The tragic death of her fianc'e on the day of their wedding drives a woman to the edge. She builds a cottage by his grave, dances and sings by his grave and finally digs up his corpse and brings it into her house. She proceeds to live with him as man and wife. One day, she begins to write a screenplay about the resurrection of her dead lover entitled 'Artist'.
A howling cry fills the night air of the dark cemetery grounds. The moon illuminates the graves that line up the grounds. The howling continues when a ghost with blood flowing down her face and her hair flowing down her back smiles fiendishly. The ghost lets out a fiendish laugh and turns into a beautiful young girl. So-young was engaged to be married to Sang-cheol. But a wealthy businessman Han who wanted Sang-cheol as his son-in-law schemes to get rid of So-young. In the end, Han traps Sang-cheol into killing So-young and marries Ji-hye, Han's daughter. So-young leaves a letter for her younger brother Tae-ha asking him to pass his civil service exams and to avenge her death for her. She begins to help her brother with her supernatural abilities. The angry ghost of So-young begins a series of bloody revenges on Han and Sang-cheol.
Kwang-yeol is placed in the mental hospital for no reason as soon as he comes back to Korea after studying abroad. He manages to escape from the hospital and the continuing mysterious incidents puts him in the train headed to Yeosu. On the train, Kwang-yeol comes across the detective Yu who shows him the picture of his twin brother Bong-yeol on the newspaper. He attends the Bong-yeol's funeral service and goes into Bong-yeol's house to run into Sul-hi, Bong-yeol's wife. Mystery is solved and Hye-young, the committer of all evil deed, commits suicide.
Keum-ji was born with a hideous face due to some medicine her mother took while she was pregnant with her. Keum-ji grew up under much abuse while she watched her twin sister, Mi-kyung, receives all their parents' love. Her resentment is strong. Keum-ji develops a high level of concentration until it grows into a supernatural power which she uses to try to find her life. One day, Keum-ji has some plastic surgery done. She looks like Mi-kyung but Mi-kyung ends up looking hideous like Keum-ji once did. The two twin sisters are psychologically and physically linked, sharing a single fate. With their mother, Hye-won, begging her husband to return Mi-kyung to her former self, the husband is very conflicted but chooses Mi-kyung in the end.
Si-mok happens to see a drawing of his dead wife at an art exhibition. He turns white with shock. Leaving the exhibition, Si-mok gets into a cab but the driver takes him into the woods. Si-mok had been living happily with his widowed mother, Mrs. Heo and his wife, Ae-ja. Mrs. Heo has a passionate affair with Dr. Pak. However, Ae-ja's sister, Hye-suk witnesses the affair. She promises to keep it a secret. While Si-mok is abroad on business, Mrs. Heo conspires with Hye-suk and poisons Ae-ja, killing her. Afterwards, Si-mok lives with Hye-suk. Subsequently, Ae-ja becomes a ghost filled with anger and torments Si-mok's family. Si-mok overcomes this hardship through his faith in Buddha.
At the end of Koryo dynastry, Hyang-seon, the daughter of Master Song, had been chosen to be the Crown Prince's wife. Under the orders of Master Kim, Mi-kwang attacks and violates Hyang-seon on her way back from praying to Buddha. Hyang-seon kills herself. Due to this incident, both of Hyang-seon's parents are bestowed the King's poison (the death penalty). A struggle breaks out between undertaker and grave robbers over the wealthy dowry. Meanwhile, Mi-kwang asks for the hand of Ie-hwa, daughter of Master Kim. However, Mi-kwang dies because of Master Kim. Master Kim's wife dies when a snake comes out of the wedding presents and bites her. Ie-hwa is chosen to be the Crown Prince's wife. The day before she is to meet the queen, Hyang-seon's ghost appears at the house of Master Kim and has her revenge. Master Kim is killed. Now aware of the full story, Ie-hwa stands before her parent's graves and Hyang-seon's grave where she asks for Hyang-seon's forgiveness.
The death toll is very high at the construction site of a villa. The villa's owner and on-site construction manager also meet their deaths. The reason for their deaths is that the refuge and freedom of their spirits are being infringed upon so they start taking their revenge on the people. The house becomes abandoned and haunted. A scientist couple from the U. S. comes to live in the house. The spirits start making trouble for them so the couple asks a powerful Buddhist monk to help them. The Buddhist monk talks with the spirits and finds out their demands. The couple ends up moving elsewhere.
Dong-hyuk's grandfather leaves him a mansion in his will. Dong-hyuk returns to Korea to take care of the place. However, he almost loses his life in the mansion. Every time he is in danger, Dong-hyuk escapes danger by the power of the Buddhist relic his mother gave him. Dong-hyuk goes to see the head Buddhist priest at Dae-rim Temple. Buddhist priest Dae-wu tells Dong-hyuk that his grandfather had some servants killed in the basement for not revealing that his mistress and his aide were having an affair. The enraged souls of the servants are causing this danger. Buddhist priest Dae-wu urges Dong-hyuk to leave but Dong-hyuk stays. The spirits are unable to approach Dong-hyuk because of his Buddhist relic. So they transform themselves into Dong-hyuk's fiancee and steal the relic. When the spirits threaten Dong-hyuk, Buddhist priest Dae-wu prepares to fight them.
Eun-ji, Mal-suk, and Da-hi live in the dorms of Han-yang Hospital. A series of strange occurrences happen. In the midst of these happenings, Eun-ji surprisingly discovers in her room a necklace she gave to her old boyfriend. In the past, Eun-ji and Baek-chu, the boyfriend, loved each other. But when Baek-chu got severely burned, Eun-ji left him. Baek-chu came after Eun-ji trying to kill her. He missed a step and fell into the ocean and died. With a foreboding premonition, Eun-ji goes to the villa she and Baek-chu frequently stayed in the past. Eun-ji discovers Baek-chu there alive. Eun-ji is thrown into a fire by Baek-chu. When she is half-dead, Baek-chu pulls her out and throws himself into the fire and dies.
