After being attacked by a rapist and getting stabbed before killing her attacker, a young woman is accused of being a ghost.
A genetically enhanced man shark, created by less than brilliant scientist, causes death and destruction wherever it decides to go... Oh, and the shark wields a chainsaw!
Set in the near future, “Dragon” envisions a society radically changed as a result of discovering ancient organic lifeforms drifting through the cosmos, whose alien biochemistry has been processed to create a hugely profitable drug that acts as an “opiate of the masses.” The film follows a captain and her crew as they hunt these “dragons” in deep space, seeking to secure a comfortable future.
For this 17th Anniversary Special, Inagaki Goro is our host once again for 6 spooky tales based on tales from real people and performed here by an all-star cast. A young man trying to become a hairstylist finds the run-down apartment he's in may have a troubled past; A new nurse finds work with an old hospital where her young patient moves a coin around pointing to who will die next; clumsy businessman finds his clumsiness being transmitted to others when he's given a cursed votive tablet; several high school girls visit a friend at the hospital only to find "something" may have gotten on the elevator with them; a pond out in the country sends a strange call out to a man on vacation with his family and finally a young woman having difficulty at her job worries she's seeing images of her dead father everywhere...
Christians Betsy and Tim grapple with demons who have possessed a pair of young brothers. Based on the novel by Jim Grant.
This video contains the short film Blood Countess with soundtrack by Foetus Inc., followed by music videos by gothic groups Requiem in White and The Shroud.
China is an upcoming Tamil drama film written and directed by Harshavardhana and produced by Arjun Sablok.
Tell Gordon Hello was spawned off of Morgan Rodner's love of two things: film and comics. During a writer's block that all artists come across at some point in their lifetime, Rodner met Paul Louis Harrell while directing another short film. Rodner soon discovered that Harrell had a pastime of playing the Joker on Hollywood Blvd for tips which was the catalyst that put the wheels into motion for Tell Gordon Hello. - Written by Morgan Rodner
Three girls, who have psychic powers, found a justice supporting group called the “Gakuen Choujotai” (Academy Super Girl Team). Psychokinesist Yumi, telepathist O-Kei, and Mai, who has superhuman strength. However, they are still inexperienced in using these powers. Meanwhile, a suspicious organization, the “Psychic Power Research Society” secretly works on a method to control the students` minds. The time has come for the Academy Super Girl Team.
Early Todd Sheets Vampire Short
Eddie, the grave digger, is haunted by the ghosts appearing on the walls in his home. the ghosts want revenge. Eddie didn't bury them well. So they tease, follow and scare him to death.
It's summer. A group of teenagers decide to go on a camping trip. They drive far up in the country until they find a small place were they rent canoe's for a cheap price. The group paddle for a long time before they find the perfect island to set up camp on. They have sex, do drugs and drink alcohol. But the next morning they notice that one of them has disappeared. They split up to go looking for her, but that proves to have horrifying consequences...
A children's bedtime story.
The story of some girls in Reform School in Hong Kong. One of them, Susan, is in love with a doctor, but her sister is pregnant with his child. Things get a little hairy, but after a while the girls break out of the school and then the real fun starts
Two sociopaths who go on a killing spree, are interrupted when a man accidentally runs over one of the psycho's legs, leaving him badly injured.
A nurse arrives at a small town to discover that the blood supply at the hospital is being raided by a small group of vampires.
A side project by Clive Nolan of Arena and Pendragon fame recorded on the stage.
This black-and-white nightmare gives Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale of the dark id a campy, gender-flipping treatment reminiscent of George Kuchar’s works. Quaffing some chemical homebrew in her personal laboratory (like everything here, a "set" created by black paint on white construction paper), this female Dr. J. soon discovers her wild side.