A group of three friends on a snowmobiling trip find themselves stranded at an abandoned lodge isolated in the mountains. They discover that an old woman resides in the hotel, along with an evil entity that she is keeping in the basement.
Montreal: Late at night the teenage Patricia flees into a police department, covered all over with blood. She states together with her cousin she took shelter from rain in an entry way on ... See full summary »
Three young men - a Croat, an Italian, and a Jew - are the best friends in pre-WW2 Dubrovnik. When their country is occupied by Nazis and their cronies, the idyllic city becomes a place of ... See full summary »
Jimmy Ravinsky, one of three male roommates, participates in a feminist psychology experiment, being interviewed about male attitudes and behaviors regarding sex and romance by an anonymous... See full summary »
Miranda de Pencier,
The true story of a 16 year old (Robin Lee Graham, played by Joseph Bottoms) who sailed alone around the world in a 23 foot sloop named "The Dove". On his journey he meets and falls in love... See full summary »
A couple unite - she is fluent in the crane style of kung fu, he in tiger style. They have a son, but the boy's father is killed by the evil eunuch Bai Mei. Disguised as a girl, his mom ... See full summary »
Gilles and Christine a boy and a girl live in the outskirts of Paris, their families are ineffective and distant and they lead a purposeless life. They steal some records in a supermarket ... See full summary »
Mild-mannered architect Orhan (Serdar Gökhan) goes all vigilante on Istanbul after his wife and sister (see, they changed it!) are attacked by a trio of street thugs (one looks like Telly Savalas, another like David Crosby). This is highly amusing to see if you are a fan of Bronson original as this is the same film only sped up to fill 80-minutes. There are scene-for-scene reenactments with a few fresh spins on the original material. For example, they change the ending so that Orhan gets revenge on the group who attacked his family. Let's just say Bronson didn't pitch a guy out of a fifth story window (yet). Onar Films released this one on DVD and, if you are a fan of the subgenre, it is definitely worth picking up. There is a nice 25-minute documentary on Turkish revenge films that will leave you sad because, like the Mondo Macabro docs, you realize 95% of the movies they show clips from you will never get a chance to see.
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