After her father forbids her from seeing her boyfriend, Pring commits suicide and comes back as a really bitchy ghost that goes around killing everyone and being a bitch. She demands that her boyfriend kill himself too, or she'll keep on being a bitch.
Claymation terror. A team of ghost hunters meet their doom.
An Abdul Zainidi short film chose for the Cannes short Film corner 2012. It's the first bruneian short film selected in that competition. A young man called Arish enters a dream where he finds himself lying on the floor in an empty house.A strange man called 'Lapin' hands him a strange box,when he wakes up he tries very hard to remember his dream qnd what is inside the box which will lead him to the truth.
Tok Mudim is the greatest mohel (a specialist ritual circumciser) in Kampung Seri Menawan. However, his renown is tarnished due to the involvement of his assistant Lebai Kulup in a love triangle that also involves Salmah, the prettiest girl in the village and Borhan, Tok Penghulu Abohrudin’s son with a secret. Due to his love for Salmah, Borhan decides to face his fears and meet with Tok Mudim for a secret operation. Unknown to them, Lebai Kulup, who is jealous of Borhan, decides to sabotage the operation. The failure of the operation causes Tok Mudim to be hunted by the villagers, following which, he falls into a well and dies. Tok Mudim’s death turns him into a vengeful ghost hellbent on exacting his revenge on Kampung Seri Menawan.
A family embraces the heart of evil in this Poltergeist remake/drag-show circa 1992.
A thousand years ago the world completely collapsed. War, famine, and greed killed off the human race. Not much remains except for the mutants, scum, and robo-people. Humanity is a long-lost notion. Everyone must kill to survive. Even Santa.
Dangerous experiments are turning the citizens of a small town into dangerous creatures or rather zombies. Some gangsters, which have nothing to do with the experiments, are fighting against them.
For 14 years, from January 1971 through September 1984, CREATURE FEATURES ranked in the Nielsen ratings as one of the most popular TV shows in San Francisco Bay Area television history. Broadcasted from KTVU Channel 2 in Oakland, California, the Saturday night series was hosted by former TV advertising writer Bob Wilkins for eight years, followed by San Francisco Chronicle entertainment writer John Stanley who kept the series alive for another six.
After falling into a hidden recess in his new house, a bully finds himself in an unforgiving netherworld - and he may not be alone.
A woman is held hostage and forced to eat insects and feces.
A trio of desperate men are forced to participate in a nightmarish game of blackjack for their souls. The circumstances behind how these fellows wound up in purgatory are revealed in three individual segments: Two vicious hoodlums break into the basement dwelling of an old hermit who isn't nearly as harmless as he appears to be; an unscrupulous entertainment lawyer gets more than he bargained for when he decides to steal several songs from a deceased blues singer; and a young ex-con agrees to help a scuzzy drug dealer rob a pharmaceutical lab in order to save his girlfriend from the clutches of said dope pusher.
A powerful family that controls the world's banks has made a deal with Satan to help the forces of evil take over the world. An underground group named The Judges bands together to try to stop them.
Old Mother Riley gets involved in a plot to steal an invention
Bressane’s first color film, shot in the home of the artist Elyseu Visconti. Part of it is missing sound and final editing because the director was forced to leave Brazil. Horror and humor to deal with the subject of insanity: “In the end everyone leaves the house as though they were laboratory mice escaping, they invade the city and contaminate the world”. “If we talk about horror, this film deals with national horror, with Mojica Marins as an emblem. There might be a few touches of Corman and English horror, but it is another level of horror. What transformed the film was the location where we were shooting, the house of a 19th century painter, a receptacle of light. When I arrived and saw that house, that light, I said: ‘This is the film. This is the horror’. The meaning of the film, its appeal, derives from this laboratory of light” (J. Bressane). — Torino Film Festival
A man suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome finds the perfect cure... murder!