Man takes Hindu potion to make himself invisible.
Ozma of Oz is a new, fully animated feature based on the third book in L. Frank Baum's classic "Wizard of Oz" series. Dorothy revisits the Land of Oz and encounters a group of Wheelers (fuzzy creatures with wheels instead of feet) and a friendly robot-like character named Tik Tok. On a mission to help save the Royal Family of Ev, Dorothy is reunited with the Scarecrow, Tin Woodsman and the Lion, and meets Ozma, the Princess of Oz. Dorothy and her friends venture to the underground caverns of Nomeland, narrowly escaping the evil magic of the Nome King in their daring rescue of the Prince of Ev. Narrated by Margot Kidder, the Lightyear Wizard of Oz series was featured exclusively on HBO. Now reacquaint your family with some of literature's best-loved characters in this Colorful, timeless adventure.
Riots and Revolutions: Confronting the Times looks at the film's (Conquest of the Planet of the Apes) parallels to the issue of race relations facing the United States at the time and the violent outbursts of the early 1970s. Also included is a look at the life and times of star Roddy McDowall and his contributions to the Apes series, the style and feel director J. Lee Thompson brought to the film, shooting locations, and the film's two endings.
Veteran Lo Lieh, once again playing an evil black-magic priest, unleashes some particulary nasty Japanese ghosts on a peaceful Chinese village.
Here is the heartwarming story of a giant bipedic hippopatomus who has two conflicts he must resolve. First, the arrival of a renegade giant lizard from outer space who threatens the hero's territory.
The plot it involves getting rid of the Devil Clan, a gang of very efficient robbers who have never been caught. The depredations must have gotten more blatant because two constables, played by Pearl Cheung Ling and Tin Hok are both tasked with eliminating them. Pearl Cheung recruits Lam Gwong-Wing who is either the third constable of the title or an informant. Lam is a bit of a goof—he would rather lounge in luxury with beautiful young women peeling grapes for him than go after the Devil Clan—which seems to make a lot of sense—but he reluctantly goes along with her after she threatens him. Lam is literally grabbed away from her by the constable played by Tin Hok for his war for his parallel operation. There is a third figure, neither a constable nor a Devil Clanner. He is Wolf Warrior who simply shows up and kills people—lots of people.
After retreating from battle, a band of Mongolian soldiers take refuge in a cemetery where they are slaughtered by reanimated zombies from the netherworld. But the leader is possessed by the Devil and he levels an assault against a nearby Chinese village. Local monks cover themselves with writings from the sacred scriptures in an attempt to stop the marauding warlord and his ddemon army.
The continuation of adventures of a heroes of "Scheherazade's 1002nd Night"...
A young woman named Tu married to a repulsively disgusting, wheel chair confined, old man. There is also a repugnant cousin who takes advantage of the situation and rapes her. But she is really in love with the gardener. When lust-driven cousin murders the gardener, Tu kills herself to join her boyfriend in the afterlife.
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After an extended period directing original screenplays, dos Santos returned to the creative engagement with literature that was the wellspring of his early masterpieces, offering a combinatory adaptation of five stories by the renowned Brazilian novelist João Guimarães Rosa. Openly embracing a mode of magical realism, dos Santos' celebrated film tells the story of a farming family defined by the absence of its father who abruptly abandoned his wife and children, sailing away down the river, including his son who continues to communicate with his father, speaking daily to him from the river bank. While offering an evocative vision of rural Brazil as a timeless land of mystery and solemnity, The Third Bank of the River is also bitingly satiric in the remarkable depiction of religious belief when the family moves to the city and its youngest member, a mesmerizing little girl, is revealed to be a kind of saint, capable of miraculous acts. -Harvard Film Archive
A superhero becomes invisible after he swallows an Indian potion.
The enchantment of L. Frank Baum's classic "Wizard of Oz" books is captured in the exciting Emerald City of Oz, based on the sixth book in Baum's timeless series. The Nome King plots his revent against the Oz people, who narrowly defeated him in "Ozma of Oz." Working with the help of Guph, an invasion specialist, the Nome King and his troops tunnel under the Deadly Desert with the aim of enslaving the people of the Emerald City. Dorothy, the Tin Woodsman, the Scarecrow and their friends fear the worst, as Princess Ozma insists on finding a non-violent solution. Narrated by Margot Kidder, the Lightyear Wizard of Oz series was featured exclusively on HBO.
One of the better possession movies filled with hexes, spells and exorcisms. It also contains crucifixion (well, sorta), lesbian sex, and flying skulls. The overall tone is dark and gelid.
A young schoolgirl Samy sees some bikers hurt some other girls and that makes the bikers come after Samy. While fleeing she gets the help of a boy and her dog, but she still ends up in a different world along with her dog. In there she helps a witch who has lost her glass eye. But bad demons search for her as well and soon she ends up in the fight between gods and demons because she holds a great power within.
Panday is a blacksmith whose real name is Flavio. When a meteor fell from the sky one night, he forged the metal from the meteor into a dagger, the balaraw. When he raises the dagger to the sky, it magically grows into a sword. He uses this magical sword to fight the evil Lizardo and other supernatural beings.
A hunter and zombie struggle to gain the upper hand until they are both confronted by a new threat.
No signs of life. A man at the train station cuts his way through the passengers standing still as if time stopped.