Well, this shit is pretty straightforward: a s-t-t-t-uttering kid with shit over his face rants about the fun and profit of grave robbing while manhandling a human skull. At the end he also says that there'll be another part of the video, but doesn't look like it's surfaced anywhere, if it was ever made.
Cast ashore on a desert island after a fierce ocean storm, fifteen school boys find their lives changed forever. Who cut the lines that sent their ship to sea with no captain or crew? Why are pirates after the boys' new-found friend? Will they ever get home again? The excitement unfolds in scene after thrilling scene.
Immortal Warriors is a Taiwanese Martial Arts movie.
An indoor garden institution where people can apply to go on holidays from their everyday life.
Third and final film in the Zorro-like series, following El Latigo / "The Whip" (1978) and El látigo contra Satanás / "The Whip vs. Satan" (1979).
The story begins when Tien Tien is about to be born. Her father was fighting the demon who has stolen lots of children. Her mother is killed and her father has taken up the fight. Years later, trying, now an adolescent, Tien Tien and her grandfather battle the demon and try to free her still, demon-possessed father.
A girl tragically consumes a full vial of LSD and quickly succumbs to a bizarre fantasy world, with strange beings and a magical obelisk that might be her portal home.
A group of characters pursue a sacred martial arts text known as the Virgin Sword Book so they can master this most powerful of techniques.
Its New Year and Yu, Mai and Pelsha get together to celebrate and reminisce over the magical adventures in their respective TV series. "Their three other selves", the alter egos Creamy Mami, Magical Emi and Fairy Pelsha, join them for a sparkling musical final.
A story about the boys and their life during the WWII. Based on Lev Kassil book.
The pioneers fight for the ivory egret , the great shooter trophy .
A group of children are trying to organize a pioneers detachment.
Emperor Kun-Ryung of the Ching Dynasty torments the Chosun people. For no reason, a young girl Pak Ouk-hwa, father was murdered by the emperor's guard Oh Kol-ma, and nearly beats her to death. She decides to learn martial arts from the great Buddhist priest Wun-su. She's determined to protect weak women with her martial arts. Ouk-hwa takes on the name of 'Butterfly of Ching' and goes to Ching. Afterwards, the numerous Chosun women suffering at the hands of Ching unite around Ouk-hwa. Ouk-hwa and her gang of women rebel against and fight the vicious Oh Kol-ma. One by one, the women succumb to him, but Ouk-hwa fights to the end and destroys them all. She returns to Chosun victorious.
A caboclo's soul wanders through purgatory (or hell), visiting many places until he boards a ship whose destination is unknown.
Following her husband Arthur's mysterious death, Rachel Baxley packs up her life as a State Department wife in Hong Kong and boards a freighter along with her husband's casket bound for the U.S. She begins to regret this decision when she meets one of the crew members, a handsome rogue named Jake Fontaine - who has smuggled his liquor above in Arthur's coffin! Suddenly, a typhoon hits and the freighter breaks apart. Marooned on a desert island with Jake they fall in love. Shortly thereafter, Jake comes to suspect that Rachel's "late" husband Arthur might not be dead at all. Rachel is stunned when Arthur arrives on the island with his heroin smuggling partners. In the ensuing chaos, Jake overcomes each of the smugglers and heroically rescues his new love, Rachel.
A long time ago, in a medieval world, Aegeus, son of Lord Theron, is forced to hide in the forest after the murder of his parents for political reasons. He meets there a young woman, Asteria, who decides to follow him on his journey.
Student Jiro Shutendo is unaware that he has mystical powers which could lead mankind to heaven or hell.