Our Feature Films
Compelling stories can be told in any genre, and we love them all. We’ve made comedies, dramas, thrillers, horror films, crime stories, and period pieces.
Crime drama Bayou Caviar features a stellar cast that includes two Oscar Winners, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Richard Dreyfuss, as well as Famke Janssen (X-Men, Taken) and Katharine McPhee (Scorpion, American Idol). The film is set in New Orleans and captures the beautiful eccentricity and the gritty underbelly of the magical city.
The film premiered theatrically in major cities, including NYC, LA, Chicago, Miami, Seattle, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, and more. It’s now available on Hulu and on various VOD platforms.
Suspense & Romance
Set in the Pacific Northwest, Last Seen in Idaho is a suspense-thriller with a sci-fi twist and a dash of romance. When a woman begins having shocking visions of her future murder, it’s a race against the clock as she tries to solve and prevent her own murder. Fireshoe’s Hallie Shepherd stars opposite General Hospital’s Wes Ramsey and Starship Troopers’ Casper Van Dien.
The film premiered on Showtime and is now available to stream on Peacock or rent on various VOD platforms.
WWII On A Budget
A bold undertaking, The Last Rescue is a micro-budget World War II drama shot for only $200,000 in 12 days in rural Alabama. The film had multiple battle scenes with military extras, military vehicles including authentic restored German and American tanks, pyrotechnics, and a large cast. In this suspenseful war story, three American soldiers and two Army Corps nurses are stranded behind enemy lines and try to orchestrate an escape by taking a high-ranking German officer as their prisoner. The cast includes Gilles Marini (Devious Maids, 2 Broke Girls), Brett Cullen (Joker, True Detective), and Cody Kasch (Desperate Housewives).
The film premiered on Redbox and is now available on Amazon Prime and various VOD platforms.
Everyone loves a good Bigfoot movie! Currently in the final stages of post-production, Bigfoot Killed My Wife is a silly comedy with a light murder mystery. The big question is: Who is responsible for Margo Anderson’s murder? Could it be the accused husband or one of the local townspeople? Or is it possible the husband’s claims are true and Bigfoot actually killed her?
To protect Bigfoot’s safety (he has worldwide fans and doubters), we aren’t yet releasing images of him, but rest assured he’s in the movie… lots!