Return of the Roller Blade Seven

Return of the Roller Blade Seven 1993

This film follows the further adventures of the lone samurai Hawk, as he continues his battle to defeat the evil Pharaoh, Saint Offender and the Black Knight. Guided by his Psychic, Hawk ultimate defeats his adversaries and brings order to the universe.

Twinkle Heart: Let's NOT Reach the Galaxy

Twinkle Heart: Let's NOT Reach the Galaxy 1986

God's two daughters Cherry and Lemon have been tasked with finding the lost treasure of Heaven, referred to as Love. Together with their guardian Berry, their search takes them to a planet where stuffed animals have come to life, putting them in direct conflict with Cecilian and the nefarious Treasure Connection.

Nosferatu vs. Father Pipecock & Sister Funk

Nosferatu vs. Father Pipecock & Sister Funk 2014

A reimagining /regurgitation and re-dubbing of a classic silent horror flick! Shot in mind-shattering 2D (& 36DD), featuring T&A and epic voice-over ‘voom’, by Ms. Ilham Otaku & Pepe Chingadero! Original 1922 star Max Schreck plays (in newly tinted archive footage, mixed, with new) Count Orlock, a deviant, adulterous, shape-shifting Transylvanian vampire aristocrat & super creep, who is tearing Bremen, a new corn-hole & it's up to a 'brotha-in-a-collar' and a creole nun with a flamin' gun, to stop him, in this 'creature-feature' fang-fest! Co-Starring Canadian Scream Queen: Vivita, with new footage shot in tantalizing Watt-a-Rama & dubbed in Tex-O-Phonic Super-Sound

Terrifying Tales

Terrifying Tales 1989

Terrifying Tales contains three independently-produced shorts running about 20 minutes apiece. Only one of the three; Paul Bunnell's "Final Destination: Unknown" (copyrighted 1989), is actually horror. The other two; Armand Garabidian's "Ten Seconds to Countdown" (copyrighted 1986) and Ephraim Schwartz's "Creatures of Habit" (also 1986), are, respectively, science fiction and drama with only slight mystery components. The three used here are connected only in that they were shorts made by UCLA graduate students. Sadly, none of them is very good. The opening title screens and closing credits have been left intact for each.

Jouet

Jouet 2012

Jouet tells a dark, sexy and disturbing tale of synthetic emotion. Can robots feel real love?

The Youth Elixir

The Youth Elixir 1975

An old geriatrics professor accidentally discovers after a high-school reunion a potion that can rejuvenate anybody and uses it on him and his friends. They all go their new youthful ways but, for most of them, things don't go according to plan.

First Pavilion

First Pavilion 1968

A young scientist is kidnapped and taken to a mysterious house in which his former professor is conducting experiments to shrink people.

Despertar

Despertar 2014

What if your body is dead, but your mind is still connected to your wife's memories? René discovers an accident that changed his life forever. He will have to decide whether he lives or dies with it.

Planet Patrol

Planet Patrol 1999

The Planet Patrol Team, four teens dedicated to protecting the innocent citizens of the universe from evil intergalactic forces, face the battle of a lifetime as they confront LORD DOOM and his horrible minions. After Doom selects Earth as home for his repulsive collection of deadly creatures, the Team swings into action, fighting off a dinosaur skeleton, a “killer monster” and finally a gigantic savage robot, in a valiant effort to defend the galaxy and its inhabitants. Though thoroughly overmatched by Doom, the Team utilizes skill, luck and uncanny quickness to tackle the formidable war machine in a battle to the death.

Radio Mary

Radio Mary 2017

Mary (Kate Lyn Sheil) lives alone. She is waiting for something to happen in her life. Riding the elevator to work, a strange man, Hayward, grabs her shoulder and speaks to her telepathically. “Do you believe in magic?” This triggers a nervous breakdown. After a visit to the emergency room, Mary goes to stay at her sister’s house, and goes into therapy. Mary can now hear people’s thoughts, and she starts hearing music that seems to be broadcast from her mind. Adapted by Gary Walkow from his novel of the same name.

A Fantastic Comedy

A Fantastic Comedy 1975

This blend of comedy and psycho-drama is comprised of two disturbing stories. The first tells the tale of a robot who is set to Earth by his home planet to discover new energy sources. In the second a boy is sent into deep space as part of an inhuman experiment designed to create the perfect human.

Hu-Man

Hu-Man 1975

An actor is placed in dangerous situations and his fear will be broadcast to the television audience. The audience's emotions will determine whether he is sent into the future or the past.

Suroh: Alien Hitchhiker

Suroh: Alien Hitchhiker 1996

Paul, a non-believer in life on other planets, late one night discovers a crash-landed and wounded alien. He rescues the being and is initiated into a psycho-sexual metamorphosis.

Waiting for Gorgo

Waiting for Gorgo 2010

In the basement of a Ministry of Defence building, two forgotten old men of the Department of Monsters and Over-sized Animals are standing by to protect Britain.

Islands

Islands 2013

ISLANDS explores a cinematic journey of two astronauts. As they enter Earth’s atmosphere the structure transforms. The spacecraft becomes the meteor from a myth of a tribesman; it triggers an old lady’s memory of a lover from her past. As these diverse characters converge in a plane of reality, we confront a particular form of gravity we covertly feel—falling in love.

Time Scoop Hunter

Time Scoop Hunter 2013

Yuichi Kaname (Jun Kaname) works as a time scoop hunter for the Time Scoop Company. The company exists sometime in the future and uses time travelling techniques to send its employees into the past to record how they live. Yuichi works with time navigator partner Minami Furuhashi (Anne Watanabe). The duo then travels back in time to the 16th century and monitors the Azuchi Castle, built by Oda Nobunaga and burned down 6 years later.

Amazing

Amazing 2013

"Amazing" centers on a video game company boss, Frank (Eric Mabius of TV's "Ugly Betty"), who is eager to rush his firm's new thought-controlled basketball game to market, despite the objections of the project leader Bingshan (popular Chinese actor Huang Xiaoming), who warns that a bug in the system could escape the computer and infect players' brains.