|Last Goodbye 2004 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Jacob Gentry
Cast: Clementine Ford, Christopher Rydell, Liam Dunaway O'Neill, David Carradine, Faye Dunaway, Sara Stanton, Chad McKnight, Alex A. Quinn, Margaret Blye, Jonathan Spencer, Tim Habeger
The lives of six people converge in Atlanta during one hot, humid day when successful TV actress Agnes Shelby (Clementine Ford (daughter of Cybill Shepherd)) flees home to make a movie with director Sean Winston (Faye Dunaway). Also in town is rock-singer Peter Fitzpatrick (Liam Dunaway O'Neill (son of Faye Dunaway)) who used to be involved with Agnes but is now running around with Jen (Sara Stanton (niece of Harry Dean Stanton)). Meanwhile, Roland (Christopher Rydell (son of director Mark Rydell)) works for Jen's father (Tim Habeger) and would love to be her significant other, and then there's the Bible salesman (David Carradine) who is an alcoholic preacher.
|The Signal 2008 R, 99 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Sci-Fi
Director: David Bruckner, Dan Bush, Jacob Gentry
Cast: Anessa Ramsey, Michael Nguajah, AJ Bowen, Scott Poythress, Justin Welborn, Matthew Stanton, Suehyla El-Attar, Cheri Christian, Christopher Thomas, Lindsey Garrett, Chad McKnight, John Clifton, Dan Bush, David Bruckner, Claire Bronson
This horror tale involves three overlapping stories. In the first, "Crazy in Love," Ben (Justin Welborn) and his married lover Mya (Anessa Ramsey) are in Terminus City where they are awakened by a broadcast signal that turns ordinary people into murderers, and Mya encounters them on her way home. The second, "The Jealousy Monster," is about party hosts Anna (Cheri Christian) and Ken (Christopher Thomas) and their guests who experience murder along with the broadcast signal. In the third, "Escape from Terminus," Ben and Clark (Scott Poythress) search for Mya while technology is causing their world to crumble.
|1. Last Goodbye (2004)|
2. The Signal (2008)
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