Three college students producing a documentary on the true nature of fear are slowly drawn into a world of nightmares when one member of the group begins exploiting the phobias of his fellow participants in hopes of seeking salvation from his own dark obsession. Shaun Evans, Jackson Rathbone, Hanne Steen, and Laura Donnelly star in a film from writer/director Anthony Diblasi. Based on an original short story by horror icon Clive Barker.
Homicide: Life on the Street is one of the most acclaimed shows in US TV history. Based on a book by David Simon (creator of The Wire) it captures the gritty reality of life for a team of Baltimore homicide detectives. Contains all 122 episodes over 33 discs.
This is the story of the agile tightrope walker Tibul, the brave and bold girl-doll Suok, the kind-hearted Doctor Gaspar and the tyrant rulers known as the Three Fat Men. It is the tale of the young heir to the throne, Tutti, and how love and sincerity are capable of overcoming falsity and perfidy.
Two teenage girls are in love with the same boy in this horror comedy based on a manga by Shungiku Uchida. Monami (Yukie Kawamura) is a pretty new girl at school who quickly develops a furious crush on Mizushima (Takumi Saito), a handsome boy with charisma as impressive as his hair. Mizushima already has a steady girl, Kieko (Eri Otoguro), much to Monami's chagrin, but that doesn't stop her from giving the boy of her dreams a box of special chocolates for Valentine's Day. What Mizushima doesn't know is just how special those chocolates are --Monami is a vampire, and the chocolates are filled with blood, which sends him into a psychedelic state and turns him into a fellow creature of the night. Monami asks the newly-undead Mizushima to be her soul mate, but this doesn't sit well with Kieko, and when a fight between the two rivals leaves Kieko dead, that's not enough to stop her. Kieko's father is a scientist doing bizarre experiments in reanimation, and he resurrects his daughter using some spare body parts, turning her into a powerful warrior who goes toe to toe against the vampire who stole her man.
Up until now, the terrifying Maneater Series has done everything from the big and scary (GRIZZLY RAGE, CROC) to the small and creepy (IN THE SPIDER'S WEB, THE HIVE). But now, for the first time in the franchise, a new kind of creature will kill, a beast that attacks the mind rather than the body and would be more aptly measured in fluid ounces than feet. Those who guessed a maliciously hallucinogenic, hyper-intelligent semi-solid would be right. No one listened when they were told the grounds on which a new conference center was to be built was toxic. Now, thanks to the mysterious goo under the premises, people are seeing things they never wanted to see, and doing things they never thought they'd do. It knows their fears, and it wants anarchy. Kevin Sorbo (HERCULES) stars in the eerie horror thriller.
The undead are on the march in bowling alley, though they aren't aware of what's happening to them in this ambitious blend of horror and comedy. Military intelligence forces are attempting to formulate a drug that will turn ordinary soldiers into invincible killing machines, but their latest batch has far too many unpleasant side effects, and the green slime is rejected. However, by accident the stuff is shipped to a bowling alley in a small town, where sweet but un-ambitious Timmy (Michael Grant Terry) moons over Cindy (Betsy Beutler) and smart-mouthed Mike (Matthew Davis) swaps insults with former flame Vanessa (Juliana Robinson). Assuming the goo is some sort of ice cream, they wolf it down and soon turn into drooling flesh-hungry zombies. However, one of the unusual effects of the drug is that those using it are unaware of its impact, so Timmy, Cindy, Mike and Vanessa are quite puzzled as others flee in terror at the sight of them. WASTING AWAY was the first feature from director and co-screenwriter Matthew Kohnen.
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