Meltdown is a action/adventure film about a FBI agent who goes deep undercover to bring down a crime syndicate. When his cover is blown the mob and FBI want him dead. His only hope of ... See full summary »
Christopher J. Martin
Christopher J. Martin
After failing to save his wife from 'The Doctor', Kit Li is working as a bodyguard and secret stunt double for the cowardly martial arts film star Frankie Lane. Frankie attends an ... See full summary »
Meltdown, a Zombie/Comedy utilizing a stylistic mix of Shaun of the Dead and Mad Max, is an extension of the short that won Jake Mulliken and Lucky4Productions RAW Artists' Pittsburgh Film ... See full summary »
Jacob O'Brien Mulliken
Jacob O'Brien Mulliken,
Alicia Marie Marcucci
A former Special Forces Army Officer is in the right place, at the wrong time, when a group of Terrorists attack a U.S. Nuclear Power Plant. With the help of two facility engineers, this ... See full summary »
A US submarine runs into a time rift. A special unit goes on a mission to see what's on the other side. They find themselves in an alternate dystopian America, now a one-man dictatorship. They decide to help the rebels.
Despite scientist Nathan's warnings, his boss continues an experiment meant as publicity for his satellite firm: exploding an asteroid. Instead it splits, and the major piece, the size of ... See full summary »
Casper Van Dien,
Stefanie von Pfetten
This film was not all that bad as the story went but the camera work is what makes it difficult to watch. I just don't like that so-called "realistic" camera work that is being done nowadays; you know the type- jumping off center, panning around, etc. What got me particularly irritated about this film though was the new thing that they threw into the mix by shooting a few frames in black and white in each scene. I believe that the film would have been much better if the camera work was shot in the much more conventional way because as it was I couldn't concentrate on it and found myself analyzing the camera work instead. Maybe if more people express dissatisfaction with camera work like this the filmmakers will finally get the hint.
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