An Edward Pressman Film
Terrorist attacks on big cities cause the white collar, William (Henry Ian Cusick) and his wife, Jessica (Gabrielle Anwar) to relocate to their newly purchased ranch in the middle of nowhere. When they arrive, they find ranch hand, Elias (Dave Baez), already living there. As they battle over the property, massive attacks by terrorists destroy the outside world they once knew it. What happens to necessities? What happens to class? What happens to law? What happens in the end...you decide.
9/TENTHS is a gripping story about the will to survive at whatever costs. They say any type of warfare is hell, including terrorist activity. You have everything, and before you know it, it gets taken away. How will you manage? As the tag line reads, "How far will you go to survive?" This is the premise of the film-the choices one makes, to survive.
Eddie Furlong dons the makeup in The Crow, Wicked Prayer, the fourth installment in The Crow, film series. This tale follows Jimmy Cuervo (Furlong), a down-on-his-luck ex-con living in a polluted mining town on an Indian reservation that would run him out of town if not for the remainder of his probation. With his time nearly finished, he plans to start a new life with his gorgeous girlfriend, Lily (Emmanuelle Chrique), and leave the dreaded town for good. Unluckily for them, Luc Crash (David Boreanaz) and Lola Byrne (Tara Reid) head up a gang of local Satanists who have another idea up their sleeve when they decide to murder the couple in a ritualistic slaying they hope will conjure the rebirth of the Antichrist. When the local Indian myth of the Crow reawakens Jimmy, he heads out on a one-man path of vengeance that will lead him to the highest Satanist himself, El Nino (Dennis Hopper). Also starring Danny Trejo, Dave Baez and Macy Grey. The film was directed by Lance Mungia of underground fave "The Six String Samurai".