Summary: In a subversive take of the classic western, The Fourth
Horseman tells the story of the Drifter, a bandaged gunman on a
desperate quest to survive the nuclear ravaged remains of 1950s
America. He is taken under the wing of the reverend Jake Aldridge, a
sociopathic preacher, the leader of a dangerous array of men on a holy
quest through the wasteland, their destination unknown. One of those
horsemen is Winslow Merryweather, the unhappy man saddled with an
antiquated typewriter and assigned with chronicling the exploits of the
reverend, played by Joseph Steven.
Summary: It's 1940 and gumshoe detective Jake McLaurin, played by Joseph Steven, investigates a shooting at some ritzy Beverly Hills mansion. When he arrives, he finds the lady of the house in a daze, a baby alone in a locked car, and the body of an actress shot through the chest--to which all of the other party guests in the manor seem to be... oblivious.
Summary: In the imminent future, a callous pawnbroker runs a shop that deals in trafficking human memories. A regular, Emmett, played by Joseph Steven, would sell just about anything in his head to feed his fixes.
Summary: A failed restauranteur from the big city lands in a small town, looking for her second chance, where she encounters a cranky old female judge and the judge's timorous beau, Arthur, played by Joseph Steven.
Summary: The tale of Dorian Gray takes on a twist in 1890s dystropian London, as a young woman defends her fiancé accused of serial murders. Her investigation of a weapon leads her to the Manager of an auction house and gentleman's club, played by Joseph Steven.
Summary: Set all across a steampunk version of the United States in 1893, Marcus O’Riley and his partner The Magician specialize in the retrieval of folklore objects. While visiting a Chicago brothel, they get arrested by Police Captain (Joseph Steven), and conscripted into service by a mysterious government agency.
Wanda at Large "The Un-natural" Episode
(Clip of unaired episode not yet released from Warner Brothers, 0:26)
Summary: Comedienne Wanda Sykes takes to the streets as brash interview reporter who covers the man-on-street, an amorous Homeless Bum, played by Joseph Steven, about to propose to a woman of the streets.
Summary: A little girl's lost dog leads her to adventures and lesson of life learned on the streets from a quirky sage, Homeless Edmund, played by Joseph Steven.
View the Butler clip from Light Showers on YouTube! (1:00) (1:28)
Summary: Three stories of redemption, told in three different time periods, are each unified by a decades-recurring meteorite shower and the need for simple human touch ...such as that shared between a dying millionaire and his butler, played by Joseph Steven.
Summary: A new Reno 911-style dramedy is an improvised show that takes place at an upscale hair salon in Beverly Hills. The staff welcome a handsome new hairdresser to the crazy world at the salon that includes devisive managers, devious rivals, diva boys, deranged killers, and the other usual patrons like Weird George the Stalker, played by Joseph Steven. ...Maybe he's the killer!
A faded top model is dropped off at a warehouse studio where her photo session and photographer are not all they claim to be. Limo Driver played by Joseph Steven.
(clips coming soon)
Summary: James Earl Jones narrates this prize-winning film from The Doorpost competition, about the Lumière Brothers racing to invent the devices of cinematography before Thomas Edison could. Set in Lyons, France and filmed in French, Joseph plays a theater goer alarmed by the visuals of the first seen motion picture, when he and other patrons think a train has appeared in the local Café de la Soie.
Summary: In a post-apocalyptic world, harsh reality and imperceptible fantasy collide when Terraformer (a revisioned Sancho Panza) encounters the near insane, and radio active, Cervantes (portrayed by Joseph Steven).
Summary: Guest star Ernest Borgnine investigates the murder of Hassidic diamond courier, Milton Hirsch, played by Joseph Steven.
Summary: A man discovers his name on the doorman's guest list to an exclusive club, into which he didn't even know he wanted to go, where he encounters a weirdo barfly (played by Joseph Steven) ...literally from hell.
Summary: Detective Gray and Dr. Brown, a criminal psychologist (played by Joseph Steven), interrogate a young murder suspect who can no longer distinguish if he is a suspect in custody or an actor out on an audition.