The Witches of Sappho Salon >

The movie begins thirty years in the past, where we see a young virgin being sacrificed at the hands of a witch named Tanith (played by Brigitte Eyes). We discover that the witches who run this salon (another female played by Elina Bellbrook and a male witch) must make this sacrifice every thirty years, but they must find a virgin who was born on a certain date at a certain time The movie jumps ahead 30 years, putting us in modern times – in which, as I'm sure you're aware, a virgin is very hard to find But one day stunning blonde Janet Fontaine (played by Elizabeth Grace) comes waltzing into the salon, and the witches finally have their prime candidate. Fortunately for Janet, she has a boyfriend (and a frustrated one, given the fact that Janet's a virgin!) who is looking out for her better interests. The question is: will he be able to unravel the mysteries of the salon before the witches seduce Janet into becoming their next victim?

Evil Spirit 1974 >

Once upon a time, since a head of a village is killed mysteriously, nobody wants to take that post. At that time Won-Seok whose wife is so beautiful voluntarily takes the post and makes efforts to solve the case. Since he doesn't believe in superstition, he firmly believes that the murder is committed by somebody not by an evil spirit. However outline of the murderer is not cleared while mysterious things happen one after another.

Habit 1982 >

An alcoholic falls in love with a woman who might be a vampire. Remade in 1995 by the same director.

Revenge of a Mother 1970 >

Bong-sam abandons his sick wife Sun-im and young son Gwi-dong for a rich widow named Yeon-wol. Sun-im dies and Gwi-dong is raised by Yeon-wol, who severely abuses young Gwi-dong. Sun-im's soul, which cannot leave this world, stays to protect her son. She asks Yeon-wol to be a good mother to Gwi-dong but Yeon-wol takes no heed, and her abuse continues. Sun-im kills Yeon-wol and asks a wandering monk to take in her son, then leaves for the other world.

Revenge of the Snake Woman 1970 >

Yong-nyeo, who was sacrificed for love and had lost her life, is reincarnated as a snake and takes the form of a woman. She seduces Ji-eon, the son-in-law of Aristocrat Shin, a man of power. They fall deeply in love and spend the night together. Meanwhile, Shin, who had caused Yong-nyeo's death is haunted by strange accidents. Shin is eventually killed by Yong-nyeo. Yong-nyeo, with the karma of having killed, cannot stay in this world and leaves for the other together with her love Ji-eon.

Mark of Kane >

An inhuman traveler sets out to kill the entire population of a small, desolate town over the course of a single night.

Beneath the Skin 1981 >

"Relating a tale told by a girl on a swing, Beneath the Skin explores the contrast between the impersonal horror of a news story heard on television and the involvement of the storyteller in a nightmare, which gradually becomes more familiar and commonplace as the tale unfolds. The straightforward approach of the teller is humorously or frighteningly contrasted by a bombardment of visual images which mock or intensify the macabre flavor of the work."

L'ogre 1986 >

Dr. Paul Calmet is dead. His son Jean again feels the familiar feeling of anguish caused by his father; victim of this torture, he is carrying the virus of misfortune.

The Hut 1981 >

When Seong-min, the oldest son of Kang of Suri village, falls sick, he calls Ok-hwa, a shaman priestess. She performs a ritual and finds the calabash containing the spirit of Sam-dol who was the village hut guard. When the oldest daughter-in-law was dying from a disease, they took her to the hut to die. Sam-dol nursed her back to health and they became close. She even became pregnant with his baby which Kang found out. He punished them in secret. Ok-hwa avenges her father, Sam-dol's death by killing Kang. She becomes possessed by a real spirit and the bitterness of generations of women burn and she dances with their spirits.

Skyscraper Hunting 1991 >

The ASH (Abnormal Species Humanoid) first appeared in the beginning of the 1980s. They looked like humans, but they weren't. The ASH can be identified by a pulsating appendage on their back; it resembles an embossed root clutching the spine. These humanoid creatures have the power to destroy telepathically via a deadly impulse which hemorrhages brain cells. Their goal is to populate the planet via random sexual contact and then take control. There are special police units who fight the ASH. This top secret organization is called The Society For Environment Protection and its agents are called psychosists

The Bloody Curse 1987 >

High in the mountains of Northern Britain stands the haunted castle of Gortswill. In 1976 a young man killed two students and then walled up the bodies. And since then, eerie occurrences have happened at Gortswill. Will the dead find no rest? Part 1 of the Das Buch Der Blutigen Geschichten Trilogy

Gortswill: The Curse 1991 >

An explosions expert wants to end the curse by destorying the castle. Before the final explosive is placed he searches the castle for treasures, only to discover the Undead... Part 3 of the Das Buch Der Blutigen Geschichten Trilogy

Murderous Intent 1986 >

A former literature professor, who lost his career when he had a child with one of his students, is beginning his first serious novel in years...a dark story of revenge and murder. While at the park one day with his daughter, he meets a strange man who helps the professor come to terms with his dark side and realize that his violent fantasies might not all be in his head.

Blutgeil 1993 >

Two vicious cops go after a group of junkies. It doesn't end well for them.

The Orbitrons 1990 >

An unsuspecting Earthling encounters visitors from a distant planet whose sexually charged society features dominant females and subservient males.

The Paper Round >

A psychological short horror that uncovers the gruesome reality behind a continuous cycle of events.

Tales of the Unknown 1990 >

Four supernatural horror tales with a surreal and humorous twist to nearly every one. In 'Jack Falls Down', Jack Clayton is an unscrupulous insurance agent who is confronted by Death (aka: the Grim Reaper) with an offer to take the life of a office co-worker, named Leslie, in exchange for his own life. In 'The Big Garage', a newish businessman, knowingly only as 'B' finds himself trapped in a living nightmare when his car breaks down in a small town and he finds himself in more or less a prison of a garage in his frantic quest to search for his car. In 'Living on Video' an average guy named Joe inexplicit ably finds his entire life in front of any video screen that he comes into contact with with his privacy robbed. In 'Warped', Elizabeth is a young woman who arrives to stay with her cousin Voyola and senile aunt after a stay in a mental hospital, only to realize that her relatives are even MORE deranged than she in their attempts to hide a long-hidden family secret.