Sub Genre: Historical Drama, Romance, Adventure, War
Based on the real-life story of Teket, a Civil War soldier who, after having experienced the horrors of war, walks home to Louisiana after being captured by the Union Army.
When asked to sign a parole form, he escapes , killing a soldier turned bounty hunter in the process. Having no supplies, he is pursued by another bounty hunter who wants only to kill him in revenge for the death of his brother. On his journey he finds letters written by soldiers on both sides of the conflict. Armed with these letters and dreams of home, Teket must struggle with being hunted, starvation, loneliness, and madness. Using the letters to keep his sanity and the occasional companionship of those he meets, he journeys homeward.
SOME STORIES...CAN KILL.
Family members try to outdo one another by each sharing their own stories about good vs evil.
The tales become progressively sinister and have a supernatural tie that binds them all
evidenced by a final revelation.
Who will win, good or evil? ....... Who will get what they deserve?.....
Who will receive their castigation?
Comedy / Mystery / Political Satire
After a particularly grisly death occurs in Farcical County, local law enforcement wonders if a supernatural force is at work. A quirky team of investigators in the fields of cryptozoology, ufology, and paranormal occurrences is called in to investigate, even as more bodies turn up. Who or what is responsible….angry politicians, secretive government agents, local carnival workers?
Or could it be the ELP, a creature of legend?
“The ELP” explores all of these possibilities in a dramatic, comedic, and horrific homage to films of the 50’s and a jest at monster hunters of today, combining a talented cast of characters with a great original music score.
Comedy / Drama
JUSTICE AND NOT THE WITNESS SHOULD BE BLIND!
But when the right to bear arms is involved, this is not always the case. When a mass shooting occurs, an obviously disturbed and self-confessed shooter is pursued but not arrested. In this tragic tale of hypocrisy and political ignorance, the weapon used ( a semi-automatic rifle), becomes the prosecuted.
This short drama pokes fun at the liberal court and its effort to limit the second amendment right to bear arms. With a blind witness and a handcuffed rifle the prosecutor makes his case for guilt while the defense, armed with facts, experts, and a confessional witness pleads for common sense...it would be funny, if it didn't seem so true.
In the spring of 1864, Union forces invaded Western Louisiana. The first obstacle to this Red River Campaign was the capture of a small, undermanned Ft. DeRussy which stood like the "Rock of Gibraltar" guarding the Red River from the Union Navy. Here less than 350 Confederates showed their courage against a force of 10,000 invading Union soldiers.
This documentary explores the rationale for the construction of the fort as well as some of the more significant events associated with Ft. DeRussy in an effort to raise awareness of this Civil War landmark that is slowly fading away.