Professor Sarusawa and his psychic daughter Mai live together after the suicide of the Professor's wife years earlier - which was caused by a suicide plague running rampant throughout the city. Dr. Aryo lives in a nearby castle with his wife, whom Dr. Aryo created, and a hunchbacked assistant. Dr. Aryo once worked at the same university with Professor Sarusawa but was fired for his morbid experiments. Now, Dr. Aryo may hold the key to unlocking the origins & cure for the suicide virus which Professor Sarusawa may now have. Meanwhile Professor Sarusawa's daughter Mai can be bring to life Dr. Aryo's stitched up cadavers which Dr. Aryo hopes to create a new race with.
What happens when you're attacked by something, but no one believes you? Ben, Melissa, Darnell, and Courtney are about to find out. One by one, it seems something is out to turn their fears into reality.
Illegal broadcast showing Max Headroom Impostor doing non-sense things and obscenities, shown over sports news and "Doctor Who" episode, which became cult phenomena as culprits were never captured.
Joanne and Nick, are a smart young couple making their way in the world. She talks to the dead, while he collects valuables. They do it once too often and now they're on the run. They head into the mountains, night falls and their car breaks down, so they continue on foot. Not far away they discover a deserted house at the side of a hidden lake where they take shelter for the night, but the house is not empty. They find an eccentric woman, Queenie, and a younger companion, Naiad living there. The young couple soon find that they're not in control. Joanne thought she'd been faking her psychic powers, she now finds they're real, and someone, or something has plans for using them. They experience supernatural happenings, and it becomes clear that Queenie and Naiad are fighting over the newcomers in a power struggle of their own. It's the longest forty-eight hours of their lives and they're all wrong about how it will end.
Writer/director Sergey Kuchkov's obscure Russian science fiction effort from 1993, simply called MONSTERS in English, has a photographer joining a team of scientists and a couple of military dudes to check out a town where a nuclear meltdown has led to a mass evacuation (shades of Chernobyl) and the ludicrous mutation of rats, snakes, crayfish, crows and a hopelessly unfrightening tortoise. With FX that looked primitive in FOOD OF THE GODS (1976) rendered even more primitively, this is worth it for the tortoise, which is meant to be scary as our protagonists run (???) from it and try to avoid its rubbery head as the thing looms in a window by way of a very obvious broomstick.
Nam investigates the death of her sister, which leads her on dangerous journey surrounded by shady characters.
Three inmates in an asylum tell their stories. Story 1, a husband and wife discover they should be careful what they wish for. Story 2, a naked female ghost gets revenge from her watery grave. Story 3, a dead prostitute returns as a ghost.
Veteran reporter Roger Cohen gets a hot tip that leads him on a trail of terror. As his investigation uncovers terrifying tales of witches, demons and the walking dead, Roger gets uncomfortably close to learning the real truth behind the evil.
Film about ghostly revenge from beyond the grave that starts out in a theater. Some of the actors plan a heist of the box office, which goes predictably awry and causes an unintended death...and that's when the horror begins.
A hunter and zombie struggle to gain the upper hand until they are both confronted by a new threat.
Norway's "The Driller Killer!" A 28-minute shot-on-video slasher flick with no plot, but lots of (cheap) gore.
In the northern Manchuria, Yun, a Korean is troubled by his son Ji-ryong's relationship with Geum-hwa, a Chinese maiden. His servant Il-chun and his wife gets Ji-ryong sent to Korea and they kill Geum-hwa. Then they frame Yun for the murder and blackmail. Ji-ryong comes back from Kaeseong to investigate Geum-hwa's death and her friend Yeon-chu helps him. But Il-chun and his wife are after Yoon and his fortune and they'll stop at nothing to get it. Yun and Ji-ryong's lives are in danger but at the last minute, Yeon-chu shows up and gets rid of Il-chun and his wife and Ji-ryong avenges Geum-hwa's death.
A man risks experimenting with a cataleptic effects pill that seeks faking his death and then returned from the grave to take its own life insurance. But something happens and things do not go as he planned.
There is a cloud over Sajasu Wedding Hall. There have been several incidents back to back where the newlyweds married at the wedding hall were accidentally killed within 24 hours of getting married. In order to regain business, Ju Byung-wu, the owner, enlists newlyweds by promising them money. As the bridegroom, there is the gangster Kang Eun-dal. The bride is Kwon Young-ja, who has worked in various coffee shops and red district shops. The two get married. As they live past 24 hours, a rush of interviews and bookings flow in. Eun-dal and Young-ja skyrocket into becoming society's stars. However, they realize that their actions are meaningless so they return to the way they were.
A crazed killer wanders around killing several young women with various weapons. Is there a motive for these crimes or is it purely for the joy of killing?
A guy's plan to surprise his girlfriend by taking her back to her home town backfires when it unearths an evil unknown past.
A doctor at a hospital tries to develop a "fountain of youth" serum to give to his female patients.
Also known as Santo vs. the She-Wolves
Three girls, who are would-be ‘idole’, try to train somewhere in Daikanyama, by order of a manager of secret ‘idole’ school.