In the murky depths of Los Angeles’ world-famous La Brea Tar Pits there lies an ancient secret – a creature that, awakened by underground construction, turns a night of somber packing for Barry Greenwood and his co-workers into a desperate fight for survival.
“Kickin’ It Old Skool” revolves around a 12-year-old breakdancer, who in 1986 hits his head while performing at a talent show and as a result is comatose for 20 years. He awakens to find he is a grown man. With the mind and experience of a young kid, he attempts to revive his and his dance team’s short-lived career with the hopes of helping support his parents’ failing yogurt shop.
In the eerie backdrop of the Lousiana bayou, former inmate Frank sees the opportunity of a lifetime in the form of cursed cash. But this cash has a price of its own. Avenging the death of his brother at the hands of police officer Sam Merchant, Frank, with Jezabelle, form a sadistic plan of vengeance mixing violent rituals and voodoo curses. But Merchant’s son A.J. escapes almost certain death. Now, in order to save his family and himself, A.J. is pitted into a deadly standoff with ancient evil. Delve into the underworld of voodoo magic and the occult and pray for your soul.
In the late 80’s/early 90’s North America’s favorite pastime was collecting baseball cards. People would invest millions, in this game of pirates treasure, by putting their mint condition gold in plastic sleeves, locking it away and hoping it’s value would continue to rise year after year. Unfortunately, this house of cards would soon collapse, leaving the pieces of cardboard along with the hopes and dreams of fathers and sons worthless. Stu Stone was one of those sons, and his relationship with his father Jack, who was in the card business, would crumble with the industry. 25 years later, Stu is on a mission to discover why his beloved baseball cards are worth nothing more than the memories they hold of a happy childhood. What he didn’t plan on finding though, was the most elusive card of them all, his father Jack.