In 2010, Four documentary filmmakers travel to Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada in search of clues regarding the ancient myth of Nanabijou, and missing persons cases. Their journey brings them ... See full summary »
A down and out soldier is not adjusting well to civilian life and his marriage is on the verge of collapse. When one fateful day the sun changes color and emits an eerie yellow/green light ... See full summary »
Brian James Southard,
Two young couples have chosen a new site for their Saturday night drinking binge: an abandoned barrack with a legend. 45 years ago, a young girl, mentally handicapped, was seduced and raped by soldiers, strangled and then burned.
International genre favorite Bill Oberst Jr. plays an amnesiac horror writer who becomes trapped in his own nightmare as terrifying images emerge that may or may not be memories, madness, or both! Remembering can be murder!
Bill Oberst Jr.,
Kopfrkingl enjoys his job at a crematorium in Czechoslovakia in the late 1930s. He likes reading the Tibetan book of the dead, and espouses the view that cremation relieves earthly ... See full summary »
The film story revolves around a taxi driver who has a son and a friend. His sons grandfather is fighting for the custody of the young boy after the death of his mother. The father wins the... See full summary »
Over 2000 years ago, the 12 Apostles of Christ were warned that one day Satan would retaliate against God, for casting he and his Angels into hell, so the Apostles each made a special ... See full summary »
When it comes to crime, Belgrade is same as any other modern metropolis, except for having its own serial killers. That blank is filled when a flower salesman begins strangling women. A ... See full summary »
Rarely does a film offer more that what truly defines it. Kandisha, in a way, does just that. The plot in itself is not what makes the film so unique, rather, it is the combination of drama, mystery and horror, that give the movie its edge. It is clear that Cohen Olivar draws his inspiration from Korean and Spanish cinema but he does in a way that's so different and new that it leaves you guessing. The guy toys with you. There is no doubt about it. He manages to takes so many exogenous elements, many styles and, let's stay it, so many cultures, and blends them almost seamlessly into one gripping, hour and 35 minutes of what I would like to call New Moroccan Cinema. I do believe something has been Invented here. Again , not in terms of plot, characterization, or even style, but simply in terms of "feel. " what you need to look for here is emotion. raw emotion. The kind of emotion you used to have as a child when mom yelled at you after you had spilled milk on the a couch, then felt guilty and hugged you right after. This is what you will feel lie after you've seen this movie. You'' feel yelled at, you'll fell hugged, and ultimately, you may even feel like you don't quite get it. But you'll be okay with that... Because it It's part of the ride. And as a character in the movie puts it as he points at the door of a psychiatrist institution. "This is the line between sanity rand reason. it is only an 5 centimeters thick" I've seen the movie and I walked across that line. I'm not sure I have returned just yet...
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