Welcome to Action Park: A lawless amusement park in 1980s New Jersey that lay somewhere between Lord of the Flies and a Saw movie.
But rather than scaring patrons away, the park's dangerous reputation only served to lure them in. And decades later, the park's survivors look back at it with a mix of awe, nostalgia, and horror.
After the worst day of his life, Greg meets Jenny on a park bench where they engage in a little game of "Who had the worst day?"
This is a music video for the track "Crazy" by J-Key. J-Key wakes up in a mysterious warehouse with a head injury and no idea how he got there. He travels through long corridors and desolate, empty spaces, seeking an exit, but finding no escape. Along the way, he discovers he's being followed by ghosts from his past.
As the bassist of the three-piece punk-rock band, DUH, Judy dreams of quitting her job and touring full time. But when the band finds themselves on their first tour with a man-eating hillbilly for a roadie the "gig life" is filled with nightmares and half-eaten bodies.
Living Proof Pictures is proud to present this Juvenalian satire centering on two Gingers-- one a recent widow and the other her mother-in-law as they struggle with recent loss. As we careen through this lucid nightmare with them, we are faced with the bizarre, darkly comedic and terrifying realization that sometimes our most true selves aren't always our best selves.
A Group of Friends decide to go on a ghost tour around Halloween. But then the tour guide takes them somewhere truly scary.
A paranoid, stay-at-home husband grows suspicious of his next door neighbor
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