Tuesday, July 7
Weekend campers, an escaped convict, young lovers and a police officer experience a night of terror when a hostile visitor from another world descends on a small Arizona town.
Titus Covington, Jose Rosete, Anna Harr, Adam Michael Gold, Joseph Mbah, Robert Conway, Dustin Leighton, Caleb Thomas
In BELZEBUTH, Special Agent Emanuel Ritter leads a police investigation into a series of shocking deaths. But after a priest from the Vatican finds a link between the murders and an ancient demon, a descent into horror ensues.
Tobin Bell, Emilio Portes, Tate Ellington, Joaquín Cosio, Luis Carlos Fuentes, Giovanna Zacarías, Aurora Gil, Aida López
When small-town video game store clerk Max Jenkins (Tom Plumley) discovers and plays the only known copy of Nether Dungeon, the legendary lost installment of the Nether Game series, he accidentally unleashes the ancient "Curse of The Ages," turning friends and family into possessed ghouls hell-bent on destroying civilization. It's up to Max and his best friends Reggie (Joey Morgan) and Liz (Hassie Harrison) along with old-school gaming gurus Eugene Wylder (Greg Grunberg) and Barton Grabowski (Joseph D. Reitman) to figure out how to beat the dark forces of The Nether before it's GAME OVER for humanity.
Greg Grunberg, Kevin Smith, Martin Kove, Jeremy Tremp, Joey Morgan, Lukas Gage, Scott Conditt, Tom Plumley
What Richard wanted was a fresh start, what he got was a nightmare. Browse tells the story of Richard Coleman (Lukas Haas), an introverted man who becomes convinced that his identity has been hacked after dabbling in online dating. Desperate for clarity, Richard seeks to uncover the truth as to who is trying to manipulate him — and why — but the more he struggles with his futile investigation, the further he’s cast into an insurmountable web of paranoia that threatens to destroy his thinning hold on reality.
Chloe Bridges, Mike Testin, Mario Carvalhal, Lukas Haas, Sarah Rafferty, Bodhi Elfman
MIGHTY OAK tells the story of Gina (Janel Parrish, “Pretty Little Liars,” To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before), a band manager who struggles after losing her brother/lead singer (Levi Dylan, 12 Mighty Orphans) in a fatal car accident while traveling to a gig. A decade later, Gina meets a 10-year-old music prodigy named Oak, played by newcomer Tommy Ragen, a real-life prodigy whose music inspired the screenplay. Oak seems to possess the same qualities as Gina’s late brother, inspiring her to pull her life back together and try to reunite the band with Oak as its new front man.
Matt R. Allen, Janel Parrish, Levi Dylan, Raven-Symone, Nana Ghana, Sean McNamara, Carlos PenaVega, Alexa PenaVega