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Jennifer, Ellie, and Madeleine go out for a night on the town, and awaken to find themselves trapped in the same body after being murdered, dissected and stitched together. Determined to find out what happened to them and who is responsible, they set out on a madcap quest for revenge.

Directed by Tyler MacIntyre

Written by Tyler MacIntyre and Chris Hill

Starring: Tory Stolper, Maria Blassuci, Tracey Fairaway, Corey Sorenson, and Jon Rudnitsky


Patchwork premiered at Screamfest in Los Angeles, and won Best Picture, Best Actress, and best editing.  It premiered and won numerous awards at various leading festivals around the world including Toronto After Dark, Frightfest in Glasgow, Nocturna in Madrid, and slew of other festivals in Mexico City, Edmonton, Canada, Arizona, Brussels, and Brazil.   


The movie is now available online on TubiTV, Amazon, and iTunes.

The Webman Brothers were part of an awesome production team made up of skilled and prolific producers such as John Negropontes, Jason Musante Klein, and executive producer, Jonathan Lonsdale.


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Behind the Scenes Photos & Production Stills

Blowing Up Right Now

Shep and Mandy are coming up on their fifth anniversary together. They’re one of those perfect couples you see on social media, but in reality they seem to not know each other at all anymore. When Mandy tries to finally break up with Shep, they’re stunned by an emergency phone alert: BALLISTIC MISSILE INBOUND FOR LOS ANGELES. With LA in a panic, Mandy and Shep decide to ride out the crisis at home, and work through everything that is wrong with their relationship.

Directed by Tom Morris

Written by Chris Hill

Starring: Danny Jolles and Sujata Day

Blowing Up Right Now premiered at the Dances With Films festival where it won Best Feature Film. It also screened at the Edmonton International Film Festival where it won Best International Feature.

The movie is now available online on Amazon and iTunes.

The production team consisted of the Webmans, Tyler MacIntyre, Rashaana Shah, Jaz Kalkat with executive producers Neal Batra and Jonathan Lonsdale.

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