Release Date: 12/1/15 (DVD)
Running Time: 106 mins.
Studio: Turning Point Pictures
Director: Leila Djansi
Cast: Brian White (Jeremy Spencer), Teyonah Parris (Bellissima McCain), Leon (David McCain), Macy Gray (Helen Harold), Edwina Findley Dickerson (Gayle McCain), Miranda Bailey (Paige), Kylee Russell (Ruby).
Story: Film centers on a young woman who extricates herself from a violent family situation in an act of self-preservation but to find herself, she must face her fears. Estranged from her family for ten years, Bellissima, ‘Bell’ Mccain, returns to Compton for her mother’s funeral and then is forced to stay and care for her sick father. The house becomes flooded not only with vivid memories of the abuse doled out by the very man whom Bell must nurse, but also her teenage sister, Ruby, who had died in the house has long awaited Bell’s return. Source(s): IMDB, Blackflix.
Details: On 4/5/15, The Wrap reported that Where Children Play has been acquired by the Urban Movie Channel. The film is slated for a limited theatrical release in June and will also run on the Urban Movie Channel. Source: The Wrap.
Release Date: 4/14/15 (DVD + Digital)
Running Time: 84 mins.
Studio(s): Archway West Productions, Distributors Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Director: Troy Byer
Cast: Chris Spencer (Calvin), Leon (Sean), Darrin DeWitt Henson (Robert), Shari Headley (Wendy), JD Lawrence (Sgt. Shilton), Troy Byer (Tanya), Bresha Webb (Lela), Daphnee Duplaix (Jessica), Tomiko Fraser Hines (Brea).
Story: Three women kidnap their exes and hold them hostage until they get the answers they think they need in order for their hearts to be free. Source(s): IMDB, Amazon.
Release Date: 12/14/18
Running Time: Unknown
Studio(s): 5459 Films,
AVG Global Entertainment,
Directors: Victor Hobson, Tee Ashira
Cast: Rocsi (Paula), Katy Mixon (Grace), Terri J. Vaughn (Ruth), Christopher McDonald (Sydney), Leon (Dale, Sr.), Victoria Rowell (Maybelle), Flex Alexander (Jessie), Jasmine Burke, (Melinda), Kyla Drew Simmons (Young Terry), Chico Benymon (Anthony), Joe Torry (Morris).
Story: Based on the Novel Soul Ties by Tee Ashira. When a young woman’s faith in her beloved collides head on with her faith in people, what begins as a tale of gut wrenching heartache, ends in a triumphant redemption that not only touches the soul, it leaves a welcome mat at the door of awakening. Source: IMDB.