COMING OF RAGE
“You Will Know HIS Name.”
Written and Directed by: Jordan Giesemann

SYNOPSIS:
At the center of the terror is Shane, an openly gay high school student outcasted by his peers and rejected by his alcoholic father, who, with the help of his newly developed telekinetic powers, becomes an unrestrained vengeance-seeking powerhouse after a cyber-bullying video goes viral on social media and serves as the catalyst that turns his gift into a weapon of horror and destruction no one will ever forget.

GENRE: Drama | Horror
STATUS: Pre-Production • RELEASE DATE: 2020
MOTION PICTURE RATING: Not Yet Rated
SUGGESTED MPAA RATING: Rated R for disturbing bloody violence and images, strong language and content relating to substance abuse, suicide and teen sexuality

BOY, INTERRUPTED
“A True Story Of Addiction.”
Written and Directed by: Jordan Giesemann

SYNOPSIS:
Chronicles the heartbreaking and inspiring experience of an openly gay teenager’s unmerciful and life-altering addiction to heroin and crystal meth over many years. This is the brutally honest, often painful account of his gradual, then sudden descent into the dark and dangerously seductive world of drugs.

GENRE: Drama
STATUS: Pre-Production • RELEASE DATE: 202?
MOTION PICTURE RATING: Not Yet Rated
SUGGESTED MPAA RATING: Rated R for intense depiction of drug addiction, disturbing behavior throughout, including violence, strong sexual material and pervasive language

WHITE RABBIT
“Losing Control Is Only The Beginning.”
Written and Directed by: Jordan Giesemann

SYNOPSIS:
In the wake of a brutal and horrific hate-driven assault, a film student suffering from PTSD soon finds his life starting to spiral out of control, and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence, his mind beginning to tear itself apart and anyone else who gets in his way.

GENRE: Drama | Horror | Thriller
STATUS: Pre-Production • RELEASE DATE: 202?
MOTION PICTURE RATING: Not Yet Rated
SUGGESTED MPAA RATING: Rated R for aberrant behavior, bloody and grisly images, strong sexual content, language and drug use/partying

#HASHTAG
“Death Is Trending.”
Written and Directed by: Jordan Giesemann

SYNOPSIS:
A HALLOWEEN-style slasher for the digital technology and millennial age, ‘Hashtag’ follows a popular, yet intellectual teenaged girl, who starts to question whether or not she is really a good person when her friends and classmates with large social media followings are targeted by a tech-savvy serial killer.

GENRE: Horror | Thriller
STATUS: Pre-Production • RELEASE DATE: 202?
MOTION PICTURE RATING: Not Yet Rated
SUGGESTED MPAA RATING: Rated R for strong bloody sadistic violence throughout, terror, pervasive drug and alcohol use, language and some sexuality – all involving teens

I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER
“They’re Dying To Keep A Secret.”
Written and Directed by: Jordan Giesemann

SYNOPSIS:
After a graduation day prank goes horribly wrong, ending tragically with the accidental death of one of their classmates, a group of friends, cruel and shallow at their core due to their privileged upbringing, make the fatal mistake of covering up their crime. Exactly one year later, each gains their own reminder of that night as one by one, they are terrorized and murdered by a violent stalker looking for more than an apology. A slick reimagining of the 1997 horror film, ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer.’

GENRE: Horror | Mystery | Thriller
STATUS: Pre-Production • RELEASE DATE: 202?
MOTION PICTURE RATING: Not Yet Rated
SUGGESTED MPAA RATING: Rated R for horror violence and terror throughout, teen drug and alcohol use, language and some sexual content

WHEN A STRANGER CALLS
“Whatever You Do, Don’t Answer The Phone.”
Written and Directed by: Jordan Giesemann

SYNOPSIS:
To Jill Johnson, it was the perfect the baby-sitting job. But then the phone rings and an ominous voice asks, “Have you checked the children?” Locked in with the lights out and the curtains drawn, a panicky Jill phones the police who trace the calls – only to inform her they’re coming from inside the house. And as the frightened teenager goes upstairs to check on the children, her quiet night of baby-sitting is about to turn into a nerve-shattering nightmare of suspense, horror and dread. A slick remake of the 1979 horror classic ‘When A Stranger Calls’ and a contemporary update to the well-known suburban legend ‘The Baby-Sitter and the Man Upstairs’.

GENRE: Horror | Mystery | Thriller
STATUS: Pre-Production • RELEASE DATE: 202?
MOTION PICTURE RATING: Not Yet Rated
SUGGESTED MPAA RATING: Rated R for terror, violence, disturbing/bloody images, and for language

SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD
“Do Not Disturb The Family.”
Written and Directed by: Jordan Giesemann

SYNOPSIS:
The sadistic members of a villainous family return to their childhood home, part of a subdivision in a suburban community well known for being a “Safe Neighborhood”, to terrorize the new home owners and their children, unaware that their victims are harboring some dark secrets of their own.

GENRE: Drama | Horror | Thriller
STATUS: Pre-Production • RELEASE DATE: 202?
MOTION PICTURE RATING: Not Yet Rated
SUGGESTED MPAA RATING: Rated R for strong brutal bloody violence and torture, pervasive language and some sexual content

THE BEAST OF BRAY ROAD
“The Legend Is Real. So Is The Terror.”
Written and Directed by: Jordan Giesemann

SYNOPSIS:
In Walworth County, Wisconsin, there is a remote road surrounded by trees for miles. Deep within these woods there lives a beast, a creature of myth and legend with a ruthless, driving need for blood and destruction. It cares for none, defends its territory with brutal force, and kills with a raw, animalistic savagery unlike any have seen before. When four college students travel to shoot a documentary film on the “The Beast of Bray Road”, day turns to nightmare as their project takes an unexpected and deadly turn when they find themselves being relentlessly pursued by the creature itself. Based on a true story.

GENRE: Horror | Mystery | Thriller
STATUS: Pre-Production • RELEASE DATE: 202?
MOTION PICTURE RATING: Not Yet Rated
SUGGESTED MPAA RATING: Rated R for strong horror violence, gruesome images, language and drug material

IN THE DEEP
“Your Deepest Fears Are About To Surface.”
Written and Directed by: Jordan Giesemann

SYNOPSIS:
When a sudden underwater tremor generates a 100-foot tsunami that strikes the California coast, a group of high school students serving weekend detention find themselves trapped in the rapidly sinking building with little hope of rescue. But they soon find that battling the elements, aftershocks and tensions rising as quickly as the water that surrounds them is the least of their problems – one of Mother Nature’s greatest predators is silently stalking them. A merciless pair of 15-foot great white sharks are actively pursuing the unlucky teenagers, having decided to make the school they are trapped in their new hunting ground.

GENRE: Drama | Horror | Thriller
STATUS: Pre-Production • RELEASE DATE: 202?
MOTION PICTURE RATING: Not Yet Rated
SUGGESTED MPAA RATING: Rated PG-13 for creature related violence and terror, bloody images, language and some sexual references


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