The Upstairs Neighbour

The Upstairs Neighbour

Pulp novelist Eric lives in a bad neighborhood, and the guy upstairs annoys him with his noise. Gradually this escalates to pranksters phone calls and wire tapping which ticks off Eric's already unstable, nervous and paranoid personality.

ghūl

ghūl

A young vagabond seeks purpose in a lonely, seemingly endless existence.

Snowbud

Snowbud

A man who lives in a snowy forest struggles with his loneliness and isolation. His attempts to establish contact with the someone yield unexpected results.

Beat the Deva

Beat the Deva 1980

Using film noir, documentary, and animation, focuses on the offbeat artistic and spiritual theories of Russian composer, Alexander Scriabin. Show how a detective/filmmaker, attempting to cash in on the special effects of inner space, becomes obsessed with the idea that he has been chosen to compose Scriabin's "mystery" festival.

The Visitor

The Visitor

A young woman arrives at the home of her new husband's estranged family to find the children behaving in increasingly unnerving ways.

Sadegh the Kurd

Sadegh the Kurd 1972

Sadegh and his wife manage a tea house in the way between Ahvaz and Andimeshk south of Iran. One night in his absence a friend of him who is a truck driver comes to his place and the wife is getting killed. The police are after the murderer but Sadegh who seeks revenge begins to kill the truck drivers on the way. This put him in fronting the law.

Ninjas and Dragons

Ninjas and Dragons 1984

Japanese martial arts sensation Junya Takagi (student of the great Sonny Chiba), stars as a young Bushido Master who travels to China in search of clues to his father's murder. He discovers that the Ninjas were responsible for his death and now they have teamed up with the vagabonds and Mongols, and are planning a coup of the Chinese government. The young Busliido fighter forms an alliance with some top Kung Fu men to stop the coup and get revenge for his father in this rare Chinese/Japanese co-production.

Dancing Machine

Dancing Machine 1990

Students of the prestigious dance school are dying under mysterious circumstances. Inspector Michel Eparvier suggests that the cause of death for women is physical exhaustion for dance lessons as their teacher Wolf brings the girls to exhaustion, making them to practice the technique of movement over and over again.

The Haunting of Barney Palmer

The Haunting of Barney Palmer 1987

The Haunting of Barney Palmer is a fantasy film for children about a young boy who is haunted by his great uncle. Young Barney fears that he has inherited the Scholar family curse; a suite of 80s-era effects ramp up the supernatural suspense. The film was a co-production between PBS (United States) and Wellington's Gibson Group, which resulted in Ned Beatty (Deliverance, Network) being cast. It was written by Margaret Mahy, based on her Carnegie Award-winning novel The Haunting, and an early fruitful collaboration between her and director Yvonne Mackay.

Song Under the Moonlight

Song Under the Moonlight 1985

At the 10th year since King Yeon-San came to the throne, Suwon magistrate Yun Dong-Kyun dies a mysterious death. Lee Won-Seok leaves for Suwon as the next magistrate and his wife Kim remains at the home. Man-Dol, who has been admired her, tells a lie to her that her husband indulges himself in woman and it make her blind with avarice. Unreliable incidents continuously happen and one day, Lee Won-Seok is murdered. Man-Dol is turned out to be the murderer and on the day when a prize gate for exemplary woman is bestowed on Kim, a thunder falls on the gate.