A small midwestern town is terrorised by a werewolf. Only a big city cop armed with silver bullets and an eccentric scientist stand in its way. Based on the true incidents that occurred in rural Wisconsin in the early 1990s.
The flamboyant Rob De Koster is living a decent and well-structured life with his artistic wife, her stepdaughter and mentally challenged son. Until their lives are turned up side down when his stepdaughter accuses Rob of sexually abusing her. This accusation is picked up by both a reporter and a bitter psychologist in order to serve their own interests. And when even the magistrate is prejudiced against Rob, for him, everything seems to be lostŠ
A stylized, downbeat comedy, the film follows the pair through a single day, which, like every other, is entirely devoted to the business of scrounging and robbing money for drugs. The difference today is that Adam and Paul - already near rock bottom - have finally run out of luck, credit and friends.
During a joy ride through a huge forest two friends, Larry (Ramon Kaltenbach) and Frank (Erik Dittmer) lost their orientation and the massive loss of gasoline results in a horror scenario. Right before the tank was completely empty the friends found a rotten hut in the middle of this enormous forest and decide to discover their chance to find some help inside the hut. But what they found was the pure horror. The whole hut is an huge labyrinth, deep under the earth which is the home of a horrible creature (Timo Fuchs), the dungeon keeper, who's opening the hunt on his new visitors.
The story centers around three sexy young disco babes who have met the mysterious Anna. As they journey through the woods they discuss the legend of The Serial Skinner not knowing that they are already being observed by a more ambitious and ruthless species of Alien: Dr. Who's The Daleks!
A Friulian thriller film, Custodes bestiae, directed by Lorenzo Bianchini, created critical acclaim this Spring. The main character is a journalist who investigates the mysterious disappearance of a medieval history student in Friuli. As in his previous films, the dialogue in Custodes Bestiae is both in Friulan and Italian. As in real life, the actors switch from one language to the other according to the situation or the person they are talking to. The result is a provoking approach to linguistic identity, but also a film that attracts an audience of different ages. ~ mercator-central.org
Includes Man nennt mich Halleluja (Testa t‘ammazzo, croce... sei morto... Mi chiamano Alleluja, Italien 1971) Ein Halleluja für Camposanto (Gli fumavano le Colt... lo chiamavano Camposanto, Italien 1971) Sando Kid spricht das letzte Halleluja (Su le mani cadavere! Sei in arresto, Italien 1971).
Off-beat comedy from action director John Woo. When two street kids come across a lonely young rich boy on their travels, they become fast friends. But then the rich boy's uncle mistakes all three of them as his nephews...
Two more helpings of strange, even downright bizarre, sex and death thrillers from Spain’s king of the lens Jess Franco: Devil's Island Lovers (1974) and Night Of The Assassin (1976). The films concern themselves with a love-sick man determined to woo his deceased wife’s sister and the family fortune, and a castle of residents being slaughtered by a masked killer.
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