Taiwanese fantasy film inspired by one of China's Four Great Folktales; Legend of the White Snake (AKA Madame White Snake).
Taiwan horror / comedy.
The lives of two sisters change dramatically, since they were hypnotized by a mystical vinyl record from the 1970s.
A child is having trouble sleeping in the new house.
It tells the story of a man (Sergio Renan) who has discovered a global conspiracy against sighted people blind but can not prove or convince others. Therefore decided to write a report for the record, in case something happened.
A loner answers a simple newspaper ad and finds himself framed for murder.
A divorcee keeps having a recurring nightmare that someone's trying to stab her to death. Meanwhile, a series of brutal real-life murders are occurring. A police detective and doctor investigate.
Mi-ryeong marries Ji-kwang and takes him to live at her mansion. He soon seems to fall ill and he requests that his friend, Yeo-ok be hired on to nurse him. However, Yeo-ok and Ji-kwang are really lovers and together they manage to fake Ji-kwang's death. They next torment Mi-ryeong with visions of his 'ghost'. Mi-ryeong dies of fright and Yeo-ok and Ji-kwang marry--but their happiness is short-lived as their nights are interupted by the vengeful spirit of Mi-ryeong.
A young girl gets vision of a murder at the time it occurred. Things get worse when she is possessed by a soul and starts to commit real murders.
The plot is not yet known.
A family purchases a home robot designed to look like a grandmum. Their neighbours immediately buy a more expensivve model as the two families always try to up the other one. Both grandmums start to "terorize" their families because they were set up to ensure the mums exercise, the kids study etc. Apart from that they start causing problems to the other family ... cut ropes with hanging clothes, pierced tires, etc. Once they get to killing each other family's pets the parents get really worried about the safety of their kids. The grannys later destroy each other while fighting and the families decide that they'll be better off without any robots. (It's some time since I saw this so the details may be off.) Mainly thanks to the design of the robots it's rather a comedy than a horror. Unless you are ten. And a rather good comedy!
A man recalls a gruesome series of events as he attempts to separate his memories from delusions.
An exotic plant in a downtown flower shop convinces the storekeeper's meek apprentice to resort to gruesome measures to keep it alive and make it grow.
Video compilation by Mike Patton featuring various shocking film clips such as coprophagia, BDSM, Budd Dwyer's suicide, a young boy drowning, Mr. Bungle's music video for “Travolta”, skits starring Mike Patton, and much, much more.
The French police is puzzled by strange deaths caused by a plant growing out of the stomach of the victims which finally appeared to be aliens. Originally shown in four increments on French TV.
Satan worship, human sacrifices, witchcraft and the black arts... all to cover up a terrible crime: drug trafficking. A true event that shocked the world!
A sheriff investigates why the guests at a local hostelry check in, but never check out.
Horror short by director Wim Vink. A bit Argento and a bit Romero, this is about some cult who unleash an evil spirit who starts attacking people and suddenly we are in DAWN OF THE DEAD.
Tim and his team are the rising stars of the ghost hunting game. One thing they all like better than a good haunt is a great prank. When the team arrives at a new investigation, they cannot figure if the occurrences are part of some elaborate master prank or if the house is actually haunted. Unfortunately, they don't find the answer until it is far too late.
At the risk of her group's safety, a young woman travels into a National Forest where her sister has become trapped in a multi-dimensional world of monsters.