The Trailer for the film Writer's Block. A down and out writer tries to work out his relationship problems through his writings. Starrring Ricardo Manigat, Tiffany E. Green, and Alicia Marie.
Itâ€™s the summer of 1973, and eight year-old Bobby Burkeâ€™s father has been MIA in Vietnam for three years. Heâ€™s been keeping his father alive through the magic of his SafeKeeper, a charm bracelet he wears on his wrist, but it seems lately that the SafeKeeperâ€™s power has been fading. The military has given up hope of finding his father alive, and even Bobbyâ€™s mom has taken up with a new guy, Nick, who seems determined to become a new father to him. Whatâ€™s worse, Bobby has to contend with a pair of fearsome Tolltakers who have entered his life: one, a local schoolyard bully who demands money to let Bobby get home from school in one piece; the other a demon who visits Bobbyâ€™s dreams to try to snatch the SafeKeeper from his wrist. Bobby fights desperately against these forces that seem intent on keeping his father from him forever, until his final, shattering confrontation with the truth and the understanding of the toll he must pay in order to grow up.
Shroud follows a young womanâ€™s (Victoria Celestine) journey from Holland to the America of the early 1860â€™s â€“ torn by civil war. Having learned of her husbandâ€™s peril in a lost town in the Old West, she has withdrawn from the funeral of her prestigious father to make a dangerous transatlantic journey. Arriving in the hidden town of Shroud, the woman begins to unravel a dark 300-year old secret. The facts arenâ€™t entirely clear, and much has been marred by folklore and myth, but something that began with the 16th century expedition of Francisco Coronado, the Spanish conquistador, has left a deep scar upon the native Apache who surround Shroud. For legend tells there is something else in The Arizona Territory besides Indians, Mexicans and Americans. Something in the hills. Something that never strays far from the place of its birth. Trained in the same ecclesiastical science as her husband, Victoria has come to solve the mystery of her husbandâ€™s disappearance and to confront the insatiable terror responsible for it. Against the objections of terrified townsfolk who serve it, and against the plotting of Confederate expatriates that defend it, a dedicated Victorian will challenge the rule of the ancient damned. Her desperate bid to illuminate the darkest pocket of pain and anguish in America will pit the summit of her fatherâ€™s forbidden knowledge against superstitionâ€™s coldest champion. In the end, the frontier of Manâ€™s frail knowledge will be put to the test, as his faith and his cold fears wrestle to rule his mind. Shroud is a story of science and sacrilege, hope and hubris. From the wreckage of the final moments, a child will become a man, and a legend will be born.