A Christmas special of extraordinary beauty. One hour of magnificent staging, costumes, and music. Featuring Miss Velma Jaggers--famous the world over for her beautiful dramas and called by fashion designers one of the twelve best dressed women in American. Accompanied by the Statesmen Quartet and the Miss Velma Singers and Musicians. This is the rare and highly beloved complete recording of Miss Velma's holiday spectacular, Christmas in America. Now, presented in amazing low definition, digitally remastered from archival VHS. This is the actual, legendary, one-of-a-kind Christmas cantata extravaganza originally performed and broadcast from the Universal World Church in Los Angeles, California. —Universal World Church
Alex is annoyed when he loses out on being picked as class president. When visiting a local antique shop he finds a magic lamp, with three singing Genies, who grant him three magical wishes.
Nobita and friends engage in an all out robot war in this unofficial installment of the Doraemon series.
Modern action-packed movie with some fantasy elements featuring Alex Lo Rei.
After the success of Tuyul, the same main cast returned for this first sequel. Sol Soleh wanders into a cave filled with small statues of tuyuls (childlike ghost similar to goblin or imp) and brings two home. One of them, the humble Darto, comes to life and makes Soleh rich overnight. Things get out of control soon after Darto requests a companion and then a female tuyul.
In this second sequel to the popular Tuyul, the head Tuyul is angry as one of their members died (as seen in the previous film). Therefore, he sends the black imp and white imp for revenge and they end up at the wrong house causing many problems for home owner Bokir.
When they're not romancing their girls, the Warkop comedy trio forms a team to help people in need, which includes solving a child kidnapping case and finding themselves facing off against ghosts and the kuntilanak (the Indonesian version of a banshee).
This intriguing audio-visual piece was created by Mike Batt in 1982. It was the first thing Batt ever directed (co-directing with John Eastway). The designs and "animations" were all part of the original concept, conceived and designed and by MB during his 1981 Pacific crossing from Los Angeles to Sydney aboard his boat, Braemar. The story is about a young man called Number 17 (Ralph to his friends) - played by Batt. Set in the distant future, or past, - the World in which Number 17 lives is one devoid of Love, which has being deliberately, genetically eradicated. Number 17, however, is a genetic throwback and falls in unrequited love with Number 36, a surgeon at the local correction centre for those afflicted with the disease of Love.
Snake Queen Nyi Blorong (a paranormal being) saves Basuki from the mob and makes him rich in the process, but instead of making offerings to her, which is his duty as her follower, he falls in love with another woman named Warsih. Warsih, on the other hand, is not at all interested in Basuki as she is in love with Kuncoro. Both Warsih and Kuncoro are suspicious of how Basuki became rich. Then they ask a psychic about Basuki. This makes Nyi Blorong even more furious. When she seeks advice from her “superior”, she is told to return to the “spirit” world she belongs to. But then, Ki Sanca, a psychic who has a vendetta against Nyi Blorong, tries to attack her.
A young boy Andrius learns a magic words which open a door to another world.
Mozzman takes a long journey to Mt. Fuji in search for his old friend Kitakitsune.
A foreign transfer student from the city arrives one day in a Japanese country town. Enchanted by his air of mystery, his classmates nickname him "Matasaburou the Wind Imp" after a local legend. Eventually they become friends and spend many days playing in the countryside. One windy day, Matasaburou returns to the city, leaving his classmates to speculate that he really was Matasaburou the Wind Imp and that he flew away on the wind.
Mak Lampir (Farida Pasha) continues his reign of terror, attempts to resurrect Nyai Kembang (Yurike Prastica) and Adolf Peter (Simon Cader) from the dead and puts the equally evil Mardian under the influence. Out hero Sembara (Fendy Pradana) must stop them and rescue his girl Farida (Ida Iasha), who they've kidnapped.
A one-handed warrior sets out to avenge his parents death and retrieve the mythical Whip of Fire and Wind, which has been stolen by bad guy Bagaspati.
Another Taiwan children's fantasy with ghosts starring Siu-Lau "Peach Boy" Lam.
Yasui is the president of a large company. After the war, he wandered into the world of evil spirits, where he obtained a hidden treasure "Geomancer's Eye". With the magical power of this treasure Yasui received enormous wealth. But the great miracles have a great price... A retelling of episode 37 from the 1971 TV anime.
A young telekinetic girl wonders the world in search of a home, all whilst being hunted by the forces that created her.
A young girl with special abilities after escaping from an asylum enters back into the chaotic reality around her, making unexpected allies along the way.
A wide-eyed doll salesman is mistaken for a bomb-wielding anarchist by the oppressive forces of the totalitarian state.