Brick (2005)
A teenager investigates the underworld of a local high school.
The Brothers Bloom (2008)
Swindling siblings lure an eccentric heiress into their elaborate scheme.
Deadgirl (2008)
After two teenagers find a dead girl in the basement of a disused mental asylum, the boundary between right and wrong becomes sickeningly blurred.
The Mind's Eye (2015)
A drifter with telekinetic powers sets out for revenge.
MDMA (2016)
Facing culture shock after being accepted at a prestigious university, a young woman from a tough background survives by develop a drug business.
Mohawk (2017)
Two members of the Mohawk people and their British lover are forced to flee into the woods when a group of vicious American renegades turns on them during the war of 1812.
Redeemer (2014)
An ex-hitman turns vigilante to seek redemption for his sins by taking on a vicious drug cartel and facing deadly assassin "The Scorpion".
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