The movie is part of the Kindaichi TV movie series. Kindaichi is played by actor Goro Inagaki. The character's grandfather began with the written word. Kousuke Kindaichi started life in the novels of Seishi Yokomizo, written and set in post-war Japan. Inspired by Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie, Kindaichi is still very much a unique character, giving the Japanese their very own literary hero-detective. Young Hajime Kindaichi is a young man with bad dandruff and worse dress-sense (decades before Columbo), who wears a trademark, scruffy sunhat. He also happens to be better than the police at deductive reasoning. Having gained publicity for solving a high-profile murder case, the detectives allow him to work with them again. This story is slimmer than the twisty plots of Inugami and Village, but is graced by the presence of Chiaki Kuriyama (Battle Royale, Kill Bill Vol. 1, The Great Yokai War) in the title role.
A hapless soldier accidentally kills a rabbit during a reconnaissance mission, and then runs for his life when killer rabbits decide to exact their revenge.
Once she'd been a dancer. Now she lies on a sidewalk, her blood seeping into the snow. The detectives of the 87th precinct are learning about ice: in a mulitimillion dollar showbiz scam, in the glittering diamonds that spill out of a dead man's vest, in the veins of a small time pusher. As the detectives scramble for evidence, as the city shivers, a killer is one step ahead, and the heat is still on.
Dr Han rapes his lab assistant one night. Rather than go to the police, the victim keeps quiet only bringing up the subject months later to inform the doctor that she is pregnant. Her attempts to blackmail him lead to her accidentally falling off a cliff. However, her ghost will not allow Han to forget his crimes.
Small town politician and banker Brent Warren (Robert McKim) is responsible for a murder, but only George Roan (Joseph J. Dowling) is sent to the gallows for it. Roan, however, is resuscitated after he is hung and proceeds to secretly haunt Warren's life. District attorney Cullen Grant (Roy Stewart) is sure that Warren was behind the killing and has him arrested. Warren's fiancee, Dare Keeling (Fritzi Brunette), also happens to the Grant's ex-sweetheart, and she believes in his innocence. Her brother, Larry (George Fisher), however, isn't so sure and he goes to work as Warren's secretary.
A middle-aged couple embarks on a road trip to pick up a boat that they have bought. As they drive through the country suppressed feelings and fears start to re-surface. As they arrive at their final destination they face the blank ocean and realize that they have completely lost their grip on life.
A film by Chester M. Franklin.
A girl returns from the dead as a penanggalan (a detached female head capable of flying about on its own) to gain her revenge on a gang of thugs that raped and murdered her.
Sequel to Misteri janda kembang (1991).
Two people stuck in a situation from which they can not escape.
A disaffected couple are forced to face their demons when they become ensnared in the malefic cycle of a mysterious café.
How do we represent the ideas of gender? This short reflects about this topic, as we see an unidentified character, suited up, and with a paper bag over his head, walking down the hallway of its high school.
After receiving a series of anonymous love notes, Spidora, a performer in a carnival Side Show, is finally encouraged to meet her secret admirer. But is he real or just an illusion?
Tin-tan gets involved in what seem to be a murder at the local house of wax.
A Psychological Character study about a disabled war veteran. Due to complications, the film was canceled early into filming back in Spring 2014. Writer/Director Salim Ibrahim collected all the footage he shot for the film and editd it into an 'Original Raw Cut'.
A mysterious black marble tablet is found in Syrian desert by an Arab terrorist after an attack on a UN scientific expedition.
When Spenser (Robert Urich), his psychologist girlfriend, Susan Silverman (Barbara Williams), and his right-hand man, Hawk (Avery Brooks), investigate a brutal murder in a quaint New England town, they discover plenty of illegal activity and cocaine. This 1994 made-for-television movie brings many of the beloved characters from the 1980s drama series (based on the books by Robert B. Parker) back to the small screen.