A young boy coming into puberty is resentful of his mother's budding romance with the best friend of her late husband, and is torn and confused about his emerging feelings for Toni, a young... See full summary »
Reitze van der Linden,
After years of poverty, Carrier, a repairman, inherits a large sum of money upon his brother's death in an accident. Now rich, he decides it is time to make his mark and be known at any cost. Becoming more and more mentally unstable, he begins to threaten police and the government signing his tracts, "Armaguedon". A detective from Interpol heads the investigation and prepares a trap at an ... See full summary »
Doctor Valois has invented the "flashage", a cure for depressed people. After having tested it on monkeys, he tries with a first human patient, Alain Durieux. This is great success, ... See full summary »
Mitamura Yuka (Hiroko Yakushimaru) is a normal shy middle school student that has psychic powers. When a new student with similar powers begins to show his skills, by stealing the student ... See full summary »
Alain Jessua's French production, 'Frankenstein 90' (1984), is a solid, entertaining, original and odd take on the Frankenstein tale, particularly the Universal film classics 'Frankenstein' and 'Bride of Frankenstein'. Part comedy-spoof, part light drama, this is essential viewing for horror fans and Frankenstein completists.
Imagine Mel Brooks' 'Young Frankenstein' but in color and with a whopping dollop of nudity and graphic, rampaging sexual appetites. In fact, the quest to satisfy the monster's carnal curiosity is the focal point of the film. More than likely, American horror fanatics have never seen anything quite like this. French pop star Eddy Mitchell stars as 'Frank' (the monster), and the film boasts two extremely sexy female leads that do not disappoint. Fiona Gelin (as Elizabeth) is simply stunning. >
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