A divorced father who’s let himself go faces the reality of losing custody and visitation of his son. As he tries to make things right, he discovers more about himself during a last hoorah weekend in Milwaukee with his son and best friend.
A suicidal man finds out that he can’t really die when each attempt leads to a copy of himself being sent into the world through his apartment. With his sister, they try to understand what is going on.
Darkness lurks in a farm house where a family reunites as the father is slowly dying in his own bed. As things start going weirder and darker, the family has to decide if they want to stay and face the darkness or run and avoid themselves.
Nicole Groton has worked within the Hollywood system for years in various functions, working on films like “X-Men” and “Zombieland: Double Tap.” Ms. Groton recently released her second film, and first feature film with “Darkness in Tenement 45,” a horror thriller set in a closed in New York apartment building after a biological attack from the Soviet Union. We spoke with Ms. Groton on her newest genre entry.