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Last year we had the please of talking with director Jeff Orgill of Boppin’ at the Glue Factory (See: The 5Ws and How: Boppin’ at the Glue Factory). If you have not seen the satire yet, it follows a drug-addled nurse who lands a job in a ramshackle convalescent home, where he develops a mutually enabling relationship with jazz saxophone-playing resident. The movie “explores the relationship between addiction, friendship and co-dependency.” Watch the trailer above, then check out the flick on Amazon.

Check out these other films to rent/buy online…

Mile High HorrorEvery October in Denver Colorado is the Mile High Horror Film Festival. A festival that celebrates short indie horror flicks. The festival has taken 10 of their best pieces and have released them as an anthology feature film. Thanks to Indie Rights Movies, you can watch them for free online!

Description: TEN great short films curated by Tim Schultz… including: The Table, directed by Shane Free: Friends buy what looks to be an antique table before discovering it has a far more sinister purpose. Velvet Road, directed by L. Gustavo Cooper: In the racially charged South of the 1960’s the black population of a small town is blamed for the spread of a virulent plague… A Little Off the Top, directed by Adam O’Brien: A hair stylist and his long lost, famous client reunite for a styling session down memory lane with unpleasant consequences for one of them. White Room, directed by Chris Chitaroni: Like many youngsters, Cindy believed there was something ominous lurking within her closet. Unfortunately she was right. Bunny Boy, directed by Brandon LaGanke: When a young child walks home from school he encounters a strange-looking man in a full bunny costume laying in his back yard. The man is not moving and appears to be dead. Instead of fleeing, the child is intrigued and engages in a silent conversation. Little does he know, the man is not dead. On the contrary, he’s quite alive. Nursery Crimes, directed by L. Whyte: Rhymes with murder. Certified: In 1950’s rural America, a postman’s first day takes a terrifying turn when a precocious young girl tells him of her family’s horrible tragedy. Incubator, directed by Jimmy Weber: A young man wakes up in a bathtub full of ice and blood only to discover his problems have just begun. You’ve heard the urban legend… this is worse.

Check out the short movies for free on the Indie Rights Movies YouTube page and come back and let us know which of the movies are your favorite!

Also, you can check out these horror movies online…


SHIFTED

It has been a while since we have spotlighted an indie film that you can watch online. Today we’re taking a look at an indie crime flick from Indie Rights Movies, SHIFTED. Directed by Michael Madison, the film stars Madison, Jill Wagner, Jeris Poindexter, Frankie Ray, and Vanessa Johansson.

Official Description: SHIFTED is a crime drama about a young man stranded in Los Angeles, who is forced to re-evaluate his life, while hunted by a corrupt, ex-employer.

Check out the crime film for free on YouTube, then come back and let us know what you think in the comments!

Independent films available to purchase online.



From Indie Rights Movies, Earthrise is a sci-fi thriller from director/writer Glenn Payne. The movie focuses on a small crew from a colonized Mars that is on the journey to Earth to help rehabilitate the dying planet. On their way to Earth, something goes wrong. Starring Meaghin Burke, Casey Dillard, and Greg Earnest. Earthrise is available on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download via Amazon.

Posted on January 17th, 2017 by ThePit | Leave a Comment
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Suitable for Murder

We focus a lot on free horror movies (because good or bad, they are always fun), but today we thought it would be nice to throw in a crime thriller/indie noir into the mix. From Indie Rights Movies we have Suitable for Murder, from director Fred P. Watkins (Revenge Bites, Bikini Detectives) and starring Ali Faulkner, Jackson Bostwick, Morgana Shaw, and Nate Rubin.

