Neil Breen produces, writes, directs, edits and stars in Fateful Findings, a story of a young boy that finds a magical rock and falls in love with a neighborhood girl. After a horrific car accident as an adult, he rediscovers things from his past he thought he has forgotten. Oh yeah, and he also hacks the government databases for some reason. Join our hosts and special guest Emily Barbi as we pick apart this unusual movie.
The Films Uncorked hosts take Substance D with friend Rob Leblanc and watch A Scanner Darkly with an A-list cast of Robert Downey Jr, Winona Rider, Keanu Reeves, and Woody Harrelson.
When a father becomes ill, he takes he estranged and reluctant son through the fantasy of stories. However, there is a good possibility that there is truth behind these stories, but does it matter when it comes to family?
What Happened To Monday
Starring Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close, and William Defoe. About a futuristic time when people can only have one child from overpopulation (we should take notes folks cause stupid people are multiplying) anyways.
William Defoe is the father of 5 Identical twins And names them Monday through Friday and it’s a story about how Monday went missing and the family has to go out looking for them on their certain day of the week. Great dialogue, great plot, great action, great film. You can all find it on Netflix if you haven’t seen it already made in 2017. You’re welcome… Oh, and a shout out to Derek Branco for bringing this film to my attention.
Our favorite truck driver Jack Burton (Kurt Russell) is learning that San Francisco’s Chinatown has some bizarre characters whose main goal is to kidnap his best friends fiancee who has green eyes! Who knew that having green eyes will help break ancient curses!
The boss is away, so what does Andrew and Tonia watch? Ummm. Interlocking tales of highway terror revolve around malevolent spirits at a truck stop, a mysterious traveler, a car accident and a home invasion.
What would you do if you found the woman of your dreams AND you found out that you can travel within your only timeline onto the past? Well, that is exactly what this movie is about.