Synopsis:When young Fool (Brandon Adams) breaks in to the house of their family membersвЂ™s greedy and uncaring landlords, he discovers a troubling situation where incestuous adult siblings have actually mutilated lots of men and kept them imprisoned under stairs inside their big, creepy house. As Fool tries to flee before the psychopaths can get him, he satisfies their child, Alice (A.J. Langer), that has been spared any extreme control by her deranged parents. Can Fool and Alice escape before it is too late?
ItвЂ™s the story of a community standing up to oppressive forces that have kept them marginalized why itвЂ™s вЂњfeel goodвЂќ:The People Under the Stair is more than just the story of a boy overcoming his fears to become a hero. Parallels to the present situation canвЂ™t be ignored that can provide a cure for real, lasting modification.
The GirlsDirected that is final by Strauss-Schulson
Synopsis:Max, recently orphaned, would go to see a testing of a B-horror movie that her mom made twenty years previously. Whenever Max and her friends are into the global realm of the movie it self, they have to use their understanding of horror tropes to endure.
Why itвЂ™s вЂњfeel goodвЂќ:Max is provided the chance to connect along with her dead mother as a peer, leading to both understanding and quality.
SpringDirected by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead
Synopsis:An aimless son (Lou Taylor Pucci) takes an impromptu day at Italy and becomes involved in an alluring genetics student (Nadia Hilker) whom harbors a transformative key.
Why itвЂ™s вЂњfeel goodвЂќ:Spring reminds us that sometimes (not at all times, but often) the most crucial and significant relationships we make will be the ones that appear extremely difficult. Never give up on love.