Hell to Pay (2014)



Visit the official film site of HELL TO PAY, director Jay Jennings' critically acclaimed feature about an L.A. debt collector who dares to double-cross his boss.

Jimmy and May (2014)




Synopsis:

Jimmy is a laid-back writer who lives in a Downtown Los Angeles house with his unpredictable Japanese girlfriend, May, who is addicted to internet chat rooms. 

Their strange love/hate relationship consists of arguing over her addiction, questioning her loyalty, and mind blowing sex.

May is fed up with Jimmy's accusations, but the last straw comes after he hangs up on her mother during a long distance call to Japan.

When May commands Jimmy to make love to her, he is more than happy to oblige her, but when the next morning arrives, May becomes completely unhinged, picking up a switchblade and cornering Jimmy in the kitchen where she repeatedly stabs him, leaving blood everywhere.

Later that day, a breaking news story appears on the television. Not only has May stabbed Jimmy to death, but she has set his house on fire, which is now burning out of control.



"Get off the damn internet, May!"

Vampire Dinner (2014)




Synopsis:

Combining elements of early 70's Euro-Horror films, Roger Corman's gothic thrillers, and TV's "Dark Shadows", director Jay Jennings' "Vampire Dinner" features a campy film score and dialogue right out of a vampire novel.

The story concerns two mysterious people, Frederick and Lamia, who share a common interest in vampire folklore. On Hollow's Eve, Frederick arrives at Lamia's gothic estate. After they share a glass of Tokai wine (bull's blood), Lamia prepares an authentic, Transylvanian dinner for two, yet only Frederick alone dines on the five course meal, as Lamia barely touches her food. 

As the evening progresses, the two exchange vampire stories, engaging in a verbal game of cat and mouse which leads to a startling conclusion. Daylight approaches and their true intentions are finally revealed.


Lamia tells a story before dinner.



Frederick prepares for his vampire dinner.





Frederick examines his glass of bull's blood.




Frederick and Lamia embrace for a memorable goodnight kiss.

Redneck Actor (2014)




Synopsis:

"Redneck Actor", takes an inside-look at the flip side of Hollywood's rich and famous....the life of a struggling, out-of-work actor and his unrealistic expectations of fame and wealth.

Carl (William Edward North) is a two-bit, character actor from Atlanta, Georgia, whose only claim to fame was that he once shared a small scene with Billy Bob Thorton at The Actors Studio. Carl considers himself an undiscovered genius on the verge of stardom.

In a series of bizarre vignettes, we follow Carl during his daily routine, which includes fighting with his agent who has no intention of finding Carl a job and then running into his oddball friends, which include a dog walker to the stars, a wannabe actress who sells oranges, and a stand-in for Isaac Hayes!

Carl is on a quest for that big film role that will finally give him his "15 minutes of fame", as he mindlessly searches for that elusive pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Knowing Carl, if and when his golden opportunity comes, he'll probably miss his big audition when once again his alarm clock fails to wake him up in time.


Carl wakes up late again, missing yet another audition.




Carl's agent tells him it would be best to find another career.

Target For Elimination (2014)




Synopsis:

An assassin's assignment was simple enough. Kill or be killed. But this time, his intended target was....himself. And he never turns down a job. When the assassin eventually confronts himself in an outdoor garage, a shoot-out ensues. Each man trying to eliminate the other. One of their bullets strikes its intended target, blood splatters, and someone has just died. The assassin has completed his assignment. But the question remains: Is the assassin now dead too? 


A bullet flies towards its intended target.


Another day, another job.

Kids Are People Too! (2013)



"Kids Are People Too: Bob McAllister's Wonderama", is the first ever documentary about "Wonderama", a popular 1960s and 70s children's tv show which attracted 6 to 10 million viewers every Sunday morning, as host Bob McAllister introduced a variety of entertaining games, contests, songs, musicians, magicians, and celebrities. The waiting list for tickets to get on the show was seven years! Remember such memorable segments as "Snake Cans", "Exercise", "Fingleheimer", "Aardvark", "Bob's Bamboozler's", and Bob's most famous song, "Kids Are People Too?" 


"Kids are people too....wackadoo, wackadoo, wackadoo!"



"Who wants to play Snake Cans?"


Click here to watch the trailer -----> "Wonderama Documentary"


The Drowning (2013)



Visit the official film site of THE DROWNING, director Jay Jennings's haunting film about the aftermath of a tragic drowning.