Morning, Noon & Night
"Everybody has an addiction"
The film highlights the subject of addiction and its many forms through the eyes of six characters.
If I Had a Hammer
Set in 1964 just days before the Beatles appear on the Ed Sullivan show for the first time.
In a race against time, Carl (Bruce Campbell) launches a full-scale heist to steal mob money.
An astronaut doctor Ivan Hood and his fellow astronaut Kelly return from their mission in space to find the world has been taken over by aliens.
Josh Becker has written and directed five independent feature films: Thou Shall Not Kill…Except; Lunatics: A Love Story; Running Time; If I Had a Hammer; and most recently Morning Noon and Night. He has also directed nine episodes of Xena: Warrior Princess, as well as the pilot TV movie for the series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. Becker’s television movie Alien Apocalypse (2005), which he both wrote and directed, was SyFy Network’s highest-rated original movie ever. Becker’s Stan Lee’s Harpies premiered on the SyFy Network in 2007.
Becker has also written three published books. His first book The Complete Guide to Low-Budget Feature Filmmaking was published in 2006 and is now in it’s second edition. His second book Rushes: Essays on Film was published in 2007, followed by Going Hollywood which was released in 2009. Becker is a native Detroiter and has attempted mentor to aspiring young filmmakers.
Morning, Noon & Night
The film highlights the subject of addiction and its many forms through the eyes of six characters. One of the actors, Michael Bugard, plays, “a coke dealer named Bill who is obsessed with making illegal fireworks.” In addition to Bill, the film focuses on three college students, a history teacher, a lawyer and an executive as they all wage war on their personal demons.
Josh Becker made his mark directing friends Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell and Ted Raimi in such films as Thou Shalt Not Kill…Except, Running Time and Lunatics: A Love Story. One of the original Michigan Mafia members...
IF I HAD A HAMMER
Goofy daydreamer Phil Buckley meets the cause caring Lorraine in a music store and the two hit it off, and agree to spend the evening together at a local beatnik coffee house which offer it’s patrons an open mic to perform the then ever so popular “folk” music of the day.
This movie captures the epic change that occurred in America in the 1960s. The stage was set the weekend the Beatles made their appearance on the "Ed Sullivan Show." This masterfully...
In a race against time, Carl (Bruce Campbell) launches a full-scale heist to steal mob money from the prison that just released him. With the enrolled help of an old partner in crime (Jeremy Roberts), a driver and safecracker, he attempts to carry out the scheme. However, everything goes wrong and Carl is forced to make the most important decision of his life!
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