Do you believe in ghosts? Well, whether you do or not, you'll want to tune in for this superspooky flick that takes you inside an abandoned -- and possibly haunted! -- women's prison. A skeptic and her ex-husband, a documentary filmmaker, both with differing opinions about the supernatural, stumble across some scary revelations about the facility's violent and abusive history.
A gripping psychological horror thriller that follows one man's relentless investigation into a world of deceit, murder, and the occult.
Faye Bowers is the host of a low-rent paranormal activity show, a master of trickery and pretence, but she is desperate to be taken seriously as a journalist. When she learns that the show is to be axed, she is determined to go out with a bang.
Blackstone is a Canadian television series, which airs on APTN and Showcase. Written, created, directed and produced by Canadian producer Ron E. Scott, the series began filming its eight episodes, plus a pilot, in 2010 in and around Edmonton, Alberta. The second season has concluded and a third season of the series is in development. Blackstone follows the lives of Indians on the Blackstone Indian reserve. The story is told from an Aboriginal point of view and according to Scott, “Blackstone is relevant and relational in an Aboriginal story world, with universal themes and conflicts that are not only relatable to some First Nations out there today, but also to the world of politics and power in general. Nathaniel Arcand, Justin Rain and Carmen Moore are three cast members from Blackstone who also starred in the 2010 film Two Indians Talking. Other cast members include Eric Schweig, Andrea Menard, Michelle Thrush, Roseanne Supernault, Steven Cree Molison, Ashely Callingbull, Michael Holden and Gordon Tootoosis.