After being convicted for a crime he did not commit, a French author is sent to dreaded Devil's Island. He makes friends with one of the inmates and with the pretty daughter of the commandant. It is she who helps him and his friends escape into the dense South American jungle. Once there, the fugitives find that their ordeal is just beginning.
Self-made low-budget maven Theodore V. Mikels -- the brains behind such bottom-bill drive-in fare as The Corpse Grinders -- shot much of this tediously tacky mess (also known as Female Plasma Suckers) at his castle-like mansion in California. The castle serves as the base of operations for the lascivious witch queen Mara (the exotic Lila Zaborin) and her coven of curvaceous followers, whose weekend pastimes include, among other things, human sacrifices. The title would seem to suggest a kinky good time for Z-movie buffs, but this one is a real groaner, with static shots, fuzzy post-synched sound and shabby lighting. (Judging by those castle digs, Mikels should have been able to afford better equipment.) The end result is an exploitation movie that doesn't bother to exploit anything.
In this moody thriller, New York con artists Taylor (Balthazar Getty) and Ashley (David Arquette) ride into a Connecticut suburb to romance and rob rich housewives. Things go according to plan until Taylor starts to fall for one of his prey, the sweet and love-starved Karen (Juliana Margulies). And when her Ivy-League daughter, April (Thora Birch), develops an interest in her mother's lover, it sets into motion a series of events that may end in catastrophe.
The British psychological thriller The Hawk stars Helen Mirren as Anne Marsh, a housewife with a history of mental illness who begins to suspect that her husband (George Costigan) is a hunted serial killer.
Captain Douglas (Michael Caine) is the British army leader who is ordered to lead a band of mercenaries into the desert. Their mission is to knock out an enemy fuel reserve. The inexperienced captain contends with a veteran Colonel (Nigel Green) who is enamored with using old history books to fight modern battles. Cyril Leech (Nigel Davenport) is the experienced mercenary hired by Brigadier Blore (Harry Andrews) to help guide Douglas and his group through the dangerous plot. Leech and Douglas have differences of opinion on how to successfully carry out the mission. As if the trouble with the Nazi wasn't enough, Brigadier Blore sells them out by tipping off the enemy through a spy. Douglas and the few men he has left must survive the sweltering heat and the enemy gunfire in order to insure their survival.
Admitted to Mt. Abaddon Hospital for a routine procedure, George Grieves discovers that his condition is much more serious and complicated than originally expected; and as his own fears begin to manifest around him, he learns that Mt. Abaddon is not a place where people come to get better... it is a place where people come to die.
Family, directed by John Landis and written by Brent Hanley, tells the story of a young married couple (Meredith Monroe and Matt Keeslar) that moves into a new home in a new city and finds out that their neighbor (George Wendt) is not what he seems.
After hooking up with the hottest girl at Spring Break, Adam, an ultra-rich playboy, will have his life turned upside down. With the help of a mysterious stranger, Adam will have to defeat a demoness who is Hell-Bent on pay back. Succubus: Hell-Bent is the ultimate guilty pleasure jam-packed with smoking hot babes, fast cars, and faster jets!
Artist Adrian Jonas toils in preparation for the biggest gallery opening of his career. The creative process takes Adrian deep into the depths of his mind, where he begins to experience premonitions of a terrible fate that awaits his beloved Iliana. Adrian grows to suspect that a mysterious neighbor is the phantom who means to harm his wife. Compounding the danger, a masquerade party planned for that evening allows unwanted guests to mingle unnoticed. As his premonitions begin to come true, Adrian races to interpret his visions while there is still time to cheat fate.
After a mysterious, extraterrestrial object lands in the mining town of Salena, Arizona, the government dispatches a team of Marines to contain the possible threat. Meanwhile, a group of death row inmates ambush their prison bus and take the guards and personnel aboard hostage. Arriving in the seemingly deserted town, they come across the Special Ops captain, the sole survivor of a horrible carnage that's decimated the rest of his unit. Now, with time running out, the group must unite to combat the threat of the savage aliens hunting them in the mine tunnels below, and the peril above from a squad of fighter planes sent to bomb the town to oblivion, in this pulse-pounding, sci-fi thriller.
This Lifetime movie reveals a chilling side to a woman's need to have a child. When Alice (Tracy Nelson, MIRACLE AT SAGE CREEK) loses her baby in an act of violence, she learns she's cannot have children on her own. She and her husband are overjoyed when they find a surrogate to give them the baby they've always wanted. But Alice's happiness soon turns to jealousy and a deadly rage, causing her to stop at nothing to get her baby. Heather Tom (ALL MY CHILDREN) costars as the surrogate.
Once a promising young writer, John Hayson is now tormented by personal tragedy and barely scrapes by on odd writing jobs. He loses his lust for life and becomes increasingly cynical about the world and his work. In the midst of this existential crisis he reconnects with the love of his life who inspires him to get his life back on track. However, life has other plans. Soon John finds himself embroiled in a nightmarish brew of deceit, passion and murder. Wanted by the police for a heinous killing, he must choose between succumbing to his darkest desires or the light that will renew his faith in himself and his future.
The work of Japan's rising young literary star Ostuichi is the basis for these five short films. The title film questions the nature of reality in the face of a brutal murder, while SO FAR covers a similar topic with very different results. WHEN THE SUN SHINES explores a post-apocalyptic world using CG animation. Siblings take center stage in KAZARI AND YOKO and SEVEN ROOMS. This collection shows Otsuichi's penchant for strange and intricate stories.
From executive producers Wes Craven, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Chris Moore comes the "incredible horror extravaganza" Feast (Harry Knowles, Ain't It Cool News), whose production was chronicled on the third season of Bravo's hit reality series Project Greenlight.When a motley crew of strangers find themselves trapped in an isolated tavern, they must band together in a battle for survival against a family of flesh-hungry creatures. Terrifying and full of surprises, Feast turns the screen blood red as the group is devoured one-by-one.
And that will make life very difficult for Nicholas Van Orton, a successful businessman who is always in control. Van Orton lives a well-ordered life - until an unexpected birthday gift from his brother destroys it all. Like it or not, Nicholas has been enrolled in a game - "a profound life experience" that begins quietly but soon erupts in a rush of devastating events. Van Orton has to win this deadly game or lose control of everything in his life.
Mel Gibson commands an elite military team dispatched during W.W.II to locate and rescue the survivors of a shot-down plane, stranded on a South Pacific island occupied by Japanese. One of the castaways, a defecting Japanese official, holds the secret to ending the war, and must be saved at all costs! Boasting a top notch cast, Attack Force Z is a fast-moving, action-packed World War II adventure story in the tradition of The Guns Of Navarone and The Dirty Dozen.
The Ming Dynasty was the ruling dynasty of China for three centuries. During its reign it encountered numerous rebellions. It is during just such a time that the small state of Yun finds itself caught between two sides of an impending rebellion.The state of Yun must decide if it should rebel and align itself with the 8 Masters, or if it should stay loyal to the Emperor and the 4th Imperial Prince Kao Ming. The Prince has taken refuge in the Yun fortress after narrowly escaping death at the hands of the rebellious Li Fei Lui.Under the protection of the deadly femme fatale Laughing Losha, who wields the infamous Bloody Mask, the state of Yun must decide where its allegiances lie. As the headless corpses mount, loyalties will be tested and plans will be revealed. But who will emerge with their heads intact?
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