Two gangsters are given 72 hours to discover the whereabouts of a stash of drug money stolen by their boss. There's only one problem...they just murdered him. Frantic to find the cash, the ...
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Created by Ricardo Ghiorzi ("The Curse of Sanguanel", "Beyond the Grave"), HISTÓRIAS ESTRANHAS (Stranger Tales) is a suspense/horror/fantasy collection of eight segments produced by ... See full summary »
Young single mum, India moves into her new flat and adds to the pressures of finding employment and meeting the rent when she and her friend begin dabbling with a Ouija board they found at ... See full summary »
John R. Walker
After a near death experience, a man becomes a born again Christian; when he wants to sell a memoir based on his rebirth, an ex girlfriend threatens to expose a damning secret; he must decide to take action, or just pray she doesn't tell.
When 12 Actors embark on a journey through the woods on what they believe is a casting call for a multimillion dollar horror film, they soon find out that the cameras are rolling and they already got the role.
t's very rare that we approach a genre like paranormal romance in Indian Cinema and "KUASHA JAKHON" is surely a very different and difficult attempt of film making that can actually give the audience of Bengal a real treat of cinema.
Anindya Pulak Banerjee,
Gargi Roy Chowdhury
A group of friends stumble across an abandoned village and unwittingly awaken the ghost of a boy who tries to keep them trapped there. If they are to survive they must play along with his twisted games.
Two gangsters are given 72 hours to discover the whereabouts of a stash of drug money stolen by their boss. There's only one problem...they just murdered him. Frantic to find the cash, the hapless criminals kidnap a psychic medium and force her to contact the dead gang boss. Unfortunately for them, they only succeed in unleashing an evil spirit bent on revenge.
Polterheist actress and co-screenwriter Gemma Head passed away months before the film went on general release. Gemma won a posthumous award for Best Screenplay at the Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival, along with Paul Renhard and Dave Gilbank. She wrote many of the film's gags and the 'card scene' and is credited by director Gilbank for giving the film a 'greater emotional resonance'. See more »
Making a feature is in itself a huge undertaking. Actually pulling it off into a coherent and entertaining film is another. This is spot on. Wonderful diverse cast and a great premise beautifully directed by Dave Gilbank. A social statement on these divided times. Brilliant!
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