Description (spoilers): Joe Mondragon, a veteran cop who gets things done, forms an unlikely partnership with Samantha Baines. She is attached to Police Intelligence Division and feels more comfortable handling a computer than a gun. Samantha’s computer skills are needed to help hack into and track two serial killers who get their victims from Internet Chat Rooms. The plan goes horribly wrong and in a fire fight between Samantha and Joe, and the two killers, Joe is killed when Samantha is unable to make herself fire her weapon at the two serial killers. Samantha feels guilty and responsible. With the help of her new friend Mimi, and the Head of Homicide, Samantha reinvents herself and avenges Joe after a relentless chase of the killers.

You can check out Suitable for Murder free on YouTube and Snag Films.



Zombie Pirates

Hey everyone, it has been a while but we’re back spotlighting some fun free movies that you can find online. Today’s pick is Captain Z and the Leviathan of Terror from indie VOD distributor Indie Rights Movies.

The movie from 2014 is a horror comedy from director Steve Rudzinski, who also helmed indie horror flicks Red Christmas and Everyone Must Die! Captain Z does not take itself serious with a tone that has been compared to one of my favorite flicks, Army of Darkness. Low budget charm mixed with horror and comedy? You have my attention.

Official Description: In 1714 Captain Zachariah Zicari stops a group of possessed townsfolk from using a powerful amulet that would have released the ultimate evil, the Leviathan. Fast forward to 2014 and the amulet is again in the wrong hands. Can Captain Z save the earth? (Source: IMDB)

Throw some popcorn on and click here to watch Captain Z and the Leviathan of Terror for free! The movie stars  Zoltan Zilai, Madison Siple, Steve Rudzinski, and Aleen Isley.


We were thrilled to chat with director Jeff Orgill about his independent film, Boppin’ at the Glue Factory.

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Who?
Boppin’ at the Glue Factory, directed by Jeff Orgill, is a satire which incorporates a variety of likeable characters spearheaded by the very talented Henry Dittman and Conrad Roberts. Ditman plays Eric Labudde, an addicted nurse who can get away with anything, and Roberts plays jazz man Tharin Sanders. Together they form an unlikely partnership all in the name of getting high.

This is lead actor Henry Dittman’s first leading role in a feature length motion picture. Conrad Roberts, as jazzman Tharin Sanders, has memorable roles in Mosquito Coast as Mr. Haddy and in Serpent and the Rainbow as Christophe. Mews Small’s, as Mary LeDoux, most recognizable role was as Candy, Jack Nicholson’s partying girlfriend in One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest who deflowers Billy Bibbit.

The story is by Jeff Orgill and Hector Maldonado, with the screenplay by Jeff Orgill and B. Scott O’Malley (of Bleak Future fame). The film is being distributed by Indie Rights (Online) and Passion River Films (DVD).

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What?
Desperate for a place to live and for his next fix, drug-addled nurse Eric LaBudde (Henry Dittman) lands a job in a ramshackle convalescent home, where he develops a mutually enabling relationship with jazz saxophone-playing resident Tharin Sanders (Conrad Roberts). As Eric charms his way into the home’s drug cabinet, he inadvertently brings some light to the retirees’ grim lives.

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Where?
Boppin’ at The Glue Factory takes place in St. Joseph’s Convalescent Home – a grim geriatric care facility. The shooting location was in Norwalk, California at the Metropolitan State Hospital at a decommissioned building that had also been featured in Tim Burton’s Ed Wood.

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When? 
Boppin’ at The Glue Factory finished post-production in 2009 and after an award-winning festival run was released through Prescreen.com, Passion River Films and Indie Rights for online distribution.

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Why?
When director Jeff Orgill discovered his video camera was missing and had been pawned by his junkie friend and roommate he was inspired to explore the relationship between addiction, friendship and co-dependency. Orgill fathomed issues about complicity, enabling behavior, trust and betrayal as he grappled with the personal horror of finding your best friend was not who he appeared to be. By transposing his personal predicament to the world of health care in an old age facility, Orgill was able to get some needed distance from this painful personal story, working in a more social and satirical commentary about a bleak American institution – the “old folks home” AKA “the glue factory.”

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How?
Boppin’ at The Glue Factory is available on VOD and DVD.

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