Falsely accused of murder, Na Ok-min is arrested. In the next cell, Suh Pil-sun sits, his eyes focused on the ceiling. He has an old booklet and a necklace with a strange pattern. He gazes at Ok-min. Ok-min's mother is murdered. Pil-sun dies in prison. Pil-sun's old booklet and necklace have been placed at the head of Ok-min's bed. Afterwards, Ok-min is found not guilty and released from jail. Those involved in the murder of Ok-min's mother are killed off one by one. Suspecting that Ok-min is the serial killer, the investigators look into every detail. They realize that the murders occur when Ok-min is asleep. It is revealed that Ok-min's spirit had been killing those responsible for her mother's death.
In the dense fog of the seashore, dead corpses lie in a row on a small motorboat. Sung-hye who is studying abroad returns to Korea suddenly but then keeps silent. Jang Chung-han, her fiancee, goes to Minister Pak Chul-hwan for advice regarding Sung-hye's depression. At this time, a woman's body is discovered at the public cemetery for foreigners with Dracula's teeth marks on her.
Sung-min and Do-hi love each other. So Sung-min lures his wife Hye-ryun to a riverside and drowns her. Afterwards, he disguises her death as an accidental fall in their garden. But his wife's body is nowhere to be found and there are signs that she is alive. Sung-min and Do-hi tremble with fear. Sung-min shakes with guilt. On the day his wife is predicted to return, Sung-min falls into a pond and dies. Hye-ryun had caught onto Sung-min's wicked plans of murder. Using Do-hi, Hye-ryun was able to entrap Sung-min. Hye-ryun gets rid of Do-hi as well and tries to escape to America but the tenacious chase of Detective Ha blocks her path.
Kim Hae-suk and her friends run away from their homes and come to Seoul. There, they find men to support them but soon abandon them once they find jobs. They soon marry other people. During her honeymoon, two women are killed by a psychotic killer. Hae-suk knows that the body is being kept in preservative liquids in the criminology laboratory. But she finds out that the body is missing from the lab. The heart from the body which is in a separate container begins to pump and the evil hands reach towards Hae-suk.
Princess Geumsung desires after General Kim Mu-young and plots to destroy his family. She buys off his house servant and charges his wife Bo-ok of debauchery and drives her out. She also poisons his two children, Jin-young and Jin-sik. Bo-ok, who has lost everything, becomes a fox and starts taking vengeance. Once she has had her revenge, she dies in the arms of her beloved husband. General Kim realizes his foolishness and enters mountains with his wife's body.
Peter has a dream job. He’s a popular magician in a posh Prague nightclub, whose act draws more applause than the strippers. He’s got an eye-catching assistant who is ready and willing to cuddle his frayed nerves whenever necessary. But he’s also got Sylvia on his neck: a pert, scatterbrained sister who forgets that a toss in the hay may just be worth a wedding ring. Things take a turn for the better – or worse? – when he discovers he possesses extra - let’s say, supernatural – powers that enable him to see into the future, hear music by rubbing his finger over a CD, and God knows what. The problem? Peter can’t control anything any more like he used to – neither his magic act, nor his love life, nor his sister’s latest erotic fantasy.
A man receives the news of Dr. Go's death, one of his respectable seniors, and rushes to the mountain villa where Go has lived. There he finds Go has become a murder ghost because of a virgin ghost's spell. The virgin ghost is the soul of a woman who died because of Go. Maid Ok-sun comes under threat of death by ghost Go. He who has loved the good-natured maid Ok-sun saves her from being killed after a die-hard battle with ghost Go.
James Mistoll, one of the owners of a factory working on a process to turn copper ore into radium, falls from a window in the fourth floor and is dead. But it soon transpires that this was no accident, but murder. A case for the famous detective Max Landa, who begins to investigate the case. He sends his assistant Barnes into the company and soon the number of suspects multiplies...
Yejiang / The Nightman Cometh features a cast of strange figures who slip between historical eras. Strewn with symbols of past and future, civilisation and wilderness, dream and reality, the work is laden with filmic, artistic and literary meanings but surrenders to none. An ancient warrior is seen wounded and forlorn after battle, in conflict about his path in life. Yang dramatises the clash between the hero's social role or 'mask', and the more authentic face of his instincts and aspirations. For Yang, the visible world presented in this work is not an objective one but rather the externalisation of internal sentiments.
When a mysterious incident nearly claims the life of a beautiful actress during rehearsals for her upcoming play, everyone deduces that her ambitious understudy, Elizabeth (Mellara Gold), is the guilty party. But when Elizabeth discovers that she's become the object of a secret admirer's obsession, she begins to suspect that the murder attempt was a twisted effort to win her heart. Eric Gibson directs this erotic mystery.
The movie is part of the Kindaichi TV movie series. Kindaichi is played by actor Goro Inagaki. The character's grandfather began with the written word. Kousuke Kindaichi started life in the novels of Seishi Yokomizo, written and set in post-war Japan. Inspired by Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie, Kindaichi is still very much a unique character, giving the Japanese their very own literary hero-detective. Young Hajime Kindaichi is a young man with bad dandruff and worse dress-sense (decades before Columbo), who wears a trademark, scruffy sunhat. He also happens to be better than the police at deductive reasoning. Having gained publicity for solving a high-profile murder case, the detectives allow him to work with them again. This story is slimmer than the twisty plots of Inugami and Village, but is graced by the presence of Chiaki Kuriyama (Battle Royale, Kill Bill Vol. 1, The Great Yokai War) in the title role.