For Bobby

TV-14 13 min

In this psychological thriller, "Bobby," who was in the wrong place wrong time was shot during a violent gang-related dispute outside his home.

Tony Martone

Rated R (Restricted)

Tony "Untouchable" Martone leads the mafia in East Providence, RI until a rival family (Amato) attempts to take control of their territory.

Letters for Annie: Memories from WW2

TV-PG 1 hr 15 min

In 2007, Annie Connerton called John Lombardo in a frantic state to come visit her immediately and to bring a box of war letters dating back to the 1940's that were in John's possession. 

The Harvard Psychologist

TV-MA 40min

Amy Finke, Claire Foster, Diane Waters; just some of victims that were murdered by Henry Millard a Harvard Psychologist.. By using his psychology degree and his powerful mind he can lure his victims and be untraceable to the crimes of murder. In 2019 Henry moved into a new hometown and has his eye on Elizabeth Carter a recent literacy graduate who resembles many qualities of his ex-wife.

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When the Sun Dies Film -- INTRO Song by BEPW

I've Moved On By Brian Ebin Wolfe

Pour me whiskey for breakfast, with my morning tea
Soon I'll be putting some distance, between these outlaws and me
I've discarded most of my history
I'm beyond fear, I've moved on
Where's that future, once bright as the sun
How can I save the whole world, if I can't save my son
The deeper I go, the farther I see
It's like I'm back at NASA, part of the great mystery
I've discarded most all of my history
I'm beyond fear, I've moved on
I'm beyond fear, I've moved on
credits from Passage, released April 30, 2021
Brian Ebin Parker Wolfe: Vocals, Acoustic & Electric guitars
Bobo Lavorgna: Bass
Peter Mitchell: Keyboards
Harmonies: Rose Wolfe, Bumpy Chimes
Recorded by Michael Arafeh at The Coffeehouse Recording Studio, Middletown CT, Produced by Michael Arafeha