Tyler Yahne's Slash >

An existential slasher comedy about a couple who checks into a Michigan hotel visited by a serial killing maniac who attacks New Jersey residents there each year.

Illogically Sane >

Four friends work on film production in the method that has never been done before. But when they all have different goals, how could the film be made? Gila Jiwa crosses diverse genres of horror, action, comedy, and musical.

The Cabinet of Francis >

On Jihwan’s journey for his next novel, he encounters Hansung, his old friend and novel writer. Jihwan followed Hansung into a strange valley only to fail to catch Hansung, a place where he came across a black covered note. Jihwan refers the novel and mimic one. After that, revealing intricate connection between Hansung and Jihwan.

Blood Pact 1990 >

Mexican horror / thriller involves cockfighting and a cursed rooster. And no, I'm not joking.

Demon of Gonggo Gulf 1988 >

Sonya, a demonic fighter who has many magical skills, has defeated many martial arts experts and raped many women. He even murders his own eldest child to fulfill his promise to his teacher. Then he ambushes the princess of Adipati Jepara and takes her hostage to a haunted place.

BoF >

Optical printing brings to life the Bride of Frankenstein - from the BFI London Film Festival 2016 programme

Room 511 >

When two men go on a road trip and stay at a room known for wild parties, they encounter two beautiful women and find everything is not what it seems. Every attempt to leave seems stalled and they find the day may never end.

A Charming Killer >

Taking place from the 1940's to the 1980's, Theodore Robert Bundy, also known as Ted Bundy, goes on a cross country killing spree, killing several young girls and women. During this time, he attends college, falls in love, discovers the truth about his parentage, and gets a job at the Seattle Suicide Hotline Crisis Center where he meets and works along side former police officer and aspiring true crime writer Ann Rule. Ted and Ann soon become friends and even though she is a former police officer she works along side the task force on the unsolved murders and unsolved missing person cases, unaware that her friend Ted is the one responsible for the crimes. No one Ted knows thinks he could be responsible for the crimes but when he is arrested the first time, everyone he knows wonders if he is responsible for the crimes.

The Only House in Town 1970 >

Based on Ed's book, The Only House, was thought to be just an alternate version of Necromania, which is also based on the book. This has proven to be untrue, although it appears to have been unfinished. According to Rudolph Grey: "Wood evidently began as director but was replaced by producer-cameraman Saul Resnick. In his resume, Wood tales screenplay credit. Uschi Digard did not remember shooting this 1970 1-day wonder, although she has extensive dialogue."

Hung Jury 1994 >

Two unsuspecting actresses are hired for what they believe to be a Murder Mystery Weekend on a secluded island, only to learn that the murders are all too real! Each of the unwary victims has been lured to the island so that an unknown killer can eliminate them one by one until one helpless victim finds herself literally nailed to the wall! Who is the killer and who are his victims?

Tell Gordon Hello >

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