Directed by: Robert D. Siegel
Starring: Patton Oswalt, Kevin Corrigan, Michael Rappaport
In football, there are fans...and then there’s Paul (Oswalt). Living with his mother and working as a parking attendant, he lives for game days when he can cheer on the New York Giants. But when a chance encounter with his favorite player goes seriously awry, he finds himself at odds with his family, the media, and the authorities.
New York Doll
Directed by: Greg Whiteley
Featuring: Arthur Kane, Morrissey, David Johansen, Sylvain Sylvain, Iggy Pop, Chrissy Hynde
Arthur “Killer” Kane of the glam-punk group The New York Dolls disappeared from the music scene after the band’s break-up and found new life as a Mormon. Years later, musician Morrissey offers the Dolls a chance to reunite. For Arthur, the reunion is a lifelong dream that, as it turns out, comes not a moment too soon.
Directed by: Stuart Gordon
Starring: William H. Macy, Julia Stiles, Denise Richards, Mena Suvari, Joe Mantegna
William H. Macy (“The Cooler”), Mena Suvari (“American Beauty”), Denise Richards (“Wild Things”), and Julia Stiles (“The Bourne Supremacy”) star in this wickedly sexy thriller based on the play of the same name by David Mamet. A Tarot card reading sends Manhattan businessman, Edmond Burke (Macy), into a mysterious and twisted game of sex and murder.
Directed by: Matt Aselton
Starring: Zooey Deschanel, Paul Dano, John Goodman
Mattress salesman, Brian (Dano), dreams of adopting a baby from China until his life is interrupted by a romance with quirky, wealthy Happy (Deschanel). To win her over, he must contend with her father (Goodman), an art-collecting loudmouth. Features additional performances by Ed Asner, Jane Alexander, and Zach Galifinakis.
The Great New Wonderful
Directed by: Danny Leiner
Starring: Maggie Gyllenhaal, Olympia Dukakis, Tony Shalhoub, Will Arnett, Edie Falco, Stephen Colbert
Several New Yorkers – an oddball shrink, a cluelessly competitive pastry chef, and a flirtatious security guard – reveal their eccentric stories in this bittersweet comedy from director Danny Leiner ("Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle").
Mail Order Wife
Directed by: Huck Botko, Andrew Gurland
Starring: Adrian Martinez, Andrew Gurland
“Mail Order Bride” is an outrageous film about the lengths some men will go to for the companionship of an attractive woman. Andrew (Gurland) is making a documentary about mail-order marriage and thinks he’s found the perfect subject in Adrian (Martinez), who’s in the midst of ordering a bride.
Directed by: Tim Hunter
Starring: Ashely Johnson, Chad Lindberg, Seth Adkins
It all starts when Lilly embalms the school mascot, crashes her father's car into her mother's tombstone and ends up trying to help William kill himself. From there things started to get a little complicated. It's a sad little romantic comedy about a group of hopeless mess-ups.
Bob The Butler
Directed by: Gary Sinyor
Starring: Tom Green, Brooke Shields
Likable Bob (Tom Green) can’t hold a job, and alphabetically finds employment using the phonebook. In the “B’s”, he stumbles upon “Butler School” and is soon hired by Anne (Brooke Shields), single mother of two and business owner, who desperately needs help. But trouble ensues when Bob is put in charge. Anne’s family will never be the same!
Directed by: Richard Jobson
Starring: Kevin McKidd, Dominic Monaghan, Gordon Alexander, Rachel Grant
The Purifiers are a gang with a fierce reputation for protecting the streets. Tired of hopeless government initiatives and bad policing, Moses (McKidd), the leader of a rival gang, attempts to create an alliance to control the streets. The Purifiers stand alone, and in so doing lay the groundwork for their destruction.
Directed by: Kristoffer Tabori
Starring: Christian Slater, Gil Bellows
Vincent Palmer (Slater) is high-tech’s top headhunter. For $1 million, he will get his candidate, willingly or not. When Viztrax executive Ben Keats (Bellows) repeatedly turns down a job offer, he resorts to threats to persuade him. When Palmer promises to kill Keats' family, he realizes he has only two choices: take the job or do a little “headhunting” himself.