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Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 23:06 Comments Off

Hannah Takes the Stairs

Hannah is a recent college graduate interning at a Chicago production company. She is crushing on two writers at work, Matt and Paul, who share an office and keep her entertained. Will a relationship with one of them disrupt the delicate balance of their friendship?

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Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 23:06 Comments Off

Hannah Takes the Stairs

Hannah is a recent college graduate interning at a Chicago production company. She is crushing on two writers at work, Matt and Paul, who share an office and keep her entertained. Will a relationship with one of them disrupt the delicate balance of their friendship?

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Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 23:06 Comments Off

Hell House: The Book of Samiel

The Shively house has always been a center of dark happenings throughout its existence every family that has inhabited the house has experienced a miserable and deadly end. Tonight a group of friends discover the awful truth that lay dormant in the house. The demons have possessed the former grounds keeper Adam (William Martin) to help with their escape and Theadora (Kari Wishingrad) the last in the bloodline of the soothsayers is the only one that can help stop the evil before… The demons get out

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Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 23:06 1 Comment

Hell House: The Book of Samiel

The Shively house has always been a center of dark happenings throughout its existence every family that has inhabited the house has experienced a miserable and deadly end. Tonight a group of friends discover the awful truth that lay dormant in the house. The demons have possessed the former grounds keeper Adam (William Martin) to help with their escape and Theadora (Kari Wishingrad) the last in the bloodline of the soothsayers is the only one that can help stop the evil before… The demons get out

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Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 23:06 Comments Off

House

Roger Cobb is a author who has just separated from his wife. He moves into a new house and tries to work on a novel based on his experiences in the Vietnam War. Strange things start happening around him; little things at first, but as they become more frequent, Cobb becomes aware that the house resents his presence.

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I Got Five on It Too

“I Got Five On It Too” continues the hilarious adventures of Barney Bumble and the gang and their “high times.” As the guys plan a house party complete with liquor, girls and weed, their “best bud” Barney Bumble gets set-up by his new rival Larry Poppins and gets busted by the cops for selling marijuana, Jimmy, Oscar and Arnie have to come to the rescue and get some payback against the new neighborhood drug dealer who’s been trying to move in on Barney’s turf.

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Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 23:06 4 Comments

I Got Five on It Too

“I Got Five On It Too” continues the hilarious adventures of Barney Bumble and the gang and their “high times.” As the guys plan a house party complete with liquor, girls and weed, their “best bud” Barney Bumble gets set-up by his new rival Larry Poppins and gets busted by the cops for selling marijuana, Jimmy, Oscar and Arnie have to come to the rescue and get some payback against the new neighborhood drug dealer who’s been trying to move in on Barney’s turf.

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Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 22:06 Comments Off

The Last Station

In 1910, acclaimed Russian novelist ‘Leo Tolstoy’ (qv), in the later stage of his life, works rather than a writer but as the leader of the Tolstoyan Movement, whose basic tenets are brotherly love and world peace through pacifism, and a denouncement of material wealth and physical love. His chief follower is Vladimir Chertkov, who does whatever he requires to advance the cause. Chertkov hires a young man named Valentin Bulgakov to be Tolstoy’s personal secretary in carrying out this work. Once ensconced in the life on the estate where much of the work is taking place, Bulgakov quickly learns that many there take from the movement only what he/she wants/believes. Also chief amongst the movement’s wants is the deeding of all Tolstoy’s writings to the people so that after his death it will become public domain. Tolstoy’s wife, the Countess Sofya Andreevna Tolstoy, believes that her husband’s writings are rightfully hers after he passes, as she wants and believes she deserves the monetary benefits derived from such. This places a strain between those in the movement, especially Chertov and the Tolstoy’s daughter Sasha, and the Countess. Bulgatov acts as the mediator between the parties, he who feels he needs to do what is truly in Tolstoy’s heart regardless of what Tolstoy may say or do.

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Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 22:06 Comments Off

Happy Tears

Jayne and Laura are about to take on the first man they just might not be able to handle: their seventy-something-year-old father Joe. Dutiful daughters returning to the house they grew up in, Jayne and Laura are forced to take a closer look at their own not-so-perfect lives while dodging childhood memories. Laura suspects that Joe needs full-time care, but Jayne hopes that their father’s condition isn’t that serious. Joe is still singing and playing his old guitar, and the lively widower even has a new “ladyfriend,” shameless and sassy Shelly. But as the visible moments of their father’s impending senility increase, so do the dysfunctional family dynamics. Tensions flare as the close sisters must also juggle their own very different lives – Laura’s busy schedule as an environmentalist and mother of two small children, and Jayne, desperate to finally have a baby with her workaholic art-dealing husband Jackson. Their adventures back home are not without magic, mischief and mayhem, and even a search for buried treasure in the backyard! Any tears that Jayne and Laura might shed will be happy ones.

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Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 22:06 Comments Off

Happy Tears

Jayne and Laura are about to take on the first man they just might not be able to handle: their seventy-something-year-old father Joe. Dutiful daughters returning to the house they grew up in, Jayne and Laura are forced to take a closer look at their own not-so-perfect lives while dodging childhood memories. Laura suspects that Joe needs full-time care, but Jayne hopes that their father’s condition isn’t that serious. Joe is still singing and playing his old guitar, and the lively widower even has a new “ladyfriend,” shameless and sassy Shelly. But as the visible moments of their father’s impending senility increase, so do the dysfunctional family dynamics. Tensions flare as the close sisters must also juggle their own very different lives – Laura’s busy schedule as an environmentalist and mother of two small children, and Jayne, desperate to finally have a baby with her workaholic art-dealing husband Jackson. Their adventures back home are not without magic, mischief and mayhem, and even a search for buried treasure in the backyard! Any tears that Jayne and Laura might shed will be happy ones.

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