A family of a father, a mother and their son is looking forward to go on vacation. On the way they experience an accident, and their lives are suddenly and unexpectedly turned upside down. ... See full summary »
Matias Armand Jordal
Catrin Larell Eide,
Sadie, the most beautiful Yellow Lab in the whole wide world, lives an idyllic, pampered life in the suburbs. One day, she comes into heat and has no idea what to do with her new found ... See full summary »
A young woman develops a taste for human blood after undergoing experimental plastic surgery, and her victims turn into rabid, blood-thirsty zombies who proceed to infect others, which turns into a city-wide epidemic.
Elisabeth leaves her abusive and drunken husband Rolf, she packs her bags, takes the kids and goes to her brother Göran. The year is 1975 and Göran lives in a commune called Together. ... See full summary »
From the producer of Friday the 13th and Freddy vs.Jason comes the next terrifying step in reality TV. An unpredictable and irresistible thriller about instant celebrity, primetime morality... See full summary »
Sean S. Cunningham
Jay Michael Ferguson
After seeing her as Marilyn Briggs in Together (1971), the Mitchell Brothers offered her a role in Behind the Green Door (1972)" giving her the option of taking a role in which she wasn't required to have sex. Originally, Briggs chose a non-sex role, but allowed the Brothers to talk her into taking the lead. For her gig, she was paid $25,000 and 1% of earnings (which in 1974, brought her between $2,000 and $2,500 per month), the highest amount ever paid a porn performer. Now called Marilyn Chambers, "Green Door" made her a porno superstar, and one of the only porn actresses to cross over into mainstream features. See more »
Granted this film in its own right is extremely rare and expensive when one does find it, beware. The film is usually dubbed in either Swedish or German, and is relatively pointless. Sure, there are a lot of naked people, but this film couldn't even be categorized as "softcore." It's mostly just people at a commune talking about their bodies and what they like about sex. Big deal. However, it is a crucial film, considering it is with revenue generated from its slight grind house/peepshow success that Craven and Cunningham were able to do "Last House on the Left," and subsequently "Hills Have eyes" with Peter Locke as producer. The rest is history.
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